Juicy Reading on the Wall

Posted on 8 Apr, 2012 | Eat Magazine

Apart from its cozy al fresco dining atmosphere, one of the first things that you would notice at Grill-Out! is its cute meat mural. Beyond the dining area at the kitchen entrance, a distinctive green wall can be seen.

By looking at it, it is easy for patrons to know which type of beef or pork they have just ordered. Usually this mural guide one can find in butcher shops for those not accustomed to ordering meats. Not only is this wall informative but is quite interesting.  Grill-Out! Managing Director Roth Pay says it is an effective way for them to get their work done at the same...

Frozen Tender Loving Care

Posted on 4 Apr, 2012 | Eat Magazine

Who could have known that on a cold, rainy day one could end up having a frozen delight for snacks. While visiting a colleague of mine in Sunset Way, a bright red signage beckoned. Curious and eager to give in to that gelato allure, I saw, I came and was conquered.

Italian for “frozen”, gelato is not only cut above all other frozen desserts.  It boasts of not only satisfying your frosty cravings for but also for not being the cause of getting fat. Technically, gelatos have a range...

Goji Berry Tea: A Recipe for a Long Robust Life

Posted on 2 Apr, 2012 | Eat Magazine

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  • 1 tea bag  (black or green tea)
  • 1/2 mug soy milk
  • 3 tbsp water
  • cayenne
  • cinnamon
  • 1 Tbsp dried Goji berries
  • optional rock sugar/ honey
4 Steps
  1. Fill mug with about 3 Tbsp water. with equal parts soy milk and add tea bag 
  2. Stick in microwave for 2 minutes.Add 1 sprinkle cayenne.1-3 sprinkles cinnamon. goji berries.
  3. Stick back in the microwave for 30 seconds and sweeteners.
  4. Allow berries and bag to soak for a few minutes. Berries will be soft and inflated when fully soaked.
Serving: 1

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Wife Biscuit, a love story

Posted on 24 Mar, 2012 | Eat Magazine
This ubiquitous looking biscuit you often bypass for that sugar-topped chocolate roll has quite a legend to its name. A tale of love. 
Labeled as wife biscuit, I asked myself if by some magic I eat some and find myself a wife to someone by morning the next day. Do I become I wife? Why the name? So I  trotted down to the nearest bakeshop in my Ang Mo Kio (Cheng San Market and Cooked Food Centre) neighborhood and asked the auntie if knows wife cakes are called such.
The round flaky skin...

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