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The Daily Dish: April 8, 2016

The Daily Dish: April 8, 2016


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With an eye toward millennial viewership, Food Network has had the foresight to add one of 2016’s most recognizable faces to its programming lineup — Ayesha Curry, the wife of Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry and the reigning NBA MVP. For the last two years, Ayesha has shared cooking videos on her YouTube channel, often featuring her husband. Curry also hosted a local television show, Cookin’ with the Currys, on Comcast Sportsnet, the same network that broadcasts her husband’s games. For now, Curry’s show, which will air on the Cooking Channel, Food Network’s sister network, is “an idea with Ayesha” that is still in development.

After a 30-year career at PepsiCo, Tom Greco, CEO of Frito-Lay North America (FLNA), has left the company. According to Street Inside, Greco has since been named the CEO and director of Advance Auto Parts. In a statement, the chairman for PepsiCo says, “PepsiCo's deep bench of world-class leaders and our top-notch talent development capabilities allow us to elevate our next generation of talent into bigger roles.”

Starbucks has announced the opening of its largest location in the entire world, set to open its doors in 2018 in New York City. The store, at a colossal 20,000 square feet, will also double as the second-ever Starbucks Roastery and Tasting Room, containing elite beans and brews from around the world to appeal to coffee connoisseurs. It will be opening in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, just south of Chelsea market.

That’s today’s Daily Dish, thanks for watching. Stop back Monday for another helping.


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !


Braised Pork Belly 红烧三层肉

It’s not often that I cooked pork belly, because it’s kind of too fattening for my liking. But once in a blue moon, when I decide to be ultra sinful for the day, I will go all way out ! And poultry such as pork belly is particularly succulent when they are braised. Other than the long braising time to allow the pork belly to turn tender, this dish is quite straightforward and fuss-free.

And I realised some distinct “trademarks” in braised dishes recently. The use of rock sugar and sweet soya sauce not only make the dish more appetising, the sweetness from the sauce is also much more fragrant as compared to just using normal fine sugar.

Braised pork belly and its sauce goes very well with plain white rice. In fact, this is a very well-liked dish by the typical hokkiens dialect especially the older generations. My dad, in particular, is very fond of this dish.

As a pure hokkien, I can say that most hokkien dishes are generally sinfully delicious in nature. Pork bellies and pork fats are a common sight in hokkien cooking. But it’s also the “fats” that bring out the real aroma and flavours of the fare. Love-hate relationship as it may seem, but eventually at the end of the day, you will just heck care and devour them all because they are simply irresistible after the first mouthful.

Grab some fresh pork bellies from PurelyFresh online for this Hokkien’s favourite today !