Monday, 21 December 2015

[Day 3] Bangkok Chinatown & SabX2 Wanton Noodles

It had being more than ten years since our last visit to Bangkok Chinatown. But at a glance the surroundings are still looking familiar perhaps just with a few added modern walking streets and busy traffic of motorbikes and tuk-tuks. During our visit we explore some of the streets along Yaowarat Road; get some traditional Chinese sausages, Chinese herbs and also drop by the wholesale & wet markets selling seasonal fruits, dried goods, fresh seafood, cooked food, handicraft, clothing and many more.

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

[New Outlets] Sembawang White Beehoon (三巴旺白米粉)

Sembawang White Beehoon (三巴旺白米粉) is one of the few popular cze char stalls in Sembawang and Yishun area which is located at 22 Jalan Tampang (You Huak Restaurant). As long as I could remember this stall had being at the same location for more than 10 years serving loyalty patrons who loved their signature white beehoon. The dinner queues usually starts to crazy during evening time from around 5pm onward and most of the time you need to wait for at least 20 minutes or more before you can grab your seats. Now with another 2 new outlets (sun plaza shopping centre & punggol settlement) serving similar dishes I am sure it will helps to spread up the queues.

Saturday, 12 December 2015

[Updated] Christmas Wonderland 2015 @ Gardens By The Bay

This Christmas Singapore is holding her second Christmas Wonderland which is an annual yuletide fair with light sculptures and festive market at Gardens By the Bay from 28 November 2015 to 03 January 2016. Visitors will be able to experience "winter" at the new Ice Palace with indoor ice skating rink or making snow angels at the snow playground. Besides chilling up there are also carnival games and rides plus European-style festive market and Spiegeltent festive menu to perk up the festive mood too.

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Japanese Chigiri-Pan 3D Bread Recipes & Vidoes

Chigiri-Pan (3Dちぎりパン) or commonly known as "tear off/pull-apart bread" is one of the new baking craze among online bakers. This soft and fluffy bread can be made into different designs from original square to 3D cartoon characters or festive themes base on your creatives and imaginations. After which you can serve them with butter and jam or turn them into posh sandwiches for parties and gatherings.

In this article I am sharing five recipes which you can make together with your kids during school holidays. On a side note these recipes can be done using "hand knead" method so you don't even need to have a stand mixer or bread machine to do the job.

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Philips Noodle Maker: Homemade Spinach & Yuzu Noodles

Now with the help of our reliable "noodle maker" we can easily enjoy fresh homemade noodles from sketch in 30 minutes or less from making the noodles till serving it as a dish. This machine comes in handy in making different types of noodles like ramen, pasta, lasagna as well as Asian noodles and dumpling wrapper.

As you know homemade noodle is full of goodness without preservatives, colourings and oil added in the making process. Furthermore you can let your creativity run wild by incorporating ingredients like beetroot or kale juice, ink squid, sesame paste and wholemeal/semolina flour to achieve different flavours and colours.

Monday, 16 November 2015

Lemon Yogurt Pound Cake (柠檬优格磅蛋糕)

I always get mesmerize by those classic lemony pound cake (with a thick layer of white icing) sold in the cafes. To be frank I have weakness on food made from lemon like pound cake, shortbread, lemon curd, lemon bar and honey lemon drink. In this post I am sharing one of my favourite lemon bake which is well-received by family and friends; Lemon Yogurt Pound Cake. This fusion of old fashioned tea cake is made with Greek yogurt then soak with lemon sugar mixture to make it extra moist and lemony!

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Popular Thai Street Food

Bangkok is a beautiful city as well as food paradise with variety of local and international cuisines from Japan, Korea, Vietnam and etc. For us we  love to explore their street food stalls which offers authentic local Thai food from snacks, beverages, main till desserts that features their food cultures.  In Bangkok you can easily spot food vendors along the streets or outside shopping malls selling fresh cut fruits, beverages, fried noodles and more.

In this post I would like to share some of the common street or local food in Bangkok which we found during our last visit. And if you are keen to visit or try there is a stretch of street food stalls outside Central World Mall which draw tourists attention while passing through the walkway to Pratunam Mall.

Friday, 6 November 2015

[Day 2] Chatuchak Weekend Market and Street Food

On Day 2 we decided to visit weekend market in the afternoon after meeting up my brother for his house viewing appointment. Chatuchak is popular "must-visit" wholesales weekend market for both tourists and the local Thai people. With more than 8,000 retails and food stalls that occupied the 35-acre area do prepare yourself with some sunblock and water to brave the crowds and heat during your visit.

Saturday, 31 October 2015

Halloween Themed Lunch With Onigiri & Chicken Stew

Hi everyone! Any Halloween Trick-or-Treat Party for you tonight? Although we have never being to any of these spooky parties but I still love to prepare some Halloween related food or bakes for the kid as a treat. Sad to say, this year I only managed to prepare a simple lunch menu due to school exam falls on the same week.

Friday, 23 October 2015

5 Singapore Local Foods That Can Make You Happy

Singapore is a food paradise with wide range of cuisines and tantalising food from hawker centres to restaurant that satisfy our food craving at any time of the day. With busy work schedules like juggling appointments, meetings and generating reports; I am sure everyone is looking forward for some mood-lifting food to perk-up the tiring day. No matter how challenging your days are, it is easier to face it when your spirits are high than moody and feeling hungry.

For me I am easily satisfied with either a plate of fried rice with sunny-side-up egg, fish soup or fried oyster omelette together with an ice-cold Coke® to end my hectic day. In this article I would like to share five of my mood booster foods which I hope they will help to brighten up your mood in a way.

Monday, 19 October 2015

Getting Around in Bangkok with Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT, River Boat, Taxi & Tuk Tuk

Hi welcome back to our Bangkok travel post, today we shall share some tips on how to get around in Bangkok city using their local transport system. Base on our traveling modes in Bangkok trips we felt the most convenient and safest way to get around Bangkok is through their BTS Skytrain which located mostly near hotels, popular malls and tourist attractions.

Below are 5 main modes of transportation which you might find it useful in helping you to get around Bangkok city without much trouble.

Thursday, 15 October 2015

3 Recipes Using Hokkaido Fresh Milk

Hokkaido is well-known for its delicious dairy products, beautiful scenery and fresh seafood. In fact I still miss the Hokkaido Fresh Milk which I had couple of years back during my Japan trip. The good news is now you can find Hokkaido Fresh Milk without traveling to Japan.

Hokkaido Fresh Milk is as good on its own or you can pair it with breakfast cereal, granola, cakes and pastries or even use it to create quick desserts, bakes or even Japanese favourite "royal milk tea". In this article I will be sharing 3 fool-proof recipes which can be easily done in less than 20 minutes.

Monday, 12 October 2015

[Day 1] 6D5N Trip to Bangkok (BKK), Thailand

Hello everyone, it had being more than a month since my last post in August. Just a quick update, we had a great trip to Bangkok (BKK) during September school holidays; exploring the beautiful city, shopping, food hunt as well as catching up with friends. Besides that our main aim is to visit my brother who went over recently for his new job posting at the Singapore International School.

Monday, 24 August 2015

Hokkaido Gourmet Street 2015 @ Jurong Point; 28 August – 06 September 2015

This coming autumn, let us pamper ourselves with delicious food choices from the 10 days Hokkaido Gourmet Street 2015 is running for, starting from 28 August - 06 September 2015. The event will be held daily at WAttention Plaza (basement 1 of Jurong Point Mall) from 11:00am to 9.30pm featuring an array of irresistible mouth-watering dishes.

This is organised by Sapporo City which is the capital of Hokkaido, Japan. Sapporo has a lot to offer particularly in terms of their marvellous food choices which is why they are given the title as the “City of Food”. The city is especially well-known for its soup curry, ramen noodles and ‘Genghis Khan’ mutton which are popular among tourists and their locals.

Chong Pang Food Centre - Our Favourite Place For Satisfying Meal

In Singapore, after a long day at work, most of us (especially young couples) tend to eat out because by the time we get home it’s already too late (around 7pm) to prepare dinner and do the washing-ups. Furthermore, on days like closing of the month or working overtime, I am sure a satisfying meal with hearty dish and a comfort beverage will instantly lift up your mood and chase away the blues despite your busy schedules and tiring day.

Friday, 21 August 2015

5 Recipes Using Spare Ribs

Spare ribs are inexpensive ingredients which are full of flavour and it can be used in many different ways such as barbecued, roasted, steamed or slow-cooked. In Singapore spare ribs are often used to prepare one of our well-known local dish; Bak Kut Teh (肉骨茶) which we can replicate at home using store bought spice pack too.

Here we have 5 Asian-style spare rib recipes which you might be interested to try out over the weekend. All the ingredients used can be easily obtain from local supermarkets and I have also included demo clips and Chinese version of the recipes on how to prepare these dishes.

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Day Trip To Pulau Ubin - 乌敏岛

Pulau Ubin is a small island minutes (about 10 minutes boat ride) away from Singapore and it was once used for quarrying granite that was used extensive in building the high rise buildings in Singapore. It had being more than 10 years since I last visited this beautiful "kampong style aka village" island and recently we had made two separate trips there in order to explore different parts of the island.

This offshore island is a great place for nature and bike loves to spend a day or two exploring the island by hiring a bicycle, set up a camp at one of the camping site or learn more about the mangroves and the sea creates that lives there.

Saturday, 8 August 2015

[June School Holidays: Week 4] Pulau Ubin, Food Hunt and Recipes

Time passes so quickly that we are into the last week of June school holidays in a blink of eyes. The boy and I had so much fun exploring different parts of Singapore as well as feasting on new and existing eateries and cafes. With that we have found our new love in Waffle and Bingsu plus memorable day trips to Pulau Ubin and Johor.

This week we also sharing some easy homecook recipes like steamed herbal chicken, stir-fry sambal okra, durian sweetcorn muffin and etc.

Monday, 20 July 2015

[Resort World Sentosa] S.E.A Aquarium, Skyride & Food

On the 3rd week of June School Holidays the boy suggests to re-visit S.E.A Aquarium which is located in Resort World Sentosa (RWS). And while browsing through their website for on-line tickets, I managed to spot a good deal that helps to save some dollars too. Besides seeing the marine creatures, we also explore the coastal parts of the island by hopping onto the beach tram which ferry us from Siloso to Palawan Beach. Oh ya not to forget we also took the courage to ride on the Skyride chairlift too.

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

[June School Holidays: Week 3] Resort World Sentosa, Food Hunt and Recipes

On the 3rd week of June holidays, we continue our food hunt at Hong Lim Food Centre, Monster Curry, Boon Tong Kee as well as feast on our favouite durian since it is on peak season. Besides food the boy and I also went for a day trip to Resort World Sentosa which you can read more in details below.

As for this week recipes we are featuring huai shan chicken soup, fried dumpling and braised chicken with bitter gourd which I hope you will like it.

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

JB (Johor Bahru) Food Trail, Malaysia

This June school holidays we did not managed to plan any overseas trips because our passport renewal was held up due to some delay. But after picking our new passport on the second week of June, we decided to join cousin and his family for an impromptu food and shopping day trip to Johor Bahru (JB), Malaysia.

With a good itinerary and guide (cousin) that bring us around, we managed to conquer a few "must try" food places like Restoran Ya Wang, Hiap Joo Bakery, Hui Lau Shan, Cedar Point Food Centre and etc which you can check it out in this post.

Saturday, 4 July 2015

Malay Fried Chicken Rice - 马来炸鸡饭

This Malay Fried Chicken Rice is inspired by my next door neighbour whom is a great cook. KaKak (Mdm khatijah) is a cheerful lady whom often share her cooking tips with me. Besides that she also taught me many delicious dishes which everyone loves such as Nasi Ayam Goreng (Malay fried chicken rice), Roti John (omelette sandwich), Bergedil (potato patty), Spicy Fried Spaghetti with Shrimp and etc.

This delicious fried chicken is flavoured by two main seasonings which are; turmeric and chicken stock powder. Furthermore to enhance the taste and texture of the chicken I also added some grated ginger juice to act as meat tenderizer too.

Thursday, 2 July 2015

[June School Holidays: Week 2] JB Food Trip, Food Hunt and Recipes

Moving into second week of June holidays, we continue our food hunt with waffle and ice cream at Sunday Folks, dim sum lunch at the newly opened London Fat Duck Restaurant at Scotts Square, weekly movie as well as an impromptu day trip to Johor Bahru (JB) shopping malls.

Besides eating out, I also cook dinner on most of the weekday nights with our favourite dishes like Hong Zao Chicken (红槽鸡), Malay Fried Chicken Rice, ABC Soup and etc which you can refer to the recipes below.

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Durian Sweetcorn Muffin - 榴莲玉米玛芬

I love corn muffin especially those served as sides in American restaurant that comes with bits of corn kernels in it because I simply adore its sweetness and sandy texture on each bites. So for this mentioned recipe, I turn my favourite ingredients; cornmeal, sweetcorn and durian into a sinful and yet delicious teatime snack which we go crazy with.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Korean Dessert In Singapore - Bingsu Vs Soft Serve Ice Cream

The Korean wave continues to hit Singapore over the past few years with K-Drama, boy bands, fashion and now even dessert cafes are into trend these days selling Bingsu (Korean style shaved ice with assorted toppings) and soft serve ice cream which are popular among youngster.

In June school holidays; together with my partner in crime (my boy, Instagramer @greenpiggy) we have a lot of fun going around Singapore to hunt for food as well as sightseeing. Below are some of the Korean Dessert Cafes which we have tried and would like to share our views with you too.

Monday, 22 June 2015

[June School Holidays: Week 1] Fishing, Cafe Hopping and Food Hunt

Time flies and now we are into the last week of June School Holidays. Although we did not plan any overseas trip this year but we do have lot of fun during the past few weeks exploring different parts of Singapore. For example; we went for fishing, food hunt, picnic, cafe hopping as well as day trip to Johor, Malaysia.

And on days when the boy has tuition classes, we would stay in door enjoying bonding time together whipping up meals or baking some tea snacks. Some days we also mingle around our little garden take care of our plants and vegetables. So for this and the subsequent posts we welcome you to join us walking through the wonderful time and memories that shared between me and the boy during the June school holidays.

Monday, 8 June 2015

[Gluten + Dairy Free] Banana Bread With Raspberry And Coconut

Recently I have an obsession for Banana Bread and I have being trying different combination of ingredients and methods to get the best recipe for my family. And for those who do gluten free bakes you will realize most of the time the bakes tend to be dry and crumbly due to the use of ingredients. But for this super easy one bowl "gluten + dairy free" Banana Bread recipe; the end result is amazing with super moist and hearty texture all thanks to the over-ripe bananas. Furthermore together with the raspberry the combination of banana and coconut are a match made in heaven that adds bonus points to this bake too.

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

[recipes] Perfect Italiano Cheese - Weekend Brunch Ideas

We love brunch and I am sure you love it too. So why not starts your weekend right with some fuss free homemade cafe-style brunch in your comfort zone. You can choose between the usual egg and toast, pasta or even new ideas like Nacho Pizza which requires minimal ingredients and preparation steps which enable you to have more time to enjoy the meal with your loved ones.

Sunday, 31 May 2015

Mixed Berry Magic Cake - 莓子香草魔法蛋糕

Magic Cake (also known as 魔法蛋糕 or Magic Custard Cake) is where one cake batter magically turns into 3 distinct layers after being baked in the oven. And it feels so amazing when you see a fluffy sponge layer on top, wobble custard layer in the middle and a dense cake layer on the bottom while cutting the cake.

Friday, 29 May 2015

Chocolate Banana Nutella Cake - 香蕉榛子酱蛋糕

Nothing beats a slice of good old pound cake for afternoon tea. This fusion version of Chocolate Banana Nutella Pound Cake includes mashed banana to add-on a moist texture even when refrigerated plus the rich flavour of Dutch-processed cocoa powder and Nutella for a more chocolately taste.

Monday, 18 May 2015

[recipe] Coconut Banana Bread - 椰子香蕉面包

Today we will be having banana bread that is made with ripe bananas that are sweet and fragrant together with coconut oil and fresh shredded coconut that add in strong coconut flavour without overpowering the taste of the bananas. We love the moist and soft interior of the cake with a slight crisp top that is covered with lightly burnt shredded coconut that adds extra bits for a perfect breakfast or tea choice.

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

[Day 2] Disneyland California + Disney California Adventure

Disneyland Park - Anaheim, California
First of all, thanks to those who leave me encouragement notes as well as enquiry emails regarding our first trip to West Coast of the United States. Meanwhile I will try my best to share as much information as I could for the rest of the upcoming posts which I hope it would useful in a way for those who are planning to travel to U.S soon.

[Day 2] Disneyland Park where dreams come true is a magical theme park fill with fun, laughter and excitement for family or visitors of all ages. There are a total of 5 Disneyland Theme Parks in the world with two in U.S (California and Florida); one each in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Paris (but from what I Google there is 6th Disneyland currently under construction in Shanghai). Among the five we are blessed to conquer four of them and in this post I would like to share our experience in Disneyland Park, California as well as Disney California Adventure Park. Hope you would enjoy reading through this.

Friday, 8 May 2015

Betty Crocker - Our Favourite Cake & Cookie Mixes

[Betty Crocker] Homemade cookies with LOVE
Think about it this is the 11th Mother's Day that I am celebrating with the family and this year my boy gave me a special handmade gift; Assorted Chocolate Chip Cookies which he made solely on his own. And to spread the love for this special occasion, he even packed the cookies into gift bags for his granny and grandma as well my bestie whom is also his schoolmate mum.

Labour Day Long Weekend

Time flies when another week had past without your notice. It seems like last Friday we had a wonderful Labour Day Holiday and now it's Friday again which is two day away before 10 May, Mother's Day. By the way, have you get ready your presents or plans to celebrate with your beloved mum. For us we had an earlier celebration in order to avoid the crowds so if you have time you can  read up some of the places that we went (National Museum, East Coast Park) and eateries (Thai boat noodles, Wee's Family Coffee Shop) that we tried over the long holiday weekend.

Friday, 24 April 2015

[Day 1] Our Ultimate California + Las Vegas Trip In 2014

After months of planning and consideration, our family finally set-off for our first long haul flight to U.S. last December (2014) by joining the 14D11N Ultimate California + Las Vegas tour from Dynasty Travel. I still remember vividly during the preparations, we were worried about the traveling time, food, weather etc and moreover our tour only finalized two weeks before departure due to the dates and group size.

Looking back it had being almost 5 months since we returned from the trip but only till recently I have the time to go through those photos to compile the writeup.  I hope through these related posts I am able to share with you our wonderful memories and encounters during the 14 days west coast U.S. trip.

Friday, 10 April 2015

Beetroot Chiffon Cake - 甜菜根威风蛋糕

Beetroot Chiffon Cake
Finally it's Friday! It had being a busy week where I need to be out of the house most of the time running errands but on the bright side I managed to overcome my fear on driving which is an achievement to me. Ops sorry! Let's be back on track with the Beetroot Chiffon Cake.

I am always excited when it comes to chiffon cake because our family love its spongy and fluffy texture. In this post we are using Beetroot which is a natural superfood to bake a healthy chiffon cake for the family.

Thursday, 2 April 2015

Fun Recipe Ideas using The Laughing Cow Cheeses

[Main] Cheesy Penne with Salmon and Broccoli
Dairy products such as cheese and milk are often considered as a natural source of calcium to strengthen children's teeth and bones. With that our fridge is always packed with bottles of fresh milk and array of cheese in all form such as cheese spread, sandwich cheese and belcube cheese.

The Laughing Cow cheese products have been around for many many years. It’s known for its superbly smooth and creamy taste. So in this post I would like to share a quick pasta lunch recipe which can be easily prepared in less than 20 minutes using their cheese spread and sliced cheddar to create a delicious white cheese sauce. Besides that there are also a few fun ideas of adding cheese into your daily diet. 

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Moments And Memories - March School Holiday 2015

Monday, 23 March 2015 marks an important date in Singapore history because our founding father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew has passed away peacefully at the age of 91. With the great lost and seven-day of national mourning, members of the public flooded to join the long waiting queue (waited as long as 10 hours) to pay their last respects for Mr Lee Kuan Yew at the Lying-in-State located in Parliament House. Indeed it was a long and heart wrenching week for everyone in Singapore but Mr Lee's name will forever be remembered in our heart for his contributions to build a better Singapore (read more @ http://www.rememberingleekuanyew.sg/).

Friday, 20 March 2015

[recipes] Mango Sago Pomelo vs Mango Pudding

[Dessert] Homemade Mango Sago with Pomelo
Now is definitely a good time to make some mango dessert especially when those sweet Honey Mango from Thailand are on offer. Since the fruit stalls at my area are selling 1 for either a dollar to two depending its outer appearance and ripeness, I bought a dozen to make some cool refreshing chilling Mango Sago as well as Mango Pudding to beat the scorching heat.

Saturday, 14 March 2015

2015 Chinese New Year Family Gatherings

Chinese New Year Gatherings
Gosh, it's almost coming to the end of 1st quarter for 2015 and before we move on to new recipe posts. With that here are some recap of our Chinese New Year gatherings with relatives and friends whom I am bless to have them with us even though we might not get together often during the year. But thanks to the advance social media platforms we are still able to keep in touch with each other through texts, photos or even video clips in our cozy chat groups.

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

[With Recipes] 2015 Chinese New Year Lunch Gathering With Relatives

Like previous two years, mum invited our relatives to come over for lunch gathering on the second day of Chinese New Year where everyone gets together to mingle around and enjoy some homecook feast. As you know to prepare a semi-buffet for a big group of 30 people was indeed a challenging job but thanks God with past years experience we managed to get everything ready just in time for lunch.

In this post I would be sharing a few recipes on the dishes and bakes that we prepared  and I hope they might come in handy for you too.

Monday, 16 February 2015

[with recipes] Homemade Chinese New Year Bakes

Are you ready for the Chinese New Year feast! Here we are counting down 3 days to the year of Sheep (Goat/Ram) which falls on this Thursday, 19 February 2015. I am sure by now most of you have already done your new year shopping; completed your bakes and left with last minutes grocery or fresh food pick-up before reunion dinner on Wednesday.

Likewise for the past few days we had being busy churning up new year goodies as gifts for relatives to show our appreciations and blessings to them. Below are recipes on some of our favourite bakes for this year including 2 recipes using air-fryer to "air-fried" crab sticks and arrowhead chips.

Friday, 23 January 2015

Double Chocolate Pound Cake with Peanut Butter Glaze

Double Chocolate Pound Cake with Peanut Butter Glaze
Apart from our favourite chiffon cakes, pound cake is another choice which often appears on our baking list. Although most pound cake recipes called for an equal amount of butter, sugar and flour in “1 : 1 : 1” ratio, this recipe is slightly different because more butter is being used than usual.

Monday, 19 January 2015

[3 recipes] Homemade Asian Noodle using Philips Noodle Maker (HR2365/05)

Spinach Wanton Noodle - 菠菜云吞面
In this second part (refer to part I here) of homemade noodles write-up, we continue to explore more recipes using Philips Avance Noodle Maker together with fresh vegetable and/or fruit juice to make delicious and fuss free Asian noodle dish in 30 minutes or less. Each flavour of noodle tested  in this post has its unique taste that blends well with the recipe which I hope it will suits your preference too.

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

[3 recipes] Homemade Pasta using Philips Noodle Maker (HR2365/05)

Baked Pumpkin Fettuccine
Have you tried making your own pasta or even Asian noodles like Japanese Udon or thin noodle for Stir-fry Chow Mien (recipe)? Our family is a big fan of noodles and now with our new Philips Avance Noodle Maker, I am able to make customized fresh noodles (with/without egg, choice of flour and etc) such as egg noodle, penne, fettuccine in 15 minutes including preparations.

In this post I will be sharing 3 types of noodles made with this noodle maker using natural ingredients for its colour, flavour and texture well as a few quick recipes plus tips on it.

Saturday, 10 January 2015

[recipes] Pandan Chiffon Cake - 香兰戚风蛋糕

Pandan Chiffon Cake - 香兰戚风蛋糕
Nothing beats a slice of comfort homemade Pandan Chiffon Cake (香兰戚风蛋糕) to cheer up my boy whenever he is moody or stress over school work. This old school sponge cake is flavoured  and coloured with gorgeous jade green colour juice obtained from pandan leaves (pandanus / screwpine) . Besides this cake also has an unique aroma and spongy texture which reminds you of home especially for those Singaporean residing overseas for years.

Thursday, 8 January 2015

[5 Recipes] Back To School Lunch Ideas With Perfect Italiano 4 Cheese Melt

Back-to-school Lunch Ideas
It's a brand new year and welcome to 2015 folks! With new school term starting I am sure most of you with kid(s) like us who is going back to school it will be another year of brain cracking time to prepare their lunch and/or tea snack. Likewise our boy who is in higher primary this year will most probably be spending more time in the school or rushing for after school enrichment classes. So preparing some quick lunch/snack such as sandwiches, muffins or hot food (baked rice/pasta) will be a great choice to fill up his hungry tummy until dinner.

Recently Perfect Italiano has launched a new addition; Perfect Italiano 4 Cheese Melt to their existing ranges exclusive only to Cold Storage supermarkets. This delicious blend is perfect for melting and grilling which is a bonus to turn simple tasty meals in minutes. Below are 5 recipes tested using this new blend of cheese to whip up some quick cheesy meal.

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