Posted on Jul 22 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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This is my go to cake to bake when there is an emergency situation where a dessert/ cake is needed. Simple ingredients that I always have sitting around. Not much technic needed hence fail proof and the buttery goodness wins the day! Read on to get more tips on how to remove the cake from a bundt pan! ...

Posted on Jul 20 2014 - 11:25am by The Wife
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This is going to be the last entry for Miami and it is going to be the most photo heavy because I have decided to squeeze all the bits and pieces of this trip together. The feature of the post will be Cafe Versailles Restaurant. Also known as the World’s Most Famous Cuban Restaurant. Wanna know what we think? Read on ;) ...

After feasting in the USA (biscuits, burgers, donuts, giant sandwiches and the list goes on) we are going on a healthier diet. Here is a simple summer pasta salad we had for dinner tonight. Vegan and Vegetarian friendly. This is an easy salad to throw together. ...

Posted on Jul 4 2014 - 7:47pm by The Wife
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Back with Part II of our stay in Miami. Wynwood. The Art district of Miami. Street art explosion. Wall and buildings covered in amazing street art. We have not seen anything quite like that. The street art tour we took in London looked like a little child compared to this. ...

Posted on Jul 3 2014 - 1:09am by The Wife
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Hi guys, we apologise for the missing entries the last couple of days! We are currently on a road trip in the US. We started in NYC flew to Miami, Florida and then driving up to NYC. As I am typing this, we are in a motel, well its Best Western Inn, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee with free wifi and 30 degrees melting temperature. Hiding in the room and uploading this post. ...

Harissa (Arabic: هريسة‎) “is a hot Chili pepper paste whose main ingredients are roasted red peppers, serrano peppersand other hot chili peppers and spices and herbs such as garlic paste, coriander seed, or caraway as well as some vegetable orolive oil for preservation.” (Wikipedia). We used this as a grill marinate. Perfect especially when summer has officially...

Another stir fry dish again! I love anything stir fry because its so quick to prepare and brings a little bit of home (Singapore/Asia) to our dining table. If you are wondering what the brown noodle is beside the snow peas chicken is, they are fried rice vermicelli. Singapore style. No they do not contain curry powder or any of the Singapore noodle nonsense. ...

Vanilla cupcake – clean, simple and classic. You can have it on its own or dress it up with a flavoured frosting. Alright its not that clean its filled with buttery goodness actually. This recipe is Magnolia’s famous vanilla cupcake recipe that I found from Food Network. Lets give this cupcake a moment. ...

Posted on Jun 19 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Last weekend we had our first organic burger in Germany from a FOOD TRUCK! Yea! Food truck in DE. The food truck is called Burgergrün. Everything the food truck sells is organic and we’ve got to say that its one of the best burgers we’ve had in Germany. I kid you not. ...

  This has got to be the most basic fried rice that I have made and it literally takes only about 15mins to get everything “cooked” (warm). This is how I remember fried rice to look like when I was younger in Singapore. The frozen corn, carrots and peas combination with the bits of ham and eggs. ...

Posted on Jun 14 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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I think Summer is here to stay! We had a lovely weekend with almost 30 degrees temperature in Wuppertal. If you have not already realised, I am obsessed with buttermilk (Blueberry Pancake and Rhubarb Crumble Cake) right now. Today’s moist and flavourful blueberry muffin has buttermilk of course! ...

Posted on Jun 12 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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What do you do when you have a lot of bread at home? Make Bread Pudding! Yes this is how we got rid of all our toast. But this is no sweet bread pudding. Its filled with chorizo (spicy spanish sausage), cheese, onion and tomato, making it the perfect weeknight dinner when you are too lazy to do anything else. ...