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Ma Lai Gao Recipe

Ma Lai Gao (马来糕) is a traditional steamed sponge cake that is soft, fluffy and brown in colour because of the use of brown sugar. It is a common dish found in many dim sum restaurants. That’s why Ma Lai Gao is also known as the Cantonese Sponge Cake. Besides dim sum places, you can […]

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Udders Singapore – Local Artisanal Ice Cream Brand Still Going Strong

Used to patronise the Udders outlet at Thomson Road almost every week when I was working in the vicinity. And now whenever I come to United Square, I would still stop by Udders for an ice cream treat or specifically, Mao Shan Wang Durian ice cream – which is still the best durian ice cream […]

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Dorayaki Recipe (Japanese Red Bean Pancake)

The first time I heard of the word dorayaki was when I was a little kid because I often watched Doraemon on TV and the dorayaki was his favourite food. Probably that was also why I loved snacking on them because Doraemon made them look so tasty, lol. Anyway, the dorayaki is basically made up […]

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Happy Avenue – Artisan Home Baked Cupcakes & Decadent Treats

* Sponsored Review * What started as an impromptu charity bake sale to help raise funds for a needy family 1 1/2 years ago has unfolded a new chapter for Singaporean cake artisan, Judy Then. Judy once passed by Happy Avenue at MacPherson Road and had that road name etched on her memory since then. […]

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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 🙁 But it’s not a bad thing after all. Cooking and baking […]

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The Muffinry Bakery & Cafe – Gourmet Muffins

  I recently spotted this little bakery shop tucked away in a row of shophouses while on the way for a team lunch with my colleagues and vowed to return to try its muffins. Shortly after, my colleague bought some for us and I must say they have one of the best muffins I have […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie – Go Napoleon!

This has always been one of my favourite patisseries in town. Just a simple “no frills”, “to-go” counter located at Takashimaya’s food hall. Classy French style of packaging   Napoleon ($6 per slice) Three layers of French style puff pastry with a layer of soft sponge and freshly whipped cream with sliced strawberries and icing […]

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