Chocolate Truffles – Round 3

I always make chocolate truffles at Christmas time. Apparently though, I don’t always get time to post those photos for you at Christmas time – despite the clearly Christmas-themed photos that I took of them. Please forgive me? Err…
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Blueberry Ripes – Blueberry and Coconut Dark Chocolate Cups

It has been an absolutely magnificent weekend in Canberra. The sun is warm but not hot and we’ve taken advantage of the changing seasons and started our herb and veggie gardens. Key is looking after the veggies and I’m doing the herbs. So far we have
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Greenies aka Pandan Blondies with Coconut and White Chocolate – The Sweet Swap

Last month, I was super excited to participate in The Sweet Swap. The Sweet Swap is an Australian based food and lifestyle blogger event, which is raising funds for Child Fund Australia. The premise is simple, I signed up for a nominal fee and I rece
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Lemon Thyme Infused Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Pine Nut, Olive Oil and Lemon Crumb

How good is that feeling when you think to yourself ‘damn, this is good’ when you eat something that you’ve made. I try to be humble when it comes to my cooking (after all, you can only rave so much about making snags for dinner hehe) but I also thin
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Frangipane Tart with Pedro Ximénez Dates

One of the things that I missed the most about living away from home, was being able to see our parents regularly. In the last few weeks as we’ve been settling into our our new home, we have been lucky enough to have had both my parents and the
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Kaya Ice Cream – 3 Ingredients Only and No Churn

I always get really excited when I read a recipe for home made ice cream until I see this torturous sentence ‘churn in your ice cream maker.’ I don’t have one though…wah! I had seen Nigella Lawson make a fabulous no churn ice
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Mango and Chia Seed Puddings

I bought some chia seeds in my iHerb haul a while ago and I actually made these mango and chia seed puddings before Christmas, but haven’t been able to share them with you until now. I had my mango tart a few weeks ago and fish burgers (which heavily
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Anzac Tart with Mango and Ricotta

Last year I wore my red shirt very proudly on Singapore’s National Day. I can’t call myself Singaporean, but I’m very lucky to have been given an opportunity to live here and the country has certainly welcomed us with open arms. Living away from our
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Christmas Truffles (Part 2)

I’ve already shared with you some of the Christmas truffles that I’ve made previous years, but I also wanted to show you some of the new truffles that I made this year.    Speculoos Truffles Speculoos spread, Biscoff, cookie butter or wha
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