Friday, May 7, 2021

Purest Nest: Bird's Nest, Snow Hashima, Collagen - Skincare Superfoods!

Bird's nest is such a prized delicacy and yet it's hard for most of us to determine the quality and quantity of the product we are getting. I recently got to try a selection of PurestNest.com's bottled bird's nest and snow hashima. The founder created this brand when he couldn't find clear answers to the contents and nutritional value of the bird's nest products on the market.

Each bottle of the Bird's Nest contains 9 grams of genuine bird's nest and all natural ingredients. It's so concentrated that just one bottle per week is recommended. It's free of artificial flavouring, colouring, preservatives, synthetic stabilisers and chemical processing. The bird's nests are ethically harvested from farms in Southeast Asia and hand-cleaned.

Here are the flavours:

Bird's Nest with Wolfberries & Pandan 150g
Bird's Nest with Collagen & Pearl 150g
Snow Hashima with Red Dates 150g
Snow Hashima with Ginseng 150g

Yes, the bottles were filled generously with product. I really liked the Premium Bird's Nest with Wolfberries and Pandan. The texture is more "QQ" with better mouthfeel. The recipes also are rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine. What's great is the sweetness level that's just right - palatable without being overly sweet.

But what really matters is the results! To my surprise, my skin improved noticeably. It was more plumped up from within and firmer. I should have taken before and after photos, but I really wasn't expecting anything to show within a week or two. I still have more than half of the bottles left! Seriously, whatever skincare you slather on externally can't really match the benefits from bird's nest. I love that it's such a delicious way to take care of your skin too.

PurestNest also offers convenient subscriptions of four bottles per month (S$209-$359). Choose your favourite flavours or try a mix of different ones to see which you prefer. Delivery is free. 

These are the consumption directions:
- Recommended daily intake is 2 tablespoons (I think these are dessert spoons, which are half tablespoons) in the morning (best on empty stomach)
- Once opened, please keep it in the fridge
- Consume within 7 days after opening

Many thanks to Purest Nest for letting me try the product!

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Monday, March 22, 2021

Xian Dan Chao Ren: Salted Egg Yolk Hero!

Have you ever wanted to have salted egg yolk dishes just as a snack and not have to pay through the nose at a zichar place or restaurants? 

Meet Xian Dan Chao Ren (咸蛋超人 meaning Salted Egg Superhero)- at Punggol Waterway Point! They are bringing super addictive bites at very affordable prices.

 

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The mascot is a chicken donning a salted egg yolk costume; he's encouraging the other ingredients to come dress themselves in salted egg yolk too.


The menu is fairly straightforward with standard pricing for most items, so you won't have to take too long deciding.

Chicken or Fish at S$5.90 
Mantou or Pumpkin or Lotus Root at S$4.90

You can have them prepared either wet or dry (with a separate dipping sauce). 

Go for a duo, trio or the whole platter of five! 


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If you'd like to make it a full meal, just add the rice and egg combo (S$2), or salad ($2). This is the "dry" version with the sauce served separately.




Photo courtesy of xdcr _007 (Chicken Combo With Rice)

I prefer the items fried with the sauce (wet style).
The salted egg yolks used here are handground and not from commercial premix. You can taste the texture in this stir-fried version.
 

Photo courtesy of xdcr (Lotus)

My absolute favourite is the crispy lotus root!



Photo courtesy of xdcr _006 (Platter)

Try the entire platter for sinful sharing. Super-delicious! All returning customers in March will get a 10% discount voucher. Go check them out. 




Xian Dan Chao Ren 咸蛋超人 (Your Salted Egg Hero) 
Waterway Point, 
83 Punggol Central, #B1-K4, 
Singapore 828761 

Contact Number: +65 9829 2285 / +65 9618 9069 
Facebook: @xiandanchaorensg 
Instagram: @xiandanchaorensg 

Operating Hours: Operating Daily Daily: 11am – 10pm


Many thanks to XDCR for the invitation!
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Monday, March 8, 2021

International Women's Day: Why It's Special

 


Happy International Women's Day! On Instagram, I mentioned that my teenage girls are also growing up to be young women who bring joy and cheer. I adore their sweet innocence and hope to prepare them for independent living, especially Nadine who has special needs. We love her fearless spirit. 💕 

She’s holding an Admiration Bouquet from @farmflorist along with a Chocolate Banana Cake. It’s their International Women’s Day Bundle (S$80) that’s available all March.

You can see more selections on their website (these are valid til end March):

https://www.farmflorist.com/product-tag/international-womens-day/


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No matter what role you have as a woman - daughter, mother, sister, boss, colleague, friend, lover, spouse, partner - you mean something to someone. You have the ability to impact other people's lives. 

Much of the focus of International Women's Day will be on successes women can achieve, but I feel that even little bits of kindnesses matter too. Bringing warmth, joy and a smile - that's priceless.


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Many thanks to FARM Florist for sending this bundle.
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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Keisuke Chicken Yakiniku Tori Yaro at Geylang

 


Look at this feast! The Keisuke Group continues to expand in Singapore with yet another concept - Keisuke Chicken Yakiniku Tori Yaro - this time a standalone chicken specialty offering fresh cuts for yakiniku and plenty of customisable sauces. 
 
What's more unusual is this outlet is tucked in a coffeeshop in Geylang, blending into the local scene. Well, we did get UNESCO recognition for our hawker culture recently, so this fits right in. You get your own little grill to cook the food on, and the al fresco setting means you won't smell like BBQ. 

It's a lovely meal to share with a friend or a small group, chatting over delicious bites.
 
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Tuesday, February 2, 2021

CNY 2021: Golden Peony at Conrad Centennial Singapore

Feeling bullish for 2021? Golden Peony Restaurant at Conrad will help you step into the new year with their Fortune Ox Yu Sheng featuring pan-fried Wagyu Beef! OMG! This is my kind of yusheng! Seasonal greens, salmon and a homemade sour plum sauce bring this dish together.  

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Monday, February 1, 2021

CNY 2021: 藝 yì by Jereme Leung at Raffles Hotel

藝 yì by Jereme Leung at Raffles Hotel is a gorgeous venue with expertly executed fine Chinese cuisine. Celebrity MasterChef Jereme Leung started his career in kitchens of Hong Kong, mastering all four cornerstones of Chinese cooking ranging from dim-sum, Chinese barbecue, wok-cooking to knife work. 

After stints at some of the most prestigious hotels in Southeast Asia, he went on a food pilgrimage across China in the 1990s to explore the flavours of different regions, their ingredients and cooking techniques. With that knowledge, he has opened over 9 restaurants worldwide. 藝 yi by Jereme Leung is his first restaurant in Singapore and his long-awaited homecoming. 

The food is not of any particular province, but you may see lost masterpieces and ancient favourites, with a modern touch.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

CNY 2021: Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriott Tangs Plaza


Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriott Tangs Plaza has always been known for exquisite Cantonese fare. Executive Chinese Chef Brian Wong Shiuh Yean dazzles with thoughtful culinary creations and spares no effort to fashion the best out of fine ingredients.  

Their Chinese New Year menu for 2021 offers eight-course set menus from S$108++ per person (4-8 pax) to S$2088++ (per table of 8 pax) from 20 January to 26 February 2021. New Year Eve Reunion menus on 11 Feb 2021 are from S$118++ per person. There are also Lunar New Year a la carte delicacies and takeaway offerings. Here are some of the highlights you can expect. 

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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

CNY 2021: Jade Restaurant at Fullerton Hotel, Singapore

Jade at the Fullerton Hotel has always been one of my favourite Chinese restaurants. Chinese Executive Chef Leong Chee Yeng is remarkably creative, the food never disappoints, service impeccable, and the setting is just elegantly gorgeous. For a special occasion like Chinese new year, it's definitely one of the best choices for celebratory dining.

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