pastry

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Old Chang Kee is probably most famous for their curry puffs. With a food kiosk at every other shopping mall, you can say that their curry snacks have dominated the local food scene. Do you think Old Chang Kee sells the best curry puffs in Singapore? Apart from their famous...
Every month, tcc the connoisseur concerto lays out a special high tea set at its boutique cafés. What makes this set so popular is that you can enjoy a variety of high-quality bite-sized delights at a very reasonable price. On special occasions such as Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year,...
When I first heard about the KFC Portuguese egg tarts, I was quite skeptical. Skeptical, but curious enough to buy a half dozen of these to try out. Surprisingly, the tarts turn out much better than expected! These creamy egg tart pastries are not to be confused with the traditional...
Update: Here’s the compilation of the mooncakes in Singapore for 2010. It’s mooncake season! Many families, mine included, are busy checking out catalogues and shopping for mooncakes. The mooncakes these days come in a dazzling array of colours, flavours, shapes and sizes. Finding the best one to enjoy at home...
Every Mid-Autumn Festival, I look forward to two things. One is the sight of children carrying lanterns and lighting candles at night. That innocent scene always brings back fond childhood memories. The other is the Raffles Hotel mooncakes. More specifically, the legendary snow-skin mooncakes with champagne truffle and ganache. It’s...