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From The Archive

on February 9, 2014

Hello, hello! 😀

I hope everyone has had a great weekend. If weather’s not been friendly on your part of the world, well, not where I live either. It’s been cloudy and rainy for the most part this weekend. I ended up spending most of Saturday…sleeping. My cat Sandy has been pretty lazy too. The only time he gets excited is feeding time. Other than that, I would find him curled somewhere under the furniture if not on it.

Last week, I told you that I was going to try to make Tom Yum soup. Well, it didn’t turn out the way I wanted it to. The smell and look were right, but the taste was somewhat plain. I followed the recipe, but a friend of mine told me that cooking is intuitive. Sounds exactly like my mom. Anyways, I’m just going to stick with the easy ones for this week: lemon chicken, honey mustard chicken and steamed veggies.

I just looked in my photo archives and found a few photos from my trip to Singapore last year. I visited a couple of friends in August 2013. On the first night, I went for dinner with one of the two and we had a nice Moroccan dinner at the Deli Moroccan. It is located at Bugis area, somewhere near Arab Street. I can’t recall the exact street name though. I really enjoyed the food and I loved the tea! I don’t know how they made it, but it tasted different from any tea I had ever had. If you are adventurous with food, you should try it. Here are the snapshots and have a great week ahead!

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I had lamb, my friend had beef. The meat was tender and very delicious!

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The Moroccan tea. The pot makes me think of Aladin and the genie!

Cheers,
Grace

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One response to “From The Archive

  1. The Global Recipe Project at crowdedearthkitchen.com is seeking authentic Moroccan recipes. I hope you will consider participating! 🙂

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