Burrata is one of my favourite cheeses in the world. For those unfamiliar with it, it's basically soft-centred mozzarella, and it is amazing. I've joked in the past about how my cooking style is just throwing burrata on top of things and hoping for the best, but this is one combination that really legitimately works. It's also comically simple - the brevity of the ingredient list is borderline embarrassing.
I seem drawn to foods that bring me back to my childhood lately. This soup is one of them. I have this one oddly distinct and very comforting memory of eating homemade tomato soup with buttered white toast in the kitchen of our flat in Tai Tam, Hong Kong, when I was about 5. In … Continue reading Slow Roasted Tomato & Garlic Soup
By popular demand (popular here being maybe 5 people in my instagram DMs) I've resolved to start posting my recipes on my blog.Cooking is obviously a great passion of mine, but I've been somewhat resistant to doing this - partly because my methods are a little slap-dash and improvisational. I tend to take my inspiration … Continue reading Introducing Recipes: Wild Mushroom Farro Risotto