I was inspired to make these cabbage rolls after watching Kekkon Dekinai Otoko (“The Man Who Cannot Get Married”) for the umpteenth time. The dish appeared in a scene and it looked soooo delicious, I searched for a recipe online
Visiting a dessert shop in Kyoto was one of the things that I wanted to do. It was right at the top of the to-do list. Unfortunately, due to the long queues, our experience with these dessert shops was not
I saw a photo of hand-pulled Shaanxi noodles from a Chinese noodle joint (called Xi An Xiao Chi Chuan Mai Dian) in Pearl’s Centre in my Instagram feed and I just had to go and try it for myself! I
I made these popsicles with freshly-squeezed orange juice, using popsicle moulds from Ikea. They are great for the super hot weather. I am going to make more of these popsicles using grapefruit juice, pear juice and mango puree! Easy to
After doing my marketing at Tiong Bahru market one morning last week, I decided to check out the Bakery Chef at Bukit Merah Central (Blk 161 Bukit Merah Central), which is just a short drive away from where I was.
Yesterday, I attended a two-hour baking class at Maple and Market to learn how to make mango tartlets. (I have lost count of the number of classes I have attended at the bakery.) The instructor for the mango tartlet class
We were at Holland Village this morning and wanted to have a cup of coffee before heading back home in the East. I Googled for cafes in the West and two names popped up: Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee and The
I ate one whole ika sashimi, with eyes, tentacles and all, for the first time at Kawataro, a well-known restaurant located in a traditional shophouse between Canal City and the yatai street. One order comes with two big ikas.
I am always grateful for having several friends who enjoy cooking, enjoy learning various cooking techniques, enjoy the challenge of putting together meals that are at the level of professional chefs in restaurants, and having people over to eat their food.
Singapore-style dry wanton noodles with lots of chili! My favourite sort. (Am not a fan of the Hong Kong and Malaysia versions.) It has been a very long while since I visited this stall in the Joo Chiat neighborhood. The last
Indie cafes are popping up everywhere on our island. Most of them are seem to be doing a roaring business throughout the week, especially during the weekends, when it is nearly impossible to find a table if you don’t turn
I ate chili pan mee for the first time during my last pig-out trip to Kuala Lumpur in November. We ate it at the food court in the Publika mall, our last meal before heading to the airport to catch
What did I eat yesterday? I indulged in gluttony. I had an Egg McMuffin meal for breafast, durian ice cream for tea, and delicious zichar (seafood horfun, fried pork ribs, sambal kangkong and homemade tofu) at Por Kee in Tiong Bahru. I