WELCOME TO Kitchen Capers

Whether you’re interested in lunch or dinner, we have great appetizers, entrees, and desserts you can enjoy with family, no matter what the occasion.


The Kitchen Capers online forum was initially created in July 2004 and dedicated to the late Tan Boon Teik, a young gentleman I never knew or loved. He was Kim and Sean Buay’s only child. He passed away suddenly Kim San and Seok Buay are friends I knew from the church I was attending here in Singapore. As it is with all good friends we should help each other when we can. 

The dream of writing and publishing a cookbook was Boon’s idea which he shared with his mom. ABoon Teik and Seok Buayfter his death, Seok Buy could never find the strength nor the courage to carry out his dream. Thus, this website was created. And Buay’s vision for the future was to teach cooking and Basic English to poor women around the world. So that they do not have to live a life of poverty and living out their days begging in the streets.


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Adam Barnes

“Baking is both attractive and highly adaptable. I would be lost without baking. Your company is truly upstanding and is behind its product 100%. Baking did exactly what you said it does.”


Jennifer Cook

“Thank you so much for your help. Wow-what great service, I love it! I like cooking more and more each day because it makes my life a lot easier.”


Christina Ward

CheF’S Corner


Let us know what we can do to accommodate your needs. We’re happy to help in any way we can, to make sure you have a great experience here with us.




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Executive Chef

Cooking becomes a passion shortly after my marriage. Before that, I used to hate to go into the kitchen except to get a drink.

In the early years as a wife and a mother, I wanted to prepare meals in a quick and easy way, no fuss and fumble over which ingredient is more or less, or the fire is too hot or just right. I started reading up a lot and asking many relatives and friends for help. And it doesn’t help that my hubby, Benny grew up on home-cooked meals all the time. He hates eating out unless I’m sick in bed or going to the hospital to deliver our baby!

Over the years, I improvised many recipes I got from friends, relatives, and also from cookbooks to suit my quick and easy way of cooking. In the process, I found these recipes useful too for other women who are just like me when I first started out.