Noob Cook Recipes

About

Hi, I’m wiffy the Noob Cook. I’m from the sunny city of Singapore.

Welcome to my recipes blog! I enjoy cooking even though I don’t think I’m very good at it. Being a noob* at cooking doesn’t, however, deter me from entering the kitchen and trying to whip up a storm. In this blog, I feature recipes of the successful dishes I’ve made. Hopefully, my bravery in entering the kitchen and showcasing the recipes will be an inspiration to other noobs out there.

* In case you are wondering what noob means, here are some of the applicable definitions at urban dictionary:

Being a Noob Cook doesn’t mean we eat in all the time! Noob Cook Reviews (sister site) is a personal blog of our eat-out and travel escapades, where we share our foodie and travel finds with our readers. All featured reviews and content on Noob Cook Reviews site are explored at our own expense and recreation (non sponsored).

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171 Responses to “About”

  1. 2limlets — September 25, 2012 @ 2:50 pm

    Glad to find your website. I’m new to cooking and the recipes here are simple enough for me to understand and try it out on my own. Thanks!

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  2. Jessica Lim — November 29, 2012 @ 9:01 am

    Cool stuff you have and also felt the joy you have in cooking. Your are an inspiration to me as you feature local chinese dishes which are very useful to me. Many dishes which I wish I can recreate for my loved ones to enjoy them – just like I have enjoyed them when I was young. You make them look so easy. :):):). I dread slaving over the stove – hot, flustered and having to wash up at the end of it.

    I tried the porridge and roasted pork belly. The latter turned out good but former still needs practice. Will continue to try others.

    Thanks very much for having this blog.

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  3. Jean — December 23, 2012 @ 10:03 pm

    Your food blog rocks!

    I am vvv new to cooking since I just got married and cooking has always been a great chore for me not forgetting all the washing thereafter! But well… Being someone who enjoy having family n friends over at our plc, I can’t help but force myself to learn. Chanced upon your site when looking for roast chicken recipe and tadah, found yours!

    I must say your blog has helped me a lot! Simply bcos your instructions are simple and clear, u add photos and side notes on how to get to that stage or even to melting the butter. The ingredients u use are not too fancy that it’s difficult to find and most imptly u r from Singapore!

    Amazing website and keep it up w new recipe possible! I would love to try ur baking recipe as it dint look that hard but I will have to wait till I get some baking utensils. Thanks loads once again!

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    • wiffy replied: — December 26th, 2012 @ 3:26 pm

      Hi Jean, thanks for your kind words, made me happy to read that my recipes have come in handy :) Happy Holidays!

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  4. Lisa — January 13, 2013 @ 9:32 pm

    Hi….I am so glad when found ur blog in the google…now I can try to prepare the Chinese New Year foods…be frankly ,I am not good in kitchen…but at least I try to learn. Excited….wish u have the Hakka braised pork aka kao Yok…

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  5. Willy Oei — January 14, 2013 @ 5:52 pm

    Hi.. I happened to visit your website by google, thanks for sharing all the recipees and I really enjoying to see the food-photos too :) keep it up!

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  6. Cathy — January 15, 2013 @ 12:43 pm

    Thanks for sharing ur recipes
    Am not good at cooking too
    But I have tried some of urs and they are yummy!

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  7. Howdy — January 24, 2013 @ 2:36 am

    Found your blog while searching for CNY food. Very impressive blog indeed! Like the way you organize your recipes and pictures are beautifully taken. What I like most is you’re very humble. Will be trying your Fried Nian Gao recipe, maybe the Yu Sheng & maybe the Roast Pork Belly. Thanks for sharing your recipes.

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  8. Sally — February 26, 2013 @ 12:16 am

    Dear Nook Cook,
    I am so glad I found your site when I was looking for a recipe to make my favorite nian guo. As I have recently moved to the UK, needless to say your recipes are a God-send as we miss the Singapore goodies. Your recipes are simple and easy to follow. Thank you!

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  9. Elise NAF — March 8, 2013 @ 3:12 pm

    You have done wonderful and great job on this blog. I think it is the best food blog i ever see!!! Great pictures with clear details and you make me drooling ~~ haha..

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  10. blueroselady.wordpress — March 21, 2013 @ 5:28 pm

    Dear Wiffy
    Thank you for sharing your recipe :)

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