The last time we had a chance to savour the new menu from Ding Dong was in July 2016. Some of the dishes on that menu were quite unforgetable I must say! So we were looking forward to coming back again. Ding Dong Restaurant is well-known in the local dining scene for its innovative and playful … Continue reading “A Ding-Dong Affair!”
We got Doris, a prolific home-baker to try and recreate the Strawberry & Watermelon Cake inspired by the Black Star Pastry in Sydney.
Supporting the chocolate craze #droolsnaps monthly theme challenge which ended yesterday, we received countless pictures of chocolate inspired cakes. As always, we had a great time drooling over these decadent chocolate desserts but a tough time picking our favourites. Here are some of our top picks for your viewing pleasure. Thank you all for your … Continue reading “#droolsnaps Challenge – Chocolate Craze!”
This decadent flourless chocolate and almond cake originated on the island of Capri, where it’s called torta Caprese.
Red Velvet? Over-rated. Buck Tile St Café breathes fresh air into their menu with their new trend in velvet. What’s different about their Blue Velvet cakes isn’t just the change of color. Our review on these delicious beauties will tell you what’s new, blue. The welcoming rustic exterior of Buck Tile St Café is nestled … Continue reading “Blue Velvet Cake @ Buck Tile St Cafe”
Originally the interview session was to demo a healthy dessert to share with Straits Times readers for their Sunday Life section but it ended up there were more interest in what I do and how I use essential oils to enhance my health and in my cooking! Read more about it here.
This is a simple and delightful dessert which goes swimmingly well with vanilla ice-cream ( home made, no less )
(Recipe adapted from http://bakingwithblondie.blogspot.sg)
I was invited by a homebakers group on instagram to join a baking upload of an animal print butter cake. There was supposed to be a technique on how to layer your batter that we should follow but somehow I didn’t manage to follow the instruction precisely and I ended up with an accidental creation! A cake that looked like it was especially made for an army party!
This cream puff does brings back fond memories of my childhood. We used to enjoy these from Chin Mee Chin Confectionery, one of the very few old school coffee shops left. Cream puffs, egg tarts, pineapple tarts and their onion buns were ever so popular then. They are freshly baked every morning and if you don’t go early enough, they will be sold out. And my mum will always ensure she gets there early to bring home a box of these for our breakfast or tea. Yup, that was how she expresses her love for us….through these yummy fresh puffs!