Cooking & Eating at the K’s

About five months ago, I had a great lunch in Joo Chiat with nice people. It was followed by a dinner that was so spectacular that while I took a lot of photos, I could not post it here as I could not find words to describe the cooking (all done by men) and the eventual dinner.

I still can’t, but that’s irrelevant because the pictures will speak for themselves.

Scallops in Squid Ink Ravioli:

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Osso Bucco:

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Stuffed Squid (with cheese and mushroom):

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Cannelloni:

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Baked Alaskan:

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Tiramisu (with Valrhona Coca powder, real Sabayon and sponge cake (not sponge fingers!) made a few days earlier):

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Other photos of the dinner:

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Dessert (all home made):

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Posted on 25th Nov 2006 in Food and Drink, Italian, Makankaki

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There Are 8 Comments

 

LiquidShaDow commented on November 25, 2006 at 12:21 pm


Hi, I’m not sure if I missed something out in the entry of this but, could you please tell me where this place is? I’d like to drop by and try their food. Thanks.


 

Ivan commented on November 26, 2006 at 12:35 am


Oh dear, I am sorry, this was a dinner at a dear friend’s house featuring home-cooked food.


 

LiquidShaDow commented on November 26, 2006 at 10:28 am


Ahhh….forgive my ignorance. I thought it was an eating place. The food does look very good.


 

Ivan commented on November 26, 2006 at 9:15 pm


No worries. They are very good cooks. One’s a Chef.


 

Cheryl commented on November 28, 2006 at 5:53 pm


Ivan! Gosh, I wish I had friends like yours. Seriously, EVERYTHING looks delicious. Especially the Tiramisu (only because I love dessert more than anything else). Wah and your photos are very comprehensive. I like! How many people were there anyway? did you all finish everything? man, i’m like drooling now as I wait for dinner at home…… AHHHH…


 

thehungrycow commented on November 29, 2006 at 12:00 pm


Wow. What a feast for the eyes and I bet the tummy too!


 

Ivan commented on November 30, 2006 at 1:32 am


Yes, it was sublime.


 

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