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S’mores Recipe

S’mores is a campfire delight that is popular in the United States. This dessert treat usually comes in the form of a graham cracker sandwich that’s filled with roasted marshmallow and chocolate. It isn’t necessary to specify portion sizes under the ingredients list as this S’mores recipe is incredibly easy to make. It’s really all […]

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Salmon Shioyaki Recipe (using salmon jaws)

The salmon jaw is never a popular part of the salmon as compared to the belly (that almost melts in the mouth) plus it’s more troublesome to eat it cos’ of the jaw bone and pectoral fins. However, I do think the salmon jaw is quite underrated as the meat in that area is actually […]

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Sesame Salmon Recipe (with Fresh Fig Salad)

I love figs but the ones we get here in Singapore are usually the dried ones which I would normally add into my breakfast oats or just have them with assorted nuts for a healthy snack. When I saw beautiful fresh figs at the supermarket (uncommon so buy if you see them!), I just had […]

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Saba Shioyaki Recipe (Salt Grilled Mackerel)

This is one of my favourite fish recipes because saba (mackerel) fillets are rich in omega-3 fatty acids/oil and are so easy to cook as I can just pop them in the oven without having to worry they might dry up or that they will stink up my kitchen (or my entire house), lol. Alternatively, […]

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Teriyaki Salmon Pizza Recipe

I had shared my love for thin-crusted pizzas in my earlier tortilla pizza recipe post. And this time I thought I would try something different by using chapati as my pizza base. Ok I must admit, I’m so into the chapati these days that it’s probably going to replace my regular tortilla ultimately, lol. I […]

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Spicy Chicken Apple Sausage Recipe

Been about 3 weeks now and I think my post-op recovery is going well so far. The swell (sometimes causes slight breathing difficulty but not a big deal) and pain are still there but I can easily move around and get out of the house now. Haven’t been doing any cooking so far (can’t lift […]

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Low Carb Cabbage Lasagna Recipe

A BIG HELLO and a BIG HUG to all! I’m so excited to be back with my ‘first’ blog post because that just means I’ve pulled through a very successful operation that has given me a new lease of life. And seriously, no words can describe that feeling. I will be sharing more about my […]

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Bento Box Idea #2: Nando’s PERi-PERi Chicken Bento

I recently started making bentos out of fun and curiosity to see where it might lead me to on my cooking journey and now bento-making is becoming like a hobby. Making bentos for lunch does have a number of advantages in my opinion. 1. Reduce food wastage from dinner the night before if you’re not […]

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ToTT Cooking Class with Chef Francois Mermilliod

Some of you may be familiar with Tools of the Trade (ToTT) which is the largest kitchenware and tableware retail store in Asia. Their flagship store at Dunearn Road is a one-stop culinary haven for anyone who cooks, bakes or hosts regardless if you’re a home cook, professional chef or a restaurant owner. If you […]

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Balsamic Honey Glazed Salmon Recipe

Oven baked salmon served with steamed vegetables is such a classic home-made dish because we know oil-rich salmon is good for us and such meals are just so easy and quick to prep. However it really can get boring over time so I like to play around with different sauces that I can glaze my […]

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Brown Rice Crispy Treats Recipe

I skipped gym for a few days last week while recovering from a cold and had so many leftover bananas cos’ I would normally have them with oats for breakfast on gym days. Kept them in the fridge and almost forgot all about them until I was at Phoon Huat earlier where I bought this […]

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Oven Baked Curry Chicken Recipe

Has anyone of you ever cooked a dish because it reminded you of your childhood or a very important person in your life? When I was in primary school, I was very fond of eating the fried chicken wings from the Malay stall at the school canteen because they had this hint of curry flavour […]

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Honey BBQ Chicken Recipe

Sundays are usually my no-cook days and sometimes we would just buy a ready-made rotisserie chicken from the supermarket. While such rotisserie chickens are generally inexpensive, tasty (might contain MSG too) with meat that just fall off the bones easily, I do find them rather greasy and at times, salty too. I had recently stocked […]

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Roasted Cannellini Beans, Carrots and Potatoes Recipe

Baked potato. Mashed potato. Corn on the cob. French fries. Onion rings. Salad greens. Coleslaw. Pasta salad. Steamed vegetables. Mashed cauliflower. Blah blah blah. I’m running out of ideas to create sides for my mains. So when the husband asked me if cannellini beans could be roasted in the oven, I thought it was just […]

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Banana Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

Been to the doc today because of a big lump that appeared on the front left of my neck. Suspected thyroid disorder but got to wait for blood test result next week to determine the severity of the problem. Praying that it’s only a normal thyroid problem that can be controlled with medication and not […]

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Chicken Tofu Burger Recipe with Kimchi

One of my recent food inventions was this Chicken Tofu Burger topped with crunchy, sweet & sour cabbage kimchi. Had been making a lot of burgers recently cos’ the husband and I got hooked onto this Korean drama (Jang Bo-ri is Here!) on Channel U hence we would eat our dinner in front of the […]

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