The Art of Eating Kaya Toast with Half-boiled Eggs

Recently, I’ve written a blog post about the differences between Singapore-style and German-style breakfast eggs. While I was doing my research on kaya toast and eggs, I was amazed by the heavenly combination of taste when the kaya toast comes together with kaya, butter and eggs. I found the simplicity of ingredients and flavours so…

Alfero Gelato’s Christmas Sorbet

Creamy Sorbets You may have tried a fruit sorbet, but have you tried a chocolate or hazelnut sorbet before? This Christmas, Alfero Gelato has created two Christmas sorbets – Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut which had my mind blown. I’ve always thought that sorbets are made with fruits and sweetened water. They often have that icy-like texture. It…

Getting Fitter and Healthier in 2018!

It’s been quite a while since I have done the BodyBoss workout using their Ultimate Body Fitness Guide which is a 12-Week Step-By-Step Fitness Program that includes fun and challenging high-intensity workouts. After trying out for a month or so, I got caught up with work. (You can read my previous post here.) At the same time, I…

Bunny Bakery: Artisan Vegan Bakes

  Bunny Bakery takes vegan bakes to a whole new level with their artisan vegan bakes which are made with no dairy, refined sugar, artificial colouring or preservatives. Their healthy vegan bakes are all handmade using quality ingredients. Most important of all, there are delicious – even without eggs or milk in it! I guess that’s…

Matcha.Blue and Matcha.Pink : Natural Blue and Pink Food Colourings

While I hadn’t been posting recipes on my blog for a really long time, I still have been working in the kitchen and making smoothie bowls. I get most of my inspirations from Instagram where there’s a growing number of accounts that features mainly vegan food which includes smoothie bowls and nice-creams. Recently, there has…

Wild Butter Co. – 3 Healthy Ways Enjoy Peanut Butter

Peanut butter? That was so yesterday. Today, Wild Butter Co. takes you to the wild side with their gourmet peanut butter which is freshly churned with olive oil. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been toying around with their peanut butter to see how I can have fun with it and at the same time discover new ways of savouring…

Capturing the Art of Tea Brewing in A Bottle

Tea-infuser bottles are not exactly new in the market as there already various similar products sold out there. But here’s one tea brewer-in-a-bottle which with an additional innovation – it allows the brewed tea to be separated from the tea leaves. In other words, this allows us to have control over the brewing time. Most…

Pure Indian Foods: Grassfed Organic Turmeric Superghee (iHerb)

When anyone mentions of ghee, the first word that comes up to my mind is unhealthy. I’ve always associated ghee with unhealthy cooking oils or clarified butter used by Indians in their everyday cooking. Back in the past, the locals here in Singapore also uses ghee in baking and cooking but many have switched to…

5 Reasons Why You Should Get A Helping Hand

Here’s a cookbook which would change the lives of families with Filipino domestic helpers. I am sure there are many households out there who have to go through the difficulty of teaching domestic helpers how to cook and prepare some of our local dishes here in Singapore. These helpers probably already learned basic cooking skills…