About me

Hello, welcome to my humble Singapore food & cooking blog. I’m Sharon Lam (Sharon Kay), a mummy of 2 beautiful and cheeky daughters, wife of a wonderful husband, and a counsellor by trade. My family and I live in Yummy Sunny Singapore, also known as a foodie’s paradise. 

Cooking is an avenue for me to be creative, be adventurous, and at the same time practise mindfulness. It is Creativity that Nourishes the body, mind, and soul. My passion for food developed in my secondary school years. Home Econs was the only lesson I look forward to as cooking brought me so much joy.

I learned that food was the catalyst for bringing people together, it helps create opportunities to forge relationships, and sometimes mend one. I truly believe that a family that dines together stays together, researchers have backed up that claim in a few published pieces of research.

The benefit of a recipe blogger is that I’m constantly looking for or enjoying newly created recipes that are simple and quick to prepare. It comes with a price as well, because I’m constantly hungry when I work on my blog.

Due to the fact that I have a day job, and have 2 young children, I understand how tough it can be (especially in time-starved Singapore) to find pockets of time to cook and bake for the family. Therefore, this cooking blog was created with 3 goals in mind. 1) to document my many kitchen experiments so that it can be replicated again 2) to be able to share those recipes with interested home-cooks like yourself 3) to advocate for healthier family meals and promote family dining with easy to follow recipes. 

When it comes to cooking, I like experimenting with fusion food. I love spices, loads of it, and I love anything Thai as well. My style of cooking was influenced by my husband. Eating rice and Asian dishes on a daily basis was challenging for him, and there I can’t eat pasta and potatoes every day, no matter how much I love that man. So a good compromise was to create a fusion of the dishes I like with something he would enjoy or vice verse. I try to make my dishes with healthier alternatives whenever possible. I hardly (if ever) choose to deep-fry as a cooking technique, I prefer baking instead just to cut down on the extra grease and cleaning. Cooking is not all that difficult, the smiles and appreciation from your loved ones will make all the effort worthwhile. 🙂 

Enjoy your stay here!

Deliciously Yours,
Sharon of Delishar

Just a disclaimer, please do not use any of my pictures without my permission. Do take some time to rephrase your methods and changes made if adapting from my recipe, copy and pasting are not appreciated. I do spend time in my kitchen creating (and sometimes recreating) recipes so link back to my blog for the recipes (adapted or inspired) are very much appreciated. Thank you.

I accept selective product review, service reviews, recipe creation, advertorials, sponsorships, and campaigns to my sole discretion. All opinions and reviews on products and/or services provided on this blog are solely my own. I can be contacted at kaysharonlam@gmail.com for further discussion.  

Note: all emails pertaining to guest posts and do-follow link requests will be ignored. Thank you.

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    susan tan
    11 February, 2014 at 7:54 am

    Good job. Thanks for sharing.

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    susan tan
    11 February, 2014 at 7:54 am

    Good job. Thanks for sharing and keep it up.

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    MonuTeena RecipesPassion
    19 April, 2014 at 10:54 am

    good to know about you dear.. seriously you dot look like mom of 2 kids 🙂 you are so beautiful bless you my dear.. keep sharing the wonderful recipes nom nom nom 😉

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    Justina Duenas
    18 May, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    I definitely have found a passion for cooking since I started to eat clean! I used to think that healthy eats was bland and disgusting! But as soon as I started experimenting with clean ingredients, it was on and poppin from there! I will definitely try your muffins, they sound clean. hehe. I have a sweet tooth and I am always look for ways to curb that thing! Great job, most definitely following. ((:

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    Florence Shoon
    15 May, 2015 at 2:17 am

    Great achievement! Keep it up! You are pretty lady. Thanks for sharing.

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    Amy's Baking Diary
    7 March, 2016 at 11:16 am

    Nice to know you Sharon! I have a day job too. I must learn from you.

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      Sharon Lam
      8 March, 2016 at 9:00 am

      Hi Amy! It’s good to know you too! Keep your yummy posts coming! 🙂

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    Robert Bidwell
    17 April, 2017 at 6:36 pm

    Hello Sharon

    Nice to meet you, I was based in Singapore for many years from the late 80’s until 2005. I met my darling in 89 and married in 96..Now I live in Australia..and commute regularly between OZ and SIN ..I am now a devotee of SIN and many Asian dishes…My hobby is cooking, my own Mum being Italian I learn at an early age love of food, and my Mamma teach me to cook..Your link/site is a motivation to me to look for more ways to improve my approach..
    Happy to be one of your ‘pupils’ Warm Regards Roberto

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      Sharon Lam
      18 April, 2017 at 8:55 am

      Hi Roberto! It’s so nice to hear from you! I worked in OZ for a couple of years in my early 20s, and we are planning a trip with the kids to see the great outback. Welcome to my site, and I hope you’ll find some recipes that you’d like. 🙂

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