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Eats My Life

Waking up at 4.30am in the morning to prepare sahur for yourself is extremely painful. Trust me, I’ve been at it for a while now. I used to love eating cereal with milk in the morning – Koko Krunch, Milo cereal, Frosty’s.. but I know, all of these cereals are processed cereals and contain a […]

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Writes & Bites: Edmond Chicken Rice

I’ve been working within the Buona Vista vicinity now for slightly more than 1.5 years and we all know, this is definitely not a halal food paradise. So, when my lunch buddy came across a post on Miss Tam Chiak’s Instagram account featuring Edmond Chicken Rice, which is located nearby, we knew we had to try it! […]

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ETF 2016: Thank You to Our Sponsors

PHOTO CREDIT: HUDA RAZAK PHOTOGRAPHY As the dust settles on the first part of our annual Ramadan charity food bazaar, ‘Eiding The Feast’, I just wanted to take some time to thank the people who were involved in the planning and execution of our charity food bazaar – our sponsors 🙂 Venue Liaison: Green Media  A big […]

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Sponsored Post: Ramadan Buffet @ Agrobazaar

When we first met with Agrobazaar to find out if we could use their space for Eiding The Feast 2016, they shared with us that they hold a daily Ramadan buffet for the entire month showcasing authentic Malaysian cuisine. I’m generally a homebody during Ramadan, preferring to break my fast with my family and  be […]

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Sponsored Post: Ramadan Seafood Fiesta @ Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Buffets during Ramadhan are a little tricky for me. I find that I don’t eat that much during iftar because the stomach is so used to taking in a small amount of food the entire day. As such, when Atrium Restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium approached us to try out their Iftar Ramadhan Seafood […]

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Sponsored Post: Agrobazaar – Melaka Plate

The Arab Street vicinity continues to fascinate and intrigue me. Every other month, there seems to be a new Muslim-owned eatery that opens ..like Ratu Lemper , a newly-certified halal eating establishment such as Hyde & Co, or even new food trends that send foodies like me zooming straight down to try chendol ice cream […]

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Sponsored Post: Penang Culture

Fans of Penang food would be familiar with Penang Culture (not to be confused with Penang Street, a different restaurant owned by another group) and the variety of Penang dishes the restaurant has to offer. This year, Penang Culture is celebrating its 5th birthday with an updated menu which includes reinventions of several familiar Penang dishes. Penang Culture […]

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ETF 2016: Finding the Faith again

We are about 19 days away from Eiding The Feast 2016 and everything is slightly crazy. My brain is constantly whizzing and I am perpetually glued to my phone , answering emails and replying to texts. It is crazy! And even crazier this year because our number of bakers and cooks have almost doubled and the […]

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Writes & Bites: Maki-San

When I first chanced upon Maki-San at the basement of The Cathay, I was a little bummed that it wasn’t halal. After all, the idea of being able to stuff all my favourite things into a sushi was just so appealing! Fast forward two years later and lo and behold, news was out that Maki-San […]

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Writes & Bites: Lava Cheese Tarts from Prima Deli

I recently tried the much hyped about Lava Cheese Tarts from Prima Deli to see what the hype was all about and if the liu sha was as good as those found nestled within the soft and pillowy baos from Tang Tea House. I’m glad to report that for $2.40 (promotional price) a pop, it […]

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