First time eating Mu-Er-Cai 木耳菜, literally translated as Wood Ear Veggie, which was harvested from Ah Bee’s (my ex participant of my Cooking Workshops) Lim Chu Kang nursery. I googled to get the English name of this Veggie. It is known as Ceylon Spinach, OR Brazilian spinach (according to my Malaysian friend)Continue reading “Mu Er Cai with Shrimps and Bacon”
Raining day. Best to cook Noodle or make a Japanese Ojiya (Rice with savoury broth) at home. I first make a Bacon & Prawn side dish. For one recipe, I pair with Noodle in soup. For the other recipe, I made a Japanese Ojiya.Continue reading “One Dish Two Style”
Created a East Meets West Claypot Rice in my Kitchen in Singapore. My Kitchen is my Playground to whip up new dishes each day.Continue reading “East Meets West Claypot Rice”
Pot-au-feu in Curry flavour. Yes, I created this French Fusion Soup (French Fusion Pot-au-feu) for my readers here from my kitchen in Singapore.Continue reading “French Fusion Pot-au-feu”
Wishing all members a GOOD FRIDAY from my kitchen in Singapore. Today is our Day 4 on CIRCUIT BREAKER MODE in Singapore. Got to ration the stock I have for cooking till 4 May.
Today, I am cooking a simple dinner of Sweetcorn Bacon Roll for two person. I am using 1 Corn on the Cob, 2 big slices of Bacon and 6 Asparagus.
Blessed Wednesday from my kitchen in Singapore to all reader here. It has been a busy day for me because at 11am I went to Kinokuniya Book Store at Takashimaya to collect my books that I ordered. Then zoomed across to Paragon to order the packed Japanese Lunch Box for my Samurai as lunch and went to have my favourite Nasi Lemak Tower for my lunch.
Then I went to supermarket to get my ingredients for cooking the next 10 days and also grabbed some canned food to keep stock. After that the whole afternoon was spent with my assistant doing some desk works.