Fresh aloe and pear are both fantastic ingredients to cool heat and hydrate our body. If consumed raw together, these ingredients might be too cooling for the body in cold weather. By poaching the pear and bringing some temperature to it, we encourage you to try this light fruit dessert when you feel dry and heated! This recipe is sponsored by #alodrink. Receive 20% off the aloe drinks here (discount will automatically apply!).
Whenever I feel dryness in my throat, along with heated symptoms like hot flush, mouth sores, and itchy, red skin, I take out my rice cook to make this recipe. Aloe and snow fungus, when cooked, have this amazingly tender and juicy texture that always make my throat feel better. It is a one pot dish you could make easily. Try it out! This recipe is sponsored by #alodrink. Receive 20% off the aloe drinks here (discount will automatically apply!).
Masterchef, Fred Chang, designed this beautiful mosse tart, pulling from three different threads of inspirations. The first was fruit cake, the second, eggnog, and the third, snow. He opted for a rum spiked short crust tart, knowing the alcohol in the rum would evaporate and create a flakier finish. For his filling, he went with buckwheat frangipane. Frangipane is normally an almond cream that is baked, and has a cakey-texture to it.See our full interview with Fred Chang, here.
We are almost never happy with store bought granola that are hard and usually way too sweet. This is our take on this classic breakfast item. With the addition of goji, sesame oil and seeds, and ginger, this granola not only tastes amazing, but also contains TCM wisdom and benefits. Freshly backed granola is always better! It is super easy to make. Enjoy!
This traditional Korean dessert was brought to us by Korean cuisine chef, and artist, Ellis Jung. This is soft, fragrant, nutty and sweet treat is still consumed by Buddhist monks today, but was traditionally for Korean royalty, seen in Korean Royal Court Cuisine. Ellis can be found sharing her love for Korean food and deep culture on Youtube. Click in to read our full interview with her here.