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Comida Fiesta – For Spanish-Inspired Filipino Cuisine

Off to the east for Spanish Filipino fusion food! We came across Comida Fiesta when we stopped by Expo for some shows previously and thought we would come here for lunch since we were heading to Changi City Point to look for trainers at the same time. It was almost 3pm on a Saturday. Didn’t […]

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Thai Yellow Curry Recipe

Earlier I had mentioned that I had bought the entire (well, almost) range of Maepranom brand curry pastes and this was the Yellow Curry that I had made. It tasted somewhat similar to the regular Chinese style curry which was not bad though I still prefer my usual A1 Instant Chicken Curry Sauce (see my […]

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Thai Style Hot and Sour Curry Recipe

I don’t remember eating a hot & sour curry in Thailand or any Thai restaurant before so when I saw this Maepranom Brand’s Hot and Sour Curry Paste, I just had to grab one to try. This hot and sour curry tasted pretty unique because the spice paste contained shrimp paste so overall, it was […]

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Mango Sticky Rice Recipe

Mango sticky rice is one of my favourite Thai street foods. It’s a dessert that I wouldn’t mind eating every day (or every meal, lol) whenever I’m in Bangkok. It’s just a very simple dessert but somehow the ones I’ve tried here in Singapore cannot be compared with those found in Bangkok because either the […]

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Pad Prik King Recipe

Pad Prik King is a dry Thai curry that doesn’t have coconut milk in it. The curry paste is basically stir fried in oil till fragrant before adding any meat and/or vegetables. Earlier I had bought like the entire range (well, almost) of Maepranom brand curry pastes which included this Phad Prig Khing curry paste. […]

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Citrus Bistro opens its doors at Sengkang Sports Centre

Get 10% off your bill when you dine at Citrus Bistro (Details at the end of this post) Had a media tasting on our hiking day so we put on our exercise gear and took a 8km walk from Ang Mo Kio to Sengkang which took us less than 1 1/2 hours to complete. Definitely […]

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Thai Green Curry Recipe

Yesterday was red. Today is green. ? If you’ve missed out on my earlier recipe post, check out my Thai Red Curry Recipe. I’ve cooked and eaten Thai curries for two days back to back which I don’t mind because it’s a real time saver to use the Maepranom brand of curry pastes – very […]

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Thai Red Curry Recipe

Sawadee ka! I’m into Thailand mode this week because I’ll be rolling out my Bangkok travel posts very soon, woohoo! We ate so much stuff while there and I can’t wait to share all these good eats with you all. Stay tuned! ? Today, I would like to share a Thai Red Curry Recipe using […]

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Garlic Chicken with Chinese Celery Recipe

Chinese celery is very aromatic and grassy, almost like an intensified flavour of regular celery hence I seldom ate it and never cooked with it previously because of that. However, my opinion of Chinese celery had kinda changed since eating the oyster cake from Teochew Meat Puff. I had probably acquired the taste for it […]

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Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle – One Michelin-starred bak chor mee in Singapore

Was doing grocery shopping at Golden Mile Complex and decided to pop by Crawford Lane for bak chor mee. Ever since Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle received one Michelin star rating last year, I hadn’t been back and I thought it was about time for a revisit. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle Blk […]

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Fried Rice with Noodles Recipe

No, it’s not Fried Rice Noodles. It is Fried Rice with Noodles which is a combination of both fried rice and fried noodles in one. I’m not sure how I got the idea to do something like this but I just remember coming across this dish somewhere before. Anyway, I made this dish Asian-style like […]

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Japanese Chicken Katsudon Recipe

Chicken katsudon is a Japanese-style fried chicken cutlet rice bowl. Some restaurants like to serve the chicken katsu with a sweet & tangy sauce that’s made with ketchup and Worcestershire sauce but I prefer mine with dashi stock, egg and onions. My husband enjoyed the chicken because the outside was crispy and the inside was […]

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Singapore Roti John Recipe

I always chuckle when I think of roti john because it reminds me of the first time the husband and I played Taboo (Singapore edition). He hadn’t eaten roti john before and he didn’t know everything about Singaporean cuisine since he only moved to Singapore from the UK not long then but he managed to […]

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Singapore Chilli Crab Style Prawns Recipe

Singapore Chilli Crab is no doubt one of our iconic local dishes. While I do like to indulge in the chilli crab from Jumbo Seafood every now and then, nothing beats the flavoursome chilli crab that my maternal grandma used to make. I came across Violet Oon’s chilli crab recipe a while ago and it […]

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Lor Mee 178 (鹵麵178) @ Tiong Bahru Market

I was craving for nonya kuehs and lor mee so I went gallivanting in Tiong Bahru for some good eats. Headed to Tiong Bahru Market for lunch and had queued up at Tiong Bahru Lor Mee Stall (#02-80) for at least 10 minutes but was told their Lor Mee had sold out by the time […]

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Thunder Tea Rice 擂茶 @ Lau Pa Sat Festival Market

When I was previously working at Raffles Quay, one of my colleagues recommended me to try this thunder tea rice stall. I remembered tasting thunder tea rice a very long time ago but didn’t have a great impression of it because the green coloured tea soup had a very strong flavour that I wasn’t too […]

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