Author: Candice Cheong

Candice Cheong heads Marketing at Spoonful. She stems from an Advertising and Marketing Communications background having graduated from the University of Canberra, Australia and has been working in the media industry for more than 15 years. Her passion for food led her to Spoonful and she’s inspired by teammates here, further fueling her hobby in baking. As a mom of two young kids, Candice works in the day and bakes at night, earning her the nickname The Midnight Baker. Besides baking, she has an innate passion for all things Japanese, travel, and a keen interest in photography. Follow Candice on Instagram @dice97

Classic Lemon Tart Recipe

French-style lemon tart filled with creamy lemon curd in a crumbly tart crust that tastes just like a cookie. This classic tarte au citron will certainly wow you with it’s sweet and tangy flavours, balanced with a dollop of whipped cream and some fresh fruit.

Beef Rendang 印尼仁当牛肉

Recipe from Spoonful Chinese Cuisine Contributor Cai Li The spicy, rich and creamy Indonesia beef stew is known for an insane amount of flavour because of its generous use of a myriad of spices and herbs cooking for a few hours until meat fork-tender.

JWO Holdings - Mooncakes 2019

JANICE WONG PRESENTS JAPANESE MOONCAKES FOR MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL

This year at Janice Wong Singapore, Mid-Autumn Festival will be celebrated in true Japanese style with the limited-edition Mooncake Box Set, showcasing key ingredients from nine different prefectures in Japan. The Mooncake Box Set (S$65) is a box of nine specially curated snow-skin mooncakes, inspired by various Japanese ingredients representing its respective prefectures. Having carried…

Cantonese Style Beef Brisket Stew萝卜牛腩煲

Recipe from Spoonful Chinese Cooking Instructor Cai Li This classic Cantonese braised beef stew is served from almost all traditional restaurants around the world. Traditionally, this dish calls for beef brisket which is relatively tough cut but really flavorful when prepared properly. If you have access to Chinese butchery, look for the brisket with a…

Red-braised Dried Bamboo Shoots 笋干烧肉

Recipe from Spoonful Chinese Cooking Instructor Cai Li Bamboo shoots are always a culinary delicacy in Asia, especially in Chinese and Japanese cuisines. Freshly dug bamboo shoots are seasonal and are appreciated by people of that particular region. Yet easily accessible dried bamboo shoots have a meaty quality and are incredibly delicious. It has a chewy-tenderness…