Sorry, faithful readers, I’m still on a poor internet connection. It took me three goes to log in to WordPress today, and I’ll probably lose several paragraphs before this post is written. Nevertheless this Pad See Ew recipe from The High Heel Gourmet is too good to let any internet connection peccadillos stand in the way. Some might […]Read more "High Heel Gourmet’s Pad See Ew"
Mrs P loves her some noodles. Unfortunately, I’m rarely happy with the way our noodles turn out when we make them at home. Happy as we are to acquire them from our favourite takeaway joints, I’ve always felt a little disappointed that I couldn’t provide the same noodle satisfaction at home. Enter Sam Han’s fantastic […]Read more "Char Kiwi Way Teow (By Way of The Bonding Tool)"
Our most recent endowments from the burger gods have felt less like blessings and more like wrath dressed up as moving in mysterious ways. When no-one else is doing it properly, it’s time to try doing it yourself. This recipe from Sofia over at Papaya Pieces has been calling out to me since day one. […]Read more "Papaya Pieces’ Chicken Tofu Burger – Redemption"
Hello, faithful readers. Exams season has finally finished. Well, I was actually done on Tuesday, but it hasn’t been a simple matter of getting back in the saddle, or behind the keyboard. Going into the depths of tax law seriously drains the creative writing abilities. Simply finishing wasn’t enough, there needed to be time to […]Read more "TSL Roasted Pumpkin Soup – Sunshine on a Freezing Cloudy Day"
I’ve been having a particularly bad time in the sleeping department recently. Previously the problem was getting to sleep at night, now it’s sleeping through the night. While this feels like a rip off when it happens during the week, it’s a blessing in disguise in the weekend. On this occasion, it allowed me to […]Read more "Soup Saturday – Bonding Tool’s Congee"
I’m posting hot off the presses again. We’ve moved to an adjusted work schedule in the Peckish household, which has messed with the cooking schedule somewhat, resulting in the posting lull of these past couple of days. This is also why I find myself baking cookies/biscuits on a Thursday night instead of the weekend like I normally would. […]Read more "SEG Way Crispy Chewy Earl Grey White Chocolate Chunk Cookies"
It’s just been made. The kitchen has filled with the smell of sweet nostalgia and Grandma Peckish’s house on a Sunday afternoon. I’d remade a chicken soup as well at Mrs P’s request, but the first thing to pass my lips today was a slice of this long awaited Apple Yogurt Tea Cake from le pirate. I’d been […]Read more "le pirate’s Apple Yogurt Tea Cake – Live and Direct"
There’s something about having good cake. It puts a smile on your face, and a spring in your step. You walk around with a certain air about you. What’s wonderful is when you see someone else walking around with that same air about them. Catching each other’s eye, you smile and nod, that small gesture […]Read more "SEG Way Browned Butter Earl Grey Tea Pound Cake with Sweet Yellow Peaches and Vanilla Drizzle (and a Partridge in a Pear Tree)"
I’ve eaten it all. Mrs P just looked at me staring longingly at my empty plate and told me I can have the last piece, which is really from her share. You’ll have to excuse me, I’ll be back to finish this post after I’m done with the final piece. Mmmmm. I want to tell […]Read more "Le Pirate’s Asparagus, Blue Cheese, Chilli + Filo Tart"
Hello pretty blog people. It’s after 9pm on the night of the test. I’ve got a couple of forget all the mistakes I made beers in me, a couple of I’ve missed you Mrs P kisses on me and a desire to post all round. So what we do on a night like this is give you the […]Read more "Blogging Deleted Scenes"