Miffa Chan


Yoshinoya and winter Miffy gifts
January 6, 2011, 9:53 am
Filed under: food, Hong Kong


Yoshinoya is the largest chain of gyūdon restaurants, I have been there while in Japan, but specially when I have visited my home city (Hong Kong).


Look what are they giving away if you eat there, in the mood for some beef soup and noodles?

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The Orange Cap Sect’s party
November 17, 2008, 7:52 pm
Filed under: Chan family, food, The Council


To celebrate the great success of our latest meeting where Draculina J and Aurore Marie were accepted as new members of the Council we ordered something special.

Fresh Gooseneck barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes) from Galizia and some Veuve Clicquot Champagne.

Of course a delicious chocolate cake for dessert.



The Orange Cap Sect’s party
November 17, 2008, 7:52 pm
Filed under: Chan family, food, The Council


To celebrate the great success of our latest meeting where Draculina J and Aurore Marie were accepted as new members of the Council we ordered something special.

Fresh Gooseneck barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes) from Galizia and some Veuve Clicquot Champagne.

Of course a delicious chocolate cake for dessert.



Hey, a big present is waiting for you at the Post Office
June 13, 2008, 8:42 pm
Filed under: Caffe Miffy, food, Friends, Gifts, Japanese food

This week has been a hard one in the country where I live, Spain. A severe transport strike hit all the country. Protesters claim against high fuel prices and things gone really wild with people severely injured and even worse.

We ran out of fuel in petrol stations and ran out of fresh food in supermarkets. Of course mail and courier services were suffering severe delays.

But this afternoon we received a phone call from the post office.

– Miffa, there’s a big parcel waiting for you

So I sent my father to pick up it immediately.

Great, our friends from Caffemiffy has sent us beautiful presents: a lot of Japanese food and ingredients to cook delicious dishes and to improve my father’s skills. Besides a superb device to make biscuits that we will test as soon as possible (Father Bunny makes cakes that look horrible but taste quite fair).

Thank you very much!!

PS: Father Bunny did not see the special Japanese beers, we have hidden them. 😉



Hey, a big present is waiting for you at the Post Office
June 13, 2008, 8:42 pm
Filed under: Caffe Miffy, food, Friends, Gifts, Japanese food

This week has been a hard one in the country where I live, Spain. A severe transport strike hit all the country. Protesters claim against high fuel prices and things gone really wild with people severely injured and even worse.

We ran out of fuel in petrol stations and ran out of fresh food in supermarkets. Of course mail and courier services were suffering severe delays.

But this afternoon we received a phone call from the post office.

– Miffa, there’s a big parcel waiting for you

So I sent my father to pick up it immediately.

Great, our friends from Caffemiffy has sent us beautiful presents: a lot of Japanese food and ingredients to cook delicious dishes and to improve my father’s skills. Besides a superb device to make biscuits that we will test as soon as possible (Father Bunny makes cakes that look horrible but taste quite fair).

Thank you very much!!

PS: Father Bunny did not see the special Japanese beers, we have hidden them. 😉



And he thinks he can make makis…
May 28, 2008, 9:41 pm
Filed under: Cooking, Editorial, food, Japanese food, Pressure cookers
I opened my Flickr Pro account some time ago and it’s one of the few e-services or e-whatever that I pay for.

Unlike our mother, for dad and me pictures are just fast small time pieces that we capture to store in our hard disk (ehemm, several hard disks). We use our small camera and we publish, post, store or delete as is. No further action, not even cropping or colour balance is applied.

May be we are lazy, may be we do not care. Anyways I have been looking for something new, something funny and something bunny.

And this is what I have found.

via Los Dragónnes

If someone can make these rolls, the improvements dad has made with Miffo teaching him are just nothing.

Thank god I have learnt that if you want to cook good Chinese you’d better hire a good Chinese cooker/chef.



And he thinks he can make makis…
May 28, 2008, 9:41 pm
Filed under: Cooking, Editorial, food, Japanese food, Pressure cookers
I opened my Flickr Pro account some time ago and it’s one of the few e-services or e-whatever that I pay for.

Unlike our mother, for dad and me pictures are just fast small time pieces that we capture to store in our hard disk (ehemm, several hard disks). We use our small camera and we publish, post, store or delete as is. No further action, not even cropping or colour balance is applied.

May be we are lazy, may be we do not care. Anyways I have been looking for something new, something funny and something bunny.

And this is what I have found.

via Los Dragónnes

If someone can make these rolls, the improvements dad has made with Miffo teaching him are just nothing.

Thank god I have learnt that if you want to cook good Chinese you’d better hire a good Chinese cooker/chef.