With Food Revolution Day Singapore around the corner, this blog is honored to have Jacob Leong from Cook Snap Eat Love write a guest post and share with my wonderful readers his top 5 favorite recipes. Jacob and I were in the Food Revolution Day Singapore video together and he is such a wonderful cook that I just had to invite him to share some of his wonderful kitchen creations here. Enjoy reading. -MB
Hi everyone! I am Jacob from Cook Snap Eat Love, and I am really happy for the opportunity to do a guest post on The Moonberry Blog! I’m going to share 5 of my favorite recipes today, I hope you’ll like them, and maybe try making them on your own!
|1. Hanjuku Tamago a.k.a Ramen Eggs|
I really love these eggs with my Ramen, but sadly there are many crappy ramen joints out there serving up hard boiled eggs in their place. Surprisingly, these little beauties aren’t difficult to make at all!
|2. Lobster Bisque|
I love lobster bisque for its luxurious and velvety feel, a beautiful crustacean aroma fills the kitchen when you cook it. This is a rather traditional recipe, and might have quite a number of steps to it, but it’s every bit worth it.
|3. Ratatouille a la Remy|
This isn’t a traditional ratatouille, but a dish specially created by Chef Thomas Keller for the movie Ratatouille. Zucchinis and Eggplants are my favorite vegetables, and I enjoy the dish pretty presentation or not.
|4. The Ispahan|
Pierre Herme’s Ispahan is a culinary masterpiece, I do hope my feeble attempt at this recipe is close. This beautiful dessert exudes elegance, the flavours of rose, lychee and raspberries married beautifully into one pastry masterpiece.
|5. Red Ruby, Tim Tab Grob|
Red ruby, is a popular Thai dessert sold locally, they aren’t too difficult to make at home either, great especially when you are hosting a Thai styled dinner party at home!
Well that’s all about for my 5 favorite recipes, try them out sometime and let me know what you think!
Jacob Leong is the camera and knife behind www.cooksnapeatlove.com. A passionate amateur photographer and home chef, always on the lookout for good food and recipes. I would love to know what you think about my recipes or restaurant experiences, or even if it was for a good chat, drop by my Facebook page or look me up on Twitter!
If you are a foodie like me, please join me in standing up for real food!
Food Revolution Day on 19 May is a chance for people who love food to come together to share information, talents and resources; to pass on their knowledge and highlight the world’s food issues. All around the globe, people will work together to make a difference. Food Revolution Day is about connecting with your community through events at schools, restaurants, local businesses, dinner parties and farmers’ markets. We want to inspire change in people’s food habits and to promote the mission for better food and education f/r everyone.