For Easter this year, I made some crowd pleasing cupcakes complete with chocolates from a Maître Chocolatier. Chocolate wwwabbit, candy eggs on butter cream grass atop a dense, dark chocolate cake.Find out more!
For Christmas 2010, in keeping with my ‘do-something-different-every-Christmas’, I created these cupcakes for our yearly Christmas eve dessert after the opening of presents. Something Christmassy, something Alsacienne.Find out more!
Once, I found myself with bags of lemons and nothing much to do with it. So I made a WHOLE LOT of these moist lemon butter cupcakes and we drank plenty of iced lemon tea with it.Find out more!
I love orange juice. Nothing beats freshly squeezed orange juice. My daughter Natasha, adores Clementines in particular. This is a cupcake with 2 of her favourites – Clementines and chocolate.Find out more!
One of my personal all time favourite cake has got to be Strawberry shortcake. With light vanilla sponge cake filled with bits of strawberries and cream. Here is my cupcake version made with fresh cream and mascarpone cheese.Find out more!
Mostly every Singaporean child grew up drinking Milo, a chocolate malted drink from Nestlé. This is my interpretation of this much loved drink as a cupcake. Chocolate malted flavoured cake with frosting which tastes almost like the drink itself and of course, a sprinkling of the Milo powder.Find out more!
I only have to look at these and the deep, rich voice of the late Isaac Hayes sings to me. But be assured (or not!) that it’s NOT the same recipe from South Park. This is just bite size dark chocolate balls with a pinch of fleur de sel for that amazing taste of sophistication.Find out more!
A little known fact about me is that I avoid eating chocolate because it gives me a massive headache. So when I do eat it, I make sure it’s of the best quality and when I make anything with chocolate in it, I only buy the best chocolate available.Find out more!
Strawberries were never my thing back in Asia. Mostly because they were overpriced and were hardly sweet. But my perception changed during my first year in France when June rolled around. In all my life, I have never tasted anything like it before.Find out more!
Spice tea is definitely my hero when it comes to drinks. I love how the romantic aroma of Indian spices fill up my kitchen. With a spiced tea cake and a condense milk frosting, now I can eat it too.Find out more!