Pains of making tart shell in Singapore.

I live in Singapore. It is known for its temperamental weather and humid climate, thus making it pretty horrible for making tart shells. I do not have an air-conditioned kitchen which is very difficult for me to keep the butter cold and solid. I often have to work very quickly between removing the cubed butter from the freezer to crumbling it with the flour. In between crumbling, I frequently notice that the butter would start to soften really fast and creating a dough without the use of water. This resulted in a very crumbly crust, the type that falls apart when you handle them roughly!


My personal preference for a tart shell gravity towards a crumbly yet firm shell. Thus I find it very difficult to achieve that. I previously worked with a recipe which called for water and egg yolks after crumbling the butter with the flour. By the time I included all the butter, the dough came together. It was getting a little sticky so I stopped crumbling and into the fridge it went. I was a little skeptical with the structure of the dough as there was no addition of any liquid.

When I took the dough out of the fridge after an hour, it held up okay. The mess began when I started rolling them out, IT DID NOT STAYED TOGETHER. It was crumbly, and when it was exposed to the humidity it began to stick to the tabletop and the rolling pin. It needed a lot of dusting flour. I pushed through with the dough as I had limited time to produce tarts.

Getting the dough onto the pans were a hassle and it took way more effort. I dusted and dusted the dough for the entire time I was lining it on the pan. I was making silent prayers that the shells would bake fine and taste good. After many tedious attempts to line the dough, I popped it into the oven, baking them with baking beads as I was going to make lemon meringue tarts.

The tarts baked perfectly and the cooling process went smoothly till… The moment I removed the shells from the pan. (Mind you I heavily greased my pans with oil.) A handful were destroyed as I had difficulty removing them. I lost a few of them and it was not a good feeling as I am only left with a few extras, in the case of destruction.

This is the point I could not figure out whether it is due to the lack of liquid or too much dusting flour. I blamed it on the humid weather however I could not change that, thus I guess in the future I would just have to use another recipe.

Overall, the tarts came out fine. Consumers were happy with it, I was happy with the taste of it, not so much on the creation of it. I am still here trying to figure it out…


Hope you like my recount of this everlong reflection on the arts of making tart shells. If you have trouble or a solution for this issue, please share it with me. I would love to explore the alternative of it.

It was a grand pleasure to write again after a long time. I hope you enjoyed reading this post as much as I writing it.

Connect with me through the socials @…

Facebook @BigOnFood Page 

Instagram @BigOnFood 

or, drop me an email at


A Tiny November Update…

Hello Hello! I hope you still remember me. GUILTY AS CHARGED for not writing for the longest time being. Thus I am here today to share a little on what I have been bustling with…

Traveling was involved in the year 2017 and I could not be more thankful for such a chance to explore and discover. With everything that has been happening, I am very glad that I took time off to do a little traveling, a little soul searching and making new friends.


In the month of September, I went to Thailand for a short getaway. There were lots of sun, food and smiles involved. A trip that holds very dearly in my heart.

After my trip to Thailand, I headed to Vietnam. It was an incredible trip with new experiences and tummy so filled with all that Vietnam has to offer. It was my 2nd time in Vietnam and my love for the country grew much more. I was introduced to local delicacies like thin rice rolls with minced meat and mushroom filling and rice paper pizza. Everything we ate was delicious and I cannot wait to head back there.

Rice rolls filled with minced meat and mushrooms, with a dipping sauce made of fish sauce, vinegar and sesame oil.
A flavourful bowl of beef noodles with slices of beef brisket and fish cake. Served with a handful of herbs and onions.
IMG_9929 2
Vietnamese pizza (Rice paper). Cooked on a grill with dried shrimps and spring onion.

Another foodie adventure I went was in Penang. I was deeply touched with how hospitable the locals there were, they helped my partner and I to navigate within the island with a smile on their face and a caring heart, genuinely to help us get around. Aside from all the kind souls we met, we had some pretty amazing food. From eating a heavy plate of nasi kandar (malay mixed rice) at 12 AM to queuing up with the locals for crispy pork belly;  getting to try flaky roti canai drenched with curry and curry mee on the road side night market made the whole trip a very sinful yet satisfying journey to Malaysia.

Flaky Roti Canai for breakfast 
Curry Mee, so oily yet so good. At the back is a plate of fried oyster omelette

Before I went to these trips, I was very down and upset with most of the events that were happening. I never thought that the going would get so tough. It was a horrible period of the year, nothing much was going smoothly, be it in relationships, work or my well-being. Hence all these little trips made me stop and focus on the world around me and made me re-evaluate that there are so much the world could offer . The beauty of age old shop houses with beautiful architecture, people with heart of gold who were so willing to help and share and no matter how tough the situation is, there is always a way out.

I am utterly grateful with everyone that has stuck by me when the going gets tough. Words could not describe how much I appreciate with all the opportunities I received. And an opportunity I received a long time ago was to write for you. Therefore thank you very much for reading from the beginning or if you are a new reader. Thank you.


If you would like to get in touch with me… Visit me at …

Instagram @BigOnFood 

FaceBook at Big On Food page 

Or, Drop me an email at

Breakfast at the Golden hour

I am one who loves breakfast but am just a little lazy getting up early to make them. So once in a while, when I had enough beauty sleep and have the energy to get up and rule the day, breakfast would be certainly on the menu. Usually I would use the ingredients that I have on hand, but on certain days I would go grocery shopping for it.

My ideal breakfast would be toast (I love toast!) and coffee. At home, I love to make my toast a fancier. I would add avocado, bacon and cherry tomatoes and go along with a cuppa. Most of my breakfast are kept relatively simple as no one likes a mess or a dish that takes forever to prepare. Previously I made mashed avocado, season with salt, pepper and lemon, and toast with poached egg and it is still one of my favourite food to have as it is simple yet so delicious. Thus this time I decided to change things up a little and add more colours to the plate.

Hence today’s dish would be avocado on toast, served with cherry tomatoes and feta cheese, with balsamic vinegar. Everything could be eaten raw and each ingredient brings so much flavour to the dish, with nutrients and wholesome goodness. A toast would set you good till lunchtime.


The base for the dish would be toast. Any loaf bread of your choice, mine was wholemeal bread, toasted. Wholemeal gives you so much fiber which fills you up for a longer period of time. Next we have avocado. A disclaimer, I am awful at picking avocado thus my avocado for this dish was rather unripe, it was tough to mash but smooth to slice. Hence I sliced the avocado instead of mashing it. I laid the slices of avocado on the toast. On top of the bed of avocado would be the cherry tomatoes. I do not prefer eating raw tomatoes, therefore I dressed the tomatoes in olive oil, mint and seasoned with salt and pepper. Lastly I added feta cheese to give the dish a little savouriness and creaminess. I drizzled some balsamic vinegar and olive oil to bind them altogether.

It may seem like a very heavy breakfast, but you would be filled, at least till lunchtime. This dish gives so much flavour and bright colours, it would just instantly wake you up for the day. There are tomatoes to hydrate you, carbs to fill you up and cheese to give you a tad bit of calcium.


Avocado on Toast, with cherry tomatoes.


  • Half avocado (Ripe or slightly unripe)
  • A slice of toast (Bread of your choice)
  • 4-5 cherry tomatoes, washed and halved
  • Blocks of feta cheese
  • Mint leaves
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to season
  • Balsamic Vinegar


  1. Toss a drizzle of olive oil into a bowl of cherry tomatoes, add bruised mint leaves. Season with salt and pepper
  2. If you have ripe avocado, mash them and season it with salt and pepper. If they are slightly unripe, slice them thinly
  3. Spread avocado on toast. Sprinkle salt and pepper and drizzle a dash of olive oil.
  4. Add tomatoes on top of avocado
  5. Sprinkle crumbled feta cheese over toast. Lastly drizzle balsamic vinegar over toast, season with salt and pepper


That is it for today! Thank you for your patience as it has been a long while since I wrote. Therefore enjoy the new content and I hope you had fun reading! Till next time, See you!

Be Kind & Spread Love! Pei Gee

Come connect with me on…

Facebook @BigOnFood page 

Instagram @BigOnFood 

Or, drop me a mail at

Something New…

A big hello once again!! It has been a very long while since I last wrote but today I am here to share new content. It has got something to do food and a cuisine I have never shared before on this platform. So, without further ado, let’s begin.

What is travelling without tasting the authentic local cuisine of one’s country. Traveling is about exploring and getting to know one’s culture, therefore today I would love to share about my recent travel adventure. About couple weeks back, I went on a short getaway to Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar is a mystery to many. A lot of people I know do not have much knowledge about the beauty within this country, especially the food. Thus on my trip I got to unravel the delicious blend of Burmese food.

The flavours of Burmese cuisine are impressive. My expectations of Burmese food was filled with fish sauce and milky soup bases, however I was so wrong with the image I had of Burmese food. It is packed filled with strong flavours such as peanuts, tea and spices; a rather unusual taste but an interesting and yummy one. I had to help myself for seconds and thirds and every meal I had, I was stuffed with satisfaction. From my observations, they love using peanuts in most of their dishes. Dishes such as thick rice noodles are generously coated with a thick smooth peanut sauce which provided a nutty and creamy touch to the dish. Another dish was a tea fried rice which was accompanied with cashew nuts. Also, most of their dishes are heavily carbohydrate based, just like the other Asian countries. Thus with carbs, all their dishes have a flavoursome gravy to go with rice or noodles. With a tasty gravy meant tender and soft meat, and that was all I got from all dishes.

First up I would like to talk about the tea fried rice. When the dish was first served, I thought it was olive fried rice due to its appearance and content, but later I was corrected that it was tea fried rice. Never heard of it, have you? Neither did I. I was so excited to dig in and when I took my first bite, no disappointment at all. It resembles an olive fried rice, dark with specks of tea leaves, it’s flavour is less nutty and more fragrant than an olive fried rice. There are bits of peanuts in it and the nut gives a crunchy and oily feel to the rice, but in a good way. It goes well with all kinds of dishes, curry, stir-fry or even as it is. This was one of the dishes that left a deep impression as it was something unheard of in Singapore. img_8014.jpg

Next would be a salad. Now this salad is something different, it does not contain any leafy greens or even much of a protein in it. It seems like a small side dish to go with the rice, it blends so well with the tea fried rice and I could honestly have eaten both by itself. It is a lemon salad. It is not sour and it is not bitter. It is so tasty that with every bite you could taste the fragrant lemon rind. This little dish is mainly made out of lemon rind with a hint of lemongrass and ginger, tossed with lots of spices but at the same time, very simple and satisfying. FullSizeRender

Lastly were the meat!! Most of the meat dishes are cooked in a gravy like dish. For example stewed beef/pork, curry fish/chicken. Thus the appearance might be a little dull and dark but do not be deceived by the looks of the dish because the meat is so tender and savoury. We got a stewed pork and mutton meatball. They were all seasoned so well, especially the meatballs. Right amount of fat and meat ratio to give the meatball a lovely bite. And as for the pork, they used pork belly, of which the fat melted in your mouth. And that was the only time I disregarded any type of diet I had. I had to savour each inch of the meats. IMG_8015

Overall my lunch of Burmese would be rated 11 out of 10. It was incredible. Each dish could be paired with one another or eaten by itself. It is versatile and a great variety of them. I believe I only unravelled a pinch of Burmese cuisine, however it was a great insight of the food and I truly fell in love with it.

Well I hope you have enjoy this piece and I hope it gave you a little idea of what Burmese food is and if it did, it would make me absolutely happy. Thank you for reading and till next time, See you!

Come connect with me on…

Facebook page @Big On Food

Instagram @BigOnFood

My Trending Stories- Pei Gee Tan

or, email me at

Tasmania 2016: Touch.

Hi all! Today I present you with the final piece to my Tasmania adventures. It is a little bittersweet to write the final one, therefore the short break in writing. So without further ado, let’s begin.

Today I shall be sharing about the connection of what Tasmania have to offer. With that being said, the post is all about places I have been that made an impact during my trip. Thus the word ‘touch’ in my title refers to the effect the nature of Tassie has made on me.

Tasmania has touched me with it’s vast diversity of animals. I am a huge animal lover, thus looking out for animals in Tassie was a highlight. Be it a Tasmanian Devil in a wildlife park or a wild wallaby crossing the road, it is such a great souvenir for the eyes and mind. All my life, I have been living in an urban city, therefore being exposed to wildlife all around you was intriguing and exciting.

Therefore visiting a wildlife park has got to be my Number 1 to-do in Tasmania. Seeing all the animals would just make you go “Awwwwwww”

The Nature of Tasmania has left a huge impact on me. Hiking to be greeted with a gorgeous view, surrounded with luscious greens with birds chirping is the way to start everyday. And when in Tasmania, there were a few occasions my family and I went on a short hike to some lookouts. Moments like during the hike when you notice everything around you from the little pebbles on the side of the path to the clear blue sky with fluffy white clouds to moments like the feast your eyes just had when the view from above was breathtaking and your mind kept replaying the scene of serenity and calm during the walk back down. And I only have a word to describe it all, healthy. It is healthy to mind, eyes, soul and body. With this, I am envious of Tasmanians.

All in all, the nature in Tassie mesmerised me in all corners. From wildflowers on the roadside to majestic waterfalls in National Parks, it is all god’s great creation!

Lastly, I am touched by the life people have there! At times, visiting farmers markets or food festivals in the parks, Tasmanian celebrate life. They have a smile on their face, selling their produce proudly. I clearly remembered a night when I was having dinner at a food festival in Hobart. There were life music, smokey barbecue filled the air and people dancing happily. Good Food, Good Music and Good People; that is basically the scene there in Tasmania! No matter which market I visited, the energy and vibe there is so electrifying, you would be naturally perked up.


Hence, the energy in Tasmania is something one should explore and discover. It heals you, mentally, physically and emotionally. I had such a great time touring the state and I have not had enough of it yet. Tasmania truly is special in my heart and the memories made there are irreplaceable.

And this concludes my pieces on my trip to Tasmania. Thank you for reading and till next time, See you.

Be Kind & Spread Love. Pei Gee

Come connect with me on…

Instagram @BigOnFood

Facebook page @BigOnFood

Pinterest @PeiGeeTan

My Trending Stories -Pei Gee Tan

Or, drop me a mail at


Tasmania 2016: Sight.

Hi all! I am finally back with another Tasmania series. Today I shall be sharing the sights of Tassie. Just a disclaimer, I did not visit quite a bit of sight in Tassie, thus I would recommend those that I have seen and thoroughly enjoyed. Therefore without further ado, let’s begin!

Tasmania is naturally beautiful, thus the saying ‘the grass is greener on the other side’ is made literal there; as I have been living in a city, with skyscrapers everywhere, basically a concrete jungle. Therefore when there are wildflowers blooming on the side of the road that captivated my whole family. A little input from this was making my family and I appreciating the wildflowers and blue sky that was in Tassie, it made the trip so much more eyecatching.

One animal in particular is a must-see in Tasmania, and that is the Tasmanian Devil. It does not look like a devil, in fact, it looked like an absolute sweetheart; until it starts fighting for food or fighting in general. It squeaks sharply and loudly, thus rather unpleasant to the ear, however it is such a sight to see them running around in action. Hence visiting a wildlife park is highly recommended for families or travellers in Tassie. You get to be up close and personal to all kinds of wildlife in Australia. You get to feed kangaroos, pet wombats and many many other animals. The animals are well-behaved, kind and adorable, so please a wildlife park in Tasmania, you would have absolute fun!

A Mama Kangaroo with its joey in her pouch!

We visited the Trowunna Wildlife Park in Launceston, just a short 30 to 40 minutes drive from the city.

Next on list of things to see is the lavender field, though check the season that you are visiting as the flowers bloom mostly during summer and that is when you get the best view of the field. We visited Bridestowe Lavender Estate, with lavender blooming all around us which was a field of purple, extremely gorgeous. And after touring the field, you could relax by enjoying a creamy and rich lavender ice-cream. It was the best lavender ice-cream I eaten in all my life. Therefore visit a lavender field when it is in season, take all the pretty pictures you can and eat sweet flavourful ice-cream! img_4076


This lavender ice-cream is SOOO good! You have to try during the visit.

If you do not mind doing a hike to a good view, Wineglass Bay is a must. The hike up to the lookout was not too long, however you need good walking shoes and water. Therefore do visit well-prepared. But after a tiring hike, you would be greeted by a breathtaking view of the coast, with dark turquoise blue colour. Pose for some pictures up there and make memories. Oh! Also, you need to purchase a National park pass to park there, get the vehicle pass of up to 8 people and valid for 2 months.

Another cool place you should check out are vineyards and there is one in particular that my family and I love. It is Josef Chromy Wine. They serve a variety of wine and there is a chic restaurant to enjoy your meal and wine together. The food served was spectacular with an amazing view of the vineyard. All in all, we had a grand time there, sipping wine and devouring delicious food. You should check it out if you are into wine and food.

The following 2 places are not sites that are high on my list, however do check them out if you are passing by. Do not get me wrong, they are beautiful places with a lovely view, however it was out of the way of the journey for me. Nonetheless, it was still an adventure that you should check it out.

First place, Bays of Fire. It is quite magnificent to ponder how the red/orange colour was stained on the rocks and boulders. It is a natural beauty, great for sunset/sunrises postcard pictures. Climb on the rocks to get a calming view of the sea, I reckon it might be a good place for meditation or reading! img_4055d075fbd7-df6f-4276-9b66-e03bbd0a2ed9

Lastly, it is Cataract Gorge in Launceston. Do check the gorge out if you are in Launceston, take a walk around the area or do a hike. A brilliant place for a workout or a picnic. Take the chairlift uphill to get a panoramic view of Launceston City. Do bare in mind to wear comfortable walking shoes and water to hydrate yourself as well while hiking or taking a stroll in the park.

Instead of skyscrapers, I see luscious green with healthy growing trees. I very much wished Singapore have such a sight, however since it doesn’t I appreciated this view much more!
A cheeky photo on the chairlift…

Well that is it for today’s post. There are so much more to see and experience in Tassie, however time there was limited, thus I only shared my highlights of the trip with you. I cannot emphasize this enough, however I would strongly recommend you to visit Tasmania just once in your lifetime. It is utmost gorgeous and my photos do not do its beauty justice and you would have to check it out yourself.

I hope you have enjoyed today’s post as much as I had for writing and till the next time, See you!

Trowunna Wildlife Park– 1892 Mole Creek Road, Mole Creek Tasmania 7304, Open from 9am to 5pm daily.

Bridestowe Lavender Estate– 296 Gillespies Rd, Nabowla Tasmania Australia 7260

Josef Chromy Wines- 370 Relbia Rd, Relbia TAS 7258, Australia

Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay, Coles Bay 

Cataract Gorge, Launceston 

Spread Love & Be Kind! Pei Gee

Come connect with me on…

Facebook @Big On Food page 

Instagram @BigOnFood 

Pinterest @PeigeeTan 

My Trending Stories- Pei Gee Tan 

Or, drop me a mail at




Tasmania 2016: Taste.

Happy New Year!! I know I am a weekend late, but hey, better late than never right? Hope you have brought 2017 in with a bang, if not, here is something that would make you want to bang your bank account with savings to travel to Tasmania! Yes, today I shall be sharing about my trip to Tassie in December 2016.

In my previous post, I mentioned about posting 3 out of 4 of my travel adventures. Finally I am here to share my final travel adventures of 2016, and that happened in Tasmania Australia. There would be 3 parts to this series; Taste, Sight and Touch. I am beyond excited to share about my trip to Tassie as it has been on my bucket list for years and to be able to travel there was such a joy and truly an adventure! The first part to the series is Taste, showcasing Tassie’s fresh produce and delicious eats!

Tasmania has always been known for their fresh air and great produce. We experienced their crisp fresh air the moment we stepped out of the airport. It was such a relief to get to Australia safely and thus, the adventure begins! We moved along the North – East – South of Tasmania. It is such a beautiful place with so much to offer. The amount of food Tassie offered had a huge variety from meat to seafood to vegetables! I truthfully think I gained weight from this trip, but no regrets because it was devouring all of Tassie’s goodness!

The most memorable food that Tassie offered was oysters. Freshly shucked, taste of the sea, plump and crisp oysters! If you are not a fan of oysters or seafood, do trust me on Tasmania’s oysters as they were so so fresh and juicy. I usually eat my oysters with tabasco or any form of chili to mask the earthy flavour and sandy texture of it, however when I was in Tassie, all I needed was a squeeze of lemon and I slurped it in. It was so good. My parents and I had 3 dozens of oysters over the span of 7 days there, it was that delicious. I never had that many oysters in my 19 years of living. We got a dozen each at various places in Tassie, 1 from the North, East and South. They were all different in their own special way. The one we ate from the North was less plump yet crisp on the sides. It is more concentrated with the flavours of the sea. The one from the East was juicy and plump, creamier than those from the North. The dozen from the South was a mixture of both crunchier and creamy from both South and East!

We were at Devil’s Corner, on our drive down from Launceston. We decided to settle down for lunch there and got a plate of 6 oysters. It was juicy and crisp and we could not control ourselves and got another half a dozen of oysters!
We bought these bad boys off from a store off the coast. We saw a sign that says ‘Freshly Shucked Oysters’ and we were tempted. We saw boats coming in and out of the coast, as well as people with trays of oysters! We got a tray and savoured them over dinner and wine. It was creamy and you could taste the sea with everyone you devoured.


The last dozen of oysters we ate was at Hobart. Our apartment was very near the habour, thus my parents thought it be great for last meal in Hobart to have oysters! And no regrets, they were plump and creamy. Great last meal in Hobart!

Enough about the oysters, let’s talk about the meat! In Singapore is tough to get juicy and tender lamb as they are all imported. Due to importing such meats, they dry up over the period of transportation, thus they tend to be a little dry. However, the lamb in Australia are fresh, thus we experienced juicy and tender pieces of lamb cutlet every time we ate them. Yes, lamb is a just a piece of meat that could be gotten anywhere, I just want to showcase the beauty of the lamb in Australia that is so yummy and juicy and always leaving me for wanting more! Sear the lamb with butter, rosemary and thyme till medium or medium-rare ; Season with salt and pepper and you are good to go! We got all our meat off the meat section from the supermarket, thus I could not really give you an address as they are available at all supermarket!

And not forgetting their seafood! Ate fish and chips a couple of time, was truly glad that there were more fish than batter. Crispy batter with fresh succulent fish, something I would greatly miss here in Singapore. The mussels they served were incredible! Cooked in a simple smoked bell pepper tomato sauce and freshly chopped parsley sprinkled over the decadent seafood, tasty and fresh.

The meal was at Devil’s Corner. I would link the site and address at the end of my post. And their fish and chips were like golden crispy long pillows with freshness!
These mussels are to die for!!! The flesh were plump and juicy and pack filled with flavours! It was cooked just right, filled with happiness with every bite.
We got this pack of fish and chips off a shop in Swansea, thus I do not have the specific address. However Swansea is a small and cozy town with a handful of fish and chips store thus it would easy to locate it when you are there. And we got clam chowder and it was unbelievable, piping hot generously filled with seafood. Oh! So! Good!!!

The vegetables sold were like veggie heaven to me as well. As the vegetables in Singapore are rarely locally grown and the variety we have are limited, thus we tend to see more green leafy vegetables that are grown in the South East Asia. While in Australia, vegetables are locally grown and the soil are fertile for a wide range of veggies thus I love taking a stroll down the vegetable aisle in the supermarket and the farmer’s market as I would chance upon a type of veggie not often seen in Singapore. It was a colourful and mesmerizing walk every time I walk down the aisle, a pity I could not take them home…

We got a medley of fresh cherry tomatoes, something you get so rarely from Singapore.


The street food scene in Tasmania is wonderful. Great eats at an amazing prize. I was very well fed with the street food in Tasmania. Though it is a little unhealthy, but it is fine to indulge every once in a while.

We got all these goodness from Hobart, at Franklin Square. It is a Friday evening activity, with street stalls and booths selling fresh produce. It is called Street Eats Franko! They serve amazing food with live music and a crowd of happy people!

I hope I have left you salivating from the food of Tasmania as I am done for the post today. It is one lengthy post but I certainly have not done Tassie’s food justice as there are so much more to be discovered and eaten. All that I have written were from my point of view, thus it might differ from your perspective as taste is subjective, though I do hope that you agree that food in Tasmania is amazing. As much as I wish to provide some tasters for you, pictures are all I’ve got.

Thank you so much for reading today and I hope you have enjoyed this piece. Do lookout for the other 2 series from my Tasmania’s travel and till next time, See you!

 Devil’s Corner Cellar Door-Sherbourne Road
Apslawn, Tasmania (10 Mins South of Bicheno, Opens 7 days a week, from 10am to 5pm!

Street Eats Franko Facebook Page– Franklin Square, 70 Macquarie Street, Hobart, Friday evenings till 9pm.

Spread Love & Be Kind! Pei Gee!

Come connect with me on…

Instagram @BigOnFood 

Facebook page @BigOnFood 

Pinterest @PeiGeeTan 

My Trending Stories- Pei Gee Tan 

Or, drop me a mail at