Sunday afternoon

December 9th, 2012 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (11 Comments)
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To some people, gloomy skies and lower temperature induces some sort of comfort food craving… If you are one of these people, then you may just want to try the new pastries we’ve created on our afternoon tea. For the chilly season, we’ve put together heartwarming flavors and textures in our creations. On the left … Read more

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Reading about the virtues of ingredients often keeps me in absolute awe when finding out what Mother Nature has created for us, and yet, most of the time we barely know about it. Ginger is the cure of many illness, yet, it is prominent in arthritis treatment and most of all motion sickness and nausea. … Read more

Hot chocolate love unleashed

November 24th, 2011 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (7 Comments)
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You might have seen this article on my column for Asia Tatler Dining – edited here with more photos of the oozing hot chocolate! The warm and humid South American climate undeniably explains why Mayans, historical precursor of chocolate beverage, were drinking it cold and spicy. It’s only when the Spanish conquistador brought it back … Read more

William Pear & Thyme

September 18th, 2010 | Posted by greg in Daily life... - (1 Comments)
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Going along with the season, we’ve received awesome William pears from the French orchards of the Loire valley. Underneath their fragile skin hides a smooth and juicy flesh delivering that typical William pear fragrance. Yet, when tasting these fruits, remember to do it at room temperature. Cold fruits never render their true features since coldness … Read more

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