Pardon the theatrical effects as it is Halloween after all. This does indeed look like a CSI setting or a scene from a horror movie with fresh blood splattered everywhere. When it concerns blood oozing from a piece of steak, some quiver at the sight of it, others see red but to me? That is gold. Eating a steak without blood is synonymous to chewing on a tennis shoe. People who prefer their meat well done- Incinerated into leathery, flavorless chunks of carbon are probably not able to tell if what they’re eating is food or a piece of floating rubber from a shipwreck. I am not condemning people who are under privileged to eat under cooked meat because of medical reasons but I’m merely displaying my tumultuous displeasure towards an over cooked steak. Rants aside, I’m gonna teach you guys how to fire up a succulent piece of steak, and honor this Halloween with the savoring of, blood. *SCREECHING HORROR MOVIE SOUND EFFECT*
ED: Once again the time has arrived where the Undead horde lumbers and Draculas awake from their slumbers to party and get wasted in clubs and bars. Apart from rampant ghoulish activities and howls in the Halloween skies, it is also a much anticipated hunting season. Yes, it’s slut bunny season boys, a day where girls mystically transform under the moon light sprouting bunny ears and bosoms and shedding clothes.
So that’s mainly how we celebrate Halloween here in Singapore, which sadly leans away from the souling custom of carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns as a way of remembering the souls held in purgatory; Continue reading
ED: Being a self-proclaimed bread fanatic/ bread lover/ bread face, whatever you call it, as long as it’s something which requires yeast in the making, I will devour it like a plague of bread-eating locust. In fact, I could eat so much bread, I think there’s infinite numbers of yeast partying and shuffling to party rock anthem on my intestine floor right now. So tell me, what better type of bread to be crowned the undisputed king of breads but PIZZA? It’s got a crusty crust, tomato sauce, gooey flavorsome mozzarella cheese with basically any ingredient in the world gracing the base. To me, that’s like Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Chinese New Year all in one; plus 14 February too of course. ❤
ED: This is a fantastic dish to have while you’re cuddled up on the couch on a cold winter day or, rainy day in our case. It’s a really thick and hearty soup with chunks of bread and you could also add other ingredients in it like lentils, kidney beans, bacon, capsicum etc. I love this dish so much cause it’s so comforting it tucks me into bed.
ED: Isn’t she lovely? Simple, vibrant, sexy, with a touch of elegance. Sounds almost like my ideal woman, only a little tastier. This rustic dish will turn a noob to a cook, a zero to hero and impress any princess. It’s SO easy to prepare and I’m gonna show you how. All it needs is a little patience, and love. “Treat your food like a woman, not the other way around” – Famous quote by yours truly, Edmund. Now pay attention boys.