Monthly Archives: December 2015

banana walnut bread

This is my last post for 2015! And it has been a great year! I have cooked and baked so many things, many of which I had never done before…

roasted vegetable soup with bacon and croutons | cooking with left-overs

Every year, we serve roasted vegetables at our table for Christmas.  A bag of sweet potatoes, a bag of carrots and potatoes and yet, we still end up with left-over…

salted egg yolk prawns (牛油黃金虾) | A Review Of Purely Fresh Online Grocery Store

Growing up, I’d watch my mom add salted eggs to Century Egg Porridge. Sometimes she would add them to steamed egg custard. Other times, we would eat the salted egg…

no churn coffee ice cream with Chocolate Chips and Cacao Nibs

For many of us, our lives, including what we eat revolve around our kids. I mean, nowadays, when we do go out for dinner, the LAM and I have to…

seriously rich chocolate cake

Butter cakes, chiffon cakes, angel food cakes, black forest cakes. Gah, why do I have to choose? But sometimes, choose I must. Because I can only bake so many cakes in…

strawberry tea chiffon cake

One of the things I love most about chiffon cakes is their versatility.  As long as you get the proportions of the ingredients right, you can change the flavor of…

cocoa butter cake

It is hard not to fiddle with a recipe sometimes. Especially when the recipe is such a fabulous one.  What am I talking about? Well Mrs Ng SK’s famous butter…

korean soft toufu stew

The problem with toufu is that they are always on sale. That is a dilemma for an auntie like myself. To buy or not to buy? Well, usually the auntie-ness…

chocolate chip muffins

I wanted to make something quick and easy because the kids wanted a snack. Since my kids (or any kids for that matter) will eat anything with chocolate, I guess…

spicy italian sausage and cheese egg muffins

It is no secret that I abhor wastage. Today, as Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids, Yen from GoodyFoodies and I kick off Cook and Celebrate: Christmas 2015, I am going…