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Pineapple Tarts & Pastries from Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

Update: For Galicier’s 2014 CNY price list, please click here I have blogged about the nonya kuehs from Galicier last month (read my earlier post here) and I just couldn’t resist going back again. Pineapple tarts are one of the most popular Chinese New Year goodies here in Singapore and I must say they are […]

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Baked Doughnuts Recipe

It’s a donut frenzy! In order to come up with a moist, cake-like texture baked doughnut, I made 3 batches before I nailed it right. And the final batch of donuts turned out so good that the first 2 batches are now neglected πŸ™ But it’s not a bad thing after all. Cooking and baking […]

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What to buy from South Korea? (Part 3 of 3) Paris Baguette Cheesecake & Breads

The final instalment of myΒ What to buy from South Korea?Β series. Click here for Part 1 and Part 2. Husband’s brother and sister-in-law had highly recommended him to buy cheesecake from Paris Baguette, one of the top bakery chains in Korea. So he got the cake as well as a few other items from the outlet […]

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Thye Moh Chan ζ³°θŒ‚ζ ˆ @ Chinatown Point

Reputed for its famous traditional tau sar piah (bean paste pastry), Thye Moh Chan almost made its exit from history in 2011 by closing its doors. However the Breadtalk Group decided to preserve the legacy of this 70-year old Teochew bakery with three brand new outlets at Chinatown Point, Parkway Parade and VivoCity. I wasn’t […]

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Pezzo Pizza @ Ion Orchard

Recently, I have been seeing quite a number of Pezzo kiosks around. I was walking past one at Woodlands Xchange when someone inside suddenly gestured and ‘shouted’ to us to try their pizzas because they are ‘VERY NICE’ and the ‘BEST IN TOWN’. I was a little amused because the outlet looked newly opened and […]

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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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CHIPPY British Take Away

I love British street food. I have tasted good fish & chips while in the UK esp. the fresh cod ones. Not sure why this outlet is labelled as a British Take Away though I don’t recall seeing such greasy deep fried snacks around when I was there. Even my Brit husband said this was […]

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