Ever since moving back home 3 months ago, I have hardly spent very much quality time at home. Work has been going at break-neck speed lately, and I have been spending vast amounts of time in the office, such that
Mashed banana and crisps between burger buns. I thought this “combination”, for want of a better word, sounded and looked absolutely revolting. But strangely, it tasted quite good. The saltiness of the crisps went quite well with the sweetness of
There has been alot going on lately and I am feeling a little overwhelmed. The weekend didn’t make me feel much better. In fact, I felt pretty lousy today. My back was aching, my head felt woozy and I wanted
Finally, there is countertop space in my bathroom to put a fragrance diffuser. So at a friend’s recommendation, I went out and bought a Loccitane fragrance. I really like the light, citrusy-floral scent as it is not too floral-sweet, or
This is a photo that I took on the plane of the skies as we approached Frankfurt. Our flight out of Oslo was delayed by an hour because of poor weather conditions in Frankfurt (and as a result, we missed
We finally arrived home early this morning from Oslo. I am trying to beat jetlag, so I came home, showered, changed and went to work, making sure that I adjust my body clock back to GMT+8. I have only been
I made beef rendang for dinner today, using a recipe from Mrs Lee’s cookbook. This is the first meal that I made in our new kitchen, and also the first time I made beef rendang. Am happy as punch that
I was doing some housekeeping on my notebook and found some photos that I had taken in Bangkok last October. I was there with my colleagues for our annual department weekend getaway. Department trips are usually free-and-easy. There is one
I love it when my friends invite me to their home for a home-cooked meal. No matter how much a person enjoys cooking or how simple the meal is, it still takes time, effort and a lot of heart to
^ Very nice angbao box placed at the reception area of one of the ballrooms in Fullerton Hotel. Courtesy of the hotel. It is very useful! Long time ago, when my friends were tying the knot one by one, I
My favourite things to eat at any zichar stall. Seafood bittergourd soup with rice and a fried egg on the side. 🙂
A friend gave me some lapis sagu (steamed 7-layer rainbow-coloured kueh made with tapioca flour) and kueh bingka (tapioca kueh) from Subway Niche. Sadly, lapis sagu is something that I have disliked since I was a kid, and still do.
I am starting to cook again. Over the weekend, I wanted to make omu-rice but my omelette was too small and I couldn’t fold it in half.