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Weekend Cooking: What I ate at Singapore Day

The day we had been waiting for finally arrived! It was the first ever Singapore Day to be held on the west coast!

Singapore Day has been held once a year in a different city since 2007. 466 more words

Reading

Chocolate, cherry, and hazelnut fougasse

A little over a year ago, a dear friend (and fellow graduate student) and I had an idea: to cook our way through an entire cookbook. 970 more words

Brekky

Sweet corn tofu frittata with roasted cherry tomato compote

Fretting about the impending end of corn season? Can’t face the idea that tomatoes will soon disappear? Wondering what kind of unjust higher power might make summer produce season so short and winter “produce season” so long? 722 more words

I Love Leftovers

Weekend Cooking: The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake



It’s been a while since I’ve read a food book.

Or at least it feels like a while.

On a WhatsApp chat with my friends in Singapore – we’ve known each other for 20+ years since we were in teenagers in secondary school – one of my friends mentioned Aimee Bender’s… 644 more words

Reading

Easy Ices for hot summer days

Too hot to cook and a bank holiday looming – then these lovely fruity fresh recipes are just the thing to give everyone a cool treat.  575 more words

Summer

Weekend Cooking: A two Michelin-starred meal in Singapore

I keep meaning to write a post about what we ate in Singapore. I mean to talk about all my favourite local foods that I gobbled up, but I think I will write that in another post. 995 more words

2016

Pop Pop's Spaghetti and Meatballs

There are some recipes you never change. Recipes that are shared from generation to generation, bringing with them memories of family meals filled with stories and laughter. 381 more words

Weekend Cooking