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Monthly Archive for May, 2009

On May 11, a bunch of hungry food bloggers pigged out on gourmet burgers and ice cream! Yes, I met up with Evan, ladyironchef, Nic, Hungry Cow, and Keropokman for lunch at Relish (stay tuned for that post). After that, we walked over next door to Island Creamery. Six different flavors for the six of [...]

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Today’s our niece, Melissa’s third birthday! We had a simple celebration at home on Sunday. See how excited she is! She can’t wait to cut the cake she’d picked out herself.

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My birthday (May 10) this year happened to fall on Mother’s Day (Sunday). To avoid clashing with the hordes, hubby treated me to an advance celebratory buffet dinner on Friday evening at Cafebiz, Traders Hotel. Either there were other families who were celebrating Mother’s Day in advance, or the buffet at Cafebiz is popular, cos [...]

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One tough Cookie

Greetings and salutations. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Cookie, of the species felis catus a.k.a. house/domestic cat. As you can see, I’m a beautiful striped tabby with the distinctive “M” mark on my forehead. Adopted circa three years ago by designer Casey Chen, I’m currently under the temporary care of Julia Khoo, as [...]

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New home

Howdy! As you can see, things look a little different around here. I’m in the process of migrating from TypePad to WordPress. Please check back later while I iron out the technical issues! Update [May 20, 2009]: The old posts are temporarily down. As all the images were previously uploaded on TypePad’s server, I now [...]

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Indulging in unlimited good food and free-flow Moet & Chandon…mmm…is there a better way to kickstart your lazy Sunday? Just as it’s named, MELT – The World Cafe’s Sunday brunch is a melting pot of delectable cuisines. In just three hours, hubby and I sampled Japanese, Thai, Indian, Chinese, Peranakan, Italian, French, Scandinavian, and American [...]

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