Framboises or as some would wrongly pronounce it, frem-boy-sirs, is French for raspberries. Raspberries is the perfect fruit to make tarts, due to it’s slightly sweet and slightly tangy flavour. And oh boy, these tarts fully covered in raspberries with a nice crunchy and buttery base looks amazing. But does it taste amazing? The instructions […]
Another review of milk. After reading this, this, this and this, you might think I had a unhealthy obsession with milk. You’ll be surprised to hear that I am not alone. I am certainly not the only one because lately, I have been hearing a lot of people who misses the milk after moving to
I have always loved broiche. It’s slightly sweet, soft and most important of all, buttery. And these little broiche rolls are the perfect little afternoon snack, that can be eaten naked (it means by itself without anything, not the state of the eater). Waitrose makes good examples of these, but M&S is not far behind.
Another example of these slender dieting sticks. Just like the last and last last ones, this is as slender and should be as effective. But this one has a picture of a rather non-slender bear in the package, which may give out confusing signals. Is that supposed to illustrate the bear before or after eating
This is my second rice milk review. Rice milk has a very different taste to cow’s milk. This one is cheaper, or should I say, more reasonably priced. Because the previous one was quite expensive. Is the taste as cheap as the price? Not really. It is not as nice, but it is still nice.
In warm climates, getting hold of good milk is a non-trivial matter. Some milk may even be stinky. The latest milk that I got my hands on is this whole milk from M&S. The quality of M&S food is generally good so I have high hopes. The taste of this milk does not disappoint. It
This wine is one of the most special wine that I have bought. It is steeped in history. Why? Hardy is a big wine producer of Australian wine. Frankly, I don’t really enjoy wine from Hardy’s and hence, I seldom buy it. However, this is no ordinary wine from Hardy’s. This is the Tintara. What
Wow, what a name for a drink. Thankfully, it is non-alcoholic. Otherwise, one would never be able to read it after a few glasses. The mix is very special. It has that complex or complicated feel to it, or like it says on the bottle, a grown-up feel. The apple provides the sweet base. This
Don’t you just hate soggy chips / french fries? Some love it but I hate it. Our friends at Jagabee might have found the solution. They have created this potato chips that is shaped like chips, sprinkle with seaweed. Take a bite and even the inside feels like real chips. The outside is crispy and
I first tasted Hoegaarden many years ago in Europe when someone introduced me to it. It was a niche or craft beer, way before craft beer was popular. Even white beer or ale was not as popular. It was completely a lager era. I was glad that I tried. The beer looks murky when poured.