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Monthly Archive for June, 2011

Mee rebus is an immensely popular Malay dish in Singapore. It might not seem fanciful, but a lot of work goes into making an excellent mee rebus gravy, which is the soul of this comfort dish. Read this installment of Tried & Tested to find out where are some of the best mee rebus in [...]

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Thought I’d be back to normal after being discharged. Apparently not. Even sitting in front of the computer for more than 45 minutes was a struggle. Guess the 3-week hospitalization home leave was given for a good reason. Managed to squeeze in some light cooking, but for times when I got too tired, we fell [...]

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This post is brought to you by AsiaMalls. On Sunday, 19 June 2011, 5 eager teams gathered at the level 1 atrium of Century Square for another AsiaMalls Food On Parade – Cooking Up A Storm cook-off! This event was one of AsiaMalls preliminary cooking contests, spread out over two weekends in June 2011 at [...]

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This post is brought to you by AsiaMalls. Mention Taiwan, and images of night markets and delicious street food spring to mind! From now till 26 June 2011, the level 1 atrium in Century Square has been transformed into a mini Taiwanese “night market”. Popular Taiwanese street food like braised pork bun, suncake 太阳饼, fried [...]

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Char siew, roast pork, roast duck — what’s your favorite Cantonese roast meat or 烧腊? Whichever one it is, be sure to read the latest Tried & Tested article for some of the best Cantonese roast meats in Singapore. Click here!

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This post is brought to you by AsiaMalls. Here’s another exciting core event that was held in conjunction with Hougang Mall’s Malaysian-themed Food On Parade festival. On 12 June 2011, celebrity foodie and chef KF Seetoh gave a culinary masterclass demo to a full house audience who packed the atrium at level 1 of Hougang [...]

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This post is brought to you by AsiaMalls. On a cool Saturday afternoon of 11 June 2011, the skies were overcast with hues of gray. But within the main atrium of Hougang Mall, excitement was brewing among 5 teams as well as crowds of supporters and curious onlookers. This event was one of AsiaMalls preliminary [...]

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Due to its labor-intensive and time-consuming nature, handmade Teochew kueh is getting increasingly hard to find. Thankfully, there are still a handful of worthy Teochew kueh specialists who persevere in making this traditional snack. Check out this list for some of the best Teochew kueh in Singapore!

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