Category Archives: Food

Youtube Recipes I like

These are the YouTube videos/recipes I refer to most frequently. If it is not obvious, I am a fan of Chef John’s cooking videos. I like his humour, and his self-deprecating approach. You know he does not have an ego, … Continue reading

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“I hate potatoes!”

Z has declared to PL that she doesn’t like potatoes. Not mashed. Not whole slices of potatoes. But she will eat chips, fries, and hash browns. And would even ask for them.

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Unagiya Ichinoji

We ate here for lunch one Sat. Z said she wanted to come back here. That is a pretty rare endorsement from her. Not objective or anything. Just rare. The Unagi does seem special to me and PL. Unagi is … Continue reading

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<A post I wrote a year ago almost to the date (26 Oct 2017). I guess it’s matured enough!> A friend once responded to my description of how I sometimes make decisions as “rather random”. When we were dating (or … Continue reading

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Staycation July 2018 – Return to Changi Village

After our last Staycation at Changi, I felt that as a mini-vacation, it was value for money and effort. And Z really loves the break. So for our 5th anniversary, we had a staycation in Changi Village again. Any excuse … Continue reading

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Ten Cents (plus) Kopi-O

Some people get excited over discovering great coffee. Recently, I’ve started getting excited over discovering really affordable coffee. I mean cheap coffee. I’m not usually a fan of “coffee bags”. These are filter bags of coffee grounds, which may contain … Continue reading

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Bathroom mat fries

I show Z the waffle-cut potatoes I had prepared before baking. She said, “looks like bathroom mat”. Which, of course, they did.

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