Garden Street Kway Chap, Serangoon Gardens Food Centre Garden Street Kway Chap has always been my favourite place to go to for a kway chap fix. I know they are not the best in Singapore for kway chap but it is still one
I wasn’t planning on a ‘Part IV’…. This is what happens when I try to multi-task. I screw up.
Finally. It is finished. The first round, I mean. I wanted to give up after botching the dough the first time. I put it all down to my Mom’s cryptic instructions. What does “6 eggs, want 5 egg yolks, 1/2
Some progress here – cooked the pineapple over low fire with rock sugar for over an hour to get a sticky-sweet jam. Received a couple of tips re pineapple juice: Make pina colada or leave it in the pot with
I said it. There is no turning back now. In my entire life, I have not bought pineapple tarts from the stores before. Having grown up on my mother’s pineapple tarts, I did not have any strong desire to buy
The vegetables look sadly wilted as they had been sitting around for a while – after I was done with cooking, I realised that I had forgotten to turn on the rice cooker…… Just like how I don’t understand why there are some people who
Haemul Pajeon (‘haemul’ – seafood; ‘pajeon’ – pancake) The haemul pajeon served by Red Pig, a Korean eatery at Amoy St run by two Korean ahjummas, is by far the tastiest that I’ve eaten in Singapore. The pajeon is very crispy on the outside and the insides filled with
Can I be utterly shameless and proclaim my mom’s cooking to be the best on this planet? I guess not.
‘Agent Strawberry’ – Once Upon A Milkshake Not very fond of strawberries (unless they are Korean strawberries) but I like strawberry milkshake. Alot. I still remember those days when going to McDonald’s for a happy meal meant having a strawberry milkshake,
Constructed by King Indravarman I in 879 to honour his forefathers when he first ascended the throne, Preah Ko means ‘sacred bull’. There are several stone bulls still standing at the front of the temple (but they don’t look like
The Bakong was the first temple we visited. I was so pre-occupied with taking photographs that I completely missed out on our guide’s explanation of the temple’s history. Ok, I confess that I barely listened to our guide throughout the
After a good night’s rest and a pretty heavy breakfast, we were both ready to start exploring. Our guide, Phat, met us at 8.30am in the hotel lobby and our first stop was to buy the 3-day Angkor temple pass costing US$20
I tasted these popsicles for the very first time during the Korean pop concert at Fort Canning last December. Having queued for a long while to enter the concert grounds, we were looking to buy a drink to quench our