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My Mum’s Cooking: Sambar with Coconut Milk

Let me just state that I can’t cook. If cooking includes, making grilled sandwiches, frying eggs, making french toast or pancakes out of a mix, then I sort of can, but not the real authentic Ceylonese cooking my mum and … Continue reading

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Appam Specialist at Tekka Market

Appam is a Ceylonese breakfast item that I used to have every Sunday as a child. In English it is called Hoppers.  My uncle used to go to the market to buy them for us and those were so yummy. … Continue reading

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My Aunt Bakes: National Day Cake and Sugee Cake

My Aunt is such a wonderful baker. Well, she’s actually a teacher by profession but her true love is cooking and baking. She doesn’t sell her cakes or anything but does it  with love for her family, and always surprises us … Continue reading

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French Girl in a Singapore Household: Culture Shock

It’s so cool that I have a French relative, and I am learning so much from her. I was chatting with C the other day and asked her how she adapted so well to living in Singapore. I wanted her … Continue reading

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Cupcakes from My Aunty C’s Kitchen

My cousin’s home from Perth and her mum/ my aunt made some lovely cupcakes as a welcome home treat.  I’m so lucky to have an aunt who is such a great baker.  She’s actually a primary school teacher by vocation, … Continue reading

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