Homecooked meals 英会話・英語 アミック
If you didn’t already know, I’m Singaporean by nationality – born and raised in the Little Red Dot – but I was raised Indonesian. My Indonesian parents emigrated from Indonesia in the early 90s as soon as they got married, and started a new life in Singapore. They had me soon after, and the rest is history.
Growing up, homecooked meals were my favourite. They still are. I’ve been living abroad for almost a decade now and there’s nothing I miss more than my mother’s cooking. I enjoy exploring new cultures and discovering delicious food, but nothing beats Indonesian food. Indonesian cuisine, like most Southeast Asian cuisines, includes a wonderful mix of seasoning, herbs, and spices.
Ever since I started living on my own, I learned to cook. Cooking is a valuable life skill, and no matter how old you are, whether you’re a boy or girl, man or woman, you should really know how to cook! Your tastebuds and tummy will be very grateful. I learned to cook several types of food over the years, namely Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai.
I enjoy cooking and sharing my meals with friends. Indonesian food isn’t as widely popular overseas, unlike Thai or Vietnamese food. If you like Thai or Vietnamese food, I really recommend you try Indonesian!