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Monthly Archive for March, 2010

Ok, have lost count of hubby’s breakfasts, let’s just resume at a random number. Located at Takashimaya’s B2 Food Village, Peck is the Milanese equivalent of Paris’s Hediard. However, their freshly baked focaccia and ciabattas seem to be more popular than their tiny selection of pricey gourmet Italian pasta, oils, vinegars, and jams. Most of [...]

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Popiah is almost as ubiquitous as chicken rice in Singapore. There’s bound to be at least one stall in every hawker center or food court, but most of them are just passable (if you’re lucky). Hence, the latest Tried & Tested mission taste-tests five famous popiah brands in Singapore. Conclusion: If you look hard enough, [...]

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My friend Vincent – who’s also a fervent foodie – has, on numerous occasions, raved and raved about the fabulous milk ice cream he had while holidaying in Hokkaido. So when Milca opened at the new ION Orchard, he was one of the early birds who went to check it out. His report: Not as [...]

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No more breakfast for hubby?

Rick and I had a lovers’ spat, so I stopped making brekkie for him! That’s why no breakfast posts these 2 weeks. Nah, just kidding, heh! Like a dutiful wife, I still make/buy brekkie daily. Just that some days, breakfast was boring stuff like plain bread + jam. So I’ll just round up some of [...]

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There was some cabbage & carrot stirfry from last night’s dinner, so I used it to make fried bee hoon. Very quick to whip up since the cabbage was already cooked. Add a scrambled egg, and you’ve got carbs, fibre, and protein for a balanced meal!

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Do you remember food fads like Portuguese egg tarts, apple strudel, and donuts? Well, those fancy snacks have come and gone, but our beloved banana fritter aka goreng pisang is still going strong! Where to find some of the best goreng pisang in Singapore? We hunt them down in the latest Tried & Tested story. [...]

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This is Mama-in-law’s standard purchase whenever she shops at Four Leaves Bakery.  She got a couple for us as well, when I took her shopping at Jurong Point SC yesterday. As Four Leaves is a Japanese-style bakery, the bread is typically soft and cottony. The mashed potato is sufficiently smooth and tasty. We warmed these [...]

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We haven’t bought these for a while. They’re nice enough to munch on their own, but hubby likes them with butter.

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