Category Archives: Soup

Double Steaming Fish Maw Soup In Young Coconut

Double steaming is a common method used in Chinese cuisines to cook soup with ingredients that are expensive (e.g. bird’s nest, herbal soup). This is usually done in a ceramics jar or sometimes even in melons or coconuts which can … Read more

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Grießklößchensuppe (German Semolina Dumpling)

Week 1 of partial lockdown in Singapore. WFH and HBL – these are some of the things that you see being mentioned very frequently everywhere, on social media, on the papers, in groupchats etc. We decided to bring the boy’s … Read more

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Classic Potato Chowder

It’s a very hot and sunny weekend. In fact, it has been this kind of weather throughout most of the week. Kind of missing the weather in London now, missing the feeling when you step out of the room and … Read more

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The Ever Auspicious Fish Maw Soup

The smell of fish maw in the kitchen was very strong as I was boiling this ingredient in preparation of making this soup the night before. It smells like Chinese New Year; smells like how the kitchen and the entire … Read more

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Old English Buknade Pottage (Chicken Stew)

First dish of 2019 – an old English classic with a simple yet stunning flavour. Old English buknade pottage, made of leftover meat that’s cooked into a stew (‘pottage’ means ‘stew’).

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