March 30, 2016

Japanese Yakisoba

Couple of weeks ago, I made this Japanese Yakisoba for lunch. Armed with a limited supply of ingredients in my pantry, I managed to whip up a rather decent meal for myself. Not too bad, right? The proper name for this noodle dish is sōsu yakisoba (ソース焼きそば), literally means fried buckwheat, which is what soba noodles are made of...
March 25, 2016

Bananas Foster

What happens when you have a whole bunch of bananas staring at you for days? Make Bananas Foster! These cute miniature fruit were given to me by my mom and while they were sweet, tasty and extremely easy to devour a few at one go, it was just impossible to finish them...
March 24, 2016

Restaurant Review: Binomio Spanish Restaurante

Serving authentic Spanish Tapas and good quality wines, Binomio Spanish Restaurante is one of the latest, popular Spanish restaurant nestled right in the heart of Craig Road. The name Binomio literally translated as pair / duo and it’s not hard to imagine why they came up with this name. Upon entering the restaurant, you are greeted with a contemporary design of wood, bricks, tiles and artwork. A lively Tapas bar is situated near the entrance and less than 10 steps away, an elegant fine-dining room awaits you.
March 23, 2016

Stir-fried Kung Pao Beef

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March 18, 2016

Crispy Fried Onion Strings

Using just one large onion, I was able to fry up this large plate of addictively light and crispy onion strings. Beside my favorite onion rings, these homemade crispy fried onion strings are absolutely a must-have side dish to go with burgers, steaks, salads or anything you fancy. Heck, they even taste absolutely delicious on its own. It takes a lot of will power to stop picking through the pile.
March 17, 2016

World Gourmet Summit 2016: 20th Anniversary Celebration – 28 Mar to 24 Apr

Boasting fine wines and delectable world cuisines, the annual World Gourmet Summit (WGS) will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. It is the region’s most talked about premier food and wine event, catapulting Singapore to the forefront as a dynamic international culinary hotspot...
March 16, 2016

Teriyaki Spam Musubi

But I seriously cannot remember when the last time I had Spam was. It was that long ago. Making this Teriyaki Spam Musubi has always been on my mind, thanks to food Network “Best Thing I ever Ate” segment. This ginormous-looking onigiri originated from Hawaii and is well-loved by the locals and tourists. I read they are so popular you could find them in every convenience store on the island. Well since I don’t think I’ll be making my way to Hawaii anytime soon, it is probably best I make some myself. Right now.
March 15, 2016

Food Review: Penang Hawkers’ Fare 30th Anniversary

YYork Hotel Singapore is proud to celebrate its renowned and wildly-popular Penang Hawkers’ Fare 30th anniversary at White Rose Café. Besides a showcase of perennial favorite Penang street food, new sizzling dishes, exclusive cooking workshops and prizes are in store for customers...
March 11, 2016

Filipino-Style Chicken Barbecue

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