Denise Chua

“Planning is important. So, plan for lunch during breakfast and dinner during lunch!”


Denise Chua - Food Writer at myfoodstory.sg

Denise is an engineer by training, foodie at heart. She has left the corporate world to pursue what she loves, which is to eat and write. She is the co-founder, illustrator and food writer for myfoodstory.sg.
In June 2018, she welcomed Baby Eachern (aka Little Bum Bum) into her life. Embracing motherhood, she also writes about mummy and baby stuff on myfoodstory.sg now.

Writer’s Thoughts

You are probably familiar with this song- “When I was a little girl, I asked my mother what will I be? Will I be pretty? Will I be rich? Here’s what she said to me. Que Sera, Sera. Whatever will be, will be. The future’s not ours to see. Que Sera, Sera.” My own mother said something along the same line, minus Que Sera, Sera. But in my case, I should have just asked my dad.

When I was in Primary School, I will openly comment about the food served at home whenever they do not taste the same as usual. The rest of my family could not tell the difference but each time, my father claimed that he had indeed switched some ingredient or the method of cooking. Then, he proudly declared that I could become a professional food taster because my sense of taste was so sensitive (in other words, picky).

When I was in Secondary 2, my poem won a Commendation Prize in an United Nations writing competition. Then, my father mused that I could become a writer.

When I grew up, I became neither. I studied Electrical Engineering and worked as an Engineer for a Japanese Lift Company.

7 years later, I had a mid career change. So here I am, a food blogger; both a food taster and a writer.

My father knew best, after all.

Cheers, Denise


Food Stories by Writer

My Food Stories: Let’s Dine Inn!!
Recently, Mr. Good and Ms. Teatime have discovered an awesome dining concept called Dine Inn. Read more about it here!
My Food Stories: Hotel Dining At Unbelievable Prices
Is Hotel Dining necessarily expensive? Find out from Mr. Bargain Hunter, our resident Lobang King, where you can have S$9.90++ lunch sets in a hotel!
My Food Stories: Mr. Bargain Hunter And His Favourite Referral Programs
Turning his bargain antenna to maximum power, Mr. Bargain Hunter has discovered many lobangs! Come use his invite codes/links to try new F&B merchants. Once you accept his invite, both you and him will get discounts and/or freebies! Are you ready to bargain hunt with our Bargain King?
My Food Stories: The Difference Between High Tea and Afternoon Tea
Do you know that Afternoon Tea is not High Tea? Find out the difference from Ms. Teatime here!
My Food Stories: Mr. Good and His Car-less Friends
A short introduction to the foodie friends of Mr. Good - Mr. Bargain Hunter and Mr. MRT!
My Food Stories: The Fairy Tale of Mr. Good & Ms. Teatime
A love story about My Food Story's foodie couple, Mr. Good and Ms. Teatime!


Non Food Posts by Writer

Review: Soul™ AnoonA Baby Carrier from India
A soft structured adjustable buckle baby carrier that is suitable for newborns (min. 3.2kg) without requiring an insert.
Review: Scalp Treatment at Bee Choo Origin Ladies
Best time-saving hair service! This is a scalp treatment that can treat female hair loss/ dandruff/ oily scalp, repair damaged hair and cover white hairs all at once!
Review (with Promo Code): Green Olive at Red Hill Olive Balm from Australia
An all natural multi-purpose skin balm made from Australian extra virgin olive oil. Can be used as a natural lip balm, treat sunburns, soothe eczema and moisturize dry skin. Personally, I use it for my dry scaly heels.
Review: Rascal + Friends Diapers from New Zealand
Super soft, super absorbent & super cute diapers. Keeps the pee and poo in for your active baby! Both Tape and Pants type are available.
Review: My Super Glam Maternity Shoot at Fab Studio!
Read about my Maternity Shoot at Fab Studio Photography!
Hotel: Opening Special at Aqueen Hotel Little India!
Opening Special at Aqueen Heritage Hotel Little India - Book direct to get 34% off plus a chance to win a free stay! Only until June 2018!


Contact Information

Facebook Page   @myfoodstorysg

Instagram   @miss_teatime_sg

Burpple   @MissTeatimeSG

Email   myfoodstory@yahoo.com.sg


Denise Chua

“Planning is important. So, plan for lunch during breakfast and dinner during lunch!”


Denise Chua - Food Writer at myfoodstory.sg

Denise is an engineer by training, foodie at heart.
She has left the corporate world to pursue what she loves, which is to eat and write. She is the co-founder, illustrator and food writer for myfoodstory.sg.
In June 2018, she welcomed Baby Eachern (aka Little Bum Bum) into her life. Embracing motherhood, she also writes about mummy and baby stuff on myfoodstory.sg now.

You are probably familiar with this song- “When I was a little girl, I asked my mother what will I be? Will I be pretty? Will I be rich? Here’s what she said to me. Que Sera, Sera. Whatever will be, will be. The future’s not ours to see. Que Sera, Sera.” My own mother said something along the same line, minus Que Sera, Sera. But in my case, I should have just asked my dad.

When I was in Primary School, I will openly comment about the food served at home whenever they do not taste the same as usual. The rest of my family could not tell the difference but each time, my father claimed that he had indeed switched some ingredient or the method of cooking. Then, he proudly declared that I could become a professional food taster because my sense of taste was so sensitive (in other words, picky).

When I was in Secondary 2, my poem won a Commendation Prize in an United Nations writing competition. Then, my father mused that I could become a writer.

When I grew up, I became neither. I studied Electrical Engineering and worked as an Engineer for a Japanese Lift Company.

7 years later, I had a mid career change. So here I am, a food blogger; both a food taster and a writer.

My father knew best, after all.

Cheers, Denise


Food Stories by Writer

My Food Stories: Let’s Dine Inn!!
Recently, Mr. Good and Ms. Teatime have discovered an awesome dining concept called Dine Inn. Read more about it here!
My Food Stories: Hotel Dining At Unbelievable Prices
Is Hotel Dining necessarily expensive? Find out from Mr. Bargain Hunter, our resident Lobang King, where you can have S$9.90++ lunch sets in a hotel!
My Food Stories: Mr. Bargain Hunter And His Favourite Referral Programs
Turning his bargain antenna to maximum power, Mr. Bargain Hunter has discovered many lobangs! Come use his invite codes/links to try new F&B merchants. Once you accept his invite, both you and him will get discounts and/or freebies! Are you ready to bargain hunt with our Bargain King?


Non Food Posts by Writer

Review: Soul™ AnoonA Baby Carrier from India
A soft structured adjustable buckle baby carrier that is suitable for newborns (min. 3.2kg) without requiring an insert.
Review: Scalp Treatment at Bee Choo Origin Ladies
Best time-saving hair service! This is a scalp treatment that can treat female hair loss/ dandruff/ oily scalp, repair damaged hair and cover white hairs all at once!
Review (with Promo Code): Green Olive at Red Hill Olive Balm from Australia
An all natural multi-purpose skin balm made from Australian extra virgin olive oil. Can be used as a natural lip balm, treat sunburns, soothe eczema and moisturize dry skin. Personally, I use it for my dry scaly heels.


Contact Information

Facebook Page
@myfoodstorysg

Instagram
@miss_teatime_sg

Burpple
@MissTeatimeSG

Email
myfoodstory@yahoo.com.sg


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