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Indra S
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I love to cook, bake and taste!
I love to cook, bake and taste!

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Hopping on the Cronut bandwagon
This dough too three days to make. Well, two and a half. When my friends Beadon and Shirley asked me if I'd be up to giving Cronuts ago, I gladly said yes as I love a good challenge. While Cronuts aren't too difficult to make, the recipe is long and the pro...
Hopping on the Cronut bandwagon
Hopping on the Cronut bandwagon
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Birthday cake adventures
Pretty? Yeah, that's what I thought and that's where I went wrong.  I chanced upon this beautiful Pink cake with Aqua cream topping (well, the original cake had a Tiffany-blue frosting, which is almost the same) and I fell in love with how pretty it looked....
Birthday cake adventures
Birthday cake adventures
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The show-stopping Dobos Torte
I always believe that if you're going to make a comeback, it better be good. I'm embarrassed to say that I've been away from this blog for more than two months. And before that, my posts have been sporadic to say the least.  I'm not going to list down my ex...
The show-stopping Dobos Torte
The show-stopping Dobos Torte
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Warm Farro Salad (with Roasted Vegetables and Red Pepper Pesto)
Knowing how OBSESSED I've been with grains, Jane (The Wayward Oven) bought be a packet of Farro from her holiday in America some time back. I was thrilled. It's strange how I get more excited about ingredients and food items then I do about make up or jewel...
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Pumpkin, Spinach and Caramelised Onion Quiche
It's been a while since I made a quiche for myself. You see, I've kinda been fascinated by millet - my new favourite ingredient (a post on millet will soon be up) which I cook for myself almost three times a week, sometimes five. :) Yeah, I guess I am obses...
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Sunday Tea: Victoria Sponge
Before I try my hand at making a classic cake, I do a lot of research first. This pleasant Sunday (it was muggy, but I was so glad it wasn't scorching like it was during the week) I decided to make the classic Victoria Sandwich, also known as the Victoria S...
Sunday Tea: Victoria Sponge
Sunday Tea: Victoria Sponge
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Seeded Sourdough Bread
Have you ever seen anything so beautiful? Well, when you're nervously trying to culture your own leaven and make your first sourdough loaf, this is indeed a sight to behold. This leaven was alive and active and ready for action.  This is my second attempt a...
Seeded Sourdough Bread
Seeded Sourdough Bread
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Garlic Twists and then some Empanadas
Sometimes the best things happen by chance. Like these garlic twists. They were the result of some extra dough from a batch of empanadas I made for a tea party (read: Chinese New Year gambling do) later today. I didn't make quite enough filling and so I end...
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Fruit and Nut Shortbread
Fruit and Nut shortbread? I couldn't believe it. When I saw pictures of these  pretty shortbread cookies on the online food log, Tastespotting last week, I knew I had to rush home and get right down to it. I love shortbread and the thought of yummy, colourf...
Fruit and Nut Shortbread
Fruit and Nut Shortbread
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Daring Bakers: Whoopie Pies
The December Daring Baker's Challenge had us all cheering. The lovely and talented Bourbonnatrix of Bourbonnatrix Bakes was our hostess and challenged us to make fun, delicious and creative whoopie pies! Delicious little cake-like cookies sandwiching luscio...
Daring Bakers: Whoopie Pies
Daring Bakers: Whoopie Pies
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