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  1. Ay Choo says:

    I m reader fr JB, may i knnow where hv u gotten d seaweed puncher n d rice mould?


  2. Melanie says:

    To have detachable round & square cake tn base is a brilliant idea! I had hard time bringing out my cake from the cake tin!!

  3. pecto says:

    i’d like to know how i can make my own “coffee” collander. it appears to be made of hanger wire and cloth material. what material works best for my project – as you do with the soy bean drink for example?

    • food-4tots says:

      Pecto: So sorry, I don’t how to make a coffee filter as I bought mine from a shop selling kitchenware in the wet market. Maybe you can go to a textile shop and ask the shop seller for muslin cloth (thick and closely-woven cotton) or any other materials that are suitable for straining / squeezing purposes. Hope it helps. 😉

  4. Flyn says:

    Hi, what brand is your oven? Any recommendations on oven for baking cakes, cookies, etc? Thanks!

  5. Didi says:

    Where did you get your custom made Pineapple roll pastry press?

  6. Kelly says:

    Hi there, where did you get the cooking thermometer and the mortar/pestle? thanks

  7. Helen Sim says:


    How about some receipes for cooking fish?

  8. Mi says:

    May I know the mixer type you use? Should we invest on expensive mixer like KitchenAid to do a good job?

    • food-4tots says:

      Mi: I started with Cornell electrical mixer because I need “help” to beat my cream when making non baked cheesecake. I still use it for making cakes and cookies. After learning how to make pizza and bread, I need “help’ again for kneading dough. So, I picked KA. I bought it at a deep discount during Tangs sales. It can be used for cake, cookies and bread. I guess it depends on individual requirement. 😉

  9. benjamin says:

    Hi there,

    I was thinking what should I use to replace the pineapple pastry press if I don’t have one, and I could not think about anything so I would appreciate if u can help.


    • food-4tots says:

      Benjamin: You can try to roll the pastry into a flat sheet, cut into long strips and then divide into small length. So you can place the pineapple jam on top and roll it up. Hope it helps! Happy trying! 😉

  10. Phoebe says:


    i’m learning to cook & keen in baking cookies..may i know which brand of oven would u recommend me to get? thks!

    • food-4tots says:

      Phoebe: When choosing a table top oven, it is good to buy a large one as you can try more things such as roasting a chicken. Look for a reliable brand and check for its functionality. I am using Rowenta oven for all the baking dishes I shared in this blog. I haven’t tried out other brands so I can’t comment on that. It is wise to do a survey first before deciding on the model. Hope it helps! 😉

  11. Adeline says:

    Hi there! May i know which Phoon Huat outlet you got your pastry blender? Thanks ^^

  12. belle says:

    Hi there,

    was running out of ideas what to cook for my children and by chance i read your blog. Just want to tell you that you are doing terrific with the blog and your recipe are great! going try out some of your recipie.

  13. Nazreen says:

    Hi ur blog is gr8..visitin d first time and I luv it..I am plannin to make ur Popsicle recipe for my 2 kids..can u Pls tell me where to buy the Popsicle maker?i checked d ikea online product catalogue,there was no popsicle maker..pls suggest 1-2 places for me to buy..thanks in advance:)

    • food-4tots says:

      Nazreen: Thanks for visiting my humble blog and your compliment!! For Ikea, it is only available during summer. You can try Daiso. Alternatively, you can try local baking supply shops. Hope it helps! 😉

  14. Joanne says:

    Can you share with me what brand/model of mixer and electric oven that you are using? Thanks.

  15. Phoebe says:

    Would like to get a table top oven. Considering between rowenta oc7868 or oc7891. Any recommendations? Thks!

    • food-4tots says:

      Phoebe: I am using Rowenta OR9030. If I were to choose, I will go for OC7868. According to the salesman, the spec is the same for both except that OC7891 has the steaming function. 😉

  16. Susana I. says:

    Hi! Your site is new to me and I really like it :).

    Can you please tell me where on the WEB and/or under what name can I look for the type of muffins baking cups that you use? I have no idea how to look that up in English. (Like the ones on “How to make muffins” or like the ones on “Orange Date Walnut Muffins”).

    Because when I look them up the ones that show up are the flimsy type used for cupcakes.


  17. Krishoo says:

    Good Kitchen tools i like it. thank you..

  18. Sherlyn says:

    Hi. Just want to know if you have any recommendations for stand mixers? The very popular model is kitchenaid but it’s pricey… Hope to have some advice fom you. Thank you!!

    • food-4tots says:

      Sherlyn: I am using Kitchenaid but I have readers using Kenwood too. I bought mine for only S$499 during sale at Tangs. Do check out such great deal during sales. 😉

  19. May says:

    I am a fan of your blog. Your recipes are easy to follow and your food photography are amazing.

    My daughter is crazy over donuts and we would like to try your baked version recipe. I have been scouting for the baked donut tray you have; but no luck spotting one in nearby supermarkets. Where can I find one?

    • food-4tots says:

      May: Thank you so much for your sweet comment! I’m so flattered! I bought mine from Sun Lik Trading at Seah Street. You can also find them from Taobao. 🙂

  20. Noemi says:

    hi! first time i saw your blog, as really amazed that you can steam banana cake. is there any there steamed cake recipe that you can share?! its really a good thing i’ve spotted you in my FB!

  21. Phoebe says:

    It’s me again! Been a follower of ur blog for some time. Love d clear pics and instructions given by u which makes it easy for beginners like me to follow.

    Would like ur opinion on which brand of stand mixer to get for a beginner home baker? Had a tiring time using hand whisk to beat mixture till fluffy… Thks in advance!

    • food-4tots says:

      Phoebe: Depending on your budget. My first electrical mixer is Cornell. It’s still working well after 10 years. Currently, I use Kitchen Aid standing mixer to make bread and cake. 🙂

  22. jeann says:

    HI where to get the goldfish biscuit cutter?

  23. Doreen says:

    Hi – I am a beginner cook with young kids and I love your website!

    May I know where you got your hand blender? What brand and how much?

    Thanks a lot!

  24. Doreen says:

    Hi – which hand blender are you using and how much it cost? This!

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