One sleepy afternoon, some weirdos with ski masks barged into the shop, put a gun to our heads and said, “GIVES US YOUR SHRIMP & PUMPKIN PASTA RECIPE OR WE’LL.. WE’LL TAKE COWBOY AND.. AND.. uh, WE’LL TOSS HIM IN LORONG M!!!!” And we were like “Nuuuuuuu… not Cowboy! Cowboy is Lorong L and Lorong L is Cowboy! They CANNOT be SEPARATEDDDDD! Pleeeeease! We’ll do anything, anything! Okay here’s the recipe. Take it. TAKE ITTTT! >_< ”
Okay that never really happened. No stray cats were harmed in the creation of the fictional account above. The mild-mannered folks at Cuisine & Wine Asia asked us very nicely. And we relented.
So. If you’ve always wanted to know how to make the Shrimp & Pumpkin Pasta at home, there’s a nice pullout section in the May-June 2012 edition of Cuisine & Wine Asia offering OUR MOST HIGHLY GUARDED SEKRET RECIPE, as well as how to make our Pear William, and a few other interesting recipes from other peoples.
Eh, please try it at home leh! Then take photo and send to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us if your guests survived the ordeal! 😛 Joking, joking. Let us know how it went, we’d really love to know if it turned out well.
There’s also a little write-up on TGS, as well as many other restaurants and cafés with quirky names. Yah. That’s how we got their attention. We has a quirky name.
This one is the artsy, illegible shot. For a more legible shot, go here.
Alternatively, save on Le Dead Trees and subscribe online. The publication has apps for Apple, Android and other devices.. sibeh kool.
And out came the article last week! Click here to read the full article – includes heaps of other quirky places around the island!
Guess who got interviewed on All About Food? 🙂