a lot has changed since starting this blog in 2013. for starters, we no longer call hong kong our home. we are now happily living in shanghai, china. we are co-founders, operator, and executive chef of brut eatery; “a western café with an eastern soul” that is currently expanding all over china. we have become food and media personalities, the latest being hosts of a lemon documentary which took us around the world. and, we like to think that all of this would not have happened had we decided not to share our recipes with the world.
as busy as we have been, we still love to do the one thing that started this whole journey, cooking. but now, there’s more to us than just recipes. so stick around, get comfy, browse, read, like, comment, and share.
jun & priscilla
guess I m more a eater like Jun, Do you have any good recipe for braised pork belly? am thinking to make it to go with a home made tortilla, sounds very yum 😀
Thank you for dropping by my blog and the “Like” of my posts.
Hi thanks for stopping by my blog..glad to have found yours 😊
I speak Cantonese!! 🙂
ooh very nice! mine has improved a lot since moving to hk.
Was it different being raised in America and moved to HK? My Chinese is horrible… I’m 100% ABC. Do you like living in HK?
yes i live in hk now. being an abc here is quite interesting. it’s like i’m chinese, but not really. i look chinese, so the locals will naturally speak to me in cantonese. but unfortunately, i don’t always know how to respond to them. so most of the people here probably think i’m slow or something because i struggle to find the right sentence and words to respond.
thanks for liking my blog. i’m not that long a blogger so it isnt looking that pro yet. yours is looking great and i will follow Homemade in Hong Kong for asian inspiration. Cheers!
Hi Jun & Priscilla! Just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award – http://wp.me/p3Nc97-ja.
Wish you both a wonderful New Year!
wow thank you so much! have a beautiful new year!
You recipes look incredibly good and your photos are gorgeous! I look forward to reading more. 🙂
thanks! we are quite amateur in terms of photography, but we are doing our best to capture the mouth-watering moment!
Loved your description of yourselves! You guys sound like a fun,food loving couple! Love your site too.! Do drop by my blog sometime too!
thanks indu! we love eating and cooking food!
your blog is lovely, and you have videos! well done!
thanks so much. Appreciate you stopping by!
Hi there, Jun and Priscilla! Thanks so much for stopping by fearless-kitchen.com. I’m happy it led me to your website, which looks vibrant, happy, and above all, tasty! I look forward to trying your recipes. 🙂
thanks! we share the same concept – be fearless about experimenting!
Hi, Jun and Pricilla.. Thank you for stopping by my blog! I loved yours! All I could think of, besides the great food was how professional your blog looks! It’s great to be in touch with people from different countries,, Would love to try some of your food..! Big fan of Asian food you see! 😉
thank you radhika! we love looking at other food lovers’ blogs to get ideas on cooking and recipes. great to have you here =]
Hello Jon and Priscilla,
I was looking for a taro dish, and found one with pork on your blog. I like to know who’s behind the blog, so here I am. So nice to meet you!
I’ve been blogging a while about boating and traveling, now getting ready to create a food blog with a Korean friend. It’ll be a mix of everything – wesian, like you coined it, but even more so, since I’m from Malaysia and hubby’s from Cambodia and we’ve lived in the south for over 7 years, and that’s not counting Florida!
good for you eileen! there are so many foodies here! have fun blogging!
Thanks for the like 🙂
Hi Jun and Priscilla,
I’ve nominated you both for the ‘Shine On Award’. I hope you accept!
Please see my post for more information:
Wow – I have to say your photos make me literally dribble. I need to work on my photos but am doing a photography course, so here is hoping! I actually live in Germany and I’m working my way through the cheesecakes here – so glad it’s your favourite food.
I wrote up my German aunt’s recipe here if you like: http://leatherandabel.com/happy-birthday-cheesecake/
Keep up the delicious work – I’m hungry now 😉
oh i love german cheesecakes, it reminds me of when i spent a year living abroad there. suffice to say i gained more than a few pounds eating cheesecakes made by my host mother.
Thanks for the like today! Appreciate it and hope you keep enjoying my posts 🙂 Your posts definitely remind me of my mum’s cooking!
what a sweet blog! can’t wait to read everything. thanks for checking my little internet space out too.
thank you for stopping by!
Thank you for liking one of my posts!
You’re blog looks wonderful so far and is making me hungry! Haha.
Definitely following. Now I’ll have to figure out what recipe to try out first.
Hi and thanks for liking a post. Nice to meet you both. I understand about dishes . I have been a dishwasher in my culinary class lots of times as well as prep.. Your dishes look very tasty. Such colors and textures. Well have a nice day. And Keep on cooking:)
thank you for the wonderful comment and for stopping by our blog! have a great one too!
I’m so excited I stumbled upon your blog! I just moved away from HK outside of HK (Vancouver, Canada) and always craving chinese home cooking. Can’t wait to try out your recipes!!! xo J
hi jocie! hope you like out blog!
more chinese recipes are coming! let us know what you like, and we might be able to make it =]
take care in canada!
Crazy cooks. that caught my attention. so I came to the right blog 🙂
thank you for stopping by and for all your wonderful comments!
Hi Jun and Priscilla,
I love all the yummy dishes you guys often post on your blog! It must be super lucky to be one of your relatives!! I’ve nominated your blog for the Sunshine Blogger award, do check it out on my blog 🙂 Happy week guys!
oh thank you so much for the nomination!
Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you liked it.
I was able to visit Hong Kong a few years ago when we brought the tanker “Coastal New York” to China to scrap her. I really loved Hong Kong and would love to go back someday. The food was just one of the interesting things I liked there. 😉
Nice blog and mouth watering recipes! It doesn’t help that I’m really hunngrry now. Love the video on the goat’s meat noodle soup! The next time we’re headed there, we’ll head there for sure 🙂
thank you for visiting and for your comment!
Hello Jun & Priscilla,
I wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award.
Participation is optional, but if you do want to participate here is the link to find out more: http://kookycookyng.com/2014/05/14/versatile-blogger-award/
Hope you decide to take part. If you choose to participate then post the award badge on your blog, share seven things about yourself and nominate 15 other bloggers.
Thank you for stopping by my site, I am looking forward to checking out yours!
thanks Aaryne! hope you like our blog! we always welcome comments =]
Hi Jun and Priscilla!
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Hi Julia, thank you for finding us! We would love to be part of your website. Currently, we’re on vacation in Italy. So we’ll get back to you with our list of restaurants and a write-up in a couple of weeks. Thanks!!
Can you provide me with your email so I may send you my list and write-up. Thanks!
Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog – I’m glad it made me discover yours! Love your recipes!
Love your taste! Be hanging around for more recipe from both of you!
thanks for stopping by!
Not sure how I’m JUST NOW finding out about this blog of yours but I’m LOVING IT!
Great work! And I’ll be sure following along from now!
It’s currently 1PM in New York, and I’m STARVING just looking the food on here!