As a child, I always knew when dinner was ready because the smoke alarm would sound. Running downstairs, I’d be greeted with a shriveled up piece of cremated pork chop. I could never understand why my mum couldn’t just cook it properly. As a mother myself now, I would consider it was probably because she was so bloody busy!! This recipe turns things around for me – no more” tough as old boots” pork chops. I share with you now, my pork chop recipe, as a “hats off” to all those mummies in Hong Kong who are trying their best to do it all.
Everyone loves roast chicken. Fact. It’s that crackly sound the carving knife makes as it slices through the crispy, golden skin. Complimented perfectly with an interior of juicy, tender meat. The classic combination to tempt even the most picky child during a weekend family get-together. Check out my five simple steps that will ensure your family is always served mouth-watering meals, time and time again. The Butterflied method is the best, and for me the only, way to roast a chicken.
This week, my daughter, like many people in Hong Kong right now, has been bed-ridden with a fever. It had me thinking, if I’d been away, would my helper (and for that matter, my husband!!) know what to do to correctly deal with a fever? Moreover, if the fever had become worse, and she’d had febrile convulsions, what immediate actions should be taken? Babies and young children can experience a much faster rise in core body temperature than adults. So when we act, we need to know what to do fast, leaving nothing to guesswork. This post offers practical advice that every care-giver in your home should read and comprehend.
In conjuction with the official launch of PEEKair, this week's blog is an easy to read post on the science behind consumer PM2.5 monitors. I show the differences in pollution compositions between different cities and explain why that means PM2.5 monitors need to be calibrated to a specific location in order to be accurate. It all began in early 2015...