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Report: SHOP-COOK-EAT Session #2 – Vietnamese Favourites with The Yeow Family

Report: SHOP-COOK-EAT Session #2 – Vietnamese Favourites with The Yeow Family

Leading up to this SCE, we had a lot of Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup as Teena tried to perfect what  we as a family thought was already pretty good. We went through a tonne of chicken frames. When it comes to food, that’s the way Teena rolls. By […]

The Tragedy of Lost Recipes

The Tragedy of Lost Recipes

Teena and I were having a chat the other day about cooking know-how lost between generations in families. We’ve spoken to countless others from ethnic Asian backgrounds who aren’t able to cook their families’ traditional dishes despite of wanting to and having parents who were wonderful […]

10 Must-Haves of The Yeow Family Pantry

10 Must-Haves of The Yeow Family Pantry

One of my greatest passions in life is to experiment in the kitchen. Because of this, the make up of stuff in my pantry changes frequently. That said, there are some mainstays. Casper asked me to provide him with a list of Yeow pantry ‘permanent […]

Our Week-long Wedding

Our Week-long Wedding

Teena and I will soon celebrate our 18th wedding anniversary. The beginning of this union was somewhat different to what you’d typically expect.  Would you believe that it took us seven days to complete formalities?!  Here’s what happened. Yeow Family; Poh Ling Yeow Day 1 (Tuesday) – The […]

Where’s the food in the food blog Yeow Family?

Where’s the food in the food blog Yeow Family?

Those of you who have been following Fooding with The Yeows may be wondering, “For a food blog, there’s not a whole of food so far.” So, where’s the food in this here food blog, Yeow family?  Fair question! So, I figured I’d post something up […]

Bye Bye Vietnam- Longest 17 days of my life

Bye Bye Vietnam- Longest 17 days of my life

30th of April 1975 marked the fall of Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City) to the Communist North. As a part of the ‘transition’ they seized what property my father had. In 1978, wanting a better future for our family, my parents decided to leave Vietnam. […]