• Perth Perfect: Day 5

    We were getting the tail end of the cyclone and the weather has turned slightly chilly in the morning. For breakfast, we made my chunky version of shakshuka with chopped tomatoes, French beans, mushrooms, free-range eggs, basil and goat’s cheese. We did not any cumin, and my kids were not absolutely big fans of this […]

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  • Perth Perfect: Day 6

    I am no tiger mum, but the kids were given some holiday work to be completed so here they were spending some time doing some Maths problems. Eli recently had been requesting us to give him additions and subtractions so it was fun seeing him using his toes when the sums get more than 10. […]

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  • Perth Perfect: Day 7

    We met up with Ann, my bestie from Singapore. She would use to come and help me out on the weekends when we just started the business. We have this special bond and I am really humbled and thankful for her friendship. We may not see each other that often these days due to our […]

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  • Perth Perfect: Day 8

    Our flight was at 2 am the next morning, so we actually have a full day in Perth. Squeezing in as much as we could, we ticked off another must-go breakfast place in the city. It was Sayers Sister in Northbridge (236 Lake St) this time. Highly recommended. Being foodies that we are, we met Ann […]

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  • What Should Be in Your Kid’s Travel Bag

    I’ve come across fashion magazines and blogs wherein they lay out the contents of a certain celebrity’s purse and describe each item in detail. That being said, this inspired me to do a ‘What’s in Your Bag?’ kind of post – kiddie edition! Children can be fidgety and restless during flights, especially for long-haul ones. […]

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  • The Crucial Checklist: 6 Things You’ll Need Before You Travel

    Travelling has and will always be one of the constant things in my life. These days, with budget carriers, our dreams to see the world, fulfilling our wanderlust desires have become very real. We can now all be inspired, renewed with new sights, sounds and flavours,  all—without burning a hole in our pocket. Like any […]

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  • Perth Perfect: Walking to a Different Beat at Perth

    When we knew we were going to Perth for the March school holidays, we decided to put together a campaign and the souper inspirations to be from Perth. We were looking for interesting partners to work with. We chanced upon Two Feet and a Heatbeat and spoke to Ryan, the entreprenuer, the brains and the legs […]

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  • Homestyle Cock-a-Doodle Soup

    My days at Murdoch University hold fond memories that never fail to bring a smile on my face. This was where I met Andrew, my husband and also Benedict—the trio who started The Soup Spoon! This is also the place where I learned to make chicken soup—a classic favourite of my then-student self. Little did […]

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  • B.F.F. Stew

    The wonderful thing about not being back in Perth for six years is that catching up with family and friends is made more precious than usual. Time indeed flies so fast when you’re having fun! March is one of the best times to come to Perth with good weather and plentiful seasonal produce. Vegetables that […]

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  • Souperchef Special | Prosperity Black Pepper Beef Stew

    Souperchef Special | Prosperity Black Pepper Beef Stew (Beef | Contains Gluten | Dairy-Free | Spicy) Every Chinese New Year, a certain fast food restaurant’s repertoire would include this black pepper beef burger with the infamous twister fries. It is definitely something that many of their fans look forward to. Singaporeans love all things black […]

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