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Apple and Blueberry Crumble Cake Recipe

My husband taught me how to make Apple Crumble previously. It’s his specialty as it’s probably the only sweet treat he has ever mastered to make. ๐Ÿ˜† But of course, it’s also a dessert treat that means something special to the both of us (click on the apple crumble link above to read the full […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie (Revisited)

This is the third time I am reviewing Rive Gauche because it’s really one of the few patisseries in Singapore that I go to frequently for my sugar fix. Read my previous review here. This time round, the husband brought home these two delightful treats to cheer me up as I was feeling a little […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie @ Takashimaya

The moment I set my eyes on the Napoleon a few years ago, Rive Gauche (pronounced as ‘Reeve Go-sshh’ in French) has become my go-to patisserie for this French classic mille-feuille pastry. It has never failed me to date whenever I need that occasional sweet treat to reward myself. French puff pastry with soft, moist […]

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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 lightย in the US this year and is famously known as the ‘Cronut’ whose name has been trademarked by its original creator,ย Dominique Ansel Bakery, both in the US and worldwide.ย In […]

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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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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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