Emmanuel Peranakan Cuisine: Homecooking away from home
What a lot of us need is to be able to eat a home cooked meal even when we are unable to cook at home.
When I was growing up, dinner was always rice with meat, veggies and soup. It is a nice balanced meal and should be the staple for most Chinese families. Unfortunately, with most people having to eat out, most end up eating a plate of char kway teow or a bowl of noodles instead. These are great one bowl dishes but not very nutritionally balanced.
Ocean Fish Head Curry: One Part Money, One Part Goods (一分钱,一分货)
What is the price of a BMW? The answer is obvious right? You can’t really tell until you know the make, model and the year of registration. Everyone knows that. But when it comes to food, it seems that people throw simple logic out of the window. How much is this Curry Fish Head? “$40″. […]
Someone mentioned a $2 Economic rice which comes with two meats and two vegetables? Yes, Damien already alerted us to this particular stall. And the food is pretty delicious! I had my usual stir fried cabbage with sweet and sour pork as the yardstick to determine how good the food is. I am glad to […]
Bukit Merah View Teochew Porridge: Will the Real Teochew Ah Hia please stand up?
The original Chef has passed away and the stall has been taken over by Ye Shang Hai and is now located opposite the original stall in the newly renovated food centre Today was the day I found out I did not qualify to be a True Blue Teochew Ah Hia! Oh, don’t misunderstand me. I […]
Xin Long Cooked Food: The Alternative to a Homecooked Meal!
With smart, iwatch_ueat and carnineviand I always find it difficult to write about “Economic Rice” because there is always so many dishes in each stall and there is no standard items that you can compare “apples with apples”. So what I have done is to ask the Lao Ban Niang to give me a plate […]
Big Scissors Curry Rice: Maxwell Food Centre Part 4 of 8
With smart, SurprisePocket, jezzz and iwatch_ueat What really catches your eye at this Stall is the variety of different dishes that you don’t usually see at the usual Chap Chye Peng (Variety of dishes with rice) Stall. We already tasted food from 8 different stalls, so we were already quite full and have expended 2 […]