There must be something therapeutic about watching someone cook and bake – as is evident from the great number of popular cooking shows on TV and on online video channels. We are not good cooks but we like to watch these shows too, especially those that share recipes and demonstrate cooking techniques. We find them both entertaining and instructive. However, we soon forget everything and have difficulty finding that video with the recipe we want. So we compiled this list of Singapore Food Recipes videos which show us how to make our favourite Singapore delicacies. You may find in this collections of Singapore Food Recipes something you want to prepare yourself or, better still, you may find inspiration to make your own delicious creations. Continue reading →
Encouraged by our modest success with our first attempt cooking with toaster oven (see Ep 1), we decided to look for some ideas on cooking with toaster ovens. We landed on a Cuisinart oven manual with some simple recipes. One of their recipes for cooking with their oven was five spice chicken wings. You can see the detailed instructions here. We took our inspiration from there but made some small modifications.
We were at Robinson’s department store the other day. We came across this toaster oven. It is German and has a name that sounded like a WW2 tank. The side ventilation vents made it look like one as well. The Rommelsbacher toaster oven model BG 1055/E was one of the smallest toaster ovens on display but it looked the meanest. The sales staff rattled off its positive attributes. The thing that made the sale was the price of $149, discounted from the regular price of $199. We figured it would pay for itself in a few meals if we actually used it. So this is how we ended up with this thing. We will see what we can do with it and document our adventures in the process.