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Fish Maw Soup Recipe 鱼鳔蟹肉羹

Today’s weather seems rather erratic. Woke up to a morning of haze and then it began raining cats & dogs for hours. What a depressing start for a Friday. Thought I would make something comforting, just to chase away the blues. Gotta be a hot & piping, hearty & wholesome soup. This is Fish Maw […]

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Chicken Soup with Chinese Yam and Clams

I was flipping through a Chinese soup cookbook at a bookshop some time ago just to get some inspiration for new soups to make and I came across this recipe that combined clams and Chinese yam. Normally I wouldn’t think of having both seafood and poultry in a soup as I felt the former would […]

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Ingredients for Steamboat, Easy Soup Bases and the Best Dipping Sauces

Update Feb 15: Went to Woodlands & Senoko for CNY food factory shopping and found a factory that specialises in a wide variety of steamboat ingredients at incredible prices. Check out my Chinese New Year 2015 Food Factory Wholesale Shopping @ Woodlands & Senoko post to find out more. I am currently planning on what […]

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T-One Steamboat 天下第一涮 @ Upper Thomson Road

The husband and I were scouting around Upper Thomson Road for dinner options when we came across this Chinese steamboat place at a corner. What beats having hot, piping steamboat to warm our tummies on a cool, rainy day! Besides, the husband had not tried such Chinese style steamboat before as I had only brought […]

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The Best Thing To Eat On A Rainy Day…

…is Steamboat! I’m sure many of you would agree with me 🙂 It’s the end-of-year rainy season now and I just crave for hot, piping steamboat. I just happened to see this Aerogaz induction cooker (with pot) deal at NTUC Fairprice atrium fair at AMK Hub. It only cost $33.90 for the whole set. Anyway, […]

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Lotus Root & Peanuts Pork Ribs Soup Recipe

If you’ve read my earlier post on my favourite lotus root soup from Shen Xi Soup (click here), you’d know how much I really love this soup. I try to cook it at home at least once every 2 weeks and it’s probably healthier than those from outside because I don’t add MSG or too […]

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Chicken Soup with Wolfberries and Red Dates Recipe

Often referred to as the poor man’s ginseng, codonopsis can be added to soups to increase its benefits for good health. It is commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is believed to support the functioning of the lungs and spleen, produce red blood cells, relieve stress, fatigue, headaches & high blood pressure, stimulate […]

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Ikea Meatballs and Chicken Wings Galore

Fancy travelling from one end of SG to another end just for a meal? That’s probably what we are starting to do at least 1-2 times a month. And Ikea is somewhere we visit rather frequently (despite always leaving the place empty handed – but tummy full!). Seafood Chowder ($3.00) I’m always a big fan […]

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Ramen Play 拉面玩家 @ Resorts World Sentosa

After an enjoyable evening of watching the Voyage de la Vie @ Resorts World, I was hungry for something soupy and just happened to see a Ramen Play opposite the theatre. Perfect. Didn’t manage to take good pictures of the restaurant though as it was near closing time. Nevertheless, we were in time to make the […]

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[Closed] Xu Yang Tonic Soup @ Blk 728 Ang Mo Kio

[Update Aug 2016: This stall has ceased operation.] Who says healthy food has to be bland? At least, I would give my thumbs up for the healthy tonic soups here. See the newspaper clippings pasted on the stall front. They had been rated by Channel U, Zao Bao, Wan Bao, Xin Min Ri Bao and […]

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