21 Jan '12, 3pm

Convenient foods for Mahjong marathons - from the simple to the sumptuous

Convenient foods for Mahjong marathons - from the simple to the sumptuous

I'm not a big fan of sugee cookies but the ones at Pan Pacific Hotel's bakery really take the cake. In flavours like green pea, almond and hazelnuts. The hotel also bakes a lovely Cake Lapis with a good balance of flour, eggs and coconut milk. If you prefer a lighter local cake, try the improved Pandan Chiffon by Prima Deli. It has gone through some rounds of improvement and approval by its food panel before it was rolled out last year. As for kueh bangkit, go for the richer and slightly crunchy one by Pine Garden or the lighter and melt-in-the-mouth version by Glory's. Pine Garden also has a Pandan-flavoured love-letter that's quite addictive. For Bak Kwa recommendations, read -> this story . Fortune Pots If you are going to start your mahjong gathering with a dinner, then a bountiful Fortune Pot would be most ideal. You can continue to eat it when you have a midnight bre...

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