[GIVEAWAY] Texas Chicken Introduces the new Jalapeño TXtreme Chicken in Singapore

And we are the first amongst 25 countries to experience this uniquely spicy, juicy and crunchy chicken ! This will be available in all 10 Texas Chicken restaurants islandwide for a very limited time period only starting from 18 July 2014 ! And what’s so special about the Jalapeño TXtreme Chicken ?! First layer: Chicken […]

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Day 3 of 3 Nights in HK

Day 3 : My last full day in HK. As with all other post-holidays syndrome, moodiness start to set in usually at this time. So I went for a nice breakkie as recommended by the pal, Kam Hwa Bing Ting at Bute Street for its Polo Bun Butter. Wanted to have the chicken wings as […]

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Day 2 of 3 Nights in HK

Day 2 : Was contemplating whether I should go for Jenny’s cookies which eventually I caved in ! I am sure many others would have written about how horrid the queue was already, as even on normal days, the average queuing time was probably about an hour or so. And considering you have to braved […]

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Day 1 of 3 Nights in HK

Probably because HK is a relatively easy place to travel around and having been there several times, I planned for a solo trip this time, and solely for the purpose of therapeutic shopping so that I could jolly well shop to my heart’s contents. And for the consecutively 3 nights I was there, it was […]

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Lee Kum Kee’s Mini Hampers GIVEAWAY + Our Home-Cooked Cod Fish Steak with the Brand New Teriyaki Marinade

In line with Lee Kum Kee’s launch of their new Teriyaki Marinade and its new packaging for their tomato ketchup, we are here for a GIVEAWAY ! But before we touch on that, let’s take a look at how we incorproate the new Teriyaki Marinade into our daily cooking with the home-cooked Cod Fish steak […]

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[Recipe & Tips] Mini Durian Muffins

The dad has a hobby of going to the Pulau Ubin in search of durians. Hahaha ! And he’s probably so good at it now that he could really lug back quite a fair bit each time, especially the season is in now. As the durians from the island are grown naturally, somehow I feel […]

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Indeed a Crabby-licious Father’s Day Lunch At House Of Seafood !

It’s been a long long time since I had crabs ! So come the Father’s Day one weekend back, we decided to head to House of Seafood for their yummylicious crabs !! Newly opened at the Punggol Settlement, this area breathes an aura of fresh air and tranquility, especially during the daytime where the crowds […]

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Celebrate National Day with Pan Pacific Singapore on a new Peranakan Infused High Tea Session !

This has to be the earliest National Day feast that I gonna had. Almost 2 months ahead of time, and well not exactly a feast I would say, but more to a high tea delicacy where the ladies could enjoy a gossip session over a cup of tea. Pan Pacific Hotel has always been quite […]

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The Perfect Father’s Day Gift ~ 1872 Clipper Tea !

Not sure what to get for your Father’s Day Gift ? Or no time for shopping ? Worry no more ! 1872 Clipper Tea marks a brilliant suggestion, especially after it goes online and shopping can be done in a breeze. Fans of The 1872 Clipper Tea Co., a local artisanal tea brand, can now […]

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Tips for Sharing in Agar Agar Jelly Making

I am sure most of us know the jest of agar-agar creations, since they are not difficult and even the packaging itself spells out what already has to be done. Therefore, the below tips are just meant for further sharing and references. Feel free to add on to the list if you know of others […]

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Light Banana Cake with Almond Nibs

It’s really amusing that after 10 over years of working life (opps, did I reveal my age ?), and encountering tons of weird people at the workplace, while some really amuses me much, some are really nice to have, others are just none other than coleaks. Despite all that, I feel that generally working, though […]

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The Ultimate Baking Showdown to Unveil Aspiring & Passionate Bakers !!

Baking enthusiasts must be feeling all butterflies as the time to showcase your extraordinary baking skills and win yourself some great prizes, is finally here ! Instead of presenting your delightful bakes to the household only, here’s a great opportunity now to receive acknowledgement and be rewarded for all the cumulative efforts and achievements that […]

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Purchase, top-up and earn loyalty points with first-of-its-kind mobile app at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®

If you have been a movie go-er or been noticing tv commercials previously, not sure if you guys remember that’s this advertisement by the credit card company that allows people to tap and go with their purchases and a guy whom suddenly took out his dollars and cents, jammed up the queue entirely and caused […]

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Megumi Japanese Restaurant @ East Coast Road

As you have noticed, I probably have been baking too much without eating well nowadays ! So here I come, a short review of a pretty decent and relatively good Japanese restaurant that I patronize recently. And of coz, this is a non-sponsored post yeah. Located along East Coast Road, this small restaurant would probably […]

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An old school bake that never fails to delight ~ Pandan Layered Cake w Recipe

This is really an old school cake. Those of a kind we still see in neighborhood bakeries and loving that fragrant pandan kaya sandwiched between layers of pandan sponge cake. In fact, I felt that the sweetness of the pandan kaya overwhelms the cake all together and the sponge cake was literally an “extra”. It’s […]

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Simple & Delicious Japanese Egg Potato Salad with Sweet Corns 简易爽口的日式马铃薯沙拉

It’s such a irony that I went to this ramen shop for lunch and realised instead that the side dishes are in fact tastier than the ramen course itself ! We had some free flow of hard boiled eggs and compiled with a serving of mashed potatoes served separately. As it’s a Japanese restaurant, they […]

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[Recipe & Tips] Sinfully Delicious Kueh Lapis

The first impression that kueh lapis give people is… ALOT of work involved and gets intimidated by it. Yes, it does involve slightly more effort than our usual cakes, but considering the exorbitant price that this is being sold outside, I think it’s still worth that every bit to home made one. Especially when you […]

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Doesn’t these little cuties amused you ? Smile ~~ It’s TGIF !

Just a short ranting before the weekends ! Awww….this is hard work…. ok, not exactly that tough, but really trains your eye for details ! Especially the features on the piggies’ face ! So, if you notice it carefully, you can spot some defects, thus not perfectly done up still… But nevertheless, still cute right […]

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Aww….Mummy’s Pig Agar-Agar Jelly !!!!~~~~

The mama used to be very good at agar-agar jelly, but her legs aren’t in good condition these recent years, therefore she has since “retired” much from the home kitchen. Instead the papa took over the role and because of an up coming birthday chalet that the sister had so duly organised for him, he […]

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Azuki Bean Sesame Little Buns 红豆芝麻小面包

I would think red bean and azuki bean are technically the same thing except their country of origin differs and how they are being addressed in their respective producing countries. And because I bought this bean paste from Daiso, which is from Japan, it seems more appropriate to address it as Azuki bean ? Ok, […]

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