These Are Just Some Of My Favourite Things!

Every now and then which is quite frequent actually, I love to indulge in what the health freaks call junk food or what the food snobs refer to as pedestrian food! They may be rubbish but I swear they are delicious garbage! I know my mom, my doctors and dentist would frown. Fats, sugar and … Continue reading

Nonya Kueh 娘惹粿 @ Glory Catering

After a heavy lunch at Delicious Boneless Chicken Rice, we still had room for kopi and some kueh (also spelled as kuih). Glory Catering is just down the road so we went there. There are several types of kueh and in Singapore, the two most popular kueh origins are the Chinese Kueh (some found in … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 6

Did you noticed that I spelled Sungei with an “e” when it should be Sungai with an “a” ? I guess you can tell if a person’s from Singapore or Malaysia just by its spelling. It should be Sungai Lembing as I found out. In bahasa Melayu (Malay language), sungai means river and lembing means … Continue reading

Kampong Glam

Last Sunday, I participated in a street photography outing organised by Benny. 11 people turned up at the appointed venue – Kampong Glam. Kampong Glam (甘榜格南) is a neighbourhood in Singapore. It is located north of the Singapore River, in the urban planning areas of Kallang and Rochor. The name of the area is thought … Continue reading

Jubilee Coffee House & Bar

“And suddenly it’s hard to find the memories you left behind. Remember, do you remember? The laughter and the tears, the shadows of misty yesteryears. The good times and the bad you’ve seen and all the others in between. Remember, do you remember the times of your life?” – Paul Anka Benny and I were … Continue reading

Sweets For You, My Sweet!

I know I’ve been neglecting my blog and so here’s my sincere apologies and a treat for you 😀 In June 1905 in England, Cadbury made its first Dairy Milk bar, with a higher proportion of milk than previous chocolate bars, and it became the company’s best selling product by 1914. George Cadbury Junior, responsible … Continue reading

Delighting Me Always!

Aforetime, in English, it was alternatively known as Lumps of Delight! This dessert is slightly exotic and is known by many people who have read the book “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”. This would do well for a tea party, a holiday party, or even if you just wanted to surprise someone. – … Continue reading