Lemon Thyme Infused Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Pine Nut, Olive Oil and Lemon Crumb

How good is that feeling when you think to yourself ‘damn, this is good’ when you eat something that you’ve made. I try to be humble when it comes to my cooking (after all, you can only rave so much about making snags for dinner hehe) but I also thin
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Pumpkin Soup with Caramelised Onions

This time of year in Canberra is perfect pumpkin soup weather. Autumn is my favourite season and Canberra really knows how to showcase it. The leaves are all golden and crunchy underfoot and the mornings are foggy and crisp while the days are cooler,
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Slow Cooked Crispy Skin Chicken with Slow Roasted Vine Tomatoes, Roasted Carrots and Lemon Beans

Key and I finally got ourselves some potted herbs for a little balcony herb garden. We picked them up from Chye Heng Orchid Garden which, for any locals interested, is an easy walk from the Bedok MRT station. We will definitely go back to Chye Heng w
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Free Form Roast Vegetable Tart

This is a roast vegetable tarte tatin free form tart. So…funny story with this one. I bought some lovely pastry at the shops, but the packaging was completely in French. I don’t know why but I just assumed it was puff pastry, so I got all excited and
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Pork and Fennel Pasta

I have made this pork and fennel pasta for years. I think I may have first gotten the idea of squeezing out the sausage mince from the sausage casings from one of the many cooking magazines that I read. Mum makes something similar so I must have made
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Slow Cooked Pork Ribs with Home Made BBQ Sauce

A few weekends back, I had an epic afternoon slow cooking some pork ribs. I saw these ribs at the shops about a month ago now. It’s not often you see large chunks of meat in Singapore so I got a bit excited and purchased them on the spot. They were o
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Slow Cooked Pork with Cajun Spiced Sweet Potato Chips and Tangy Slaw

It was so hard choosing what to bring with us to Singapore. I don’t think we ended up bringing that much, although I was lucky enough to be able to bring quite a few boxes of cook books that I couldn’t live without. In hindsight, I wish we brou
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Easy Spatchcock Roast Chicken

Although I have cooked from an early age, I was never confident with roasting meats until a few years ago. Even now, I rarely roast a large cut of meat, I’d be much more likely to slow cook it. That aside, I love roast dinners. It’s no secret that I
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