Category Archives: Home-Made

The Big Sheila – More Chic-Chic Lunches to Come

[LEFT] The Big Sheila is located in Swan Lake Avenue. It’s opened by an ex-colleague who sent us personalized invitations. [RIGHT] It’s a small restaurant with just a cosy sofa corner and a long communal table. The big Sheila placed its daily offerings on the counters near the … Continue reading

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The Best Banh Xeo……is a Home-Made One

 The title of this post said it all. 🙂 Next on my “to master” list –Banh khot . I can’t find this dish anywhere in Singapore! Read Saigon Sandwich – Authentic Vietnamese Food in Singapore #10 Read Vietnamese Cafes – … Continue reading

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#CookForFamily – P

As part of the Cook for Family Initiative campaigned by Daniel, both K & I had some quality time in the kitchen whipping up a storm (ok, almost) and just having some plain good fun with our respective families. Here’s … Continue reading

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#CookForFamily – K

ENTRÉE GOI CUON (Fresh Spring Rolls with Shrimps, Pork & Rice Noodle) –  I learnt how to make this popular Vietnamese appetiser in Saigon cooking class. My family is very fond of this healthy snack so it’s an obvious choice for the #CookForFamily menu. … Continue reading

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[Sydney] When K meets P

OFF TO SYDNEY Truckload of Singapore delights arrived in Sydney – P & K love their hokkien mee! WINE & DINE [FROM TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE] Momofuku Seiobo – Sydney, Enzo – Hunter Valley, Milk + Honey – Canberra & Alpine Larder – Snowy Mountain. P & … Continue reading

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Katsuobushi (Bonito Flakes) – A Fond Childhood Memory

Do you know where bonito flakes came from? My first experience with what we affectionately called the “dancing fish flakes” was when takoyaki was introduced in Singapore during my Secondary days. My friends and I will queue up faithfully for the … Continue reading

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Charity Kappou – A Japanese Feast

Recently, our department held a charity auction that called out to all employees to volunteer their skill/talent/service for bidding – all proceeds went to our specified charity. P & I bidded for a Japanese Kappou – Casual Japanese cuisine offered by … Continue reading

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