Blueberry Almond Milk

Almond milk’s popularity has risen exponentially in recent years. We see them in lattes, cereals and of course on their own. A lot of the times, the packaged almond milk we find in supermarkets have been heated to a very high temperature and thus leaving a very thick taste. Although we wouldn’t make almond milk…

Singapore Noodles

Singapore noodles are most noticeable from their emblem of yellow hues and exertion of fragrant turmeric. This essential ingredient is not only key in unlocking golden colours, but provides a mellow round taste suitable for all tastebuds. It is uncertain and mysterious where the origin of this dish is from, Singaporeans rarely hear about this…

Chicken Green Curry

Green curry is the powerhouse of Thailand. Its extraordinary turquoise prose has had it recognised as a distinct curry of Southeast Asia. A reason that this dish is so popular is because it delivers sweetness, saltiness as well as hidden hints of spice altogether in one. On the weekends I usually make this recipe using…

Caesar Salad (V)

Let’s be frank, a caesar salad costs a fortune at restaurants and cafés. They usually hover around £10/$12.60. Making this yourself couldn’t be more satisfying purely because not only do you save, but you get much more! It was during times when we felt peckish that we felt inspired to create a snack that keeps…

Massaman Curry

Beneath the vibrant green and red Thai curry that we are often confronted with, lies another dish that has drawn cultural values from all areas of Asia and provides a visual record of spices that have travelled along the silk road. Probably the most well-respected curry amongst its allies, enriched with a flair for well…