Cherry Tomato Salad with Bocconcini and Basil

This cherry tomato salad is so basic, that it feels a bit dumb to give you a recipe for it. However, it is so simple and so damn tasty, that I couldn’t resist telling you about it. I ended up only using half of this amount for the recipe as in, I use
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Easy Chicken, Chorizo and Pumpkin Tray Bake with Simple Rocket Salad

You may have noticed that each post on here has tags assigned to it. You can find the tags in italics, just under the heading of the post, next to the date. The tags are links to other similar recipes or posts on this blog. For example if you click o
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Home Made Trail Mix

Hi guys, just a simple one for you today. I’ll show you how to make home made trail mix. You can sprinkle these trail mixes over yogurt (or ice cream) use them as a flavour base for granola (recipes here and here) and Key has just been taking little
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Zucchini Impossible Quiche

After we got back from our quick trip away, Key asked me to help him start making a packed lunch to take to work each day. I think he has had enough of rice every day and I know there were a few days that he just wasn’t eating at all as he didn’t hav
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Beverage Series – Watermelon Agua Fresca

I used to be a professional juicer. Seriously…my first full time job was at Boost Juice. It probably wasn’t the best first job out of school but I did make some great friends there, including The Lovely L who I’ve now been lucky enough to connect wit
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One Pan Pasta for One

In Singapore, a lot of local restaurants and bars advertise ‘1 for 1 drinks’ during happy hour. One for one drinks is the local (slightly lost-in-translation) version of what Aussies would call 2 for 1 drinks. In Singapore, ‘1 for 1 drinks’ doesn’t m
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Cold Brew Coffee and Cafe Style Iced Coffee

Just a simple one today. Key is busy this week. He may still post here from time to time but for now, you have to put up with me on Tuesdays :) It’s ok though, this was inspired by him anyway! Instead of my usual hot cup, he started making a cold cof
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Pressure Cooker Chicken Stock

Not long after we moved into our apartment (it’s called a condo in Singapore, but I find it hard to call it that) I attempted a home made, Singaporean specialty of chicken rice. It wasn’t bad for a first attempt and I plan on refining it and ma
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Cheat’s Salad Nicoise for One

Two things that define Singapore for me is that the food is amazing and that it is always hot. There may be a dark thunderstorm outside pouring rain, but it will still be hot. It may be the middle of the night but it will still be hot. It is hot and
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