Update & My guest posts on Journey Kitchen & Ecurry

Hello friends from the land of down under! I have been quiet on this blog for a while now, due to some really good reasons, all food related!

First off, I re-worked on the concept of my monthly food column with the Vietnamese fashion DEP magazine and I am really pleased with the result. Below is the layout of my latest article on how to make kimchi and a recipe for kimchi potato pancake. Oh, and kimchi fried rice, too. I hope to write up the recipe in English to share with you in the coming days.

Layout for kimchi article 

Also, I have been honoured to write guest posts for two of my favourite blog friends, Kulsum of Journey Kitchen and Soma of Ecurry. These two blogs are absolutely wonderful, so please do check out!

My guest posts for these two ladies reflect what I love doing in autumn. The post on Journey kitchen involves a favourite autumn/winter fruit – quince. I have kept things simple by introducing the lovely poached quince with spices. This is how I love most about quince anyway. Here is the link for your viewing pleasure.

Poached quinces with spices

Cold weather also makes me crave for things like pie and stew. So I proceeded and made a rustic bitter greens and sucuk pie for eCurry. It was made from the freshest greens I could find. Together with cheeses and sucuk (Turkish spicy sausage), the filling was really wonderful . 

 That is for me now! I need to return to the kitchen and turn the attention to my Delicious Vietnam project ;). Wish me luck guys and see you soon!

13 Responses to Update & My guest posts on Journey Kitchen & Ecurry

  1. Tracey@Tangled Noodle says:

    Congratulations, Anh, on all these endeavors! I actually saw your post at eCurry's site – wonderful. Thanks for sharing your DEP magazine work! 8-)

  2. yasmeen says:

    congratulations! i love both blogs you've guest posted for, and the DEP magazine article is beautifully put together. onward with more wonderful things for you :)

  3. penny aka jeroxie says:

    Congras Anh! Those are beautiful dishes and they are lucky to have you.

  4. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    Congrats! Your work is stunning. I loved both guest posts.

  5. Allan says:

    your work is fab =). congratz!

  6. Yummies4Dummies says:

    Your pictures are beautiful! Congratulations on everthing! You deserve it!

  7. Hannah says:

    How exciting, and congratulations! I can't wait to read about the kimchi fried rice and, of course, the poached quince, because of my indefatigable sweet tooth… :P

  8. Faith says:

    That is so exciting, a huge congrats to you, Anh!! Your work is always stunning!

  9. Nami @ Just One Cookbook says:

    Anh, I LOVE your work. Is the Vietnamese fashion magazine is based in the US or in Vietnam? I'd love to have a copy of it if it's in English! Beautiful work. Just stunning work!

  10. shaz says:

    Congrats Anh! So many wonderful opportunities, you highly deserve. Ah, fellow quince fan eh ? :)

  11. angie says:

    congrats! your guest posts are great, and i love that article!

  12. Kulsum@JourneyKitchen says:

    Congratulations Anh. You go my girl :-) Thank you for the beautiful post on on blog.

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