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Tea Rice Recipe (inspired by the Japanese ochazuke)

This Tea Rice Recipe is inspired by the Japanese Tea Rice (or ochazuke) that I had at NTUC Foodfare @ Khoo Teck Puat Hospital some time back. It’s a soupy, hearty and comforting meal which is something that I like to have every now and then. Needless to say, it is extremely healthy too especially when […]

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Green Chilli Dried Shrimp Recipe

When J wanted to check out a new property recently, it just suddenly dawned on me that we are about to hit the 5-year MOP for our current flat. Probably not a good time to move yet. The Thomson-East Coast MRT Line will be ready by 2020 and that may just bring up the value […]

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Healthy Summer Berry Muffins Recipe

Sharing a Healthy Summer Berry Muffins Recipe today that’s packed full of fibre and antioxidants and yet have a lower GI (and sugar content too) than other regular muffins. What makes this recipe special is that these muffins contained no regular flour (all-purpose/plain).  They were made with pulverised rolled oats which was like homemade oat ‘flour’. […]

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Bangkok Food Guide – What to eat in Bangkok

What to eat in Bangkok? You may wonder. Thailand may be better known as the Land of Smiles but I’m sure many would agree that it is also the Land of Street Food and the perfect foodie’s paradise. Every trip to Bangkok is always a mouth-watering one. And there is just no reason not to […]

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Bangkok Airport Rail Link – Getting from Central Bangkok to Suvarnabhumi Airport

I don’t know about most of you but to me, I think the hardest thing about travelling is actually going home. Going back to reality. Back to our daily obligations. Back to our usual old routine. When it was time to say goodbye to the Land of Smiles, I still felt kinda sad. Even though […]

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Arunda Oriental Massage on Soi Phetchaburi 15

Besides good food and bargain shopping, I’m sure one other reason that draws many of us to Bangkok regularly is to pamper ourselves with a reinvigorating massage. And it’s just a bonus that massages in Thailand are also relatively inexpensive. Well, in fact, it’s so cheap that we can easily afford to have a massage […]

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Ban Khun Mae Restaurant in Siam Square, Bangkok

On our last night in Bangkok, we opted for a quiet and relaxing sit-down meal in one of our all-time favourite restaurants, Ban Khun Mae. After a week’s worth of street food overload, we just had to have something different. 😆 Ban Khun Mae is located in Siam Square, just across the road from Som […]

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