5 Reasons why you should cook your own Eggs Benedict
Need we say anything more?
Need we say anything more?
Yummilicious meal all under 20 minutes!
Bittersweet dark chocolate with a rich, buttery Gula Melaka Butterscotch. Is anybody in love?
Zesty, fruity and full of awesome tanginess. This classic Lemon Meringue Tart calls for a sunday picnic with family and friends!
Sweet, milky white chocolate, sandwiched between 2 thin, buttery cookies. Make your own 白い恋人, Japan’s most popular to-bring-home souvenir!
Soft and pillowy banana pudding, with a sticky & crisp butterscotch topping. Perfect for a weekend treat!
Celebrate Christmas with these cute and delicious Reindeer Cupcakes! All the ingredients including decoratives can be found in supermarkets (no fondants used)!
Simplicity at its best! Recipe for a classic New York Cheesecake and tips to bake a perfect one!
A dense chocolate cupcake on a cookie base and topped with marshmellowy torched swiss meringue. Selling at $4 each!
If you’re feeling adventurous, try this out!
If you’re spending more than $10 for a portion of Churros, it’s time to make your own because it’s so simple to make & so much more wallet friendly!
Eggs Benedict is possibly one of the most popular and sought after brunch item in the menus you see today in cafes. When I meet my friends for brunch, Eggs Benedict used to be the ONE item I will always order. Nothing else interests me. That is until I found how out cheap it is […]
Over the long weekend, I was inspired to come up with a series of recipes which I’ve named 20 Minutes Yums in the Tums to create some basic home made meals that anyone can whip up. Cold soba has always been a favourite of mine and salmon will always be my favourite protein (next to […]
I’ve been lazy I know. But if I’m coming back with a recipe like this one, I guess I can be forgiven… right? Okay well jokes aside, I’ve been really busy with work (who isn’t?) among other things (being lazy and hanging out with procrastination, my new best friend) which explains my absence. So I […]
Zesty, tangy and fruity. What’s not to love about a classic Lemon Meringue Tart? I love lemons to begin with (I know I’ve said this before, but I really do love lemons). While others hold on to a cup of coffee, I would choose a freshly squeezed lemonade to pick me up anytime. The thing […]
Also known as the Chocolat Blanc et Langue de Chat, this is probably the most popular to-buy-home souvenir after a trip to Japan. It is a snack from Hokkaido but nowadays you can possibly buy it in other cities like Tokyo or Kyoto. I love the sweet, milky white chocolate, sandwiched between two thin, buttery cookies. […]
When my boyfriend and I went to Tokyo last year, we visited one of Bill Granger’s restaurant in Shichirigahama, a good 2 hours train ride away from Tokyo city. I’ve never actually heard of Bill Granger until my boyfriend’s colleague insisted that we must head to one of his restaurants (especially the one in Shichirigahama, […]
I have been a little (okay, more than a little) obsessed with the Lavender flower lately. I’ve always liked Lavender but recently, it has become an addiction (almost). I love that it has a sweet smell and it’s so distinctive. One whiff and you know it’s Lavender, nothing else. Other than its calming and stress […]
Photo taken in Shichirigahama, Japan, 2013 I think this is my first time documenting my year in a blog, or anywhere actually. I’ve never done a review of my year before because most years are the same to me. At the end of each year, I just felt like another year is gone and I’m […]
If you follow my instagram (@elisetay_), you’ll know that I’m a fitness nut and I’m BIG on breakfast. My breakfast on a typical morning would be greek yogurt topped with a variety of fruits such as berries, kiwis, bananas etc. But, when I feel like a treat on a Saturday or Sunday morning, I would […]
This trip was a long awaited one with only one trip in between, in February to Bali for my birthday. Our anniversary is in October so it has become a custom for us to travel somewhere around that period as our anniversary trip. We were then discussing earlier this year whether we should go back […]
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