Blend It With Chicken Liver Paté

I simply love paté. I love it so much I could eat just paté alone for a meal....more

My (Husband’s) Horrible Fried Rice – Voila Madame Monsieur!

Last December, while I was away in Dresden, my significant other decided, finally, to cook dinner for himself, a meal that involves neither maggi mees nor just the microwave alone. However, instead of jumping straight into the details of the recipe, let me start off from the last part of my entry:...more

Authentic Pad Thai With Sriracha Sauce

Pad Thai is one of Thailand’s most famous national dishes and widely popular with both the Thais and foreigners alike. What then makes for an authentic plate of Thai style stir-fried rice noodles?...more

Steamed Chicken & Minced Meat With Salted Egg To Make A Pot Of Wealth

I love how the colour of this dish turned out to be so rich and intense. The yellow from the ginger and the tender bisque from the chicken wings gave the dish an overall glow that beckons conspicuously to meet its fate....more

Shanghai Style Braised Pork Belly

Potato And Luncheon Cubes Bathed In Tomato Sauce

Tomato sauce goes well with most food, both as a dipping sauce and as a condiment. As the latter, it is easily absorbed to create flavour, which helps in creating a healthy and appetising outlook for the dish....more

The Iconic Singapore Fried Kway Teow! (新加坡炒粿条)

When I was doing my research for this recipe, my mind came to a sudden halt. ‘Fried kway teow’means very thin and flat rice noodles that are stir-fried. If that is the case, why do yellow noodles appear in the dish as well? In fact, for most time, those few plates of fried kway teow that I’ve eaten in Singapore have more yellow noodles than rice noodles....more

Fried Rice with Omelette Tastes So Good!

I’ve always been lazy about making an omelette first before frying the rice. I’m even lazier when it comes to cooking the rice first and leaving it overnight. But having finally tried that, I must say, it’s really worth the effort!...more

Korean Style Spring Onion Salad

Am making this salad, just for the fun of it.Read more from 'Korean Style Spring Onion Salad'....more

‘Prawn’-Orh Jian Without Oysters

I couldn’t find cheap oysters anywhere in the supermarkets; neither do I want to be cheated  to buy daylight -obbing groceries in Tiong Bahru Market again. So I resorted to using prawns to replace the oysters that are commonly used in this traditional Hokkien dish, hence the self-named dish....more