There is nothing quite as seductive and unctuous as a shiny slab of Dong Po Rou. The recipe is actually quite easy as it only requires a few easily available ingredients, but you will need to be patient and allow the passage of time to turn it into a piece of heaven on a plate.
This particular laksa stall has been on my "to do" list ever since I wrote about the neighbouring Delicious Duck Noodles stall a decade years ago! Somehow I just never got to it as they are usually sold out before I end my morning clinic.
MasterChef Singapore Season 2: Sizzling with excitement!
The 2nd season of MasterChef Singapore has just started and after watching the first episode I must say that there are many talented chefs-to-be on our little island just waiting to be discovered! There was an eclectic mix of contestants ranging from Derek Cheong, the culinary geek who took a year off University to join […]
Remember Lavender Food Square? They used to house famous hawker stalls like Kok Kee Wanton Mee, Miow Sin Carrot cake and Albert Street Prawn Mee. The hawker centre, together with the neighbouring Eminent Plaza were demolished in 2014 and in its place now stands ARC 380. The building has been in operation since 2018, but […]
18 Chinese New Year Recipes to usher in the New Year!
With Chinese New Year just around the corner, you might be planning what to cook. Here is a compilation of some of the best recipes we have posted over the years which is perfect for ushering in the New Year!
When I wrote my 2nd sweet and sour pork recipe in 2015, I thought that was my final recipe. I couldn’t think of what else could I do to make it better. Then, in my last trip to Hong Kong, I experienced the most sublime sweet and sour pork ever and that became the inspiration […]
Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake: A Blast from the Past
Time flies! It’s been 10 years since I wrote about this particular stall at Tanglin Halt market and food centre! It’s so good to see that Mr and Mrs Deng are still busy making their traditional peanut pancakes! This time round, I managed to interview Mr Deng for an episode of “On the Red Dot”. […]
This little chef owner Zi Char is another one of those places best described as a "Hidden Gem". Tucked below an old HDB flat in Bukit Ho Swee, it is the kind of place that no one really goes to unless you are living around the area.