Category Archives: Food for Thought

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands And Its 6 Celebrity Chefs

Image credit: pixabay.com In an attempt to draw in more customers to its gaming areas, Marina Bay Sands have lined up a tasty array of restaurants spearheaded by celebrity chefs. These magicians in the kitchen have opened their first restaurants … Read more

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Food Blogging For Dummies By Kelly Senyei

I’m really glad that I found this book in the library last month. I’m even happier that I borrowed it (I’ve always refused to borrow any books from the Dummy series due to its explicitly derogatory implications). After reading through … Read more

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The Connoisseur’s Guide To Meat (By Jennie Milsom)

This book was a gift from a friend… well, sort of. Just by looking at the cover, one would not be too wrong about it being a very traditionally English and European-based cookbook. And it is, indeed, given the wide … Read more

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The Medieval Cookbook That I Read

The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black. Source: The Folger Shakespeare Library It must be strange to hear of anyone reading an entire cookbook, but that was what I just did. This book provides a fantastic insight beyond the dishes these … Read more

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The Etiquette of English Tea & The Stories Behind Scones, Teacakes And Shortbreads

This was a gift from the Education Department at the Tower of London, a small little handbook on tea appreciation. What I love about it is that it is easy to digest (along with a cup of English tea), and … Read more

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