Cantonese Congee


My husband likes congee very much, but I don’t because I think congee/porridge is for ill people.  Last week we had hotpot with our family with some crab leftover so we decided to use it to make congee.

My mum makes porridge, instead of congee in cantonese style.  So I only know how to make porridge, which is too thick and not smooth enough as congee.  And my husband doesn’t like porridge.  His sister shared with me the method Continue reading


How to make Fabric Covered Button

IMG_6400aHello there!!  So here we go — our first craft tutorial blog post! 😀

To start off our tutorial blog section, I am gonna go for something really easy, and something you can actually use (well yes… I am more of a “realistic” person and enjoy more working on something use-able). We are going to make some fabric covered buttons!

Fabric covered button is super useful.  By using it as it is, you can customize your garments.  And with some creativity, it can be used to make a vast variety of accessories.  Earrings, cufflinks, bobby pins etc.  And most importantly, once you’ve got all supplies ready, it is unbelievably easy to make your own fabric covered button – it just takes like 10 seconds to make one!

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