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Invited Food Review at Ko-Fu-Loft (Penang) – Part I

During my recent Penang vacation, I attended my first invited food review at Ko-Fu-Loft (口福楼), Gurney Plaza. I was very delighted to be included in what is by far the largest gathering of Penang...

My recipe column «亲子厨房» featured in Kwong Wah Yit Poh

  I would like to thank my friend EC and Kwong Wah Yit Poh (KWYP) (光华日报) for inviting me to be one of their food panelists in the daily recipe column. Founded in Penang, KWYP is the oldest Chinese...

Raisin and seed rolls

Having tried my hand at making sausage rolls and pizza, I was on the look out for a good bread recipe.  Not long ago, I chanced upon a simple and easy bread recipe called “soft raisin bread” from...

Japanese eggplants with sweet and sour sauce

Colours don’t just make our food look more appealing but also play a vital role in a healthy diet. Thus, the more colours in our diet, the healthier we will be. Eating fruits and vegetables of different...

Barley drink (薏米水)

  Singapore has been hit by a dry spell since April.  High temperature got many people sick, including members of my family.  The flu bug has been going around town. It started with my hubby, followed...

Stir-fried brown beehoon (rice vermicelli)

Have you tried eating brown beehoon (brown rice vermicelli) before? If this is the first time you come across it, don’t be taken aback with the word “brown” and associate it with brown rice or whole...

Welcome to my new home!

Source: Canon Creative Park A very warm welcome to everyone! Finally my “new home” is ready!   I must say that there are still areas that require fine-tuning and improvement. But it may take quite...

Salmon cakes – Featured recipe for My Cooking Hut

Ever since I was a child, I perceive and express better through pictures instead of words. In scientific term, I am a right brain person. (No wonder I did badly in written essay in my school years. )...

How to remove tofu from the box

  From the day I got “promoted” to be the family’s “chief chef” (as mother-in-law was no longer staying with us), I have been calling my mother more often than before to consult her on...

Raisin scones

Scone is a small British quickbread of Scottish origin. The original scone was round and flat, usually the size of a small plate. It was made with unleavened oats and baked on a griddle, then cut into...

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