THE GIRL BEHIND THIS BLOG
Cookmorphosis is based on my daily life experiences in both commercial cooking and home cooking. As a full time chef, besides enjoy being in a professional kitchen, I also love spending time in my adorable home kitchen. That being said, recipes on my blog are ranged from fancy fine dining dish to my grandmother’s handed down recipe. Furthermore, you definitely find a mix between traditional and fusion recipes with lots of useful information.
This blog was nurtured in Austin, TX, created in Houston, TX, and currently it continues developing in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam. I have been working professionally in the culinary industry since 2014. After years of climbing up the ladder, I finally reached the Head Chef position in 2019. There are still many ladders to climb, and I’m working hard to follow my dream career.
I am also an avid yogi and a cat lover. I am so proud of my 6 cats who love me unconditionally and always give me moral support whenever I am in the kitchen.
THE STORY OF COOKMORPHOSIS
In October 2014, I wanted to find a place to keep track of all the recipes I was cooking daily, back then Google Drive was not a thing. And that was the story of Cookmorphosis – the place where I can store my creations of both traditional and fusion recipes. Cooking is my most favorite thing on earth and writing is always on my least favorite list. After I combined these two, I have created a place where I can show the world my creations.
The name Cookmorphosis is a combination of cooking and metamorphosis. Well, back then I thought it was smart to pick such complicated name. To be honest, there was a few times I thought about changing the name of the blog. But then I realized, regardless of how hard the name can be; if I work hard and create such quality recipes, people would remember it.
Well, back in 2017, I was stupid enough to forget renewing the hosting of my blog. That caused me to loose most of my posts from the very beginning. Thankfully, I still managed to find the original written of many posts within the web php files. Even though this Onigirazu is currently the first recipe you see on this blog, it was not. I’m still in the process of restoring lots of my lost recipes so hopefully I could be done soon.
I hope that explains how this blog has less than 100 posts as of Jun 2020, what are the odds right? The odds are I’ve lost around 50 posts due to this silly mistake.
Besides recipes development, I also have the travel section that once a while I wrote about my food travelling experiences.
You are welcome to virtually connect with me through Instagram: Cookmorphosis ,where I occasionally upload food photos from recipes or from random food styling section.
- Banh Mi, The feed feed: https://thefeedfeed.com/banhmi
- SEA cuisine, The feed feed: https://thefeedfeed.com/southeast-asian-cuisine
- Tomatoes, The feed feed: https://thefeedfeed.com/tomatoes
- Homemade Vietnamese recipes, Big 7 travel: https://bigseventravel.com/2020/05/homemade-vietnamese-recipes/
- 7 Northern Vietnamese Dishes, Big 7 travel: https://bigseventravel.com/2020/07/northern-vietnamese-dishes/