Saturday, October 10, 2009

Guest Post! Shanghai Drunken Chicken

Drunken ChickenShanghai Drunken Chicken at Rasa Malaysia

Yes, I'm still here. No, I haven't forgotten about this blog. I know the crickets have been chirping here more than I've been posting. If only I have more free time because right now it's virtually non-existent.

I can't remember the last time I've been sick but a bug was bound to get me sooner or later. I woke up this morning with the whole nine yards--fever, sore throat, cough, and aches all over. I tried to catch up on my reading but that wasn't happening. I should have known reading about urine and kidneys gets nowhere when you're sleep-deprived and feverish. So, instead of studying, I resigned myself to spending the day in my pajamas with chicken noodle soup, catching up on food blogs and many issues of Bon Appetit (au revoir Gourmet, you will be missed!).

This is long overdue but check out my guest post on Rasa Malaysia! I was torn between drunken chicken or crab cakes; drunken chicken won but I did make some crab cakes after Bee got me thinking about them. This project was 3 months in the making due to a combination of my hectic schedule and perfectionism. The recipe was far more seasonally appropriate when I started it in July. Bee, thank you for being a great host and for being so understanding about my numerous delays in getting this done.


Zurin said...

I do hope you'll get better soon. Your drunken chicken is one of my favourite's almost like hainanese chicken rice chicken isn't it?. LOVE IT.:) Get well..

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3 hungry tummies said...

mmm look at those tasty skins yum!!

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TeaLady said...

Was wondering if you had given up on us. Glad to see you back, but sorry you are sick.

Sending healthy thots your way.

Heide M™ said...

This looks so good, I'll have to try this.


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