How to make Sio Bak (Chinese Style Crispy Roast Pork Belly)
Sio Bak is actually quite a simple thing to do at home as compared to say, Laksa where you have to prepare a whole list of ingredients. All you need for a Sio Bak with a crispy rind and juicy, tender meat is a few simple ingredients and patience. The following video will show you […]
You might have read in the Sunday Times recently that our friend Liverpool’s Good Morning Nanyang Cafe was voted Best Kaya Toast in Singapore and a lot of it has to do with Liverpool’s freshly made kaya. Liverpool has very generously agreed to share his recipe with us and especially those who are living overseas […]
Video Blog: ieat learns to make Potatoes Duphinoise!
Here’s a simple potato dish you can whip up that is delicious and so easy to make! BTW, Chef Tim has just joined WineGarage as their head chef. So if you want to taste his food first hand, you know where to find him!
Did you know that this year marks the 150th anniversary of the invention of that iconic British dish, Fish and Chips? In order to celebrate this simple yet undeniably addictive British fare, I have asked our friend, Chef Tim to show us how to make a really good fish and chips! The chips were excellent […]
ieat loves Pizza: Experimental Video shot with the Canon EOS 7D
Since we have HD Video recording technology in our Canon cameras (I used a EOS 5D MkII and Melvyn a EOD 7D), we were toying with the idea of going beyond standard photos to see how we can make a blog post even more droolworthy. So here is a HD video we did on one […]
Filmed in HD with the Canon EOS 7D! Makes the steak look especially juicy, don’t you think? Many thanks to Sia Huat for supporting our Videos. I get most of my kitchen appliances at Sia Huat and the great news is that their Annual Warehouse Sale is just round the corner. Its going to be […]
In this final episode of our egg series, we look at the 62 degree egg which is very similar or at least based on the same principles as the Onsen Tamago or Japanese hot spring eggs. It is amazing how different the egg is when you cook it at a different temperature. Tim also shows […]
Video Blog: ieat learns to make a heart shaped scrambled eggs dish just in time for Valentine’s Day!
If you are wondering what you can do for your beloved this Valentine’s Day, may I suggest breakfast in bed with truffle mayonnaise scrambled eggs! We have divided the video into two parts. For those who are already struggling with cracking an egg properly, the video above is for you. But if you want to […]
In the 2nd episode of the “ieat learns to cook an egg series”, Chef Tim, tells me how to tell if an egg is fresh without having to crack it open. (Actually do you know how to tell if it is fresh even after you crack it open?). We also explore how to make a […]
When you first started to learn the English language you began with the ABC. When you first start to learn to cook, you probably began by learning to cook an egg. At least I did. But those were the days before instant noodles were invented. Nowadays, I think that there would be many more who […]
Chashu Ramen is currently enjoying a lot of popularity in Singapore. In this video, Chef Tom shows us a simple way of making Chashu Ramen at home. Many thanks to Sia Huat for sponsoring the videos.Sia Huat has just celebrated their 50th anniversary and is the biggest supplier of kitchen equipment to chefs and restaurants. […]
In the third part of our Japanese Cooking Series, I accompany Chef Tom to the supermarket where he tells us about the three key ingredients of Japanese cooking, namely shoyu, mirin and sake. Then we head back to the kitchen to make Chawanmushi which is one of my kids’ favourite dishes. The key to a […]