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  • Sushi Kanesaka

    Sushi Kanesaka at Tokyo Ginza

    THIS. The pièce de résistance of my entire trip – two Michelin starred Sushi Kanesaka. I had wanted to try the Singapore outpost (Shinji at St Regis) for ages but the hefty price tag always put me off. However, now that I was in Japan, there was nothing that was...
  • North East Bangkok Thai Food Mishell Leong

    When in Bangkok… Revisiting our Honeymoon Destination and Thai Food

    Our last trip to Bangkok was approximately seven years ago, freshly married, Bangkok marked the beginning of our six month honeymoon around Asia. Yup, six months. So, this trip brought back a lot of nostalgia related to our pre-kids life. The most prominent in our minds? The smells and tastes...
  • FATCAT Ice Cream Bar Butter Beer

    FATCAT Ice Cream Bar, Fab Fun for the Family

    “Butter Beer” was all my Darling Husband (DH) needed say to convince me to haul the kids over to FATCAT in Bedok and check out this ice-cream bar. I was  inspired to write a rave review for FATCAT Ice Cream Bar for the numerous reasons which I will elaborate on shortly. Although,...
  • Be a Food Writer

    Be a Food Writer!

    If anyone had told me when I moved to Singapore that I would be writing about food, coffee and other things that I love, I would have told them they were crazy. Yet here I am… I started blogging years earlier for personal reasons. Then I decided to blog about cafés and restaurants...
  • Mastering the Art of French Cooking

    Cookbook Club Competition Round 2

    If there was any cookbook that I wanted to cook from, Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking would have a been near the top of my list. It was the non-fiction book and subsequent movie Julie & Julia that put this cookbook on my radar in the first place and that...
  • They’re out! The Cookbook Club Competition Round 1 Results

    It was Saturday evening, the 19th of November 2016 when our five teams met up for an epic battle in Round 1 of the Cookbook Club Competition (read our previous article here). We had chosen to cook from David Thomson’s book Thai Food, a thick compendium, gorgeously covered in Thai silk, filled with advice and anecdotes...
  • The Cookbook Club Competition

    It started easily enough. A random WhatsApp message between a group of friends suggesting that we try a Cookbook Club. What a great idea! We are a highly social bunch here in Singapore so an idea like this would work well. Basically a potluck with friends but each of us cooking...
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