Category : Meat

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When I first heard Risoni, I thought it is a type of rice but actually, it isn’t! Risoni, also known as Orzo, are short-cut pasta shaped like rice. They were originally created as a rice substitute due to the lack of rice in Italy, according to the local we met in Florence. A key ingredient …
Italy is one of the most memorable places that my family had been to since we started realizing our lifelong dream of seeing the world. Italy has the most magnificent churches and cathedrals, museums with awe-inspiring artworks from the Renaissance maestros themselves, and fascinating monuments and structures. And who would forget that glorious Italian food! …
Busy as a beaver Saturdays!  On Saturdays, Albert attends his French lesson at the Agape Language Centre  but fortunately for us, we don’t have to accompany him to school. Starting late last year when he was still in Primary 3, he commuted to Agape by himself. But that didn’t mean that Alvin and I have …
After my job interview, Alvin and I met at Baja Fresh located near his office for some snacks. The restaurant serves traditional Tex-Mex food. I just recently saw Baja Fresh in the TV program “Undercover Boss USA” so I was quite surprised that they already have an outlet here in Singapore. I distinctly remember this …
Albert’s CA2(Continual Assessment 2) exams are over! Unlike the exams that I had taken during my elementary school days in the Philippines, my son’s primary school exams are really tough. Back then, I could study just the night before exams (though I wasn’t really considered hardworking student). In Singapore (at least in Albert’s case), we …
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