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Hi I’m Christine. Welcome you to visit my blog, Christine's Recipes. I’m living in Australia with my husband and a lovely daughter. She likes eating and I like cooking. We are perfect partners. This blog is also dedicated to her as she enjoys and loves my cooking everyday. Here I’d like to record all my culinary experiments and share my love of cooking. I hope you’ll find what you are looking for on this blog.

In June 2012, I officially released my first cookbook, written in both Chinese and English, called Easy Recipes - A Selection of Simple Classics.

Easy Recipes Cover

It quickly climbed the bestseller lists of large bookstores in Hong Kong. If interested, take a look at the post about my cooking demo and cookbook signing session in Hong Kong (18 Nov. 2012).

My cookbook, Easy Recipes, Sharing Session
My cookbook "Easy Recipes" sharing session@Towngas Cooking Center Hong Kong
Signing Copies
Signing session - Thanks for all your support!

Again, thanks for all of my readers' support. My 2nd cookbook, Easy Recipes 2 - A Selection of Beloved Recipes, was published in Dec. 2015.

Easy Recipes2_My 2nd Cookbook

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  1. Hi Christine,

    Loved your book, we just found it on the shelves of a Page One before they closed down, such a pity. It's a great recipe book, beautiful pictures and lovely descriptions.

    When are you back in Hong Kong?

  2. Christine
    Which state are you staying in Australia, I stay in Brisbane, do you organise class at aAustralia?

    1. Hi Angela,

      I also stay in Brisbane. Unfortunately, I don't run any cooking classes at the moment. If I do, I'll announce on this blog and my fan page.

      Thanks for dropping by and your interest in cooking with me.

  3. Hi christine

    i have printed a lot of your recipe but i want your recipe book. Can i order online?


    1. Sure, you can order online directly from the publisher here.

      Thanks for you support.

  4. Your delicious tangzhong recipes brought back so many wonderful memories from my trips to China. Your blog is awesome! I probably won't be able to visit China anytime soon, so I guess those impossibly fluffy buns will have to do for now. Thank you so much!

    - a brazilian fan

    1. Thanks for dropping by. The tangzhong breads are our most favourite.
      Go for it. You'll love them if you like soft and fluffy breads.
      Happy baking !

  5. Hi Christine,

    Are all your tangzhong bread recipes in your book and chiffon cake as well? I've done some of your cakes they're perfect everyone. Can I get the book on all bookstore in Aussie? Thanks .

    1. Hi Grace,
      There are some tangzhong bread and cake recipes including chiffon cake in my Easy Recipes2.
      As my publisher is in Hong Kong, so it's easier to get it there.

  6. Hi Christine, I am desperately craving Chinese seafood soups and stumbled across your page. I'm hoping to try out some of your dishes as they look great and not too complicated. We have a local Chinese store here so will pop by and hopefully they have all the ingredients! Thank you for sharing!

  7. Hi Christine, i wanted to order your cookbooks through your publishers website for my mother but unfortunately they are out of stock :(

    I guess i was a few years late :(

  8. Hi Vincent,
    Sorry, my cookbooks were out of stock.
    Welcome you to visit my food site and hope you can find some recipes you like.

  9. Hi Christine, hope you can sell an e-book version of your book :) that way, it will be available for sale indefinitely and it's more accessible to your international readers. Hope I can get a copy someday. Thanks for all the great recipes! :)

  10. Hi Christine,
    I have bought your book version 1 for my daughter in USA. She love it very much. I trietd to buy her the version 2. None was found in Hong Kong. Is there anyway to find in Hong Kong or in States?
    Also I love your blog and think of creating one for sharing my other interest. I am new to this area. What is the starting point I should go for. Sorry for asking something not related to food and cooking :)

  11. shenfuqing@gmail.comDecember 29, 2020 at 5:21 PM

    Hi Christine

    Is there any school you can recommend in Hong Kong or Guangzhou where I can learn the makings of Chinese desserts? Thank you.

  12. Hi Shen,
    Think that you could google on the internet.

  13. Hi Christine,
    Are your recipe books still in print. I live in Perth WA. Would love to buy them. Thanks

  14. Hi Patricia,
    First of all, thanks so much for your support.
    Unfortunately, my cookbooks are out of print.
    Welcome you to browse my sites and there are many yummy recipes here and on my Chinese site..
    Happy cooking!

  15. Hi Christine,

    When I was growing up in HK in the seventies, my mom bought rice box lunches once in a while. My favorite was ground beef with tomato sauce rice. It did not have chunks of tomatoes but with a ketchup type of sauce mixed into the rice. Would you happen to know how to make it?


  16. Hi Wendy,
    No sure if you're talking about 茄汁免治牛肉飯. I've a recipe,Chicken Stroganoff Fettuccine,on this blog that I like the sauce very much. The sauce is far better than the sauce of 茄汁牛肉飯。You might try the recipe with ground beef on rice. Hope you'll love it.

  17. Hi Christine,

    I love your Easy Recipes Cookbook! Living as an Australian Chinese in Melbourne (yes, currently in our 4th lockdown) I am really keen to purchase your second book. Where can I find it? I've searched on the Internet and emailed your publisher ETPress but so far no luck. Your cooking has really gotten us through the many COVID lockdowns we've had here in Melbourne. Thanks! Grace

  18. Hi Grace,
    Thanks so much for your love of my cookbook.
    It's so hard for you living in Melbourne during the 4th lockdown.
    Unfortunately, all my cookbooks are out of print.
    And hope you'll find some recipes you like on this site. Keep safe and happy cooking!

    ~ Christine :D

  19. I stumbled upon your website while eating some Taro Cake made by my Mother. =)
    I found your Chinese New Year Taro Cake which seems similar. Thank you!!! I can't wait to make some of the delicious recipes on your site. -Lisa

  20. Hello Christine, I have a copy of your recipe book and I love to see your recipes online too! I could share with my girls who are learning to cook. The pictures of ingredients needed and step by step instructions are of great help to me. There is one question from me. Sometimes I do not how to cut my green vegetables into nice shapes Especially the common green vegetables. Is there a section to show such knowledge? Yours Truly, Sarah

  21. Hi Sarah, thanks for your support of my cookbook and love of my food blog. Your feedback is much appreciated. As for your question about cutting vegetables, unfortunately I don't have a special section to showcase the skills. However I think there're lots of videos out there you can view on the internet at your convinence nowadays.
    Happy cooking! ^0^