durian

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Now “eggless” is usually synonymous with less-than-delicious cakes, but this time, Emicakes‘ range of eggless cakes blew us all away. The eggless cakes are made from the egg substitute whey protein, said to be suitable for certain vegetarians. Even for a non-vegetarian like myself, I really enjoy these conveniently packed...
Goodwood Park Hotel has a knack for creating delectable mooncakes filled with fruity goodness. For Mooncake Festival 2011, the durian specialist is offering a range of snowskin mooncakes featuring different fruity themes. Assorted snowskin combo S$50 for a box of 4 assorted flavours Rating: The four snowskin mooncake flavours are...
Hello March. Durian lovers, you know what that means. The annual Goodwood Park Durian Fiesta is back! From March to July, you can enjoy a smorgasbord of durian creations at Goodwood Park Hotel, which recently celebrated its 110th anniversary. We’re talkin’ puffs and crepes and strudels and cakes. Making its...
A bakery by the name of Metrocakes has just opened on our sunny shores. The shop is located at the quaint district of Kampong Glam, specialising in mini cakes, cupcakes and whole cakes that include gorgeous couture cakes! If you are a mouse potato who loves the convenience of online...
When people talk about Emicakes, they will usually wax lyrical about the delicious durian puffs, cakes and crepes. This local bakery chain is all about the durian baby! This Mid-Autumn Festival, the bakery has been churning out its own mooncake creations. We’re talking irresistible flavours such as chocolate, mango, and...
Every year, fruit pastry fans look forward to two things at Goodwood Park Hotel. One is the Durian Fiesta where pastries and cakes made with D24 durians fly off the shelves. The other would be the fruity snowskin mooncakes during Mid-Autumn Festival. Fruity snowskin mooncakes S$46 for a box of...
Durian. You either love it or hate it. I have to admit that I belong to the camp that isn’t too fond of the smell of durian. The stench is so overwhelmingly strong that, in Singapore, the fruit hilariously gets its own warning sign on buses and trains. But for...
Swiss roll fans definitely wouldn’t want to miss this. Or all pastry fans, for that matter. This little bakery has been raved about time and again by journalists and bloggers alike. Yet I find it absolutely necessary to blog about it at least once, in case some of you do...