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My littlest baby Meredith turned 1 year old in October. To mark her 1st birthday, we had a small celebration at home with close family members. I didn’t have time to cook, and there were too few of us (less than 15 people) to order from buffet caterers where there’s usually a 30 pax minimum [...]

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Gee, it’s already February! Where did January go? 2013 kicked off on a bumpy beginning. It all started with Matilda catching the flu virus. Subsequently, I got infected. It was only a matter of time before Baby Meredith fell sick too. It’s really, really exhausting to take care of a toddler and 4-month-old baby when [...]

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This is one of hubby’s favorite breakfasts — fried bee hoon with the works. Not very healthy, but certainly very hearty and satisfying! A great way to chase away the Monday morning blues and to kick-start the beginning of a long work week! P.S. Bought this from a stall in our neighborhood coffeeshop.

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As I browsed the stalls in Redhill Lane food centre, this one caught my attention. In the sea of usual hawker fare such as chicken rice, fried kway teow, and fried Hokkien mee, a stall that specializes in white bee hoon is an anomaly. Of course, I had to check it out. Rather similar to [...]

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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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This has been such a long day, starting with this morning. I overslept when I should have woken up earlier to make breakfast as well as a packed lunch for hubby. What followed was a mad rush – cook rice, steam braised duck leg (from Mommy’s Sunday dinner), cut cabbage & carrot, stirfry cabbage & [...]

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Hubby bought breakfast this morning, from our neighborhood coffeeshop. We patronize this stall pretty often. Their food is pretty decent and reasonably priced. Our favorite item is the vegetable fritter. The other three items are French bean, sweet & spicy beancurd, and spring roll. This portion is way too heavy for one person’s breakfast, so [...]

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