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Rudolph’s Frozen Margarita

Fancy a margarita for the family over the Christmas celebrations that even the kids can enjoy? Rimming the glass with sugar is a great way to add taste and aesthetic appeal, especially when you have guests for that annual party. We used S&W 100% pineapple juice, together with cranberry and fresh lime juice, for that […]

Coffee Ribs – 咖啡排骨

So sinful yet so good, this is a nice variation of the very popular Coffee Ribs. Adding a thick taste of coffee to the meaty ribs is perfect with a mix of multiple flavors. We used OLDTOWN Black Series Enrich Coffee with our mixture to create the sauce, and it worked well. Once added, stir […]

Silly Fruit Bites

Something special for the Trick or Treat moments – With some imagination, this can be a fun activity for the family. We used sunflower seeds to make the teeth for our fruit bites and to add some fun to the candy eyes on the face. Lemon juice was also used to prevent the apples from […]

Mala Xiang Guo – 麻辣香锅

There are defineally lots of Mala fans out there, so we decide to come up with our version of Mala Xiang Guo. You can always adjust the level of Mala to your preference be it 大辣 or 小辣 and also customise your own combination of ingredients. All we can say is looks can be deceiving, […]

Tau Yu Bak – 豆油肉

Comfort food dish are always the best, most of us would have had this dish at growing up. Super easy to make and definitely a keeper for home dinners! Give it a try, we like ours with extra Tau Pok! #themeatmensg #simple #delicious #tauyubak #comfortfood P.S. Say, if you like our recipe videos, don’t forget […]

Rendang Spiced Sio Bak – 仁当烧肉

In conjunction with FairPrice’s Finest Festival, and with inspiration from the Mod-Sin goodness from Chef Shen Tan, we came up with our own Mod-Sin dish of…. Rendang Sio Bak! Instead of using the regular five spice seasoning for Sio Bak, we created a rendang spiced paste for our marinade. The end result – a surprisingly […]

Chanko Nabe – Sumo Hot Pot

Chanko Nabe, a.k.a. ‘Sumo Stew’ is a popular style of eating hot pot hailing from Japan. It’s the food of choice for sumo wrestlers, thus the nickname. Vegetables, seafood and meat can be cooked in seasoned broth at the dinner table as you dine together. We made our own chicken stock for this recipe, with […]