2013 was a big year for me. Last night, as I flipped back the pages in my mind before the clock strikes twelve, some memories formed into paintings of joy and laughter while others displayed a sense of melancholy. It was the year where I decide to make a drastic change in my life with a precious opportunity which I am actually not quite prepared for.
Leaving home to work in a foreign country for the first time, the move to Hong Kong itself was already an experience. Besides getting to know the ways of living in this new city, my taste buds are also being challenged to recipes, flavors and textures that I am not accustomed to.
While the new may be interesting, it is often the familiar that kept me settled. I’m so glad that my tiny kitchen is now stocked with extra virgin olive oil, Italian canned tomatoes, balsamic and my favorite spices.
Here’s a simple recipe to share. Happy New Year my friends!
Drumsticks Baked with Balsamic Vinegar
Crushed black pepper
Dried rosemary (fresh ones are too costly over here)
Marinate drumsticks with all other ingredients overnight. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200C for 45 minutes or until it looks good to the eye. Squeeze a wedge of lemon juice over before serving with your favorite greens or baked vegetables.