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The BakerWoman


The blog about this Bibik who loves to makan, masak & indulge! FOOD IS LOVE, THANKS & NUTRITIOUS!

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    Sunday, March 13, 2011

    The Bakerwoman takes a break.........Viva Espanol in Spain/Madrid/Ibiza/Salamanca

    The Bakerwoman takes a break........will blog more about Spanish tapas and delights.

    Stay tuned!

    The Bakerwoman

    The Bakerwoman - Coffee Talk at 1:38 PM 0 comments

    Ramen - Noodle House Ken, Orchard Plaza

    Miso Butter Ramen (look at the chunk of butter)
    Miso Ramen
    The soup base for Kimuchi Ramen was heavenly......spicy tangy ramen & generous toppings of pork roll!!
    Cold Ramen - Hiyas Chuka
    I discovered this traditional Japanese Ramen eatery in Orchard....the chefs are Japanese and they serve fabulous flavourful & fragrant pork broth....

    The Butter Ramen & Cold Noodle are a must try......thick slab of creamy butter & corn giving a refreshing aftertaste!!

    After trying the ramen @Ken's, you can forget about queuing at Ippudo & Nantsutei!

    Oishii!!! Slurp......

    The Bakerwoman - Coffee Talk at 1:36 PM 0 comments

    My Favourite Keropok - Glutinous Rice Crisp!!!

    This is one of my favourite snacks.......deep fried garlic, glutinous rice cake from Indonesia!!!

    Shiok with gula melaka dips!!!

    The Bakerwoman - Coffee Talk at 1:19 PM 0 comments

    Breakfast in Ghim Moh Market

    Traditional Vegetarian Beehoon
    I had been craving to eat Vegetarian Bee Hoon for the past few days.....I hate the food court version as they add curry gravy and other non traditional mock ingredients to the bee hoon.

    A good plate of vegetarian bee hoon is one where there is not an overwhelming amount of gravy added to it, because it would make the bee hoon soggy. The fried vegetarian duck & char siew should be slightly burnt to give out a nice aroma and the cabbage should not be overcooked, displaying a crisp light green colour.....
    Fried Mee Sua
    Whilst eating the vegetarian noodle, I saw an interesting dish......Fried Mee Sua, fried in Char Kway Teow style......the chilli was damn shiok to go with it!!!!

    A satisfying breakfast with my usual kopi O.......

    The Bakerwoman - Coffee Talk at 1:12 PM 2 comments

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