Author Archives: cllism

Classic French Toast

French toasts used to be a dish typically served during Western style breakfasts, together with sweet accompaniments such as maple syrup, sweet berries (e.g. strawberries, blueberries) and butter to up the flavours. Nowadays, we can easily find this dish in … Read more

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Eurasian Sambal Acar Nanas (Pickled Pineapples)

It’s been almost two weeks since the Circuit Breaker was lifted. Working from home without the little one around has made lift a lot less stressful and a lot more predictable because I could actually make plans about what I … Read more

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Eight Treasures Congee (八宝粥)

This is a Chinese recipe that uses eight really healthy ingredients for brewing into a really healthy congee dish. It is supposedly a dish served during the cold months of winter as it keeps the body and mind warm. However, … Read more

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Nicely Chilled Osmanthus Poached Pear Dessert

Next week will be the first week during which the Circuit Breaker will be lifted (i.e. Phase 1 of CB being lifted). To be honest, nothing much is going to happen yet, except that the kids will be allowed back … Read more

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Mee Rebus With Homemade Rempah

We are into the final week of the Circuit Breaker now. But there’s still no excitement, no fanfare, nothing much yet to look forward to. Everything is still a question mark at this point in time.

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