Singapore Wild Sourdough – making time for yourself.

Sourdough, while not particularly complicated requires immense patience and sacrifice. Sacrifice to the gods of baking is plausible because in humid Singapore, my quest for a workable sourdough has driven me to wonder if I needed to resort to that. The true sacrifice required is your personal time; many precious weekends to be precise. Forgoing…

Chicken “claypot” rice

Last weekend we had Cheryl’s family over for lunch and I decided to prepare chicken claypot rice; only problem is I don’t have a claypot so I decided to try it out in the tagine. I was pleasantly surprised by the results. After Cheryl’s post on thebakerwhocooks.net, we had a few requests for the recipe so…

Sous Vide Chinese Style braised beef 

   Last night I shared a wonderful dinner with my Friends, over dinner one of the conversation topics was about my Blog. “When are we gonna see more blogs on food” asked Gaston “I don’t want to see a fecking blog about your new shoes”  Now as enamoured as I am about my new shoes…