Homemade Breads At A Baking School in Singapore

I have been afraid of baking bread at home for the longest time.  Yeast and dough starters have scared me. I have often felt overwhelmed with terms like kneading, proofing, oven temperatures, bulk fermentation and enriched dough. Tell me, why do you “punch down” kneaded bread dough meant to rise? And do you know the … More Homemade Breads At A Baking School in Singapore

The Leibster Award

I want to thank  The Vintage Cookbookery for nominating me to The Liebster Award.  I was delighted to accept.  The questions posed to me were as follows, along with my responses: 1) What are your favourite herbs to cook with?  It will have to be basil, mint and coriander. 2) What food do you absolutely refuse … More The Leibster Award

Truffs Baby!!

NOTE: Truffs is now closed in Singapore. However I kept this post here as we truly enjoyed the place when it was open and we would visit it. I have been meaning to write about Truffs for a while – A true chocolate lover’s paradise in Singapore. The website describes it as “Luscious. Fresh.Handmade” – … More Truffs Baby!!

I scream – You scream – We all scream for ice cream @ Tom’s Palette

The title of my post says it all – one could scream at Tom’s palette, the little ice-cream parlor located at Beach road in Singapore, on reading its unique and original flavors like mango sticky rice, green tea, durian, salted egg, etc. However they do also have an extensive array of the usual flavors like … More I scream – You scream – We all scream for ice cream @ Tom’s Palette