I like going to Bugis Junction due to its convenient location and numerous shops, but unfortunately it’s never been a place I associate with good and affordable food. Glad to report that I’ve since discovered a new and affordable restaurant to recommend
I made Afghans during the weekend. An Afghan cookie, or Afghan biscuit if you will, are apparently traditional New Zealand cookies. These taste very much like chocolate cookies with cornflakes in them. Apart from shortbread, I think Afghans are one of my
The Partner is a good cook! We recently procured some good extra virgin olive oil, so he decided to make some bruschetta for lunch. The toppings are diced tomatoes, mushrooms and garlic. He also made some without the garlic. The
YY Kafei Dian’s breakfast beehoon has fallen in standards. It used to be so good, I would drive to Beach Road almost every morning just to have it. The bee hoon costs $1, and a fried sunny-side-up costs another $0.50. YY’s coffee
Hope you have had a good dinner today. I’m going to enjoy my dinner now. Crumbed Pork Loin on a bed of cajun potato cubes, broccoli and mushrooms. Every household should have a good chef.
As I mentioned in an earlier post several months back, there is indeed a dearth of cheap and good places in the East Coast Park area to have a cuppa and a snack when hunger pangs strikes at night. I mean there