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  • Singapore Fried Rice 101: The Essential Guide

    The unmistakable smell of that smoking hot cast iron wok, oiled to perfection, partnered with an array of fragrant spices, protein, colourful vegetables, sauces and  the oh so humble cooked white rice. These delicious combinations emit that desirable umami flavour to satisfy your Asian food craving. Singapore fried rice is undoubtedly a favourite in the…

  • Confessions: How I Got Addicted to Induction Pans

    When you think of Induction Pans, think about ferrous materials like iron, as iron is magnetic, and magnetic equals Induction. If your cookware is magnetic, it will work with an induction range, however, not all pans are Induction ready, and sometimes the only way to tell is by doing the magnet test, as induction stoves…

  • Baby Corn Secrets Exposed! Here’s the Juicy Details

    They’re known as the young of the King corn, flimsy, sweet, and tender, with their bright sunshine yellow attire, baby corn can be considered the cutest little dolls in the vegetable world.  Pleasing to the palate, whether steamed, fried or braised, these little babies are sure to compliment your dishes in both presentation and taste.…

  • The Only Frozen Cream Guide You’ll Ever Need

    Can You Freeze Cream? When we think of Cream, what comes to mind is a rich and enticing river, with its streams of hot and cold delicacies set in paradise. Promising to offer a lasting impact on your taste buds, this creamy river is a palate pleaser. Branching out into various streams and winding its…

  • Everything You Need to Know About Swede

    When you think of the delicious vegetable swede, think about the cruciferous family, as its close relatives are the cauliflower, broccoli and kale clan. Hailing all the way from the alluring Swedish lands, this root vegetable is a gem, as it is versatile and can be partnered with any cuisine.  Steamed, baked or added to…

  • How to Make Crispy Shredded Chicken at Home?

    We all love Chinese food, aren’t we? The aromatic flavors, less butter and creams, combinations, and excellent taste make it one of the best cuisines you can ever try. Besides being the oldest cuisine, its complex and exotic flavors make it quite different from European cuisine. And we love that for us. When I talk…

  • How Oven Gloves Saved My Life

    “Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first.” – Ernestine Ulmer Eating at least three meals a day keeps the body and mind healthy. The desire to consume something sweet after a full bite is certain. Dessert is a sweet course eaten at the end of a meal. It can be served hot, warm, chilled, or frozen. …

  • Carbon Steel Wok: Everything You Need to Know About It

    Any home cook or a chef knows the value of a good cooking pot. If you love to cook, you must always be on the hunt to find high-quality cookware, kitchen appliances, and tools for cooking. However, with hundreds of cookware on display in the store, which one you must go for is the real…

  • Gypsy creams: How to make them at home!

    My grandmother’s ultimate recipe for your own homemade Gypsy Creams, the famous biscuit of the 70s I love weekends with something sweet, tea, and some quality time. This weekend, I was going through the old pictures of my family. There, I found my little self with my grandmother enjoying a little tea party. What I…