Entries Tagged as 'Recipes: Baked Goods'

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Tarting Up the Year of the Horse

Since moving to Hong Kong back in 2008, I’ve not been back to Singapore for Chinese New Year – my family isn’t terribly traditional, flights are ridiculously expensive around these peak periods, and I generally see my family enough that they don’t make a fuss if I miss occasions like these. However, that means that […]

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

C is for Carrot Cake Cookie

Tell me that concept didn’t just blow your mind. Seriously. When I first saw this post on the Cookie Monster column on Serious Eats (sidenote: how did I not notice the Cookie Monster column until last week?!), my head almost exploded. And if there exists a one-stop solution to all the problems of the world, […]

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012


It’s often the simplest dishes whose recipes evade me. Take banana cake for example: it’s not difficult to pull together a passable loaf, bits of banana flecking a crumb that’s moist enough, with a decently toasted crust. But to achieve that perfect banana loaf – rich with banana flavour, moist without being too dense, a […]

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Mini Meatball Pasta Bake

I’ve made mention in the past of my tendency to shy away from tomato-based pasta sauces. And even though I do enjoy the occasional red meat sauce in my pasta bakes, I am almost pathologically incapable of saying ‘no’ to anything that even vaguely resembles mac & cheese.

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Pistachio Financiers

It’s no secret by now how much I love cake. Cupcakes, muffins, teacakes, cakey breads, coffeecakes; iced, frosted, buttercreamed, or any which way, cakes are all good. They’re delicious and never fail to hit the spot (when done well anyway).