Leading global kitchenware company World Kitchen announces the launch of Corelle Provence Garden –an exquisite dinnerware set inspired by the beauty and cuisine of Provence in Eastern France, invoking the essence of Europe’s romantic countryside in Spring.
“The Perfect Tea Party” presented by Corelle and Bakerzin imparts wonderful tips, tricks and suggestions to hosting an elegant and memorable tea party.
Reminiscent of the idyllic scene of flowers blossoming and lush greenery blooming, the dinnerware set effortlessly brightens up a meal and adds a charming allure to the dining table.
Lightweight yet resistant to breaking, chipping and cracking, the brand’s signature Vitrelle glass construction demonstrates the hallmarks of superior dinnerware.
Bakerzin’s delectable teatime snacks were given a touch of elegance when plated on Corelle Provence Garden dinnerware. The intricate floral design on the white-dominated polished background complements the food without stealing the show. Continue reading
This Easter, Pan Pacific Singapore has lined up a series of activities and eatables to fill your weekend with endless treats. Continue reading
NOOK is Singapore’s first ever D.I.Y pancake house, offering patrons a fun, interactive and memorable experience.
The Rainbow Pancake ($12)
Design your own pancakes with the colourful array of pancake batters –Original Buttermilk, Asian Pandan, Dark Chocolate, Funky Banana and Strawberry Farm to name a few.
Nook is where you can unleash your artistic potentials, and eat your own masterpiece. A griddle is placed in the middle of each table, along with the necessary spatulas for your flipping pleasures. Continue reading
Durian Puff ($7 for 2 pieces; $19 for 6 pieces; $47 for 20 pieces)
Durian lovers rejoice whenever the famed Durian Fiesta at Goodwood Park Hotel comes around each year. This is where durian desserts reach their pinnacle; they are artfully created and beautifully presented.
Durian Mousse Cake ($11 per slice; $60 for 1.3kg; $115 for 2.5kg; $158 for 3.5kg)
Returning for another spectacular year of durian jamboree, Goodwood Park Hotel goes slightly beyond its embrace of all-time favourites. Introducing a couple of newcomers as well as bringing back past years’ crowd pleasers, one of which could possibly turn out to be your new favourite. Continue reading
This March, famous chocolate producer of Florence, Chef Claudio Pistocchi, collaborates with Hilton Singapore for a chocolaty Easter and a Cioccolato Dining Experience at il Cielo.
The Hilton Singapore pastry team and il Cielo restaurant chef Omar Bernardi will be presenting an array of chocolaty sweet treats and savouries. This first-ever collaboration will pique the interest of ardent fans of chocolates and gourmands who anticipate with gusto. Continue reading
I have a soft spot for desserts. Can’t live a day without my requisite dose of sugar.
My idea of heaven, comprises fluffy clouds made of cotton candy, raindrops made of glimmering honey, pillows injected with luscious whipped cream, bed lined with perky gummy bears, pool filled with molten chocolate, and the list goes on and on, and on. This celestial paradise only exists when I slip into reverie.
For those who used to not believe in the existence of heaven, we now have Ciel Patisserie to thank the stars for –to dismiss existing cynicism, and to revel in heavenly sweet treats.
Christmas is the season of giving and sharing; it is a season for all things glittery and pretty.
This Christmas, The Icing Room has prepared attractive prizes such as ipad mini, Canon camera, Selphy photo printer, Universal Studios Singapore passes, Golden Village gold class vouchers, etc worth up to $2000 to give away!
All you have to do is purchase The Icing Room’s Mini DIY Yule Log set ($18.80) and put on your creative thinking cap.
Door bell rings. It’s Naomi Kitchen delivery.
Established in April 2010, Naomi Kitchen has won the hearts of people from all walks of life, with freshly baked products using fresh quality ingredients.
They moved on from a tiny stall at Golden Mile Food Centre to a shop outlet at Crawford Lane and introduced second store in Tampines Mall shortly after.
It is no mystery why my fondness for Haagen-Dazs ice cream is unceasing.
They use the best ingredients, starting with cream of the highest quality, fresh from the dairy, and source the finest vanilla beans from Madagascar, the richest chocolate from Belgium and the most flavourful macadamia nuts from Hawaii.
I love how each scoop of ice cream is consistently dense, creamy and slow melting; the ingredients are blended gently with minimal air for that result.