Cinnamon Rolls

Unlike back home in North America, cinnamon rolls are not a common thing to find in Australia – it’s actually near impossible and the only way to have it is to make it yourself (or go to Brisbane). I’ve made this recipe a few times in an attempt to recreate the ones at Cinnabon. It’s not exactly alike, but it’s pretty close! The instructions are a bit lengthy but it’s not as difficult as it looks!… Continue reading →

Soft Ginger Cookies

These soft ginger cookies are perfect for the festive season. I’m currently doing relief work at 3 different clinics in the northern regions of Melbourne and not to toot my own horn, but these cookies have been a big hit at all three clinics over the past week. They’re pretty easy to make and you end up with a lot of cookies in one batch – warning, they do require quite a bit of sugar in the recipe but who’s actually counting calories through this season? … Continue reading →

Tips, Tricks & Substitutes

Here are a few helpful tips and tricks I always find myself using. I’ll keep updating this page as I find more useful tips for cooking! Substitutions Brown Sugar Light brown sugar: 1 Tbsp molasses + 1 cup white sugar Dark brown sugar: 2 Tbsps molasses + 1 cup white sugar Buttermilk 1 cup milk… Continue reading →

Cheesy Kimchi Pancake

Yum. I love a good kimchi pancake, especially when there’s cheese! These pancakes are very quick and easy to make. They’re slightly crispy on the edges and soft on the inside laced with cheese.… Continue reading →

Flavour Bomb Beef

This dish is a flavour BOMB. The beef tenderloin is marinated in a sweet dark sauce then seared on a hot pan for a caramelized outside and soft melt-in-your-mouth rare beef on the inside. The bold salty flavours of the beef is best paired with the pickled red onions and dipping sauce (also included in this recipe).… Continue reading →


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