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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Chop Chop

@ Sin Ming Bakery / Cookhouse / Whatever


Looking to add a little fun to your dining experience? How about these quirky pair of 'pocky' like chopsticks.

For those who don't know what Pocky are; pencil thin baked biscuit dipped on chocolate. An extremely popular snack here in Asia!

Wouldn't be cool if the chopsticks themselves were chocolate flavored!

Friday, April 27, 2012

School’s Out

Various Locations In and Around Houston Texas

Bernie’s Burger Bus
For More Up-To-The-Minute Info
Call or Text @ 281-386-2447
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All hail the food truck!  Something that is a rather foreign concept here in Singapore; for the uninitiated, it’s basically a mobile restaurant where you can find yourself some really.. really.. really good eats!  I was fortunate enough to follow a few of these food trucks while I was in the US.

Thursday, April 26, 2012


Austin Texas

Whataburger 481
11135 N IH 35
Austin, TX 78753
The state of California has In-N-Out Burger.  The Lone Star state has: Whataburger.  The big “W” can be found all around Texas, look for their trademark orange and white striped roof; quite a number of them are open 24 hours which is ideal when you’ve got some midnight hunger pangs!

The Only Airport Where I Welcome a Longer Layover

Narita Airport – Japan

Sushi Yuraku Narita Airport Terminal 1
Central Building 4th Floor
Hours: 07:30-20:30 (Last Order 20:30)
Telephone: +81 (0)476-32-5960
I was fortunate enough to recently have to travel to the US for work; usually people would associate traveling to the US from Singapore with a tiring/boring layover in a foreign airport where you’re struggling to pass the time; not so at Narita Airport.  I’ve always looked forward to a 1-2 hour layover in Narita, it presents me with the opportunity to have some mighty fine sushi / sashimi, yes it’s at the airport and yes you have to pay a premium for it but for the sushi at Sushi Yuraku it’s a happy sacrifice I am always willing to make.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Sentenced Eggs!

@ Sin Ming Cookhouse / Bakery / Whateva

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This has to be the easiest yet one of the most tasty recipes I’ve happen to stumble upon and make.  I first got wind of this recipe while flicking through one of my MasterChef cookbooks.  As always I’ve taken the basic recipe and tweaked it a little to suit my own taste (hopefully for the better), but hey that’s the fun of cooking right?


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