The 'Quarantuno Formaggi' features cheese from each of the 41 nations participating in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
We’re definitely seeing more cheesy additions to our fast food menus recently. And if you’re a big fan of Mac N’ Cheese and a fan of fried chicken, you’re in for a treat. KFC Singapore is serving both in a bowl at $4.50 each. But if you prefer it as part of a meal, consisting of a single piece chicken and a drink, that’s $5. Fortunately for a few people in Singapore, they were able to have a taste before it was made available to the public. But it seems that with all fast food dishes, no matter how good the photos look on the menu, you always need to manage your expectations. ...
McDonald’s Singapore has responded to complaints about their new Cheesy Loaded Fries not being served like how it’s being advertised, cheesy puns included. The fast food giant posted a short message on their Facebook page on Monday (11 December), pledging to review their food preparation processes and give their customers the “right amount of sauces”.
Popular Japanese cheese tart brand, Pablo, finally opened its first café outlet in Singapore on Tuesday (8 August) morning. Located at Level 1 of Wisma Atria shopping mall, the café spans 1,400 square feet and can seat a total of 78 dine-in customers.
This simple dish made out of just four ingredients makes for a delicious little snack. Recipe: Bake a potato, then cut off the top and scoop out the middle. Fill with cheese and bacon, then crack an egg on top and add another layer of cheese and bacon. Bake the potato again to melt the cheese. via @Yahoo小當家 Produced by @My Deja Vu 既視感生活日誌
There are some clever vegan pasta recipes out there that approximate cheese sauces by way of blending nutritional yeast, miso, paprika, and probably a pinch of voodoo magic. The recipe calls for ¼ cup of miso paste, but I suggest that you start with 2 tablespoons and taste the sauce.
One bite of mozzarella in carrozza and you won’t be able to think of anything else except that string of cheese that only gets longer as you pull the sandwich away from your mouth.