ABC Studio’s Trial Lesson Menu

**Seasonal Trial, from 3 – 31 March only**
Takoyaki Style bread with béchamel sauce, teriyaki sauce and bacon bits
This huge takoyaki is actually a bread! I think the technique of wrapping enclosed filling would be similar to ‘baked meat curry’ (regular lesson). This bread has béchamel sauce and bacon bits, and is drizzled with teriyaki sauce that will be made from scratch. Super worth learning if you ask me. This bread is gonna be popular with kids.

I’m a ABC studio member, email me at to attend trial lessons at $28/pax. I only get to attend the trial class if someone goes with me, while you get to enjoy member referral discount, it’s a win-win situation. Let’s bake together! 🙂

Continue reading

Posted in ABC Cooking Studio, Cooking Lesson | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Review: (X’mas) Gingerbread Man Baking & Decorating Class at Redman, Star Vista

Daughter cutting out gingerbread man with cookie cutter
Cutting out gingerbread man and other X’mas shapes using cookie cutter

My daughter and I rolled out the gingerbread flavoured dough, cut out shapes using the cookie cutter, and decorated the Christmas-themed cookies using icing and a variety of sugar sprinkles.

Few weeks before Christmas, I spotted this gingerbread man parent-child baking lesson at Redman, The Star Vista for $65 nett. 

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Review: ‘Local Kuih Favourites’ Kueh Making / Cooking Class at Palate Sensations

Local kueh favourites from Palate Sensations with chef Low Shih Erh
Steamed kueh – soon kueh, rainbow kueh lapis, kueh salat and orh kueh! 

Which is your favourite?

Mine has to be kueh salat and my daughter’s is rainbow kueh lapis. 

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

So I Spent my Valentines’ with my Friend + BRUNO + Palate Sensations.

Chargrilled Chicken Kebabs, kuih dadar, Thai style meat balls – yums!

Came across BRUNO x Palate Sensations 1 + 1 cooking event for Valentines’ at S$50 and I was like what?!?! Count me in!

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Review: Learning Taiwanese/Chinese Cuisine at Palate Sensations.

Taiwanese street food : crispy fried chicken (盐酥鸡) and oyster mee sua (蚝仔面线)

When a friend saw the photos of this class that I posted on Facebook, she went ‘AGAIN!?!’ – cue laughters of embarrassment from me. Yes, I’m addicted, lol.

This is my 3rd lesson at Palate Sensations, with chef Low Shih Erh.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Got a Free Lesson in ABC Cooking Studio (KL).

Yums! Made adorably round temari sushi in KL. The icing on the cake is that the lesson was… free (using my ABC passport)

Since I was going to be in KL in July, I took the chance to check out ABC Cooking Studio Malaysia‘s locations and menus available. My ABC passport is still valid, hence I try to redeem a free lesson whenever I’m in one of the 8 countries where they are at.

There are currently 2 studios in Malaysia and both are in Kuala Lumpur – in Pavilion Elite shopping mall and Gardens Mall.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Take My Money ($250)! Back to Palate Sensations’ with Chef Shih!

Stuffed Capsicum with Black Bean Sauce – Ooooo, heavenly taste! 

This dish captivated me. I was not familiar with black bean sauce since my mum and mum-in-law do not use this ingredient. It was delicious.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I used $250 of my Skillsfuture Credits to learn tze char dishes at Palate Sensations Culinary School. Here’s how it went.

The star dish of my Palate Sensations lesson. LOVE IT. It looks amazing and taste delicious. Although I hate deep frying, I have made this cereal prawns dish at home countless times – – – it’s that good.

Continue reading

Posted in Cooking Lesson | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Photo Spam: My Lessons at ABC Cooking Studio

World Cuisine (March): Popular Ethnic Thai Meal
This menu features Pad Gaprao, Tom Kha Gai and Vietnamese fried spring roll

My 12th cooking lesson! I have some cooking tickets (lucky me!) hence I can still attend cooking classes 😀

Despite basil pork being one of the iconic traditional Thai dishes, I have always avoided it. I never liked the basil taste/smell. It is too strong for me. 

Picked this menu mostly for my husband, who came over to have lunch with me.

The spring roll was fun to wrap and yummy too. My husband and I are not fan of the soup though, both of us prefer green curry and tom yum soup over this.

The instructor shared that typically, holy basil is used. As it is stronger in flavour and also harder to buy, the studio has used sweet basil instead. I like this version better.

Continue reading

Posted in ABC Cooking Studio, Cooking Lesson | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Review: Taking up Cooking Lessons at ABC Cooking Studio.

ABC best selection menuBest selection, picnic lunch to impress
This was my very first regular cooking lesson at ABC studio!

For cooking classes, you can choose from 4 menu:

  • Japanese home cooking
  • World cuisine
  • Best selections (exclusive to Takashimaya, Orchard)
  • Whole-meal cooking (exclusive to Westgate, Jurong)

Continue reading

Posted in ABC Cooking Studio, Cooking Lesson | Leave a comment