Our firstborn turned two this August! We had a simple lunch celebration for her at home, together with her paternal grandparents, aunt, uncle, and cousin.
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Posted in Eat-Out: Singaporean on May 13th, 2013
While hubby had fried chicken briyani, I had nasi padang from the same row of stalls 4 units away. Clockwise from 11 o’clock: Potato bergedil (croquette); stir-fried okra/lady’s fingers; beef rendang; and sotong hitam (squid in black ink). Total cost: S$4.80 If you’re expecting totally soft and tender beef, you’ll be disappointed. But I liked [...]
Posted in Eat-Out: Singaporean on May 10th, 2013
This is one of hubby’s favorite lunches at Amoy Street Food Centre. Briyani + fried chicken — what’s not to like? Especially if it’s done well! Although this isn’t the best briyani rice I’ve tasted, it’s definitely notches above than average. The rice is fluffy and fragrant. The fried chicken (hubby requested for thigh, smart [...]
To mark Baby Meredith’s full month milestone, we had some relatives and friends over for a small celebration at home. Earlier this year, I attended a baby shower that was catered by Manna Pot Catering. Found the food quite decent, and hence decided to go with the same caterer. We ordered the S$12 per person [...]
Tired of delivery pizza and fast food, we thought we’d try something different for a change. So we decided to go Thai! Ordering was a hassle-free affair. Their website is easy to navigate, and the menu clearly lists the food items — illustrated with photos — and prices. We were told that our order would [...]
Hubby took a day off to trek the KTM railway track, starting from Bukit Timah Railway Station all the way to Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. The total distance covered was 10 km! I didn’t tag along (no way was I going to walk 10 km!), but accompanied him for breakfast at King Albert Park’s McDonald’s [...]
Posted in inSing.com HungryGoWhere feature articles on Jun 30th, 2011
Mee rebus is an immensely popular Malay dish in Singapore. It might not seem fanciful, but a lot of work goes into making an excellent mee rebus gravy, which is the soul of this comfort dish. Read this installment of Tried & Tested to find out where are some of the best mee rebus in [...]
Thought I’d be back to normal after being discharged. Apparently not. Even sitting in front of the computer for more than 45 minutes was a struggle. Guess the 3-week hospitalization home leave was given for a good reason. Managed to squeeze in some light cooking, but for times when I got too tired, we fell [...]