During Christmas break, I had these delicious cookies at Joe’s grandmother’s made of chinese noodles coated in butterscotch. Since I’ve always loved a little East-meets-West, I asked for the recipe and found that it’s one of the easiest snacks to make! What you need 2 x 12oz butterscotch bits (you can find this in supermarket baking or desserts/candy [...]
Tag Archives: food
Nothing like an overcrowded bus to Kanchanaburi from Bangkok. Good thing I got there early. Some poor souls had to stand in the aisle during the 3-hour ride. Should I mention that I love the name of this state/city? Kanchanaburi, Kanchanaburi, Kanchanaburi. It just rolls off the tongue beautifully. Apple’s Retreat Apple’s Guesthouse embodies the [...]
In case anyone was wondering, I was away last week on a short trip with my roommate from Taylor’s College, Kitky (who goes by “Kit” now, but I will never break the habit of calling her Kitky so she’ll just have to live with it!) and her baobei, Ang. I hadn’t seen her since 2007 [...]
I recently discovered the magic of pancake art. If only Jim, the master pancake chef wasn’t already married with children!! Some of his best work include reproductions of a ferris wheel, The Golden Gate Bridge and even a toilet (complete with chocolate chips in the bowl!). And all of it for his little girl. Let’s [...]
This is a quick update for my friends who want to know what life is like in sunny (read: hot and wet) Malaysia. First of all, it’s humid. When I stepped onto the terminal at Singapore airport, I felt a blast of hot mist splash onto my face. It was actually quite a shock to [...]
“If I ate myself, would I become twice my size or disappear completely?” The question doesn’t make sense and probably isn’t technically feasible, but I really want to know.
Check out this list of Geekiest Wedding Cakes on Huffington Post! Guaranteed to perplex (some of) your elders, amuse (most of) your guests and garner you (a lot of) internet admiration. Unless your cake is that of the dead Tauntaun. That’s just creepy.