Author Archives: Karyn Thye

Italy

It’s amazing how 5 years passed by so quickly. Updates became infrequent these days as our lives are consumed with incessant busyness. Gone were the days where we go for our secret Wednesdays (usually good value lunch sets in town) and they are now replaced with pre-scheduled monthly dinners. One thing however remains constant …..our loveRead More

Happy Birthday, P!

Hitting the big 3 is a milestone after all or so “they” say. Have a blast!Read More

The Big W

We were a little quiet lately because we (P gave us a lot of help) were crazily busy preparing for my big W! The wedding went really well - T & I had a hell lot of fun on our big day. A big THANK YOU to our dear families and friends. T and I are really pleased with our wedding vendorsRead More

[Ultimate Hawker Fest 2014] Eating for fund

The Ultimate Hawker Fest marries the things that are so close to heart – food, hawker heritage and charity. For more information, visit the website. Although missing our biggest Hawker fan, K (who is happily honeymoon-ing in the land of Noma) – I am going to brave the crowd for the joy of being amongRead More

A Tribute to Eggs

As I laboured on some macaroons for mom’s 60th Birthday, I came to realise the importance of eggs. Eggs – they add flavours; they bind; they aerate; they beautify; they thicken; they are nutritious. Add Flavours: As much as they taste very good on its own, eggs add a special flavour to so many dishes.Read More

SG Blog Awards – Counting our Blessings!

Dear Readers, Once again, thank you all for the support all these while; special thanks to those who have gone out of the way by voting for us in our recent nomination in the SG Blog Awards 2014. Today, it is with great pleasure we share our small little good news with you – TADRead More

[Seoul] Off the Beaten Track

Noryangjin Fish Market What can be a better immersive experience than spending a couple of hours in the largest fish market in Seoul? We toured the market (got used to rude stares), ruined our shoes, held a live octopus and picked fresh seafood for our lunch. [LEFT] We were awed by the fishmonger’s swift filleting of the fish weRead More

HBD, Twice!

Another year, another candle. We celebrated this milestone at Narisawa which turned out to be really apt for this special occasion. We couldn’t get a reservation via the online system and were rather disappointed. We started searching for another alternative but decided to make one last attempt by calling the restaurant directly – After some pleading (and more pleading), we gotRead More

[Recipe] Teh Tarik French Toast – Powered by Panasonic SD–P104 Bread Maker

This is the last of three posts sponsored by Panasonic; we have been sharing our very own creations in these posts. As an expression of love and gratitude towards our loved ones, we also attempted to serve these 3 dishes as a 3-course meal to our families. Here’s for Desserts – Teh Tarik French Toast. In this final segmentRead More

[Recipe] Nasi Lemak Sandwich – Powered by Panasonic SD–P104 Bread Maker

This is the second out of three posts sponsored by Panasonic; we have and will be sharing our very own creations in these posts. As an expression of love and gratitude towards our loved ones, we also attempted to serve these 3 dishes as a 3-course meal to our families. Here’s for Main – Nasi Lemak Sandwich. I loveRead More