Happy Birthday to House of Annie!
This week, we celebrate our two-year bloggerversary! When I look back at our earliest posts, I see how much we’ve changed over the years, and especially over these past five months. It has been a lot of hard work, but also a lot of fun. And we owe a lot of credit to our friend Bee from the excellent Rasa Malaysia food blog. Her example and her guidance have helped make this blog (especially the pictures) so much better.
About a month ago, Bee asked if we would be interested to guest post on her site. It would be a way for us to work on a recipe that her readers have been asking her for, and a way for her readers to get to know us. We were thrilled to be invited! And so, we cooked the very popular dish, Singapore Fried Rice Noodles, for her site. An excerpt:
Here is a recipe for Sing Chow Mai Fun or Singapore fried rice noodles; while it may not be the version that Annie is used to in Malaysia, it’s one of the best Singapore fried rice noodle dishes I’ve tasted…
Singapore Fried Rice Noodles in Progress
Read the rest of the article on Rasa Malaysia’s website!
Welcome, Selamat Datang, and E Komo Mai!
To all the readers who’ve recently discovered us, welcome. Please allow me to introduce ourselves.
I (Nate) was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. I work in IT here in San Jose, California. I am a barbecue afficionado, but have been known to occasionally make something on the stove instead of the grill.
Annie was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is a stay-at-home-mom to our two kids. The kids keep her busy, so she has learned to be efficient with her cooking — like how to prepare tasty meals in as little time as necessary.
The House of Annie blog was started to chronicle our eating adventures, from our own kitchen, to our occasional eating out, to our travels every once in a while. We cook a mix of Asian dishes, including Malaysian, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine. Annie is big into baking, so you’ll see breads and cakes and other goodies being turned out from our oven. You’ll find smatterings of Western foods as well, including the aforementioned barbecue.
We do hope you stay awhile and browse through our nearly 300 articles. Who knows? You may find a recipe that you’ve been looking for! And if not, feel free to email us through the Contact link at the top of the page. We’re happy to take requests 😉
PS: As we wrote in the Singapore fried rice noodle post on Bee’s site, that version is not the one that Annie is used to in Malaysia. We are working on getting a Malaysian-style Sing Chow Mai Fun recipe up soon, so stay tuned!