Lunch @ Braise

So dainty!

Has it been eight years already? How time flies. So, where should we celebrate another year of wedded bliss? Naturally, the stressful task of choosing the perfect venue fell on the foodie’s shoulders (mine, who else?). As we had to attend a workshop that night, I suggested taking the day off to indulge in a… 

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Win a Kylie Kwong: My China cookbook!

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Here’s a chance for AromaCookery readers to win Australian celebrity chef Kylie Kwong’s latest book! As part of their Christmas celebrations, Discovery Travel & Living is generously giving away 5 copies of Kylie Kwong: My China. Filled with delicious recipes and breathtaking photos, Kylie shares her thoughts and experiences as she re-discovers her Chinese heritage…. 

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郭亞吟潮州粿汁 Teochew kway chap

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Now, I don’t usually eat kway chap. This was hubby’s lunch order, but it was so yummy I ended up eating half of it! Apparently, this stall has a long history. Now operating in Amoy Food Centre, it was previously located in Ellenborough Market & Food Centre, nicknamed “Teochew Market”. Here’s an informative summary on… 

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Fried radish cake face-off @ Bukit Timah FC: Seng Kee vs He Zhong

Seng Kee's version, S$2.00

There are 3 kinds of street-style fried radish cake 抄菜头粿 in Singapore: the “black” version, “white” version, and not so commonly, the eggy pancake type. In the modestly-sized Bukit Timah Food Centre, there are two food stalls – Seng Kee Carrot Cake (#02-182) and He Zhong 合眾菜頭粿 (#02-185) – selling fried radish cake, and both… 

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inSing.com Tried & Tested feature: Christmas log cakes

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How time flies, it’s already December! The season for shopping, presents, and parties is upon us. And what’s a Christmas party without a log cake? If you’re bored of the usual chocolate/vanilla flavored Swiss roll-type log cakes, do check out the latest Tried & Tested feature as we taste and compare 5 very unique Christmas… 

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