See that girl over there on the right hand side of your screen? Yeah, that’s me. And that big orange bowl I’m holding? That’s the bowl I use when making pasta. It’s the only one that I can fit (and knead) everything in without my kitchen ending up covered in a fine layer of flour. True story.
But I digress. You’re here to find out one of two things, aren’t you? And I’m more than happy to oblige… unless you’re looking for information on something that isn’t either “Shez” or “onebitemore”, because in that case, I don’t know that I can help you…
Sheryl (or “Shez” as she has become more commonly known) is a twenty-something year old girl of Malaysian-Chinese descent. She has inherited a love of all things edible from a long line of hearty eaters, which (considering her heritage) is not entirely surprising.
Almost sacriligeously, she isn’t overly fond of orange vegetables but is working on acquiring a taste for them fairly earnestly. Of equal consternation to those around her is her indifference to chocolate and cheese. This is not to say that she won’t happily eat them when offered. She is, however, very fond of roast pork, pears, eggplant and just about anything made by her mother.
Sheryl started onebitemore over a long and lonely January at the urging of friends and fellow foodbloggers. It is, essentially, a big ol’ scrapbook of recipes, restaurant recommendations and product reviews – all related to food, of course.
Whilst she can’t vouch for the repeatability of the recipes she posts (most of which are the product of reading various books and thinking “Now, if I switch x with y and add more of z and less of w…”) she can say that she has made each of them at least once to the acclaim of those who consumed it. And the restaurants / product reviews? You can be sure that if it makes its way into onebitemore, Shez has found at least one good thing to say about it.
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