Sometimes I run out of ideas of what to cook at family gatherings. Although this is hardly a problem. My sisters are more than happy to suggest new things that I can try out. I'm the sort of person though who needs time to get to know a new dish. If I haven't tried it before, I like to spend some time… More »
Meatloaf is really easy to put together. Some people think that it's made from leftovers like some casseroles but it's hardly the case. When I was growing up I remembered that my mother used to make the most delicious meatloaves from meat, tuna, carrots and beans. It always had a delicious crust from… More »
I feel that tagines are very exotic and yet it utilises ingredients that we use everyday. So in reality, you can easily make it in your kitchen. Don’t worry about not having a tagine pot, the conical claypot synonymous with this dish. You can use a nice casserole dish. No problem at all. And don't… More »
Here's 5 Fantastic and Simple Ways to decorate cupcakes. I came up with this easy-to-follow guide because school holidays is the time I have parents begging me to take their kids for an afternoon baking class if only to not go nutts in their own houses. I find most kids get really, really excited if… More »
Ribs is not something people serve at home mainly because not many people know how to cook it well. The comments I always get is that, it's too tough or there's not enough meat to merit all the work put in. However encountering it on the home table always feels a little more special than the usual steak… More »
Remember that song we sang during childhood? Hot cross buns, hot cross buns, one a penny, 2 a penny, hot cross buns! But did you know that hot cross buns are traditionally served during Easter? Well actually they are served during Good Friday and the cross on the buns signify the crucifixion.
Here's a little confusion. In general when you talk about a Coffee Cake, it's usually not a cake made with coffee
as an ingredient but rather it's a cake that you eat with a cup of coffee. This I believe is more of an American concoction. In Britain you have Teacakes (not made from tea of course)… More »