Monday, April 4, 2011
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Friday, September 10, 2010
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Nothing big at all. Just a little poster girl for Yami Yogurt.
Never thought i'll ever be one. I'm far from a beauty & clearly devoid of model material, but i believe it is the genuine YamiY love that made this a reality. (hell knows how many cups i've already consumed since young haha... )
On a side note, Passion is one powerful angel that can fly you far in life. My passion is food and creating good food. Im glad i've anchored my future upon my truest passion (:
Updates real soon.
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Baking is my escape from the real world.
Here's some edibles done during NYE and 2010. Recipes & detailed entries will come in when time permits.
Strawberry Panna Cotta Verrines
Dark Chocolate Royaltine
chocolate sponge. hazelnut feuillete. 64% dark chocolate mousse. valrhona cocoa nibs. raspberry.
ivory white chocolate mousse. raspberry gelee. raspberry mousse. honey sponge.
soft vanilla sponge. creme chantilly. fresh strawberries.
Eeks what ugly piping! I couldn't stop laughing at the curly-wurly mess i made cos it is embarrassingly hilarious. The solution: blindfold yourself & eat it. French marrons are yum.
Homemade Bailey's Icecream
Shall blog about work soon alright.
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Friday, January 1, 2010
Plenty of awesome noshing this year!
New restaurants are mad sprouting, talented chefs on the rise, cusines made incresingly nouvelle & progressive... there's never an end to my list of wanna-eats. The gastronomical rides, whether good or bad, were all memorable experiences.
Here's a round-up of my 2009 favourites (some yet to be blogged); Food so lovely, so etched in my mind that i swear can pacify me anytime. Bon Appetito!
I'm not a big fan of red meat but if there's pork done like any of this 3 above, i would gladly chow them down... and even go for seconds! Omg all i could say about that Charcoal grilled Black Pork i had at
I'm a sucker for tomato-based seafod pastas AND very particular about them. Fresh seafood, decent homemade pasta & quality roma tomato sauce are the criterias to hit. Cugini's complex, robust Seafood Pasta was no doubt comfortingly addictive... but Otto's Homemade Tagliolini with Boston Lobster in spicy light tomato gravy was the real stunner.
Edward Voon's White Chocolate Cake with all the bizarre bling blings seemed like swallowing air to me after a crazy 10-course, full-portioned dinner. I even hoped for a second helping. That's how good it was.
And when the guilt-o-meter sounds, its time to switch to Cedele's Pink Beet Cake. "Moist and not so sweet, baked with grapeseed oil & fresh beetroot. One of a kind, great anti-oxidant & nutritious cake." I know cake is still cake but at least there are pinkie beets in there to feel healthy about.
After tasting Seah Street Deli's carrot cake, Prive & Cedele took a backseat. The cake is texture-perfect, not too crumbly or spongy, and generously packed with premium pecan nuts. It's cheese frosting optimally portioned and yum. Unparalled.
But in any case of a carrot cake-emergency, Prive's spongy compact block and the unfailing Cedele slice still satisfies.
Souffles are not commonplace but there are 3 attainable options i can always count on.
I go to Bakerzin for an airy puffy Bailey's Souffle, 1Caramel for the quirky-but-lovely Red Miso Souffle... and where else but Laurent Bernard Chocolatier for Chocolate Souffle? It has converted even a non-chocoholic like me.