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Fly African Cake

I have been thinking about this cake for quite a long time already. It was introduced to me some 25
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Chicken Pies

These chicken pies are easy to make. You can either make your own puff pastry or use store bought ones. Print
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Sugar Swiss Roll

I have been making these swiss sugar rolls for the last 25 years. They are the fastest bakes ever, simply
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Chap Chye

This is another peranakan dish that is eaten in every family whether or not we are peranakan.  Print Yum Chap
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Bean Curd (豆花)

This is a staple breakfast for Singaporeans. In the mornings, the soya bean hawkers will boil their soya bean milk
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Itek Tim (咸菜鸭)

Kiam Chye Ark is what we call this dish in our house, and we have been eating this since we
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Ogura Cake

I am not sure how this cake come about. Some people said it was invented in Malaysia and the kanji
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Soon Kueh (笋粿)

My earliest memory of Soon kueh is my mother kneading the dough inside a red plastic container. I remember putting
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Castella Cake (カステラ)

In our house, we call this Japanese cake the ’tissue box cake’ because of my stupidity the first time I
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Lor Mai Gai (糯米鸡)

These days, when I searched around for this steamed glutinuous rice chicken dish, all of them look so different from
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Shortbread

When I was growing up, papa would make these so often. As a kid, I loved them, but as I
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Singaporean Rojak

My first memories of rojak was this hawker who would peddle to our neighbourhood and sound his horn to let
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Fish Asam Pedas Curry

Fish curry is something all Singaporeans grow up eating. There’s always lady’s finger (okra) and tomatoes in them. Infused with
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One-proof Cinnamon Rolls

I first encountered cinnamon rolls when I was on a mission trip to Thailand in 1988. The American missionaries there
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Pani Popo (Samoan Bread)

I have not heard of this bread until I read about it on Facebook from a blogger called Vivian (sorry