Beverages (Shakes, Smoothies, Sippies)

Breads, Quick

Breads, Yeasted

Building Blocks

Cakes, Cookies and Other Sweets


Fish and Shellfish


Meat: Beef, Pork and Lamb


Noodles/Pasta, Potatoes and Rice:


Salads and Dressings, Sauces and Dips, Pickles and Relishes Too!

  • Warm Red Cabbage Salad with Apples and Walnuts
  • Soups and Stews:

    Stuffed, Filled and Topped:

    Teatime Treats:

    Vegetables, Vegan and Vegetarian Dishes:


    1. Abby says:

      Very impressed with your site and so far I am learning a lot. My hubby is craving for a Puto Bungbong and not sure if the ingredients are available in Singapore. I’m wondering if you manage to find it?

      Thanks Abby

    2. Janet says:

      Hello Steph,
      We noticed that your paternal great-grandmother used to make Judge Peter’s Pudding every Thanksgiving and Christmas. It is a tradition in our family as well! As a matter of fact, we are in the process of making it right now (on December 23rd) just as my daughter’s great-great grandmother used to do every Christmas eve. We have always wondered who Judge Peter was? Do you happen to know? Would you like to share recipes? and we would be interested in knowing any history you may have discovered about this dessert.
      Thank you!
      Merry Christmas,

    3. Arthur says:

      I have tried for several years to find a recipe for Judge Peter’s Pudding. When I was young we had it most years at the holidays, but the family recipe seems to have been lost. The ingredients I remember were lemon jello, chopped nuts and chopped dates.

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