The biggest respective pro and con of having a husband that cooks well put simply is getting fed and getting fat. I know I know, the snacks and junk food I eat on the side is not helping and Ision will be the first to whinge that I'm getting less lean not because of his dishes but it's certainly a nice convenient excuse to relax the diet regimen (I can always lean-up before a photo shoot if I wanted to anyway).
In this age of social media, nothing happens for real unless it's posted online so I've been sharing these wonderful creations with my Facebook friends. It's hard to pick the best-of-the-best among the many food porn pictures I have of boo's culinary masterpieces but I've managed to successfully pick twelve to post here. There are simpler fare that he's prepared that are just a delicious but as food porn go, those did not make the cut.
As a food-lover, I'm really fortunate to have a husband who's into cooking as much as eating. I'm sure you'll agree with me after sampling with your eyes the many scrumptious feasts that take place every day here in our one-room heaven.
Chicken thigh marinated in Singaporean satay sauce with wilted spinach, carrot, potato, peas and onion plus cucumber and onion sides for dipping
Bruschetta with crispy garlic bread, grilled haloumi cheese, avocado, tomato, basil and onion
Baked eggs with vintage cheddar, Hungarian salami, tomato, parsley and onion
Smoked cod in mild curry sauce with mushroom, choy sum, onion, peas, carrot and corn
Baked chicken and vegetable meat loaf with double-brie and pea mashed potato
Quorn sausages with potato waffle-omelette and smokey beans
Baked pineapple tarts
Chicken-flavoured rice with steamed chicken, cucumber and steamed Chinese broccoli in oyster sauce
Grilled haloumi cheese, pan-fried bacon and onion with toast
Matcha mochi with sweet peanut filling topped with icing sugar
Satay turkey pizza topped with onion and mushroom
Chicken thigh claypot rice with shitake mushroom and Chinese sausage with steamed bak choy in soy sauce and nasu dengaku (braised eggpant)