One A Penny, Two A Penny, Pork Floss Bun!

Pork floss buns used to be the craze about fifteen years ago, when the Bread Talk Group emerged in the market. Back then, their buns were relatively medium-sized (not big, but not too small either) and consumers loved to watch the bakers knead their dough behind the open-concept kitchens....more

Stir-Fried Leek with Tau Kwa

I finally know! That the leaves of a stalk of leek can’t be eaten. It sounds silly, but I’ve never bothered about leeks until now. I believe curiosity got the better of me, and lucky for me, there are so many online videos available to teach me how to cope with the strangeness of nature....more

A Pot Of Spanish Paella Full Of Mussels

Microwavable Claypot Rice Without The Claypot

A dish cooked in a claypot should be served only if it can be served piping hot.Given a desperate lack of time spent at home, I’ve decided to take the easy way out, thence the ‘microwavable claypot rice’....more

Chilli Udon – A Variation Of My ’3-Minute Meal’

Just thought I should do something else today to heal my swirling brain, after a whole day of non-stop,delirious and sometimes nonsensical marking....more

Another Mama’s Recipe – Sambal Long Bean

It’s another simple dish, on another simple day, after another mad round of unbelievably intense marking. I believe I use the same method to cook almost all kinds of vegetables – kang kong and… – let’s keep it to vegetable (Sing.). Maybe I don’t cook that many types of vegetables after all. How many different kinds are there anyway?...more

Yummyliciously Hot Sriracha Honey Chicken Thighs

 It’s time to get your fingers licking good!...more

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