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Black Pepper Crab with Garlic Oil

I love Tiong Bahru wet market that is lively and full of energy. I am always inspired and charge my energy from their real local energy 🙂 The other day, I got a live mud crab and clams from the wet market and also something small dry ingredients. Firstly, I […]

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Bak Kut Teh, Iberico Pork Broccoli Spicy Salad

Bak Kut Teh is one of the iconic Singapore’s national food. It is a pork rib dish cooked in broth infused with herbs and usually we relish this flavourful soup dipping a deep-fried dough. The dough is pretty simple taste but once it absorbs the soup, it is magic, seriously […]

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Hiroshima-style Pork Okonomiyaki

There are two different styles in Okonomiyaki in Japan -Osaka-style and Hiroshima-style.Both are named by the name of originated place. If I would simply say their differences, Osaka-style is savoury pancake that is made of flour, cabbage and some more vegetables plus meat or cheese, and Hiroshima-style is layers of […]

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Aji Fry, Crab Potato Korokke (croquettes)

It was Frying Friday! Arrayed butterfly shaped Aji.Crab potato Korokke is made from scratch as well. Mine is twisted with chopped capers, white Miso and kelp powder. And homemade sesame dressing 🙂 This menu is my kids’ favourite, they absolutely were scoffing all!It is a great food as even children […]

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Bouillabaisse (French Seafood Stew)

Bouillabaisse is a traditional French seafood stew and originating in the port city of Marseille.When I lived in Tokyo, I had a French cuisine teacher who used to work as a chef at starred hotels in France. Bouillabaisse was even well-known in Tokyo and I still clearly remembered how much […]