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  • Miss Jane’s Quince Paste Recipe

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    Posted on May 19 2017

    Miss Jane’s Quince Paste Recipe
    For those of you who haven’t heard of quince paste – as the name suggests – is made from quince fruit, an intensely aromatic, old-fashioned, edible gift from Mother Nature. By definition, “quince is the sole member of the genus Cydonia in the family Rosaceae. It is a small deciduous tree that bea...

  • Vietnamese Iced coffee Recipe (Cafe Sua Da)

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    Posted on April 19 2017

    Vietnamese Iced coffee Recipe (Cafe Sua Da)
    The Vietnamese word for coffee is ‘cà phê’, which comes from the French word ‘café’. The French colonists introduced drinking coffee in Vietnam in the late 19th century. Because fresh milk was not available these days the French and Vietnamese drunk their coffee with sweetened condensed milk fro...

  • Miss Jane’s Chicken Karaage Udon (Japanese Soup)

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    Posted on February 27 2017

    Miss Jane’s Chicken Karaage Udon (Japanese Soup)
    This recipe was contributed by Miss Jane, of Melbourne. We have personally tried this recipe ourselves and can proudly attest that it deserves a 5-star rating! It is, indeed,  a hearty, healthy, and delicious dish that can be eaten on its own or served as a side dish. Are you a fan of noodle sou...

  • Mushroom Tofu Sisig

    Katya Bowd

    Posted on February 03 2017

    Mushroom Tofu Sisig
    What is sisig? “Sisig” is a Filipino term that means “to snack on something sour.” It originated in the 1970’s through an ethnic group called Kapampangans. The dish mainly consists of boiled pig’s head and ears, then chopped up and fried to a crisp with vinegar, soy sauce, salt, pepper, onions, ...

  • Miss Jane’s Vegetable Soup Delish

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    Posted on January 30 2017

    Miss Jane’s Vegetable Soup Delish
    This vegetable soup recipe was contributed by Miss Jane, of Melbourne. We have personally tried this recipe ourselves and can proudly attest that it deserves a 5-star rating! It is, indeed,  a hearty, healthy, and delicious dish that can be eaten on its own or served as a side dish. You will nee...