Just this weekend past, Flo and I flew away to Yangon. He had actually booked us tickets as well as accommodation few weeks ago which was really sweet of him especially because that period was rough-going for me. Initially, I wanted to be kept in the dark as to where we were off to, and … Continue reading Good Morning Yangon.
It's been a while since I last shared about my visits to Dr. A. I did see her for a session the week I returned from London but I didn't feel like I took too much away from that. Last Friday was a little more productive. It was a bit of a frenzied morning and … Continue reading Let’s Talk Strategy.
Not too long ago, I shared about Flo's and my trip to Borough Market while we were in London. There, I found myself digging into Big V's Spicy Chickpea Burger Pattyig V's Spicy Chickpea Burger Patty as it sat gloriously amidst a bed of greens. As I stuffed my face with the said patty, I … Continue reading Vegging Out.
Banana Bread is something I bake on a weekly basis. I love how versatile bananas are and how you don't need any artificial flavours to enhance their flavour. More than that, you don't need much sugar especially when you use really ripe, or overripe, ones. I've even baked banana cakes without any added sugar for … Continue reading Rye so Bananas Over the Coconut?.
I was interested in using Coconut Flour to make bread. I've made a Coconut Milk Oatmeal Sandwich Loaf before and quite liked the subtle flavour of the coconut milk in it. I find however, that coconut flour carries a strong coconut aroma and taste. I'm not going to lie though, Coconut Flour Bread should in no … Continue reading Put the Bread in the Coconut…
I've been dabbling in quite a bit of healthier baking recently aside from my usual cake orders that I've been getting on top of since returning from my Lonburg holiday. I prefer to use the term healthier as opposed to healthy because everything sits in a relative continuum don't they? So while I might consider … Continue reading Loco Over Coco(nuts).
Friday was our last full day in London. The few days we had there just whizzed by too quickly and the evening before, I was lamenting about how sad I was the be leaving Europe this time around. Usually I'm ever the eager beaver to return back to the warmth of Singapore, but I guess … Continue reading Love-Filled.
We managed another road trip with my parents on Thursday but this time, we weren't as ambitious as before. It was a straightforward 40-ish minute drive to Cliveden, an estate now owned by the National Trust. Cliveden actually means "valley among cliffs" and has been home to dukes, countesses and a Prince of Wales! Amongst … Continue reading Cliveden and an Old Pub.
One of the meals we most anticipated was exactly where every Asian visits whenever they visit London. I'm not kidding. Burger & Lobster probably makes most of its profits off of us because the place is filled with Asian tourists! Not just this one time, but also last year when I went to another of … Continue reading London Wanderings.
Our first morning in London - Northwood to be exact, the town where my family resides when we're there. It was a soggy day, quite typical of the UK, and it was a bit of a bummer because I felt like Hamburg had totally impressed me with its weather and while I was hoping that … Continue reading Castles. Shakespeare. And Witchcraft?