Cottage Pie

Cottage pie is a traditional poor man’s dish made with either beef or lamb. Since such meats are pretty expensive in Singapore, I went ahead and made my own version using pork and chicken mince instead. The total cost of my ingredients added up to $11, and the resulting dish gave me four hearty portions. Continue reading

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Choya Cooking Studio

Couple months back, I  got to attend another media tasting with Glitterflyed of Travel Shoot and Share. This time, it was a cooking session centered around the use of Choya, a Japanese plum wine. Prior to this session, I had neither tried Choya nor had I known that it was possible to incorporate it in many cooking recipes. Hence, it was quite fun to see the versatility of the drink in this cooking workshop. Continue reading

Carbonara with capsicum, salami and mushrooms

This will be last of my cooking adventures for a while. I think the most fun was actually the cooking itself even though I often ended up eating the same dish two days in a row. The trials of cooking for a single person! Work is piling up and once again, the convenience of eating out is pulling me back out of the house. The good news though is that I’ll be going on a short holiday soon, so I’m quite excited to document my eating adventures then. Continue reading

Honey soy salmon with mashed potatoes and avocado

It’s easy to get intimidated with dishes consisting of many different ingredients, but trust me, this was a really easy dish to make. Perfect for those busy evenings when all you want is to eat quickly. Today was one of those days where everything seems to go wrong. Class ended late, the MRT BROKE DOWN so I ended up taking a long detour home. Thankfully, the supermarket wasn’t so crowded, so I’m was in and out within 10 minutes. Once I got home, I was so hungry that I immediately started cracking…  Continue reading

Avocado on toast with an olive and cheese omelette

I confess that I am not a morning person. At all. If I’m up early, it means that I probably have an early class or I’m not feeling well. Hence, breakfast always inevitably becomes brunch for me. Furthermore, I’m not a huge fan on starting the day with a huge meal. If anything, lunch or dinner is the main big meal for me. My breakfasts/brunch tend to be a quick snack and I run off doing whatever it is I have to do. Continue reading