How to Make Wheat Noodles for KL Hokkien Mee

I did a near-identical broadcast on this a couple of years ago but made a couple of minor tweaks to the KL Hokkien Mee recipe this time around, so I’m re-sharing the recipes here. FYI the title of this broadcast originally made reference to homemade udon, but the ingredients are such a diversion from traditional udon that I’ve decided instead to » Read More

How to Make Rice Noodles (for Vietnamese Banh Cuon)

I didn't set out to make Vietnamese Banh Cuon but I was hoping to test out different rice noodle recipes in this broadcast to see how they turned out texturally with different ratios of tapioca flour to rice flour in the batter. As it turned out, the one for Banh Cuon was my favourite, hence the title of this post. A third recipe called for a » Read More

How to Cook Chilli Scampi and Congee

I struggle with dead air when I’m doing a live cooking broadcast; it’s probably because I started out doing cooking demonstrations in front of live audiences where you’re EXPECTED to talk right through your presentation. When I run out of questions from my Twitch audience, I ramble. In this instance I talked about baby Noah and his time in the » Read More

How to Make Baked Asian Cheese Tarts

#TelstraFail Season 2 Episode 4 (Final) - after two days of back-and-forths with Netgear, the manufacturer of the modem connected to my Telstra service, I was told that it was definitely a faulty modem. Good news was that Netgear said they would replace it; bad news was that I had to go through Telstra. Hell would have to freeze over before I » Read More

How to Make Fish Head Noodles and Crispy Skin Chicken

Well, some light relief after all that #TelstraFail saga; this was the Battle of the Bots episode. If you engage with me on the Chat at Twitch, you might have noticed a third party bot (ie. automated software) called RevloBot that intermittently posts links for people to check out how many points they have acquired based on their view » Read More

How to Make Cassava Cake and Fried Bananas

#TelstraFail Season 2, Episode 3 So right after my  6-dropout broadcast, I called the Westfield Miranda Telstra store where I’d signed up for the service days earlier.  Explained the symptoms to the woman on the phone, who responded - no worries, just bring it back in we can run some tests on it here since you signed up less than 30 » Read More

How to Make Laksa Paste and Rendang Curry Paste

#TelstraFail - Season 2, Episode 2 In Episode 1 of Season 2, I signed up for a new Telstra service because of my burgeoning need for more livestreaming data. Since then, my connection has dropped out mid-stream each time I’ve connected to the Netgear Nighthawk M1 modem that comes with it. In the Live Asian Kitchen preceding this one, I wanted » Read More

How to Cook Stingray Curry and Stuffed Eggplant

Before this “high priestess of Malaysian cuisine” gig, I was a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Cisco Certified Network Administrator and a Certified Novell (“que?” - ask the millennials) Administrator. So far, the cause of the mid-stream dropout during my last broadcast could be any one of the following - faulty modem, faulty sim card, or » Read More

How to Make Curry Puffs (Air Fryer)

AKA #TelstraFail - Season 2, Episode 1 (Season 1 ended with a call from Telstra’s CEO’s team per updated on this blog post >> My Case Against Telstra — a third world service run by first class bullies A cautionary tale - when you sign up for a new Telstra service, don’t be fooled by the world-class reception you get at the Telstra store » Read More

#HelpWyatt – Final Update and Winners Announcement

Congratulations to everyone who rallied to help Wyatt's family cover his medical expenses; I am touched beyond measure by your show of generosity. My original target was $500; we've managed to raise AUD$1405.89 through book sales and personal donations (after processing fees and postage costs), AND separately raised USD$545.00 on Wyatt's GoFundMe » Read More