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Yearly Archive for 2010

Nothing beats freshly made pizza. But frozen pizzas can be a great alternative, especially in the middle of the night or when you just want a quick snack. The latest Tried & Tested feature taste-tested 5 supermarket brands. Which frozen pizza brands are worth stocking up on?

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With the opening of Pullman Bakery — the famous Japanese curry bun specialist from Hokkaido, Japan — it’s obvious that there are no lack of Japanese curry bun aficionados in Singapore. For a taste of the most authentic Japanese kare pan, read this edition of Tried & Tested!

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Yesterday (Dec 22, 2010) was Winter Solstice Festival or 冬至. For the Chinese, it is an important festival, one where the family gathers to make and eat tang yuan 汤圆 (glutinous rice balls in sweet soup) to symbolize reunion. For this year’s festival, my mom and 2nd brother’s family came over to my home for [...]

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The soul of this simple noodle dish is the gravy. Sweet, spicy, and tangy, it’s addictively piquant! Here are some great finds for mee siam that you mustn’t miss!

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This post is sponsored by Tupperware Singapore. Sigh, I’m down with the flu this week. *sniff* Usually, hubby and I go to his parents’ home for dinner twice a week. But because I was too sick to go out, hubby tapau-ed Mother-in-law’s (MIL) homecooking for me. *heart MIL & hubby*

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Whether for breakfast or as teatime snack, muffins are immensely popular in Singapore. This edition of Tried & Tested picks 5 muffin specialists and rates them against each other. Which one makes the most marvelous muffins?

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This post is sponsored by Tupperware Singapore. Continuing from my first impressions of the Tupperware Eco TaPau Set, I continued to test-drive it this week. Hubby loves chwee kueh for breakfast. But I’m not too keen on them as chwee kueh is often very greasy due to the oil in the chai poh topping. This [...]

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Lor mee is another unique Singaporean Chinese dish. This article highlights five popular lor mee hawker stalls and rates them on how good their gravy and toppings are. Which are the top lor mee stalls in Singapore?

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