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A mortar and pestle doesn’t count as essential items in a kitchen, I’ll admit – but that didn’t exactly stop me from pestering the family to buy one. It’s true; with all sorts of blenders and kitchen gadgets out there, … Continue reading
This is a lazy meal. Okay, if you haven’t closed this window, you may proceed! Buy four large chicken fillets (breast, thigh or mystery part); four slices of cheese which will melt beautifully; four slices of middle bacon; wooden skewers … Continue reading
I honestly believe that I can eat Japanese food everyday. There’s a wide selection of food that is prepared in all kinds of ways so it’s hard to get bored of it; and correct me if I’m wrong, but Japanese … Continue reading
I don’t like replicating dishes that my mom cooks (and she cooks them really well, might I add), and I usually tend to avoid making Asian food, but this braised chicken turned out pretty good. My brother and I were … Continue reading
I attempted to make Hainanese chicken rice last week, which is commonly sold in hawker stalls in Malaysia and Singapore. The main components of this dish is the wonderfully fragrant rice, ‘pak zham’ (white chopped) chicken with tender meat and … Continue reading
I read a lot of food blogs and I’ve bookmarked about 100, not including the number of recipes that I’ve categorised according to protein, soups, dessert type (Asian, brownies, tarts/pies, pudding, cakes, cupcakes, others), pasta and snacks (sweet/savoury). It’s quite … Continue reading