Saturday, 27 November 2010

Seminar at Taylor's Uni

we all love chawanmushi

few hours before catching an hour sleep and head for the airport at bloody 4 a.m

then as soon as I got home, I was all prepared for taylor's U workshop

My favourite people, Thank You Puan Siti and Chef Sharizan for inviting me :)

48 hours... Taichung

catch me in the evening news... all for the good reason of course.

the gentleman and their bags of chocolate and butter

My International Sales Director borrowed some jacket and helped in the kitchen.

The culinary student that participated in the seminar

I stayed at Howard prince hotel and living my life  one insanity at a time,this is among the most hectic I had ever done but the result of the demo was good.I am pretty much happy being in Taiwan's   third largest city
to let people  know  that sous vide is the way to go.
Finally I get to upload some pictures!! yee haa!

Thursday, 18 November 2010


My pictures failed to be uploaded, I don't know what is the issue but I am definitely UPSET

In Tapas we trust

I am a bloody fussy eater, and I seldom give any food recommendations, therefore mine is never bias and i never get paid for any review made.

all of you are amazing!
only two pictures for now because the blogger computer server said no to the rest of the gorgeous pictures... so, screw you  computer server!

This place belongs to a friend in Hong kong and don't judge a book by it's cover , usually when you grab a quick bite at your local supermarket, it is always ugly.the other day I had a butter bread a soft bun filled with ridicilous amount of butter cream at Supermarket X , so this experience being taken to A Tapas bar in a posh supermarket, is something I found a bit..hmmm how should I say scary? no!! I trust this guy , as a veteran in the industry himself will serve us magical food.
But my past experience(you know, just like my relationship with the opposite gender)I am always in doubt and fear to be in such a circle of commitment, and this time my commitment to sit on a red bar stool for hours with the presence of my big bosses without saying... "I hate this place"!.

Greg the friend proved me wrong, I enjoy the entire experience, food, companion and the moment of just being THERE.

I would like to say Thanks to Greg and his partner for awesome food.My favorite has got to be the Seafood Soup, Gazpacho , The skewered chicken that is so, so delicious, the meatballs (made of wagyu?) andtortilla espanola.People  of all walks of life pop by  this  place where your server  are more than happy to  suggest you food , where ladies , boys, families and  those cute loving couples pop by to share bites, talk and giggle, even with people on the next seat.

if you are ever in Hong Kong, pop by the place with bright red bar stools you won't miss it at the entrance of Great Food Hall at The Pacific Place.Estudio Iberico is where you should be.

Sunday, 14 November 2010

To be continued...

Of my  first few days in Hong Kong.No , not a holiday this is my life as an Orved chef.More pictures to come after my Sunday brunch. , see you later :)

Seoul searcher

My days in Seoul past by so  fast, I said to my mum that i won't be happy to go back there.I mfind that Seoul is always busy  and people are always running, the traffic are like snails always caught in a congestion.
but having friends like Genie and Paolo makes it all alright .Thank you seoul1 you always surprise me with your  fun people and crazy traffic.I enjoyed my work in Seoul very much. 

I recommend:Ritz Carlton and eating at Paolo De Maria, while there say hi to his beautiful Mrs Genie-my friend.