Thursday, December 30, 2010

Break time!

Temporary break for a protracted holiday. Sorry for inconvenience but no orders will be accepted till further notice.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Nuts over nuts

Okay I am not exactly nuts over them but I have been having them alot lately as my stomach has been giving me gastric problems and one of the ways I think will help will be to pop nuts in. Some of them even have dried fruits mixed in for good measure.

Hmm.. let's see. There were almonds, peanuts, cashew nuts, pistachios, raisins, figs, walnuts... pecan nuts probably next.

Anyone has any clue about other natural methods to help a tummy that has gastric?

Oh I came across a second review for me cupcakes which I missed out so here it is.


"Hi Terence. The girls loved the cupcakes (so did the parents!) ...:) thank you again! Take care."
Jill Shepherd, 11th November 2009

Thursday, February 25, 2010

How to make a good cake?

Thanks for the memories.

A song that keeps playing in my head currently.


Okay back to the topic. On a daily basis a great many of us probably ask ourselves this question. Male or female. Young or old. Amateur or professional. That question, "How to make a good cake?"

The answer is not in the dough, really, not in the dough. Well, that is my opinion. Like a famous person once said that too many cooks spoil the soup, it applies very much so for baking too. The other vital ingredient as like with cooking especially is to have a jovial heart and do it with lots of love, laughter and passion. Like a painter working on his or her canvass baking is very much like an art form.

And so here is a review of the chocolate cupcakes from after a lovely outing yesterday. What better way to spend time than this? With good food and immensely gorgeous company.


"I personally think e cupcake is good... E rest all thinks tt it's good n tot tt if e chocolate is inside would be even better..."
Sharon Tan, February 2010

Friday, January 15, 2010

Happy lunar new year

It's that time of the year again!

We have done pigging out over Christmas and the New Year. After a good breather, we now have the occasion where Chinese all over the globe celebrate. What better way to party then with what was Green spot but now more so F&N Orange drink. In fact, it's the drink to be having like what Coke is to Christmas. There's also the Yeo's Chrysanthemum drink. Then we have the bak kwa (grilled sweet meat; mostly chicken or pork), kua chi (melon seeds; black mostly but green tea is getting more popular nowadays), pistachio nuts, kana (sourish sweet preserved olives), rabbit sweets, steam boats and not forgetting yummy delectable cookies.

Yes, the goodies we are offering are cashew nut cookies or moon-shaped butter cookies.

They have been a firm family favourite for the longest time and we would love you to get some to share with your close ones too.

If you are tired of commercially available Chinese New Year offerings out there and are serious about presenting a gift of freshly made yummies. Maybe you just want to have a whole box to yourself while watching T.V. There is also a wide range of cupcakes you can choose from.

For payment details and orders please contact Terence Low through email now.

*A complimentary gift for cookie orders of more than 5 boxes. 

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Another good review

Getting real busy but busy is always a good problem.

It's when it's dead quiet with nobody coming by and you are looking at the watch and can't help that life is just dragging it's feet about like it has worn iron boots that weigh almost a ton. That is just crazily unbearable that you almost want to pull out your hair.

So yes, working in a restaurant in the daytime and baking in the nighttime keeps me going.


"Hi Terence. The cupcakes were a hit - the kids LOVED them! The teachers want the recipe;) hope you managed to get some sleep. Thank you!"
Jill Shepherd, November 2009

Friday, October 9, 2009

To cupcakes with love

Our ever so popular Black White Cupcakes^

Cupcakes we do, cupcakes we love and cupcakes we pour our heart and soul into.

Do we do pastries? (This was a question we got from someone from the Asian Food Channel) The answer to that is not in the near future. Whole cakes? Working on that one but after being exhausted after work, that is probably going to take some time too.

However, if you are looking for cupcakes, we will gladly do them. Above is the answer to those who love to see how it looks like before they click on the order-me-a-cupcake button. Few words needed to say how some fall head over heals for a chocolate cupcake.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Happy birthday to you

My son's birthday and he got himself a delicious 9"x9" vanilla cake with oreo crumbs tossed in with strawberry topping and vanilla buttercream icing that I freshly baked earlier so he could share with his friends in school.

He attends playgroup as how they call it. It's a stage below nursery.

To my amazement, all of them were really kuai when it came to the birthday song singing and cake-cutting session. Even when it came to photo time, they gathered in a rather orderly fashion I must add except for the odd child who kept wanting to walk in between the tables.

When all the cake had been distributed, we went on to give out the goody bags. Real happy to see all the joy in their faces. My son was particularly proud that he got to be a sort of celebrity for the day. And he gave a resounding yes when we asked, "Was the cake nice?"
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