This is probably my favourite section though. This shelf takes up so little space yet houses so many (important!) heavy things. Imagine how helpful this would be in a tiny kitchen. A food-lover’s kitchen cuz otherwise, you don’t even need so many kitchen gadgets!
When the cake was done, the chef did this for two reasons. 1) To loosen it gently from the ramekin and 2) So that it stays warm when we are ready to attack them!
The tacos themselves, with sour cream dip, shaved parmesan and the avocado dip.
Ah the pizzas. Each one was unique because we all got a blob of dough and could pick and choose our filling.
PS: I got quite pally with the Silpat too. We may meet again in the near future for a cookie or two.
If you are ever looking for cooking classes in Singapore, Palate Sensations (the link no longer seems to be working) is a definite must-try. Its pricey but totally worth it!