More about the Kitchen Missus
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I started this blog as a platform to start writing casually again, as since my son was born 4 and a half years ago, I found that there was no way again for me to write on a consistent basis because, as anyone with young children would know, kids are so time-consuming! And over the years in my role as a Stay at Home Mom, I have gained so much experience in cooking and improvising/developing my own simple recipes at times of emergency (such as when the kids are chasing me around the kitchen crying for me to hold them or absent-minded me realize that the ingredient I kept thinking I had in the drawer was actually not). When I was still single and swinging and staying under my parents’ roof, all I knew to cook was fried egg and sausages, simple spaghetti bolognese with sauce from a bottle , Korean rice cakes, steamed rice, mashed potatoes and instant noodles. Now, after 5 years of cooking for my family, I know so much more, and my scrapbook of recipes have grown at an incredible rate.
This blog has been a couple of years in the making, and I am finally launching it!
Some basic information about myself~
My name is Pamela and I blog from the super sunny island of Singapore. My husband is the breadwinner in our growing family with two young children aged 4-1/2 and 2, but he has a handful of pretty incredible recipes up his sleeves as well, and I will graciously ask (okay, more like coerce) him to share them here at Kitchen Missus.
I am starting to truly enjoy cooking, as compared to a couple of years ago when to me, cooking was merely out of necessity. I am interested in trying recipes from different cultures and have, so far, tried Thai, Korean, Japanese, Italian, a little French (because I am a tad bit intimidated by the french technique of cooking) and of course, my own culture – chinese and peranakan cuisine. I have a long list of must-try recipes and it features various cultural classics.
Do enjoy yourselves here at Kitchen Missus, I write from the heart and with passion, and through my heartfelt and impassioned words I hope to reach as many people as I possibly can, and of course, I seek to learn from my readers as well. Thank you and Bon Appetit!