My answer: Hmm... There isn't a theme. I cook the things I like to eat and the things I want to try.
Question: What is your blog about?
Yes, there are many people who blog about food. And I blog about food and cooking because it has a special meaning to me.
My family started humble with little food to eat. I remember my mum told us that they had to fork out the last few coins to feed the family because we were very poor then. At that time, the coins managed to only get three steamed cupcakes (if you noticed, steamed cupcakes is one of the earlier posts on my blog) to feed a family of five. Since, my parents worked very hard to feed the family and slowly our family began to live more comfortably. Because my parents had to work, I started to help out in the kitchen at a young age. I am blessed that my mum is a good cook so I learnt to love cooking and baking. Over the years, I built on my cooking repertoires through culinary classes, cook books and research over the internet. My family and friends are my great supporters of my trials. Even though some of my experiments failed terribly, they have been very encouraging. I got to understand the phrase that food binds people together and often I like to invite family and friends over for dinner and sometimes bring baked goodies to friends and colleagues.
So what is my blog about?
My answer: It is about cooking for love. I hope I can inspire you (everyone) to cook at home. To cook for the ones you care and love and to enjoy the goodness of home-cooked meals together.
This recipe is requested by a friend. She has a beautiful family and three wonderful children. I am sure she has asked for this recipe to cook a nice meal for her family. This sauce is good for any pasta. I had it with fresh linguine and ravioli too. Once my hubby and I invited my brother-in-law over for dinner, (Yes, we like to host and have been inviting people for dinner on weekends) he was obsessed with this pasta sauce and had been requesting for us to cook it again and again.
Recipe (Serves 4-6)
100g Bacon, thinly sliced
100g Frozen Green Peas
3 Garlic cloves, chopped
2 Shallots, chopped
4 tbsp Unsalted Butter
2 cups Heavy cream
1 cup Parmesan Cheese, grated
Pinch of Nutmeg
Salt and Pepper to taste
200g Cooked Pasta
In a large pan, heat heat on medium and cook garlic and shallots.
Add in bacon and fry till bacon turns light brown.
Add in heavy cream. Cook on medium high heat till cream reduce to 2/3 of the original the amount.
Add in nutmeg, peas, salt and pepper. Cook for a couple of minutes.
Remove from heat and stir in Parmesan cheese.
Toss with cooked pasta.
Enjoy! And do enjoy cooking, yea? Yes, I know cooking takes time. But if you do not spend time cooking for your love ones, who will?