Dogma Steak@Summer Apt “HAIYA!” Tenderizing Karate Chop: 70% will, 20% strength and 10% skills for breaking down the lamb shoulder. The meat was marinated in Taylors port, pepper, chilli powder before going thru the excruciating chop. Kid, never try this at home! Omelette in Pesto sauce: Made this plain omelette with some left overs pesto sauce (feta cheese and spinach pesto sauce) The pesto sauce add alittle tangy herby flavour to the other wise plain omelette. Ohh, chili powder was added too for the sake of Demona the Chili Gobbler
Steamed Brocolli: Ok, this aint actually steamed but hey, it sure sounded better than Boiled Brocolli. Demona took care of this dish as she is the expert in greens.

follow site Terrorized Lamb Shoulder in Brutally hot Olive oil: Lamb shoulder being pan fried on extra virgin olive oil. To enjoy a juicy lamb chop, always have it medium rare. Slightly pan fried on both side, you could tell it’s a good piece of meat when the kitchen is filled with beautiful lamby aromas.

The result: Steamed brocolli, pesto omellette, medium rare lambshoulder and wine reduction sauce for the lamb. The sauce was made from left over olive oil from frying the lamb, ketchup, taylor’s lbv port , some mustard and chilli powder for the tangy spicy flavour!

Medium rare lamb: MMMmmm

go Indon Peanuts: Demona stole some indon peanuts from my housemates. (bad bad girl). She commented it was pretty nice.

source url Verdict: Another enjoyable home cooking session with Demona. Fabulous!

Old Chang Kee@Novena Square
Demona: Dogma and I were walking around Novena Square. We had 30 minutes to kill, before my bus boarding time. Stumbled upon Old Chang Kee. I have yet to try it’s speciality, the curry puff, as the fried squid stick caught my attention. It was quite tasty (it never goes wrong when you deep fry any batter coated food). I only wished they fried them there and then, rather than frying a lot at one go. Our squid stick was cold. Although tasty, they were a little soggy already.
Can’t complain much, only cost sgd 1.30 per stick.

Verdict: Side street snack. Average tasting. You eat for the fun of it.