Indian Spiced Chicken with Palak Paneer and Quick Pickle

The quality of Indian food in Singapore is amazing. I shouldn’t have been surprised really as Singapore has a high level of Indian expats. In a shopping centre not far from us, there is an Indian casual restaurant chain called Prata Wala. We have onl
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Slow Cooked Pork Ribs with Home Made BBQ Sauce

A few weekends back, I had an epic afternoon slow cooking some pork ribs. I saw these ribs at the shops about a month ago now. It’s not often you see large chunks of meat in Singapore so I got a bit excited and purchased them on the spot. They were o
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Whole Baked Cauliflower with Pistachio Dukkah

Let’s start with something a bit different today: 20 Random Food Related Facts About Me I think putting tomatoes and strawberries in the fridge is a food crime. Besides making them so cold it makes my sensitive teeth hurt, refrigeration makes them ta
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Mulled Wine Apple Crumble and The Wooden Spoons’ Pantry Essentials

Having a good stock of pantry essentials makes it so much easier to make something quickly for dinner. When we first moved over here, I was a bit lost with what to cook for dinner because not only was I getting used to the supermarkets here, but I al
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Tex Mex Rice Bowl

This tex mex rice bowl is comfort food for me. It’s got all my favourite bits from a burrito and the spicy minced beef sitting on the rice, reminds me of a dish that mum used to make for my brother, sister and I when we were kids. So I know this seem
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Chicken Fajitas

When we first arrived in Singapore, I was able to catch up with an old friend that I met at my first ever full time job. I made smoothies, it wasn’t exactly a leap into the corporate world. Anyway, after all these years, The Lovely L now lives
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Slow Cooked Pork with Cajun Spiced Sweet Potato Chips and Tangy Slaw

It was so hard choosing what to bring with us to Singapore. I don’t think we ended up bringing that much, although I was lucky enough to be able to bring quite a few boxes of cook books that I couldn’t live without. In hindsight, I wish we brou
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