Someone once asked me how I number the weeks on my IG feed. So, here's a little secret. Due to the long hours I keep at work (when I am not working, I am usually abroad or sick), the only time I can afford to spend baking would be the weekend. So the week numbers... Continue Reading →

It's been a while since I last baked cheesecakes, and I came across this Earl Grey cheesecake that really caught my fancy. This cheesecake recipe is gluten free (although the crust isn't) and it turned out to be really creamy. As usually I used a reconstructed pâte sucrée base for the cheesecake. And since I... Continue Reading →

Recently I was interviewed and featured on an article by Business Times. While I am happy to see how far I have come where baking is concerned, I am particularly pleased at the comments I got from the journalist on my photography. And I have a few good friends to thank for that. One of... Continue Reading →

It is never easy deciding which macaron flavours to go for, but I thought my 2 favourite tea flavours deserve to go together - Earl Grey and matcha. This milk chocolate Earl Grey tea macaron holds a special place in my heart as it is the first Pierre Hermé recipe I have ever tried and... Continue Reading →

The Earl Grey chiffon cake is inspired by Anna Olson’s Back to Baking. As I have been making a few pandan chiffon cakes in the past few weeks, I thought something different will be nice. While there is a recipe for Earl Grey chiffon in the book, the one I finally used is adapted from... Continue Reading →

Gosh, if I’d know the Italian meringue method of making macarons is so much easier, and almost fool-proof, it would have saved me so much heartache. Not to mention eggs, eggs and eggs! And this recipe is from none other than my current favorite patissier, monsieur Pierre Hermé himself! It is amazing that his book,... Continue Reading →

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