25 Jan '12, 12pm

By @camemberu - Fried Nian Gao with Crispy Batter

Photo: Me with Ian Wright, my travel hero and host for Discovery TLC. What's "Camemberu"? It's the way the Japanese pronounce Camembert, the French cheese. Yes, I unabashedly love all things Japanese - the food, culture, people and spirit. They often add their own twist to something foreign and create something totally phenomenal. This Singapore food blog also features travel and eateries in Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, etc. And if that's not complicated enough, occasionally I veer off into my other loves - books, movies, tech, games, gadgets, and my kids. Meanwhile, いただきます!Enjoy browsing and leave me a comment too!

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