Monday, March 02, 2009


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Friday, February 27, 2009

Dry Mee Siam

I saw this Dry Mee Siam recipe from the newspaper, so decided to try it out.

Recipe taken from The Sunday Times February 15, 2009

Ingredients :

6 eggs
350g fresh prawns, shelled and deveined
10 Tbs cooking oil
400g of firm soya beancurd, cubed
15 dried red chillies, seeded, soaked in water till soft then drained
5 fresh red chilles
6 cloves garlic
15 shallots
100g dried shrimps, rinsed, soaked in water till soft, drained and coarsely pounded
6Tbs fermented soya beans (taucheo)
400g dried rice vermicelli, soaked in water till soft, then drained
350g bean sprouts
100g Chinese chives, cut into 2cm-long strips
salt to taste
6 limes, halved


1. Boil the eggs, then leave to cool before removing the shell and cutting into thin slices. Set aside.
2. Steam the prawns for 5 minutes until cooked. Set aside.
3. To a hot pan, add 2 Tbs of oil and stir-fry the soya beancurd cubes till golden brown. Set aside.
4. Blend the dried chillies, fresh chillies, garlic and shallots in an electric blender on medium speed until a coarse paste forms.
5. To a hot wok, add 8 Tbs of oil and fry the chilli paste for some 5 minutes until fragrant.
6. Add the dried shrimps and fermented soya beans and stir-fry until well incorporated.
7. Add the rice vermicelli, mix well and stir-fry for about 10 minutes until the vermicelli is cooked. If necessary, add 1/2 cup of water to the vermicelli to prevent them from drying out.
8. Add bean sprouts and Chinese chives, mix well and stir-fry for another 3 minutes.
9. Add salt to taste.
10. Transfer the vermicelli to a serving plate. Top with steamed prawns, fried beancurd cubes, and egg. Before eating, squeeze the limes over the vermicelli and toss well.

Serves six to eight.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Marina Barrage

A visit to Marina Barrage as L-5 recommended this place and also that this website have information about this place and that there's a free shuttle bus service from Marina Bay MRT Station.

There's this place here where children can play with water

Singapore Flyer

Barrage Bridge

Barrage Bridge

Constructing of Integrated Resorts

Monday, February 23, 2009

Pound Cake

Saw from Sally blog about the cake she bake and that i have not been baking for quite some time and also i 心痒痒,手痒痒, so i decided to try out on this pound cake recipe which i saw from this website Precious Moments. Actually i have printed it out some times ago but have not tried it out yet and also i find that it is quite simple to do. Suitable for people like me, as i 'm only interested in doing simple item. Too complicate item will be bye-bye.

I have raisins at home, so i add in raisins, i forgot that i should have add in the raisins into the flour, instead i add in last, that why the raisins sink into the bottom.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Chinatown - 7th Feb

These floats are taken during the 元宵节 celebration in Chinatown.

财神爷 walking around shaking hand

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Dog Fair - 15th Feb

Some time ago, L-5 inform me that there's a Dog Fair at Singapore Expo on 15th Feb. So on that day met up with Sally and Kate to go to the Dog show.

One of L-5 dog

Heard that his dog came in 3rd in the competition

Walk around the hall and saw many different kind of dogs and took some picture of the dogs.

Monday, February 16, 2009


Last sat, Sally sms me, asking me whether want to go over to her place as Kate and family is going over to her place. Because i have something on in, so i went over to her place after i settle with my things. Sally has prepared 八宝粥, but i forgot to take picture of that.

Following are the items that Sally have prepared :



Sally, thank you for the dinner, 不好意思 to have trouble u.
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