Brown Rice Bowl with Teriyaki Ocean Trout and Asazuke (Japanese Pickle)

I never used to be that into rice. We’d have it occasionally if the main part of the meal called for it, but I’d rarely base a meal around it. Singapore definitely changed that, now rice is just as comforting and delicious to me as a bowl of pasta is
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DFM’s Spice Rub for Ribs, Meat and Salmon

I’ve mentioned DFM before. He is our Canberran friend that cooks a mean spit roast. His latest accomplishment is cooking his first suckling pig, which unfortunately we missed out on. Never fear, we shall cajole him to cook another one once we are set
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Fish Burgers with Coconut Mayonnaise and Coleslaw

Lets start off with something different today. These are some random, food related questions that I’ve answered for you. This format reminds me of one of those Q&A email chains that used to be pretty popular when I first starting working in
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Singapore Life #32 – Christmas in Canberra 2013

I’m still firmly in holiday mode, but here is a bit of a look at some photos from our Christmas in Canberra. Thanks to a gift voucher that Key received from work, we treated ourselves to some early Christmas presents. We picked ourselves up a n
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Smoked Salmon Spoons With Dill Vinaigrette

I have been making these delicious and easy smoked salmon spoons for a few years now. There is even a picture of them in this post. They look gorgeous on Asian style spoons and served like this, they make for an easy one handed canapé at a party. I’v
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Japanese Style Tuna Tartare

In Singapore you can buy sushi and sashimi at the supermarket. So instead of going to Sizzle Bento or one of those other little shops in the food courts like in Australia, you just go to the supermarket. I’m sure I don’t need to tell you that this is
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Fish Baked in a Bag with Leek, Tomatoes and Olives

We don’t eat anywhere near as much seafood in Singapore as I thought we would. The seafood variety here is probably slightly better than in Australia, but the quality is probably not as good. Most supermarkets sell a large range of whole fish and the
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Singapore Life #5 – World Street Food Congress

Last Saturday we went to the World Street Food Congress. It’s fair to say I was pretty excited. There were 37 food stalls with food from 10 countries including Vietnam, America, Mexico, and India.   We were there for an early lunch on the
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