Aaaand here’s another episode of lazy air frying! Prep time: 10 min (can be cut down) Bake time: 15-20 min I have added 2 new tools to the stash… a tiny non stick baking tray (so I can save on aluminium foil) and also a julienne peeler (so I can act zucchini noodles).
Pohtecktoes and I were invited to visit the Company of Cats the other day – Chinatown’s first Cat Cafe!
If you’re a big fan of movies like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar and How to Train your Dragon, here’s good news for you: there’s a DreamWorks Animation exhibition on from tomorrow onwards at the ArtScience Museum.
This one’s for the LINE fans: the LINE pop up store is back at 313@Somerset, Lvl1 Atrium from 8 June – 5 July 2015!
I just spent some part of the night deciding what things I’m ready to trash. I’m a hoarder, and I realize I hoard for the same reasons I blog and I instagram, because I want to hang on to memories I’d otherwise forget.
Total time needed: 15min Hello lazy girls. This one requires a little bit more prep, only because you have to crack eggs and take stuff out of their wrappers.
[Invited Tasting] I have a confession to make: I love going to Bangkok and just eating EVERYTHING along the streets – most times that’s the reason why I always get sick when I’m there… thankfully Nara Thai’s brought the street flavours of Bangkok back to Singapore in a comfortable, clean and hygienic setting Started off with some meat: Gai Tord Kapi – Deep Fried Chicken in Traditional Thai Shrimp Paste, $10.90 This wins because it basically tastes like har cheong gai; is crispy outside and juicy inside… just a damn good fried chicken.
Total time needed: ~20min (no prep) Total cost: ~$4 per serving Satisfaction: PRICELESS Not really. Just wanted to type that.
I am thankful that my mind and body are capable of emotional catharsis; when words fail me I have pencils and paint as tools.
[Invited Tasting] This was my 2nd time having mookata and I must say it’s always pretty fun. What I don’t like about cooking is the prep and washing up after; you can act 1x masterchef without having to do any of that while having mookata.
This one’s for the people who don’t live in Singapore: the next time you learn you’re in transit in Singapore for a few hours, REJOICE!
On our recent road trip in Queensland, Hendric and I had the opportunity to eat at many many places and I really want to share them with you!
About 3 months ago Mandy Len Catron’s article, titled “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This” was making its rounds around Facebook.
Imagine this: Taking a dip in the clearest freshwater lake, getting up on a paddle-board and attempting to keep your balance while your friends banter and threaten to push you off.
For your entertainment, here’s what Hazelle put together for the Unravel Travel campaign: My top 5 picks on what to do in Semarang: 1.
Hey guys, this post is really an entry to attempt to win a 4D3N stay at Paresa Phuket, Thailand. I’ve visited their webpage and Paresa looks like a dream to live in – it’s the only resort on Kamala’s Millionaire’s Mile, perched on the seaside slopes, amid tropical forests, over azure blue waters and a picturesque panorama of the Andaman Sea. Why I want to win?
We’re off! Thanks to the folks behind Unravel Travel and Changi Airport Group, Hazelle, WX and I were headed to unravel Semarang, the capital and largest city of the province of Central Java.
Paddy Hills is a newly opened cafe that caught my eye on Instagram because the food was just absolutely stunning looking.
I’ve been slacking off on my food posts, I apologize. I know you all expect more from me. This was a thing from way back, but it was such a rare gem, I had to write about it.
I’ve been told I am superbly blessed to be surrounded by Singaporeans who have taken the path less travelled (and succeeded).