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Mention Teochew kueh, and most of us will think of soon kueh 筍粿, png kueh 饭粿, and gu chai kueh 韭菜粿. At Tiong Bahru Teochew Kueh, they also make this highly unusual black bean kueh 黑豆粿 — soft stewed black beans and peanuts mixed into the soft and chewy kueh dough. The result is a [...]

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Hubby and I came across this new stall in Koufu food court at the basement of Anchorpoint. Apparently, Wing Si 荣式 is a popular chain of tea cafes ( 茶餐厅 cha chaan teng) in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, they are known as Wing’s Catering. Their specialty item is grilled chicken chop. Choose between rice [...]

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It’s nearly Christmas! Pardon the long silence on this blog. With two kids taking turns to fall sick (and I’m still recovering from a stubborn flu), I’ve been too busy and tired to update. But if you’re following me on FaceBook and Instagram, you can still see my little daily updates. I’ve also turned down [...]

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Happy Father’s Day to all daddies, granddads, dads-to-be, and god-fathers (have I left anyone out?)! We paid homage to the dads in our family with a lavish lunch at Beng Thin Hoon Kee Restaurant. There are two Beng Thin outlets — one in Toa Payoh, and another posher venue at OCBC Centre which is in [...]

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Holy moley! This is the second year I’m celebrating Mother’s Day as a mother! Last year, I was a mother of one. And this year, I’m a mommy of two. No plans to be a mother of three next year, if that’s what you’re thinking! On Sunday, we celebrated Mother’s Day with the extended family. [...]

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Amid much eager anticipation, Tim Ho Wan has finally arrived in Singapore. Fans of their world-famous crispy char siew baked bun need no longer go to Hong Kong for their fix. You can now get it right here on our sunny shores! By now, you must have seen much news and reviews on this popular [...]

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Exquisite Hong Kong-style dimsum has always been a strength of Man Fu Yuan’s, one of Singapore’s most acclaimed fine-dining Cantonese restaurants. Ever since NEA lifted the suspension of the restaurant’s operations after a food poisoning episode last December, Man Fu Yuan has tightened their supervisory regime and hygiene practices. When we visited the restaurant for [...]

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Dragon Boat Festival 2012 or 端午节 falls on Saturday, June 23 this year. It’s only about a week away! For those of us who don’t have the good fortune to enjoy homemade rice dumplings, we’re still in luck cos there’s plenty of delectable choices available for purchase. I was given some dumplings from Crystal Jade’s [...]

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