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Jeff Siow
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I love to cook, grow plants and fish, not necessarily in that order.
I love to cook, grow plants and fish, not necessarily in that order.

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Siew Yoke - Roast Pork Chinese Style
~ Homemade roast that is simple to make and taste heavenly - crispy crackling on the outside and juicy and tender inside. There are only two ingredients required to make this delicious roast, apart from the meat itself ~ just salt and Chinese Five Spice pow...

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Lo Mai Gai - Steamed Chicken and Mushroom with Sticky Rice
~ Another traditional treat that is still popular in many Asian cities and in most food prescient around these cities. Often served as part of a Dim Sum or Yum Cha depending on what part of Asian you are in. It should be consumed in moderation since Gluteno...

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Juicy Lo Mai Gai ( Steamed Chicken with Mushroom and Sticky Rice)
- Made this yesterday, and it was a hit with the kids :)
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Wu Tao Go - Savoury Yam Slice
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Wu Tao Go - Savoury Yam Slice
~ One of my all time favourites, this dish is easy to make and goes a long way.  This street food is commonly sold by street vendors along with other traditional sweets. Often eat at breakfast or as a snack for morning tea, the Yam slice also goes well with...

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Golden Dandelion at dusk... in the Australian bush
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Golden Dandelion at dusk... in the Australian bush
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The Osaka castle... an imposing structure that must seemed impossible to conquer by any would-be attackers. But yet, I can almost see ninjas scaling it's stone foundations so many centuries ago... Osaka, Japan (July 2015) 
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The Osaka castle... an imposing structure that must seemed impossible to conquer by any would-be attackers. But yet, I can almost see ninjas scaling it's stone foundations so many centuries ago... Osaka, Japan (July 2015) 
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The Osaka castle... an imposing structure that must seemed impossible to conquer by any would-be attackers. But yet, I can almost see ninjas scaling it's stone foundations so many centuries ago... Osaka, Japan (July 2015) 
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