Galangal Panna Cotta

Aromatic and fruity, this gochujang-spiked dessert has a piquant, Korean cuisine-inspired kick in addition to its galangal and apricot notes.


Trinkets and bijou usually sit pretty in trays, but these shallow receptacles can be statement pieces too. Mould your own beautiful – edible – vessels to present delicate morsels.

Hazelnut Praline Profiterole

Raffles Hotel Singapore’s Hazelnut Praline Profiterole is equal parts refined and decadent, a perfect dessert to surprise Mom with this Mother’s Day.

Toasted Sesame Cookies

This recipe, reproduced from the book 100 Cookies: The Baking Book for Every Kitchen, incorporates Sarah Kieffer’s famous pan-banging technique for seriously wrinkly yet delicious cookies.

Le Homard Bleu

Fished from the Channel Islands, the blue lobster (marked by its unique blue hue when raw) is best cooked with salted butter to showcase its sweet flavour. The mushroom and bacon give the dish an umami taste.

Le Paris Brest

A heritage, Le Paris Brest was originally made to celebrate the Paris-Brest-Paris bicycle race. Its circular shape represents the bicycle wheel. Add Fleur de sel de Maldon to amp up the praline flavour and reduce the sweetness.

Les Saint-Jacques

Hokkaido scallops are preferred as they are sweeter than the ones from the Atlantic, which goes exceedingly well with the Grenobloise sauce - made with capers, lemon dice, brown butter, shallots, parsley and brioche croutons. The garlic baby spinach adds another dimension to the dish.

La Poularde de Bresse

A classic French dish which was created in 1957, the La Poularde de Bresse follows strict rules. The fowl has to be 1.8kg to 2kg: five months old and is fed with milk products for the first three weeks. The result a juicy and firm-fleshed chicken.

Crispy Pork Trotter With Pineapple Sauce

A Chinese New Year classic, the crispy and succulent pork trotter is accompanied with a sweet and tangy pineapple sauce. This recipe has been simplified so you can enjoy the juicy pork with lesser effort.