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Posted on 1 May 2013 | 26 Comments
Great British Chefs (GBC) is a cookery website that provides food lovers with inspiring recipes, how-to videos, tips and tricks from some of the best chefs in the UK, most of whom have been awarded a Michelin star.
GBC has recently started running a campaign in association with Tesco, aimed at encouraging parents to bond with their children by cooking healthily as well as to inspire food education...
Posted on 12 November 2012 | 5 Comments
World Kitchen (a leading kitchenware company and manufacturer of Corelle dinnerware) sent two representatives, Mei Fern and Cindy, to pay me a house visit recently. This visit was specifically arranged to identify my kitchen needs, help me to re-organise my kitchen, and introduce to me the range of SNAPWARE products which included Airtight Modular range, Eco One-Touch range, Airtight Plastic Canisters...
Posted on 12 October 2012 | 60 Comments
Salmon provides us with an excellent source of omega-3. So, try using whichever cooking method you prefer to add this great brain food to your child’s diet once a week. If you have not succeeded in any of your previous attempts, perhaps give these salmon potato fish cakes a try. Who doesn’t like finger food, especially if they are BAKED not DEEP-FRIED?
In this recipe, fresh salmon is combined...
Posted on 27 May 2012 | 28 Comments
The month-long school holidays have just started in Singapore. Oh gosh! I dare not imagine how chaotic the house will be with my Mr. Talk-A-Lot around during this period? Though he sometimes had me on my wit’s end, I still cherish a lot the precious and priceless moments we shared together. For this holiday, we will be away for a short vacation starting tomorrow. So, you won’t see any update in my...
Posted on 8 May 2012 | 38 Comments
Chicken tikka masala (CTM) is a mild Indian curry dish of bite-sized chicken chunks (tikka) marinated and cooked in a tandoor oven, then added to a spicy sauce (masala). This is one dish I must order whenever I dine in an Indian restaurant. It has such a perfect blend of spices and flavour that goes well with either naans or rice.
After reading more about this dish, I was quite surprised to learn...
Posted on 9 April 2012 | 68 Comments
Apple is an excellent fruit to be introduced to babies and toddlers because it’s tasty, unlikely to cause allergy, easy-to-digest and packed with nutrients such as vitamin C, dietary fiber and flavonoids quercetin. In addition, it’s also very versatile and provides remarkable flavour and texture for cooking and baking.
My son is a great fan of apples but not I. Strangely, I have a current...
Posted on 2 March 2012 | 25 Comments
What should I do if my child:
– refuses to eat vegetables?
– refuses to try new food?
– refuses to eat on his own?
– is not interested in food?
– never sit still during mealtime?
– love to watch TV during mealtime?
Do any of these sound familiar to you? These are the questions frequently asked by my readers since I started blogging. When parents or caregivers...
Posted on 3 February 2012 | 48 Comments
A “LOVE LETTER” TO MY HUBBY
Dear Darling Hubby,
As always, I agree wholeheartedly with you that flower, chocolate and romantic dinners aren’t the only sweet ideas for Valentine’s Day. So, this year, I have a brilliant Valentine’s idea to share with you. It’s a lovely breakfast meal that is extremely easy to make, yet tasty and healthy. Also, not pricey! It’s a winning combination...
Posted on 15 November 2010 | 46 Comments
Whether you are looking for a simple breakfast, a grab-n-go lunch or a light dinner, sandwich is a quick and easy solution. However, not all sandwiches are equally nutritious. Some are healthy but unappealing while some can be sinfully lip-smacking. Given the versatility in making sandwiches, parents can easily jazz them up with creative presentation and nutritious filings for their child. Here are...
Posted on 26 September 2010 | 68 Comments
The ease to manage and chew makes patties a kids-friendly food. That’s why most kids find food appealing when presented in the form of patties. Patties are suitable to be served as a light meal, during kid’s parties or even to be packed into a kid’s lunchbox. They are also great as picnic food since proper cutleries are not required for eating. I would recommend to include greens...