Monthly Archives: June 2011

Menu: Commune Sixteen (June 30)

stuffed mushrooms sweet miso salmon mama’s spicy chicken biryani peanut & pineapple salad pistachio kulfi Advertisements

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Would you eat from a dumpster?

In my quest to try every supper club in existence, I came across this unique concept in  Brooklyn, New York City recently. This was a different kind of supper club. You only pay what you want. It can be as … Continue reading

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Pictures: Commune Thirteen (June 11)

This was for a private party, where my guests requested a half-vegetarian menu. They were a group of mostly Indian-origin, so they also requested for something ‘unusual’…. so none of the usual paneer or dahl or gulab jamoon. This is … Continue reading

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Pictures: The Burger Commune

I’ve been excited about this one for awhile. I absolutely adore homemade burgers fresh off the grill. And I have had some recipes flying around in my head for awhile to incorporate into patty mixes. The two recipes I used … Continue reading

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Menu: Commune Fifteen (June 24)

sticky coconut rice stuffed with green chilli chicken, steamed in banana leaves USA scallops cooked on a Himalayan pink salt slab served with peanut and pineapple salad Chilli Mackerel Blackened Qurbani Beef Dahl with Chipotle & Mango Gulab Jamoon or … Continue reading

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Chip-chip-chipotle!

2011 is my year of exploring the world of South American chillis. I bought bags of dried chipotle and pasilla from Toronto recently,  but haven’t gotten around to using them yet. I have of course been experimenting with fresh jalapenos … Continue reading

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DIY Outdoor furniture without going bankrupt

I know this has nothing to do with food, but I was too excited about this not to blog about it. We’ve been looking for some nice outdoor furniture for a friend’s house, but here in Singapore, everything is ridiculously … Continue reading

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