Flavours

  • T2 Tea Chai

    Making Warm, Fragrant Chai Tea Without any Fuss.

    I have always loved the warm spice and sweet comfort of a good chai tea recipe. This has come in so many forms for me, the earliest of which is masala chai, drunk while eating a South Indian meal (with my hands) at Little India’s Komala Vilas. The most distinct...
  • Nouri

    Nouri, “Crossroads Cooking” Influenced by the World

    Nouri is a wonderful dining destination that quietly opened its doors on the 17th of June. Quietly, I say because we went a month ago for dinner while they were still in preview mode. They had respectfully asked us not to post anything on social media until they were open....
  • T2 Tea

    Matcha and the Language of Love

    I realise that this will date AND reveal me as a hopeless romantic. However, let it also been known that in my 20+ years of marriage, my expectations of romanticism have been leveled… and far below my teenage fantasies. Still, let’s talk about T2 Tea, their matcha recipe and...
  • Missing the Tastes of Singapore in London: C & R Café

    Many years ago, whilst living in London, footloose and fancy free without kids (we call those times BC, i.e. “Before Children”), the Man and I discovered this little hidden gem, surreptitiously tucked away in a wee, cobbled lane in Soho – strictly two persons walking abreast. Needless to say,...
  • Fruitalicious Iced Tea Spritzer (by T2)!

    There is absolutely nothing better on a hot, sweltering day in Singapore than a T2 iced tea named the Fruitalicious Spritzer. I recently discovered how easy this was to make and believe me, it’s going to start featuring at any event I host in future. Tangy, sweet (but without...
  • T2 Tea

    Pro Tips to Get You Started on the T2 Tea Revolution

    Yes, I know, I’ve got the reputation of being a coffee fanatic. That’s easy to see with all the coffee articles I’ve been doing. However, tea has always been a favourite. Perhaps a bit more quietly, but a go-to drink when I want a bit of comfort. It was...
  • Bakalaki Singapore

    A Greek Taverna from the Heart – Bakalaki

    Greek food lovers rejoice, there is a brand new restaurant that just opened in Tiong Bahru. It is only five days old but I think it deserves a mention. I was just there for lunch so this review is, literally, hot off the presses and only two hours old....
  • Thrive Cafe

    Cafes in Singapore Worth Mentioning – June 2017

    Three more fantastic spots for coffee that I have found recently – Free the Robot, Punch and Thrive. There are so many fantastic cafes in Singapore now that it’s hard to keep up! Anyone care to help me? I hope to design a printable map with my faves mapped out...
  • Paleo Banana Bread

    A Sweet and Healthy Treat – Karin’s Paleo Banana Bread Recipe

    One of my favourite cakes is banana bread (not sure why it’s called bread and not cake though…)! I make this frequently at home. When Peter and I started eating Paleo about two years ago, this became my go-to sweet craving. I love that it’s both sweet and filling, yet...

Popular Posts