Moody Cow, based in Georgetown, has probably one of the most costly cakes I’ve seen in Malaysia. But during my vacation to Penang, my family and I decided to give it a shot. After all, how often do we step into Penang? We visited the outlet at Gurney Plaza which was conveniently located near the … Continue reading #PENANGFINDS: Moody Cow Cafe – Worth the hype?
As Chinese New Year approaches, many of us must’ve started figuring out our feasting plans. While we are limited by the number of houses we can visit and the number of unique visitors per household, I still believe that this season is one that we can all enjoy together – over food (of course). Yu … Continue reading Made in Singapore – The Singapore Salad: CNY Yu Sheng Edition￼
A friend of mine made me some lovely cinnamon rolls earlier in October, and since then, I’ve been having lots of cravings for it. Another friend then decided to introduce one of the best cinnamon rolls I’ve ever tasted before – Rolling Rolling 捲捲人生 in Taipei and I’d hands-down recommend to ANYONE who likes (or … Continue reading Rolling into the new year with some Rolling Rolling cinnamon rolls!
Think of popcorn and I think of going to the cinema. Popcorn plus drink and watching a movie go hand in hand. And it conjures a happy feeling because it means a time of relaxation, being entertained and indulging in the snack. When given the opportunity to review The Kettle Gourmet's popcorns, I was expecting … Continue reading Popcorn for (almost) all tastes
Alternative meats are gaining greater visibility as more brands start rolling out their versions of the products. Besides being environmentally friendly, they are claimed to be healthier and do not compromise on taste. Being a true carnivore, I am a little apprehensive about these as I really prefer the real bite feel, juiciness and chewiness … Continue reading Meatless meats, healthy alternatives
If you’ve been to Hualien, you’ve probably heard of the famous 公正包子 (Gong Zheng Bao Zi). It’s so popular that it has a whopping 14,000 reviews on Google alone! I’ve tried out the buns on multiple occasions, and I had to try it again on a recent trip to Hualien. Unlike the Xiao Long Bao (小籠包) in … Continue reading It’s a(bao)t to get Bao-werful
Instagram ads can be somewhat bothersome sometimes, but the fact is we can see these ads because we fit their target group. Let's just say that the ads worked for these cookies I'm talking about today. Amorecookies is a Singapore-based shop that begun during the Circuit Breaker season last year. What started of as a … Continue reading Amorecookies – A Chewy Affair
Mochi comes in many forms – some classify mochi as muah-chee (where it's a flour ball coated with stuff), or there's mochi that has filling inside. Hailing from Taichung, Mi Yue Mochi Tang opened a store in Taipei City earlier this year. It usually draws a queue in Taichung, so I was pleased to find … Continue reading TAIPEI FINDS: Mi Yue Mochi Tang (米玥麻糬堂)
We previously covered a review of some really delicious brownies, and as we go on to the another brownie review, here's a local gem that we've uncovered. Dr.Kitchen, a home bakery, offers a variety of desserts such as brownies, fruit cakes, sable cookies, and durian puffs. It has amassed more than 8,000 Instagram followers and … Continue reading Dr.Kitchen’s SBB – the blackest brownies ever
I recently stumbled upon an article about Ah Miao's Kitchen, a home-based nasi lemak business, and decided to give it a shot. $1 mini nasi lemak isn't typical in Singapore, and the photos in the article and on their Facebook page looked delicious. Interestingly, their page was only launched on July 16, 2021, and I was … Continue reading Mini Nasi Lemak from Ah Miao’s Kitchen