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About the Devil: Missy ZEE
- A super blur gal on the wrong side of twenties who eats too much but exercises too little, spends too much but earns too little, and acts too fast but thinks too slow.

Current Location: Samba Land, SA.

Current Deed: Job Assignment in Brasil.

Devilish Indulgence: sleeping / travelling ard the world / good movies / good books / playing wif cammie / ice-cream n chocolate / retail therapy / exploring & experiencing new things / falling in love / rolling with zico / singing in the shower

Expertise: sleeping / eating / self-encouraging / forgetting names / losing things / procrastinating / lending a listening ears / bullying zico / shopping

Current Favs : Singer-Corrine Bailey Rae.Jack Johnson.Ben Harper.Damien Rice. Eason Chan / Book-Marley and Me.Angels and Demons / Actor-Eric Bana.Jude Law / Accessory-Sun Glasses.Watch

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Date : Saturday, March 31, 2007
Time : 5:45 PM

... is a warm waffle delivered juz in time when u r in desperate hunger.

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posted by the little red devil at 5:45 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 4 Witnesses

Green Apple Day!

Date : Thursday, March 29, 2007
Time : 11:12 PM

Did i mention that: every now and then, we have this fruity day when all staff will be given a selected fruit of the month.
Today I got this beautiful, big, green apple on my desk, which is greatly to my favour! =) I seriously think i m a freak, i hate red apple but i just cant have enuff of green apple.

According to research: Green Apple is a good source of potassiumm , folic acid and Vitamin C. It is fat, sodium and cholestrol free. Green Apple is easy to digest and it contains malic and tartaric acids that inhibit fermentation in the intestines. It also contains pectin, a soluble fibre that encourages the growth of beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract. Green apple also acts as a liver and gall bladder cleanser and may aid in softening gallstones. Unpeeled green apple provides its most plentiful nutrients just under the skin. To prevent browning, rub the cut surfaces with a mixture of lemon juice and water.

Benefits of Green Apple:

  • Cleans teeth and strengthens gum
  • Eating 2 apples a day will reduce cholesterol level up to 10%
  • Has an antiviral property and detoxifies the body
  • Prevents constipation because it helps digestion
  • Improves immune function and prevents heart disease and some cancers
  • Due to its high level content, apple is cooling and moistening and aids in reducing fever
  • Grated apple when mixed with live yogurt may be helpful in cases of diarrhoea
  • Steamed apple sweetened with honey is beneficial for a dry cough and may help to remove mucous from the lungs

For dinner, went down to Selegie for Soya Beancurd aka Tau Huey.

'Rochor Original Beancurd' operates everyday and claims to have the best Tau Huey in Singapore. Located at short street, a small lane diagonally opposite teh Cold Storage @ Peace Centre.

During its peak, the crowd was so full and teh people dun evn mind to take the seat beside the drain.

Its specialty is Tau Huey(soya beancurd) and Tau Zhui(soya milk) but they also sells other items such as: egg tart, curry puff, fritter dough aka you tiao, butterfly and so on.. which go well with the beancurd and soya milk. Smooth, white curds made from soya beans are served in a bowl with syrup. It's a popular dish for breakfast and as a dessert in Singapore and Malaysia. You can eat it cold or hot with other ingredients like peanuts and jelly. For me, I love to mix my Tau Huey(soya beancurd) and Tau Zhui(soya milk) in a bowl and eat it together with You Tiao(fritter dough) - deep-fried dough which is totally unhealthy but absolutely tasty!

Address [Map]: 2 Short Street S 188212

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posted by the little red devil at 11:12 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 3 Witnesses

Graze-ing thru the nite

Time : 6:57 AM

Set against rustic backdrop of undulating grounds and tree-lined paths and green canopies, Rochester Park is definitely one of the hottest dining and lifestyle spot lately. Been clamouring to explore this place and finally here came an excuse to check out this mysterious wining-and-dining hub.

Its D2's bday and we decided to pay a visit to this park, situated near Holland V, just beside Buono Vista MRT Station, an area which exudes the aura of an unhurried world. There aint many restaurants in Rochester Park and I quickly set my mind on the most-spoken Fusion restaurant- ‘Graze’, an offspring of the award-winning OPIA (the famous restaurant in the 1st in Asia boutique hotel designed by Phillippe Starck - ‘JIA’ @ Hongkong), brot to us by young enterprising Singaporean - Ms Yenn Wong who made her name by making success in both establishment in HongKong.

Housed within a classic pre-war B&W colonial style bungalow, credit has to be given to the Aussie designers who made good use of the garden pavilion. With the romantic candlelit pathways and the water features all around the compound, the whole settings humbly created a attractive and inviting air to the guest. Its contemporary style reminds me so much of PS Café, another well-known Aussie-Meet-Tropical Restaurant @ Harding Rd. (Well… I shall talked more abt PS café next time, I promise!) One can either choose the small, casual indoor dining or set ur foot to the well designed garden pavilion for a captivating alfresco dinning experience. Those who came for drinks and snacks will definitely like the idea of its outdoor lounge featuring a large screen with 70s & 80s B&W classic movie playing mutely. It caught my eyes immediately and I m darn sure I shall be back juz for this.
While the place itself is aesthetically gaze-worthy, the menu is also equally graze-worthy. The menu created by Aussie Chef Matthew Lawdorn-who is also the mastermind behind Opia featuring not only an extensive list of appealing simple, home-made fare but also a bbq menu of choice cuts and seafood. For small eater who enjoys a wide variety of choices, one should try their ‘Grazing menu’. Oh my. Did I mentioned already their newly-designed weekend healthy and hearty breakfast/brunch menu?? I gotta jot it down in my weekend to-do-list.
Not wasting any seconds, lets start dishing the sleek nite out!

For entrée, King Prawns 3 ways (@ SGD18) is a must try for Prawn lover!! Tiger Prawns prepared in 3 different ways (chilled, pan-tossed and tempura-fried), served with coconut coriander sorbet. Suggest you eat according to the sequence mentioned above, I personally find that’s the best way to savor the best of 3 completely different style of cooking.

Being a seafood lover, and the outdoor ambience is so conducive to bbq food, we chose the Asian Seafood House Platter(@ SGD90) from the BBQ menu. Comes with the freshest selection of crab, prawns, oyster, scallop and sea-bass with special prepared chilli-paste by the side, served with green salad, fries and corn on the cob. All tasted heavenly and special note has to be given to the oyster. I am soo totally in love with the oyster! It is so fresh that just a few drops of lemon squeeze is good enuff to bring out the flavor from the sea! Oh my~~~ Its so worth-dying for!!!

No dinner is complete without a good bottle of wine! Our server suggested Aussie white wine - 2003 Brokenwood from Cricket Pitch (@ SGD 86 per bottle). A perfectly smooth and light wine to celebrate the evening of joy!

The waiters served dessert soon after we finish the main course. They fetched out a nicely set Lava pudding Plate with a twinkling candle while humming the bday at the same time. It was a surprise as none of us ordered anything yet, the thoughts was kind however the pudding aint a complimentary gift on the house, we found out that its included in the bill later =P. The warm Graze B&W chocolate lava pudding (@ SGD18) are oozing full of warm bittersweet from within, served together with B&W chocolate by the side. It melts in ur mouth and melted away ur hearts at the same time. It could be the million-dollar-worth dessert for those with sweet tooth but to me, it’s a tad too sweet. Generally it’s still worth trying.

As the name suggest, ‘Graze’ it’s a place for a cozy and sleek dining experience, encouraging its customers to take their time and enjoy the glassy lawn in the airy ambience. We decided to check out the whole place after the nosh. Besides serving delectable dishes, Graze also hosts a gourmet store selling home-made conserves, imported cheese, chocolates and boutiques wines and beers.

Upstair of the indoor dining area house an indoor lounge bar – Mint. Fitted with a DJ booth playing cool music, adjourned with comfy sofas, flo stools and otto mans, and a unique bisazza mosaic bar with floral motif, offering a list of unique blends and cocktails.
I have this special likings of their adjoining terrace, where there is a large sofa bed and banquette seating overlooking the garden from the top. Perfect for a relax lounging! According to the bartender, they also offers a wide range of cigars for those who enjoy piping a smoke or two.

I requested Apple Martini (@ SGD 18), which is not in the cocktail list, Soro - the bartender kindly prepared it for me. It smells great and tasted heavenly, perfectly added a pitch to the joyous evening tune. Then Soro suggested us to try out his newly invented – Peach Cosmo (@ SGD 20). It is nice but not really my glass of choice.

To sum it all.. this is definitely a memorable evening with commendable food, wine & drinks. Ambience and service wise, Graze is definitely top of the list-of-choice. However, its not a every-day dining type of place as the bill could be rather intimidating. Average expenses with wine is SGD 120 per person. No harm indulge once in a while for some special occasion though. Remember to call up for reservation as it could be rather packed during weekend and certain days during the week. Best to take a cab down as teh parking space is kinda limited.

4 Rochester Park S139215

Tel for reservation:

Opening Hr:
Breakfast - Sun: 9am to 3pm
Lunch - Sat: 12pm to 2pm
Dinner - Tue-Sun: 6:30pm to Midnite
Bar - Tue-Sun: 6:30pm to 1am,
extended to 2am on Sunday and Public holidays eve.

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posted by the little red devil at 6:57 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

Fiesta Latino - Sway by the beach

Date : Sunday, March 25, 2007
Time : 11:58 PM

Viva Viva.. Theme of the day - Fiesta Latino!!

All the GOs are in bright tops and white bottoms, its gonna be the ever first beach performance in Bintan Clubmed. I m fortunate to witness and participate in their virgin beach show!

An extravanganza with vibrant clothings and flirtious dancing, With all the drinking, dancing, swaying and limbo-rocking, its definitely one of the best party i ever attended.
This is my 1st ClubMed experiences, and i assure u, its not gonna be the last! I think i had fallen in love with this ClubMed concept, aha.. dun be surprised if i were to quit my 9-5 job, joining this fun-loving big family one day. Not a bad thing to be a beach bum while getting paid ha! One thing I like is the interaction between the GOs and GMs. It really makes the guests feel at home, tats for me, at least. Gonna be back back for more soonest =)

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posted by the little red devil at 11:58 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

I m in ClubMed!!

Date : Saturday, March 24, 2007
Time : 11:58 PM

Hihi.. Guess where m I now??
HOT HOT HOT! I m in sizzling hot Ria Bintan ClubMed =) Muahaha...

For the uninitiated, let me give you a bit of background on this concept village resort. Clubmed actually started off as a French corporation, which is seen by many as the pioneer of the all-inclusive-resort. Each resort provides an extensive list of services and activities in one single package. This includes lodging, food & beverages, use of facilities, sports activities, games, and shows.
ClubMed staff are called "GOs," or gentils organisateurs (gentle organisers). Clients are "GMs," or gentils membres (gentle members). The resort is known as a village. The resort manager is called the chef de village (village chief).
The unique feature of Club Med is that the GOs and GMs play, dine, drink, and dance together every day and night. Grand spread of Buffet dining (usually on tables of eight, mixing GMs and GOs), daytime sport tuition and evening show with extensive audience participation are part of the holiday experience.
Ria Bintan which is 55 mins away from SG, has now become a popular vacationing style and a conveninet getaway for S'porean or tourist from all over the world.

This is my first visit to Bintan and also my first visit to a Club Med property. The experience is definitely enjoyable and memorable. Upon arriving at the village, you will first greeted with a warm welcome by the staff and given a bracelet which is good for free drinks and bar food throughout your stay. At Club Med, guests choose how they spend their day. You can fill up your schedule with action packed sports and adventure, or you can simply lie on the beach staring out onto the breath taking turquoise surf. I, myself, opted for some adventure. After grabbing some snacks, i headed straight to a good squash game. Then came lunch with a wide variety of food to choose from. After a short rest, did some Pilates in the fitness centre before lounging on the beach. Bintan Beach, which fronts Club Med, is almost heaven-like. The waves are nothing like I've seen and the color of the sea is in mesmerising turquoise color.

When lounging got a bit too dull soon, and I bravely took up trapeze. This is one my most memorable experiences. I was so nervous as I waited in line for my turn to attempt my first try hanging in the air! The tension was greater when i was told to climb up to a vertical stair of approx. 2 floor high. When came my turn, I reached out and grabbed hold of the bar, almost hanging off the edge of the platform. I was a bit shocked at the speed in which I glided toward the other end of the trapeze. I did my flip (fail =P) and landed comfortably on the net. It was truly a once in a lifetime experience that everyone should enjoy while at Club Med. I felt like a kid again. Watmost, the quantity of exercising was almost equal to all the activities i did for the past year, haha.. another step towards my slimming goal! Then.. its time for some swimming b4 dinner.

The performance put up by the GOs after dinner was awesome!! The Circus theme really live up to its name.

I esp love the part put up by the kids from mini club. It must be a fun experience for them kids! For couples with kids, Clubmed provided both activities for the adults and the kids. One can hv some hanky panky rolling good time, rekindle the passion of love while leaving the kids in the good hands of them GOs. At the end of the day, you will be surprised at the excellent performance the young kids put up. How the hell they managed to learn all the tricks within a day! The nite was still young! A Surprise pool party was held outdoor.
Unveiled by a fireworks show followed by free-flow of champagne and desserts, tete a tete among the couples and mingling ard with the GOs and other GMs. Then we were ushered to 'Bagus Bar' for lucky draw, magic show AND there you shaky bum - welcome to the dancefloor!
Whew!! Best if you can come down to experience it, Shall tell u more abt my adventures tmr. Nite, cheers!

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posted by the little red devil at 11:58 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

New Toy!

Date : Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Time : 12:12 PM

Check out my new toy!! Nokia E65. =)


posted by the little red devil at 12:12 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 3 Witnesses

Just another Sunday

Date : Sunday, March 18, 2007
Time : 11:16 PM

Supposed to go Bintan this Sunday, however the trip was cancelled last min.
=( would have gone to EastCoastLife 1st blogger's Popiah Party.

Brought Zico to WestCoast DogRun. I noticed he was kinda scared while other doggies approach him. My bad my bad... should hv bring him down to socialize and networking wif his fellow doggies frens more often.

Caught 'Music & Lyrics' @ Vivo. GV Vivo is definitely one the better cinema these days. Esp heart the spacious leg room. The movie is juz a so-so, can skip it if u hv betta choice.

Signed up M1 broadband package @ SGD38. Comes with a rather handy plug and play modem. With a download limit of 5GB per month(pretty good for moderate user like me), one can basically enjoy 3.8Mbps broadband services island wide. The good thing is now you can surf anywhere even without wireless network.
Trying it out now.. so far so good. =)

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posted by the little red devil at 11:16 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 4 Witnesses

Indian Karma

Date : Saturday, March 17, 2007
Time : 9:09 PM

My department have this monthly bday celebration thingy, organised by Steven who was inspired by Brazilian culture after his business trip last year.

We have nasi lemak and chicken wings for breakfast. =) Haha.. my first packet of nasi lemak (Coconut Milk Rice with Anchovies Sambal) since my return! Then came the bday song and blowing the candle session for the March baby. Em.. the chocolate mousse cake with crunchy hazelnuts flakes from Four Leaves was sinfully tantalizing! Oh my.. i noe i m going to put on weight for sure. =P

After work, joined my colleagues for lunch at a indian vegetarian restaurant at Little India, Serangoon. See, we need to work half day on Sat, dats y we hv to pamper ourselves for the hard work. =P
If you have a yen for the exotic Indian food, you probably would love the heady Indian experience immersed in the bustling streets and wafting smells of Little India. Almost every street here has a restaurant or 'eatery house'. We went to Ananda Bhavan, recommended by Steven, our very own food connoisseur. This is my 2nd visit to this small restaurant. The shop is small but tiny, you can smell Indian spices the moment you step into the resaturant.


Appam - round cake of rice flour and sugar fried in ghee, with perfectly tissue-thin crisp edges and soft, fluffy centres. Taken with orange sugars and coconut milk.
2 pcs @ SGD2.60
Masala Salmosa - Triangular pocket pastries filled with cleverly spiced masala.
3pcs @ SGD2

Main Dishes:
Maharaja Masala Thosai - crepes filled with a mixture of potatoes, capsicums, green peas, coriander leaves and beetroot, served with five types of condiments such as onion and tomato chutney, coconut chutney, mint chutney, vegetable kurma and sambar.
1 pcs @ SGD2.30

Paper Thosai - A large, thin crispy thosai(spongy rice flour cake) which you get the mouth-melting benefit of pastry; while actually filling up your tummy with some good protein. A mother’s perfect food!!!
1pc @ SGD2.40

Paper Masala(no picture) - Paper thosai with masala filling.
1 pcs @ SGD3.00

Ananda Bhavan has been serving a mix of North and South Indian vegetarian cuisine for over seven decades. There are currently four outlets, all located along the Little India belt. Popular with locals and tourists alike, the Ananda Bhavan restaurant chain prides itself with serving wholesome food without the use of monosodium glutamate (MSG) and preservatives. There is no reuse of cooking oil either.

Address: Blk 663, #01-10 Buffalo Road

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