It’s been long since I update on my smart garden since I first purchased it. The last post was 5+ months ago. Coincidentally, i received an email from a reader asking about the current update. I love receiving emails from readers. So if you’re reading and have questions or suggestions, do drop an email or […]Read More 5 problems I faced with Click & Grow SG9
New Zealand has left a positive impact on me thanks to my previous trip there. It creates a yearning to learn and get close to Mother’s Nature as much as possible. Being stuck in the office with no nearby windows from Monday to Friday has took a toll on my eyes. My eyes power have […]Read More Horsing around during the weekends.
Most of the time, baking requires a lot of work and when it comes to chocolate I am always messy with it. But when cravings kicked it, I always scour the kitchen if any ingredients are available to make such. If not, I would just buy it. For those who would like to bake it […]Read More Chocolate Ganache Tart
In Singapore’s Mac Donald, they sell their version of monkey bread as Cinnamon Melts. I love the crispy crusts and it’s sweet icing sugar with cinnamon. However, I happened to came across a cookbook by Joanne Chang; Bake with Less Sugar. I love it! I am a sweet tooth but it’s healthier to bake with less sugar […]Read More Monkey Bread
Petit Beurre is a plain butter biscuit from France. I think that the Petit Beurre would be similar as to our Hup Seng Cream Crackers. The taste do differ as Petit Beurre tasted sweeter than Hup Seng Cream Crackers. I remembered entering a supermarket in Paris, the packaging and variety of snacks and biscuits are […]Read More Petit Beurre
For the past weekends, I have been visiting my late grandfather’s house. It is now occupied by my mother’s younger sister and brother’s family. My uncle married a wonderful Thai woman, *Aunty Jen. Aunty Jen is a very chatty woman in her early 30s just like my uncle. Whenever I visited her, there is always […]Read More Journal: Aunt Jen*
I was hungry. I was too lazy to get take-outs. I was too lazy to do some grocery shopping. So I sloppily went into the kitchen and rummaged the refrigerator for food. Shucks. I have to cook. I am not much of cook. Cooking. (v). The act of preparing food and to throw and mix […]Read More Nasi Lemak and Egg Sambal
February, the month where chocolates are on sale! I am not really a fan of chocolates but I do have sweet tooth. Most of my friends are just not chocolatey people. (Calm down, you chocolate lovers. On the bright side, you can have more chocolates to yourself.) So I flipped through The Art of French […]Read More Avelinettes