Making merigue and pavlovas which are extremely light on the palate with its crisp yet fluffy, cotton candied texture. Icing cupcakes with a friend’s recipe for melt-in-the-mouth royal icing instead of the usual buttercream frosting. The intricacy in piping work requires a steady pair of hands and this is something I hope to master over … More Meringue Magic
…is a perennial favourite and family staple, alongside home made barley and green bean soup. Ever since I moved out of my parents’ home, it made me appreciate the little things that mum used to do and I would attempt to replicate some of these soups myself. A sip of these chinese soups really does … More Longan & Red Dates Tea with White Fungus
“It is my grandmother who taught me that to eat well is to live well. Thus, knowing how to feed oneself and the people one cares about in a fine fashion is what gives real meaning to life itself. To nourish the body is to nourish the soul. This is the motto by which she … More My Granny the Nonya
Recipes to come.. for now, photos first!
Life in school makes me feel like I’m in a time warp, like I’ve never left it. Only this time I’m more of a bystander, surrounded by teenage drama, growth spurts, birthday tau poks (boys!) and the occasional adolescent angst. At the end of it all when I see how much my students have grown … More Peanut butter & Musings