A story about bakery

We take the time to sprout the grains in most all of products to release nutrients to remain dormant.

For my Brother’s birthday he just requested a simple Victoria Sponge with the usual softly-whipped sweet cream and strawberry jam. I made him a three-layered cake and exploded berries on top – this is my berry [very] berry cake – apologises for my bad pun there, I tried.

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‘Mah Lai Goh’ 馬拉糕 literally translates to Malay Sponge/Cake. It is classically served amongst other dim sum treats and gives a contrast in flavours and textures – light and fluffy with a gentle touch of sweetness. It is steamed rather than baked, allowing the cake to retain moisture and cook evenly, therefore creating an extremely bounce-y and...