Little Pockets Of Surprises With Fruity-Stuffed Chicken Breast Fillet

This is a totally new dish in the sense that I’ve never cooked nor eaten it before. Strangely, it’s a dish that isn’t very popular in Singapore, at least as far as I know of.

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Mein Traum Lebt Am Moment. Bitte Bleibt Dieser Moment Für Immer.

Ich war an einem Tag entlang der Straße gegangen und plötzlich hatte ich ein Gedanke: Ich bleibe am Moment, wie ich im Traum leben würde. Ich sagte mich dann, dass ich dieses Jahr alles voll genießen muss, denn es gibt vielleicht nur einmal pro Leben, wenn man seinen Traum erfüllen könnte.

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Fried Rice with Omelette Tastes So Good!

I’ve always been lazy about making an omelette first before frying the rice. I’m even lazier when it comes to cooking the rice first and leaving it overnight. But having finally tried that, I must say, it’s really worth the effort!

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Rice Pudding with Mixed Fruits In Three Simple Steps

We finally decided to give it a try – rice pudding. It seems like a favourite among the Westerners here, and in any case, curiosity finally got the better of us, so, here goes!

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Learning The Ancient Language – Hieroglyphs

How To Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A Step-By-Step Guide To Teach Yourself (Mark Collier & Bill Manley)

This is probably the world’s most difficult language. I’m into my 5th week of hieroglyphs lesson. My hieroglyphs lecturer, who’s a PhD student doing research in the area of Egyptology, told us that not many people were literate then and were hence unable to read hieroglyphs – they were meant only for the the eyes of the Egyptian Gods.

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