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Reader's Letter 6

The following question arrived by e-mail:

Q: Why do Italians sit in their garages, open the doors and watch people walk by their houses all day? 59 more words

Thong Lo Night Food Market 

On foodie again.

Remember the Thong Lo Phat-Thai that I posted on the other day? It is basically the same BTS Station but this time around it is at the night! 260 more words


Silent Sunday (B-Day Dinner)

Saturday (time shift) dinner. Auntie M’s. Asia Manoa.

From Saint-Germain Bakery (via Dee-Lite Bakery).

Happy B-Day Auntie M!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse (& The Cat) 20 more words






Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre
Block 448 Clementi Avenue 3 #01-37
Singapore 120448


Raw Kale & Radish Pesto with Zucchini Noodles

One of my favorite things about spring turning into summer is all the deliciousness that continues to show up at my local farmer’s market. While I don’t buy all my groceries there, I do spend time every Sunday walking along with my pup and seeing what’s new to the market. 774 more words


Noviembre Comida

What are these lovelies? L to R, T to B:

Sunny side up egg on fried roti with curried garbanzo beans • Braai with cheesy potato, pork chops, and grilled onions • “California Roll” and salmon hand rolls • Buckwheat pancake with kimchi • Tagliatelle with asparagus, mushroom, and lox • Eggs Meurette from the lovely Corner Kitchen Cafe • Hong Kong style ham pie with eggplant, greenbean, and onion; Grimbergen • Polenta with mackerel and cold bean salad; sparkling white wine • H-Style nachos with avocado, fried taro, and sautéed green beans; Barefoot Chardonnay • Kimchi and tofu spicy garlic ramen • Coconut milk and tomato spiced catfish with peppers over rice • AppleTeaNi from a swank LKF bar • Crispy fish and chips • “Mexican” breakfast mishmash a la migas with pinto beans, avocado, cheese, tomato, and pepper • (middle) Ph… 19 more words

"Ants Climbing a Tree" - The Mouse Version

Just me, not following recipes, again, the “spirit” (not in the biblical sense) was there, just not spicy.

From Wikipedia:

Ants Climbing a Tree (simplified Chinese: 蚂蚁上树; traditional Chinese: 螞蟻上樹) is a classic Sichuan dish in Chinese cuisine. 168 more words