Monday, April 15, 2019

Ruby Chocolate Now in Singapore: The #Rubylicious Adventure Begins!




It's been a while since I posted anything but I thought it's the right time to kick start things again because

Ruby Chocolate is now in Singapore!

You might have heard about it previously. Dubbed as the 4th chocolate (after dark, milk and white chocolate), Ruby RB1 is derived from the ruby cocoa bean that thrived in cacao growing countries like Brazil, Ecuador and Ivory Coast. Through a direct collaboration with the Jacobs University in Bremen (Germany), the Callebaut Chocolate makers have discovered the best way to process the beans to harness its natural red-pink color and fruity taste.

Now you can have a taste of some #rubylicious creations in Singapore by simply purchasing the tickets at https://foodxervices.com/rubylicious/. A ticket of $120 entitles you to a single redemption of 8 different items.

 You will create your unique log-in pin for the interactive Xstory app through which you can redeem your item anytime between 18th April to 31st May. Learn the stories behind these creations by using the App to scan the Xstory logo on the ticket hard copy which you will receive after our purchase!

Ticket goes on sale from 15th April. Here's a quick preview of the few items featured on this rubylicious adventure!

Ruby Foie Gras Parfait on Kale & Chives Waffle from Plentyfull

Rubyrazz by Patisserie G

Bashful, Easter Rabbit by Patisserie G

Ruby Red Velvet Cupcakes by Lamb Cupcakery

Through this food trail, you will see that ruby chocolate is such a versatile ingredient that shines not only in pastries but also savoury dishes. Although you can purchase some items directly without buying the ticket, some items like the Bashful Easter Rabbit is exclusively available via the ticket only. Moreover it is such a rare opportunity to have a chocolate event in Singapore so why not jio your family and friends to embark on this delicious adventure?

Join the Adventure. Feel the Spark.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

來呷甜甜品 台北西门町:蜜芋麻糬烧雪冰

又是一家冰店。读了好些食评决定来试这家因为我对烧麻糬这三个字无法招架。据说是由一对很喜欢吃冰甜点的夫妻所开的。虽然最靠近西门町捷运站、却离商业区有一段距离。远离喧闹,坐下来好好的享受一碗蜜芋麻糬烧雪冰(90元)感觉格外舒适。
推荐大家选择雪冰而不是刨冰(75元)因为前者的口感较细滑,吃起来更顺口。蜜芋冰是微软的芋泥块和芋泥参半、比一般的芋泥多了一层蜜糖的甜香。
配料新鲜已经赢了一半的战局。 不过我最喜欢的部分是当牛奶雪花冰渐渐融化和花生粉混在一起时、味道香醇、有点在像吃花生牛奶冰淇淋!
另外一个是菜单没有但是社交媒体上有客人客制化的甜点。红豆、仙草(虽有点像发菜)、炼乳、花生麻糬、古早滋味、百吃不厌。
虽然说冰品来来去去配料就不就这几样嘛、不过试想如果每一个配料都是要亲自熬煮、不见得每一家都能胜任。
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Thursday, July 19, 2018

【台北美食地雷篇】朝富碳烤吐司 Cha'o Food

在台北中地雷的机会好像不小。上次写的可蜜达还不算是超级地雷(因为不是所有点的食物都难吃)可是这家真的就让我们摇头say “Nooooooo!”
地雷就不用打写文章。看图就好吧~
粉漿嫩煎蛋餅



爆燒肉黃金溏心蛋

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Yoku Moku ヨックモック Blue Brick Lounge Aoyama Tokyo


I’ve never had the motivation to visit this place until recently when I spotted its seasonal menu that looked potentially good. Matcha fondant is a dessert of the yesteryears but this cigare specialty store still had the guts to serve it. In fact, it had done a brilliant job with the entire concept. Who says plated desserts have to be deconstructed in an avant-Garde style and leave us feeling empty after that? 
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