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Jasline N. (Foodie Baker)
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A food blog owner who loves to eat, bake, cook, travel and meet fellow foodies!
A food blog owner who loves to eat, bake, cook, travel and meet fellow foodies!

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If you want to have a good skin complexion, try this Red Date Longan Tea! Only two ingredients (the third one is optional) are needed to make this sweet and delicious drink that can be enjoyed hot, warm, at room temperature and even cold.

Hello! It’s been a long, long time since my last recipe/travelogue, here’s what happening recently: Back in Singapore – we are now back in Singapore for good! Packing up to ship almost 3 years of our lives back home was total mess and madness. The packers…
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10-minute mango caramel sauce that is delicious over pancakes, waffles, ice cream and cakes! Head over for the video on how to make this yummy sauce!

This is one of the rare cases where the supporting “actor” is better than the lead “actor” 😛 I had a stash of frozen mango purée that I had to finish up before we move back to Singapore so I decided to bake a Mango Pound Cake. Not wanting to dress the…
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Vršič Pass is a high mountain pass in Slovenia that is 24 kilometres long with 50 hairpin turns. It is the highest pass in Slovenia, reaching an elevation of 1,611 metres above sea level - with stunning views everywhere!

Hello! I’m back with another travelogue! After our visit to the source of Soča River, we headed off to the Vršič Pass. The Vršič Pass is a high mountain pass across the Julian Alps, connecting Trenta Valley and Kranjska Gora. It is the highest pass in…
Vršič Pass, Slovenia
Vršič Pass, Slovenia
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Whenever I cook Western brunch on weekends, it will always consist of scrambled eggs, sautéed mushrooms, potato hash (or rosti), and bacon (or sausages). I wanted a change and these Homemade Breakfast Sausage Patties are the perfect alternative - 100% no preservatives or hard-to-pronounce chemicals, versatile and incredibly delicious! Head over to the blog for the step-by-step photos and the printable recipe!

Was browsing Pinterest (do you pronounce it as pin-terest or pin-interest? I mispronounced it as pin-interest for so long that I can’t correct myself anymore 😛 ) for breakfast ideas last weekend and stumbled on a sausage patties pin. It brought back…
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Here's another way to use up soy pulp (also known as okara) - in a Savoury Okara Pancake! This vegetarian pancake takes less than 30 minutes to make and makes a great side dish or appetiser!

Hello! Back to share another okara recipe! I stumbled upon this savoury vegetarian okara pancake recipe while Googling – and it turned out to be a very simple yet delicious pancake that is perfect as a side dish with other dishes and rice. Also, unless…
Savoury Okara Pancake
Savoury Okara Pancake
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Here's a short travelogue of our hike to the source of Soča River in Slovenia. It's a short but fun and slightly challenging hike along the cliff - one of the most interesting hikes I've done!

Hello! Here’s a short post of our Eastern Europe travelogue! After our breakfast and checking out of our accommodation, we continued our journey in the Julian Alps. Our first stop – hiking to the source of Soča River! The parking lot for the hike is at…
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Here is another recipe to use up okara, also known as soy pulp or tofu dregs! (Okara is the by-product of soy milk) No potato is needed to make this delicious Okara Croquette!

Mottainai literally means “what a waste” in Japanese, but besides using it as an expression, it is also a tradition, a culture, a philosophy and a lifestyle to the Japanese. In brief, mottainai encompasses the “don’t waste”, “utilise as much as you can”,…
Okara Croquette
Okara Croquette
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We make laksa (from premixes) pretty often and I always have laksa soup leftover (because the premix is for 3 people and there's only 2 of us). It's a waste to let the extra laksa soup go down the drain, but because I don't want to cook the same thing again the next day, I found an easier way to use it up - Laksa Baked Rice! Head over to the blog for the step-by-step photos and the printable recipe!

X loves laksa a lot, but because it’s hard to get the ingredients to make laksa from scratch overseas, we stock up on laksa premixes whenever we go back to Singapore. Each box of premix makes enough for 3 (nowadays 4 as I try not to consume so much of the…
Laksa Baked Rice
Laksa Baked Rice
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For the hikers: Soča Valley boasts mountainous landscape, luscious greenery, stunning emerald-green rivers and many hiking trails. For the sports enthusiasts: Soča River is a popular destination for water sports - the waters are rapid and in certain areas the troughs are super narrow - definitely adrenaline-rushing and thrilling! For history lovers: Soča Valley used to part of the Isonzo Front, hence many historical and cultural sites of World War I have been preserved for study, tourist and educational purposes. Experience the nature, have a thrilling adventure and explore the heritage of conflict in Soča Valley, Slovenia. Head over to the blog to read about our drive along Soča Valley! #socavalley #slovenia

…You are splendid, limpid daughter of the heights! Your course is lively and gentle Like the walk of highland girls, You are serene as the mountain air, You are loud as the vigorous Chant of the highland youth… — A part of the poem Soči by Simon Gregorčič…
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