A few days ago, my neighbor asked me what I’ve been “using” because she said that “my face looks better and I look younger”. I quipped that it’s probably because I don’t have so much problem nowadays. That made both of us chuckle. But seriously speaking, nothing really changed that much in the past two …
Ho! Ho! Ho! Christmas is just around the corner! And whenever I think about Christmas, Christmas dinner with my family always comes to mind. Today, I present my Herbed Roast Chicken recipe which will be in my Christmas dinner menu. (I’ll post a summary of my planned Christmas dinner menu later, once I complete the …
“Life itself is the proper binge.” ~ Julia Child I know, I know… my previous two breakfast recipe posts were quite “sinful” as they were a little bit loaded with carbs. That’s probably an understatement. As human beings, our self-control and discipline are sometimes tested by irresistible food. The flesh can be weak, and during …
Shepherd’s Pie is a classic dish from England, a means to use leftover roasted meat of any kind. In some countries, they call this dish ‘cottage pie’. Contemporary recipes usually make use of lamb or mutton, but since these are a little bit expensive here in Singapore, I substitute them with beef in my recipe. …
I woke up with a smile on my face. Still in dreamland for having a back-to-back acceptance from two of the top food porn sites in the Web: www.tatstepotting.com and www.foodgawker.com. These sites are well-known to food bloggers for being notoriously picky, especially when it comes to food photography composition. I submitted numerous food photos …
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