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Maple Loft – Old School Biscuits, Snacks & More

I am seriously addicted to Qoo10. And I’m not alone. ‘Cos I think the husband has a more severe addiction. ? We have been spending a good amount of time everyday, just sniffing around the Qoo10 website for interesting things to buy. Funny thing is, we don’t normally miss what we don’t have but once […]

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Tong Garden Nuts & Snacks

Thank you Tong Garden Singapore for this box of goodies which I had received before CNY but had only waited till now to enjoy because there were just too much snacks to eat at home. Variety is the Spice of Life. ? Well I’m sure most of you in Singapore are familiar with the Tong […]

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Poh Cheu Handmade Ang Ku Kueh @ Bukit Merah Lane 1

The first place that comes to my mind when I think of good ang ku kuehย (‘red tortoise cake’, a round or oval shaped Chinese-style pastry made of glutinous rice flour skin with a sweet filling) is actually not anywhere in Singapore but Season Bakery in Johor Bahru. My mum loves their ang ku kueh a […]

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Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring – The Best in Singapore

Whenever I’m near Paya Lebar, I will always head to Haig Road Market & Food Centre for putu piring but now I don’t have to do that anymore because my favourite stall, Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring, has opened an outlet near where I live. Woohoo! ๐Ÿ™‚ Two days again, I shared about this pretty […]

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Boon Pisang Goreng (Long House) @ Balestier Food Centre

Since trying Brickfields Pisang Goreng in KL, Malaysia (that was like the best!) during my last trip there, my love for goreng pisang was rekindled after so many years. While I was at Balestier the other day, I thought I would drop by Balestier Food Centre for Boon Pisang Goreng which was relocated to here […]

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Hao Qing Xiang ๅฅฝๆธ…้ฆ™ AMK 628 – Homemade Chee Cheong Fun, Steamed Yam Cake & Tapioca Cake

One good thing about having a BBC (British-born Chinese)ย husband (who shares theย same passion in food)ย as my BMB (Best Makan Buddy) is that I get to revisit many of my old favourite food places and also discoverย new ones too as we explore a different part of Singapore every week. He makes me see my homeland from […]

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Nonya Kueh from Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry is a neighbourhood bakery that specialises in traditional nonya kuehs, cakes and pastries. A simple shop front with no fanciful finishings, it exudes a type of old-school charm which I used to see back in the 80s. Totally unpretentious but filled with delectable snacks that bring back the fond memories of […]

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