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Recipe – Croque Monsieur with Perfect Italiano Cheese

Conque Monsieur is typically what you find at a French café and restaurant, with grilled ham and cheese in a sandwich. This is easily one of my favourite brunch items and can be very indulgent. I always thought Croque Monsieur is a more luxurious form of a sandwich, and difficult and time-consuming to prepare. After […]

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Perfect Italiano Festive Recipe – Ham and Mushroom Pasta Bake

December is the time when many get too busy with work, along with last minute Christmas shopping and cooking. I make it a point to cook once a week for the family even though work can be hectic. With the right ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes, it is possible. No excuses, because I had a ‘savior’. […]

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Samsung New Smart Oven – Cooking Has Never Been So Smart and Effortless

I cannot cook but I would like to cook. I do not have the time but I would like to cook. Not sure if any one reading this could be in the same situation as me, especially after a long day at work when all you wanted is a quick and effortless meal yet still […]

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I Love To #CookForFamily – Recipe of Simple & Easy-to-Cook Fried Bee Hoon

Every day a week, I will set aside at least one meal to cook for my mum. Not that I am a very good cook, but this is perhaps my little way to show that I care for her, and I love her. When I was younger, I liked to eat her bee hoon and […]

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Never Too Busy To Cook – Recipe of Grill Fillet With Vegetables

Never too busy to cook! So last week, Miss Tam Chiak and I conducted a cooking demonstration organised by omy.sg and Pansonic at the Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer. We were pleasantly surprised because registration closed fast after 4 days due to over, over, overwhelming response. The organisers expected 35 pax, but more than 200 […]

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IKEA Swedcook Class – Cold Shrimp with Mayo in Vol-au-vent shells

Talk about IKEA’s Swedish food, the traditional dish of meatballs with cream sauce and lingonberries, Najad salmon and Saithe Herb Crusted Fish comes to mind. Want to learn how to prepare some of this Nordic delights? I was invited for a Swedcook session by IKEA at Cookyn Inc, and Chef Mervyn and Rayner (from HisFoodBlog) […]

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Ketam Masak Lemak – Recipe for Spicy Coconut Flower Crabs

Crabs seem to be the hardest thing to cook, and definitely not a common thing to cook at home on an everyday basis. You can try this recipe of “Ketam Masak Lemak” – a famous Malaysian Nyonya dish where crabs in cooked with thick, spicy coconut gravy. The strong flavours of the spices and lemongrass, […]

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Recipe – Making Honey Ice Cream with Pineapple Tarts Bits

When faced with a tub of leftover pineapple tarts from the Chinese New Year, I decided to make them into pineapple tart ice cream. Crazy idea for my day off, and I thought it should go well with honey. So after an ice cream making course at Tom’s Palette and a $108 investment in an […]

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Cookyn Inc – Recipe of Grilled Slipper Lobster with Mornay Sauce

The thing about me is that I can eat, but I may not be able to cook. Therefore, part of pastime is to sign up for a cooking lesson or experiment with ‘convenience cooking’ at home. I was highly recommended by a girl friend to join ‘Cookyn with Mervyn’ because he was patient and personable […]

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SoEZ – Brownie Baking 101

I would have loved to bake if I had a proper kitchen and time. Opening up a cake shop has always been a dream (Partners anyone?). Anyway, the following recipe was from a demo class from SoEZ – Thank you Chef June for teaching patiently. Dough 1. Butter – 100g 2. Sugar – 80g 3. […]

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