An invitation to the Annual Food Bloggers Dinner 2010


We had fun last year, so, without beating around the bush to cut to the mustard to get to the pit of the olive, I’d like to invite you food bloggers to the Annual Food Bloggers Dinner for 2010.

This year it’s be at Michelangelo’s, inside Holland Village; a small restaurant with a simple dinner menu but they’ll be good food and great company.

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When: Wednesday, 25th August 2010, 7.30pm-11pm

Where: Michelangelo’s, Block44/1- Jalan Merah Saga, Singapore 278116.

Price: $50 nett.

Signing Up:

Seating is limited, so this invite is for food bloggers only. Someday, there may be a Annual Bloggers Dinner but we’ll leave that to other people. If you wish to bring a non-food-blogger partner, he will be put on a wait-list.

Anyway, you can

Sign Up Here

by the 15th August please.

(Have a question or two about this event? Just leave a comment on this post)



Crabmeat Cake with Avocado top with Mesclun Salad, Beetroot Paint & Balsamic Reduction


Short Tube Pasta with chunks of Tuna in Homemade Tomato Sauce with Capers, Olives, Chili, Garlic, Basil, White Wine & rich Fish Broth

Main Course

Breaded Veal Scallopine pan fried in Butter glace with Veal Jus, Cherry Tomato Salsa & Lemon Wedge


Sea bream blanket with crispy Brick Phyllo on Butternut Pumpkin Puree top with Tomato Salsa


Pistachio Financier with Strawberry Salsa & Mint

Coffee / Tea

Posted on 3rd Aug 2010 in Food and Drink, Food Bloggers Dinner, Italian  |  3 comments

Rapido e facile Pasta Aglio Olio con Mentaiko


She looked at me and asked, “I’m hungry, do you have any leftover mentaiko pasta?”

I had neither leftover nor any softened butter on hand, therefore with 3 remaining sacs of Mentaiko, I made pasta Aglio e Olio con Mentaiko…

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Posted on 23rd Jun 2010 in Fusion, Italian, Japanese, Recipes  |  6 comments

Edamame Pasta


After all that great food, it’s time for some righteous cleansing with more great food. Some people would recommend a coffee enema (which says a lot about them) but I think I prefer a less controversial method.

I recently found this recipe in the New York Times by Martha Rose Shulman that looked delicious and it’s incredibly easy to do for a vegetarian meal.

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Posted on 29th Apr 2010 in Italian, Japanese, Recipes  |  5 comments

Forlino at One Fullerton


This is how you used to identify a food blogger; not so these days

I can’t remember who asked who out for lunch but there were a few emails flying around about vacation time and lunch. I think Le Figue was also thrown in the pot, but I thought their lunch menu, featuring all white meat like Cod and Veal paired with heavy sauces, unappealing.

So Forlino it was for lunch then.

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Posted on 15th Feb 2010 in Food and Drink, Italian  |  8 comments

Nouvelle cuisine at Michelangelo’s

Salmon Confit on bed of Fennel

Salmon Confit on bed of Fennel – Fennel never tasted to good!

It all started when Janice thought the luncheon at my home was a dinner. She had ordered short ribs and a huge bowl of Tiramisu to bring to my potluck. As it would be a waste to chuck it so we had it for next-day lunch instead. She was telling me about how Chef Victor was now cooking dinner at Michelangelo’s.

Since Dave was in town with Mary for Christmas, a dinner was planned…

We’ve known Chef Victor since his days at 8 On The Bay which, alas, was a restaurant ahead of its time. I still remember his Duck Confit fondly as one of the best I’ve tasted in Singapore. So it was without hesitation that I made reservations at Michelangelo’s.

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Posted on 12th Jan 2010 in Dead Cow Society, Food and Drink, Italian, Makankaki  |  5 comments

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