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    Domino’s Pizza celebrate SG50 with 50% off and new Banana Kaya Dessert!

    I was invited to Domino’s Pizza SG party last week to get to know more about the new Banana Kaya Pizza Dessert!  Oven baked deliciously goodness, it is filled with flavorful pandan kaya made only from the freshest ingredients of coconut cream, eggs and real pandan leaves.  Wonderfully buttery crust sprinkled with some icing sugar. Yum! I love the combination of kaya and banana!  With some others who also came to try out their new dessert and wide range of pizzas. Event started and she was explaining about how this dessert was created and at the same time informing us about the upcoming super deals for SG50! We also got…

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    American Eagle Outfitters Singapore with TypicalBen

    I participated in the #AEOStyleMe contest by American Eagle Outfitters Singapore and was picked up as one of the winners. I was over the moon! I had been reading TypicalBen‘s blog for almost 2 years and finally got to meet him. So excited! I was so nervous! Knowing that there would a number of people coming, I had made some pastries over. But, too bad it was quite hard to eat and choose clothes at the same time, so I decided to just give Ben, Randy and Pei Shi instead. This event was for Ben to style us. I’m in love with checkered clothes. Hence, I told him to choose one for me as American…

  • All Recipes,  Sweet Treats

    Traditional Steamed Sponge Cake (鸡蛋糕)

    Huat ar! That’s the first thing whenever people this this Traditional Steamed Sponge Cake. I’m sure it is almost everyone’s favorite. Simple yet so satisfying. It is something that you don’t crave for, but will definitely tuck in when someone offer you.   My mum used to make 500 of these everyday when she was young. Gave me the recipe and is still good. Lovely! Sweet, eggy and so fragrant. This will sure to impress your family and friends if you are giving it to them as a gift. I like to give them this Huat Kueh when they have some obstacle in life to brighten up their day and give them…

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    Thank you, Mr Lee Kuan Yew

    Thank you, Mr Lee Kuan Yew for everything you have done for us. You will be dearly missed by many of us. You gave us a place to call home. You saw the importance of education and emphasized it so as to make each and every Singaporean ready for their future.  We now have a world-class education system. Rest in Peace Sir, you will always be remembered. 29 March 2015 –  The State Funeral Procession I couldn’t make it to the Parliament House to pay a respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. But, I was lucky enough to be able to attend The State Funeral Procession that was held on Sunday. This was the…