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Shi Fu Ge Salted Egg Fish Skin – Worth Splurging Your Calories On

I love anything salted egg and I can never resist crispy fish skins too. So whenever I spot salted egg fish skins for sale, it’s impossible that I will give it a miss. One of my all-time favourite brands is the Dangerously Addictive Irvins Salted Egg Fish Skins that I had highly raved about some […]

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Ikan Bilis Recipe – Crispy Anchovies with Peanuts

Ok, I wouldn’t really call this a recipe as it only involves putting two ingredients into the oven. A bottle of ikan bilis (dried anchovies) with peanuts is something that I always have in the pantry as I like to sprinkle them over plain porridge or vegetable stir-fry. I’m quite fussy about what type of […]

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Shandong Bing Jia 山东饼家 @ People’s Park Complex, Chinatown

When you come up the escalator from Exit C of Chinatown MRT Station, turn left towards People’s Park Complex and you’d see this new Chinese eatery just outside the entrance of the complex, that serves up sizable pan-fried meat buns, pancakes and rolls at cheap prices. How can I just leave without trying my favourite […]

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Breads @ Dough & Grains Bakery, Tiong Bahru

During my Tiong Bahru estate roaming tour, I came across this lovely bakery just opposite the Tiong Bahru Market after whiffing a slight aroma of chinese herbs as I was walking past it. I then realised that this must be the (first) bakery in Singapore that specialises in various healthy breads that are made of […]

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Crodos (Croissant Donut Hybrid) from Da Paolo Gastronomia @ Great World City

If you could have the best of both worlds, what would it be? How about a croissant-cum-doughnut? Or a Crodo? This unique pastry first came to light in the US this year and is famously known as the ‘Cronut’ whose name has been trademarked by its original creator, Dominique Ansel Bakery, both in the US and worldwide. In […]

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What to buy from South Korea? (Part 1 of 3) Snacks Attack!

The husband is back from Seoul. And I feel like I’ve also came back with him. All thanks to communication technology, we were able to keep in touch constantly. Whenever he went sight-seeing with my in-laws, he was able to broadcast ‘live’ sights and sounds which was quite a surreal experience because it was as […]

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Lemon Shortbread Recipe

Shortbread makes a good snack with a hot cup of tea. And a lemon flavoured one gives a citrus punch to the crumbly cookie, making it taste refreshingly light. My father loves his traditional Scottish shortbread but enjoys these home-made lemony ones just as much. Lemon Shortbread Recipe Ingredients (makes approx. 8 wedges) 150g plain […]

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Lao Ban Soya Beancurd 老伴豆花

Original flavour ($1.50 each) A colleague recently recommended me to Lao Ban Soya Beancurd when we headed to Old Airport Road Market and one taste of the beancurd completely changed my mindset about what this dessert is all about. Needless to say, I had been thinking of this since the last time I had it […]

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Garrett Gourmet Popcorn

Macadamia CaramelCrisp ($9.00 for small bag) Who would ever expected popcorn to be that exquisite that this gourmet outlet would just spruce all over town in a flash? Every time I walk by a Garrett popcorn shop, I’d marvel at the long queue of people who are willing to pay a substantial amount of money […]

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3 Bites Full Handmade Premium Nougats

I discovered this interesting sweet treat kiosk during a lunch time walk at Raffles Xchange (Raffles Place MRT) and was quite fascinated by the pretty packaging of these nougats. I was given a sample of the cranberry nougat and simply fell in love with it. Cranberry nougat ($7.80 per pack of 10 pieces) Generous servings […]

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KFC Double Chocolate Egg Tart

Double Chocolate Egg Tart ($1.30 per piece or $7.50 per box of 6) Once bitten, twice the pleasure. That was how the tart got its name. Indeed when I first ordered the tart, the melty chocolate lava that was oozing from the top really got me all excited. Unfortunately, I couldn’t taste the difference between […]

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