Butter Studio

By Janness Koh I have always agreed with the saying that girls have two stomachs, one of which is for dessert. So no matter how full you are, you will always have room for dessert. That's what my friend and I decided to do on a lazy Saturday afternoon. We went to Butter Studio, a … Continue reading Butter Studio


A story of the ‘Ubi Kayu’ and the War

By Mildred Jones Anyone would tell you that food was extremely scarce during the Japanese occupation of Singapore and Malaya. People were desperate and sourced for food wherever they could find it. Mak Cik Minah was a royal midwife, married to Pak Abu Bakar from Kedah and they reared chickens in Alor Merah and sold them in Kuala … Continue reading A story of the ‘Ubi Kayu’ and the War

Pandan Chiffon Cake Recipe

By Janness Koh While Taiwan has their sun biscuit and Hong Kong has their wife biscuit, Singapore has the pandan cake or affectionately known as the green cake by tourists. This is definitely one of the iconic food items all visitors to Singapore must try and also something I will buy for my overseas friends … Continue reading Pandan Chiffon Cake Recipe