Carat Cake Recipe With Coconut, Pineapple, & Walnuts

Back in the days when there-was-no-life-before-social-media (oh really?), when human communications were not maintained through social status updates and responses in the form of likes, pluses or retweets and reciprocal engagements, back when internet was a whole new world to me, where I could buy recipes for US$5 sent via mailto (subscribed user@pacific.net), I stumbled … Continue reading

Penne Pasta Bake With Rotiserie Chicken And Condensed Mushroom Soup Recipe

Every now and then, I would go through my provisions and make a dish out of the selected ones ahead of their “best use before” dates. The condensed soup has been sitting in my cupboard for ages. It is time for it to come out of the closet. Pictured below were other ingredients I had … Continue reading

Truffle Fries Recipe

Just when you thought Truffled Fries are passé! Ingredients: 4 – 6 large Dry/Floury Potatoes (see note), skin on or off to your desire. Ice Cold Water. Oil, enough for deep frying. Salt (fine sea salt or truffle salt), to taste. 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon Truffle Oil (premium quality recommended). Black Pepper, optional. Parmesan, … Continue reading

Spicy Garlic Lemon Butter Sea Scallops Recipe

Mother’s Day is fast approaching but we’ll be celebrating this weekend instead, as on its actual day, my second grandson will be having his BAEK-IL 백일 (100th day celebration). Back on track, have you planned your Mother’s Day home dining menu or book that restaurant she’s been wanting to go? Please note that flowers and … Continue reading

Don’t Overbake Them, Brownies!

Question: Who lives by these rules? 1. Never quit. 2. Be yourself. 3. Don’t put too much flour in your brownies. My father was invited to visit her a few times after that. Once, he had heard that she was recovering from a serious car accident, and he stopped by to drop off a package … Continue reading

Spaghetti Pomodoro With Ngoh Hiang Recipe

Remember I made a huge batch of Ngoh Hiang earlier this year for Chinese New Year and said they can be frozen for future use? This is a sample of what can be done with ngoh hiang that I came up with at the last minute when my younger daughter visited me after work. I had just … Continue reading

Suck My Toasts!

You’ve heard of finger licking good fried chicken but how about toasts so good you don’t just lick, you’ll be sucking your thumb to get the last tastes??? Lol… Of course I’m biased when when it comes to my cooking but try these simple comfort food that you can make in a jiffy. You’ll be … Continue reading

TBT Wishes You A Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year!

Time really flies and year end is always the busiest with lots of birthday celebrations and festivities! With work commitments, Vanessa could only join us after work at around 7+ in the evening (please be reminded it is a Saturday and Christmas eve to boot). Christmas eve is naturally one of the busiest day for … Continue reading

24 Karat Edible Gold Dust Brownie

24 Karat Edible Gold Dust Brownie from Chalk Farm, a cake company in Singapore. Don’t worry, it didn’t cost me an arm or leg. A kilo cost S$60 and this chunk was one of the 12 slices so it cost me only S$5. That said, how was the taste? Like any good old brownie should! … Continue reading

2016 Mother’s Day Lunch At Open Farm Community!

I have waited 27 years to celebrate this day with my first grandchild! That’s not too bad considering I have friends who are still waiting… 😉 This year officially marks Valerie’s first Mother’s Day celebration (TJ was still in her womb last year) and we were looking forward to brunch at Open Farm Community where … Continue reading