My father loves his Kopitiams. There’s nothing he likes more than popping into a Ya Kun or Killiney for a cup of Kopi or Teh. His favourite food is bread – and by that I specifically mean the fragrant charcoal toasted white bread, served at all good Singapore Kopitiams. Oftentimes, my dad would go on… Read More Kaya Ice Cream
Partials by Dan Wells Dystopian fiction has been seeing a strong climb up the popularity charts ever since The Hunger Games (books) hit the market. I’ve read several volumes of dystopian fiction in the past few years; some (like Santa Olivia) I loved. Some (like Wither), I found wanting. Having enjoyed the John Cleaver thriller… Read More Review: Partials by Dan Wells
This turned out so good. Rich, chewy and smooth, this ice-cream’s texture was almost gelato-like in density. No eggs were involved to create this delicious creamy goodness. I started scouring the internet for Nutella ice cream recipes, after eating a rather disappointing version at a local restaurant. What the menu listed as Nutella Ice Cream… Read More Nutella Ice-cream
I found this book on a trip to the Salvation Army. Its creepy cover called out to me first, and I bought it for 80 cents. (There was a 20% discount that day) I don’t think I’ve actually ever gotten a book for less than a dollar, so, er, this was a first. I’ve never… Read More Review: Why Weeps the Brogan?
So, I bought a Kenwood Ice Cream maker at the beginning of the year, and have been having lots of fun with it. My first few attempts stuck closely to the recipe (get the basics right first, no?), and were mainly Philadelphia style (ie. eggless) ice creams. These were mainly cold mix recipes that… Read More Pandan Cake Ice-cream