Recipe – Eggs Souffle

Tired of boiled eggs and breakfast cereals during #stayathome, take your egg game to another level with this quick easy breakfast souffle

Musings – The Angels share – An afternoon with Charles MacLean

My darling Cheryl (Thebakerwhocooks) received a press invite to the Singapore Duty Free Store (DFS) at Changi Airport to be part of a whisky appreciation afternoon with whisky’s finest guru Charles MacLean. DFS is hosting a six week whiskey festival at Singapore Changi Airport. The event was inaugurated at DFS Singapore in 2016. This year…

Review – Burnt Ends – Sing, Dance, Skill

The best seats in the house are no longer tucked away in an exclusive corner of the restaurant behind closed doors; doors that shielded the public’s eyes from the gastronomic wonders that await within. These days the best seats are center-stage, right smack in front of an open kitchen, like at Burnt Ends, with counter seats…

Review – shelter in the woods – how not to hurry

Nestled in a quiet corner of Bukit Timah (so nestled in that the cab driver, even with GPS assistance, seemed to have trouble locating it) is an unassuming, cozy little rotisserie restaurant offering unapologetic rustic European food. It is prepared with what I can only describe as a passion to delight the senses. Do not…

Review – Tanuki Raw – The art of illusion

As a chef, I value feedback from my customers. It is even more welcoming when it is justified because it gives me the chance to better understand the food I cook and my customers’ expectations. There are however two types of criticisms that do not sit well with me –  1. A critique about me not meeting my customers…