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Amy’s Restaurant

Amy's Restaurant I have explained many times that my kids love to cook with me, especially my Amy. Now Amy has taken her love of food and cooking to another level. Here she is standing at the door of her new restuarant, , or should that be restaurant. Amy's Restaurant. As you can see, she is very proud of herself. This is my review. Nicely done Amy-boo!!! I think Amy's Restaurant is just an incredible place. I think you deserve at least 2 Michelin *'s. Maybe one day we will a ...

Universal Studios & Korean Suckling Pig

Universal Studios & Korean Suckling Pig You may have seen my other blog about my trip to the Singapore Aquarium with my Mum? Well, on the way back home, I was showing her some of the new things in and around Universal Studios. Whilst we were doing this I spotted something brand new, that I had not seen before. Did I espy from the corner of my little eye, something beginning with SP. Yes folks it was Universal Studios & Korean Suckling Pig. Oh yeah baby - Universal Studios ...

Rabbit, Carrot, Gun – East Coast Road, Katong

Rabbit, Carrot, Gun - East Coast Road, Katong After a beautiful day with friends at a beach bar with pool (see SandBank review from last week), we walked home via Katong and East Coast Road to one of our occasional favourites; Rabbit, Carrot, Gun - East Coast Road, Katong. A fine bar, come eatery, come hotel. The food here is great, and I'll tell you why. Great quality, value, portions, and selection. You get chance to have good old Western food, and Western food that is very oriented towards ...

Roasted and Curried Red Snapper

Roasted and Curried Red Snapper My theory was, that if it is baked in a baking paper bag it would keep all the juices in the fish and therefore be super moist? Yep it worked roasted and Curried Red Snapper is quite a simple recipe, although there is a fair bit of prep. You end up with this beautifully baked fish curry in a bag, and the curry turns almost like a Tom Yum soup. Quite an amazing transformation happens in the bags as you're baking. According to the consuming audience it ...

Thai style pork strips in lettuce cups

Thai style pork strips in lettuce cups I was cooking fish today for the rest of the crew, and needed something quick for Amy and I, and decided to go Thai style. Thai is one of my favourite styles as it is quick, fresh and delicious. Serving in lettuce cups, also makes this dish look really appealing I think? This is my Thai style pork strips in lettuce cups. It is pretty simple folks, read on. You will need the following to make enough Thai style pork strips in lettuce cups, for ...

Mozzarella & Balsamic Salad Taster

Mozzarella, Tomato, Basil and Balsamic Spoons This is a great little something to get the palate going at the start of a meal. It's small in stature, but not small in taste. This is coming to a ChillaxBBQ near you soon, this is Mozzarella, Tomato, Basil and Balsamic Spoons. I have just one thing to focus your attention - the more you spend on the Balsamic, the better the experience you will have. Choosing a good Balsamic is like choosing a good wine. It will make such a difference to your ...

Japanese style, roast pumpkin egg stir fried rice

Japanese style, roast pumpkin egg stir fried rice I had taken a quick lunch-break from work, and I decided to cook. We had a fridge full of left-overs, so I got creative and came up with Japanese style, roast pumpkin egg stir fried rice. This is a great idea for Mum's and Dad's with wee ones out there. Lovely flavours in this, it's easy to eat, it looks lovely and colourful too. This was a great success with Baby Jude. This really is so very quick and simple, so keep up. Here comes my ...

Beef with baby kai lan, ginger, garlic, soy and oyster sauce

Beef with baby kai lan, ginger, garlic, soy and oyster sauce Beef with baby kai lan, ginger, garlic, soy and oyster sauce, was a new recipe I created this day. A three-in-one if you will. This was supposed to be a quick lunch for the family before Jude's 1st birthday party. I grabbed a couple of bits from the fridge and few more from the supermarket and I was set. This is all vibrant in colour, as you'll see, and very complementary to each other in the taste department. It looks good, but it ...