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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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The owners of Ya Kun Kaya Toast really ought to do more stringent QC checks on their franchisees. We’ve tried various outlets, but none can match up to the original store at Far East Square (which is run by members of the founding family) when it comes to consistency. In this instance, our coffee and [...]

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It seems that Singaporeans can’t get enough of kaya toast. Just look at the recent mushrooming of kopi (coffee) and kaya toast chains! For the latest Tried & Tested mission, we taste-test a mix of established kaya toast chains as well as independent shops. How do they measure up against each other? Read on to [...]

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“What shall we have for breakfast tomorrow?” I asked Rick on Saturday evening. “Let’s go to SGH for otah buns!” was the instant and eager reply. Before you think we’re madder than the Mad Hatter to go all the way to a hospital for breakfast, allow me to clarify. Singapore General Hospital is a leisurely [...]

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This is another breakfast fav of hubby’s. He likes his eggs barely set, but this is a little too runny for my liking. BTW, I’m seriously considering buying a toaster. Currently, I use a griddle pan to make toast, but somehow, it just doesn’t come out as dry and crisp. However, I’m reluctant to buy [...]

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So I sauntered cheerily into the executive breakfast lounge, only to be stunned that Michael Jackson had suddenly died of a heart attack. I’m not a big Michael Jackson fan, but still, I admire him for his incredible talent and the musical legacy that he leaves behind. RIP, Michael Jackson. You’ll forever be the King [...]

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