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Char Siew Sou (叉烧酥)

Making Char Siew Sou has always been a 'big affair'. In fact, making any kind of puff pastry is too
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Popiah (薄饼)

This is a common street or hawker food in Singapore, which is primarily vegetables. My mum would tell me how
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Red Velvet Cupcakes

This was the first ‘scientific’ cake I knew. The red velvet cake uses buttermilk and vinegar to create the soft
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Duck and Yam Stew

Whenever my mum cooked this when I was a child, I would thank my lucky stars. This must be the
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Butter Cookies

In the 1970s and 80s, there were hardly any bake stores in Singapore. The best cookies money could buy were
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Lemon Meringue Tart

My daughter has been asking for a lemon meringue pie forever, so I decided to make one tonight, to test
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Plum Galette

I love plums from a very young age. My mum would buy them as treats for me whenever they are
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Sang Choy Bao (生菜包)

When I was little, my mum would make fried rice and then cut some ice berg lettuce. We love Sang
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Honey-soy Chicken

In an ang mo (western) country, honey-soy seems to be an Asian or Oriental kind of dish. Funny thing is