It’s been some time since I had time to make this kind of elaborate breakfast for hubby. Of course, he was thrilled to have his favorite breakfast at home this morning. The only thing missing was eggs cos we had a lot of that the past few days. And now we have two additions to [...]
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When we arrived around 10am-ish on Sunday for brunch, this place was packed to bursting capacity. Perhaps it’s because Kith was the only outlet out of the F&B tenants at Quayside Isle that was open for breakfast. We had to wait for nearly 20 minutes for our food to arrive. Nice to see that Kith [...]
Posted in Hubby's breakfast on Dec 25th, 2012
Merry Christmas, everyone! Hope you had a wonderful start to your holidays. We certainly did, with these lovely buttermilk pancakes for breakfast today. Before this, I tried several pancake recipes, none of which were totally satisfactory. But we seem to have struck gold this time. Will test out this recipe a couple more times to [...]
Haven’t been doing any baking since Baby Meredith arrived 2 months ago. Fingers itching to bake some cakes, so I browsed my favorite baking blogs for inspiration. Came across Happy Homebaker’s Fruit Pastry Cake recipe. This was a very popular recipe in the baking blogosphere a couple of years back, but I’ve yet to try [...]
Posted in Hubby's breakfast on Nov 19th, 2012
For the past few weeks, hubby has been eating sliced sandwich bread with butter/jam/peanut butter/kaya/Nutella for breakfast daily, cos I was doing my confinement and hence too busy (and tired!) to plan or prepare special breakfasts for him. Picked up these chwee kueh from the Chinatown branch of Bedok Chwee Kueh while doing grocery shopping [...]
Posted in Hubby's breakfast on Sep 23rd, 2012
Bought these dirt-cheap pastries from Giant hypermarket — around S$1.80 for 5 mini choc Danish and S$2.40 for 10 mini butter croissants. Definitely not artisanal Maison Kayser-quality, but at prices like these, who’s complaining?
Not the most orthodox pairing, but when I saw these two items in the kitchen pantry next to each other, I thought, “Hey, why not?” Can’t take any chef’s credit for them. Baked beans came out of a Heinz can, and the rosti is from a Swiss Delice vacuum pack. Fried the rosti in a [...]
Hubby has been lamenting that it’s been a long, long time since I made my own radish cake aka dimsum-style lor bak gou. Since it’s been so long, my memory is a bit rusty and the proportions are a little off, hence the texture is a wee bit firmer than I’d like. But overall, it [...]