Moxie is a spot has become a regular lunch date venue for us on my husband’s day off; the menu is plant-forward, the dishes simple- letting the sustainably sourced produce shine and do all the work, yet tasty and robust. Led by Head Chef Michael Smith, the menu is evolving seasonally, along with the ingredients […]

Chef Vicky is a dear friend and also a fantastic chef that knows the ins and outs of Chinese and French cooking. He’s my King of Soups. And we all know the hallmark of a good Cantonese soup is the rich but subtle flavours – the essence of all the best produce (fish maw, sea […]

Looking forward to the reopening of borders – God knows when. One thing we really miss about Macao is the dining scene. Here’s a story I wrote for Travel Weekly for MGTO.

Cafe Melaka It’s been a while since I’ve been here, but when I was living in SYP neighbourhood, I used to get my laksa and char kueh teow fix at Cafe Melaka at Hotel Jen. You can find chendol, rojak and the whole works on the menu. I’m have to make another trip back now […]

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I haven’t been home to Singapore since February last year and that was the last trip I had taken on a plane. I’ve really lucked out having discovered the community of homecooks in Hong Kong doing amazing food. Southeast Asian food is rich, complex and delicious. It is also alot of prep work to create […]

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We had a bunch of overripe peaches and nectarines in the fridge that was too soft and squishy to eat so I sliced them up and threw them into a mix of Ingredients: one teaspoon of lemon juice 2 teaspoons of vanilla essence (I would have used the pods if I had them) One teaspoon […]

Nutritionist Dr Deanna Minich reached out to me to collaborate and shares some invaluable advice on navigating the Dos and Don’ts of pregnancy with a science-based approach. Her guest post: Pregnancy is a very exciting and happy experience in a woman’s life. It is a pivotal point in every woman’s life and can be confusing […]

I haven’t jumped on the keto bandwagon just yet, as most of my friends have and swear by the efficacy of the diet on weightloss. I love my carbs, so diet is a really difficult practice for me despite being pretty disciplined with everything else. Inspired by my friend Joan making all sorts of delicious […]

We all wonder when can we ever travel again. Hong Kong is dealing with its third wave of Covid19 cases with challenges in tracing its source and unfortunately so many asymptomatic cases. I’ve been prudent and staying indoors, partly because of the sweltering summer heat and also avoiding risks of catching Covid with a compromised […]

I’m so proud of my friend Samaira for getting the show on the road. She’s one of the best home cooks I know and a wealth of information for Indian cuisine. Her mum used to run a Dabbawala (tiffin meals) business in Bombay and naturally she grew up in the kitchen. Taking the name from […]

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