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Handmade with Love: Mooncakes by Artisan Makers

Let’s set the scene: the harvest moon is at its brightest and roundest, candle-lit paper lanterns in varying shapes and sizes adorn every household and are paraded on display by […]

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6 Reasons Why Liebherr’s Fridges Are Worthy of a Place in Your Well-Designed Kitchen

There’s a reason why the kitchen is considered the heart of the home. A place where ordinary ingredients are transformed into scrumptious creations that feed the soul, every warm, well-loved […]

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Saving Patients' Appetite for Life through Gourmet Purée

Picture this: a wizened old man lying in bed, thin and frail, a shadow of his former self. The clock strikes twelve. A hospital attendant wheels in lunch: lumps of […]

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Taste of the Sea: How to Enjoy Locally-Farmed Oysters

Juicy. Succulent. Aphrodisiac. These are some of the adjectives people have used to describe oysters. But even though they’re a familiar sight on dinner plates, many of us may not […]

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How Bollywood Veggies Champions Sustainable Farming for a Better Future

Bollywood Veggies was never meant to be just a farm. The brainchild of Ivy Singh-Lim and husband Lim Ho Seng first manifested in 2000. The couple had initially made plans […]

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Sizzling Skewers: Satay versus Shish Kebab

Fire, fire, meats we desire. For centuries, people have been grilling skewered meats over open fire, giving rise to countless variations such as Southeast Asian satay, Indian tikka, Japanese yakitori, […]

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True Luxury in the Japanese Countryside

[Text by Kyoko Nakayama] Wajima city, Ishikawa prefecture. I’m here, in the centre of Wajima, after two hours by bus from Kanazawa. This is where my gastronomic journey begins. I’m […]

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Hooked: How Japanese Farmers Live as One with the Sea

[Text by Kyoko Nakayama] Kesennuma (気仙沼) sits on the Sanriku coast in Miyagi prefecture, Japan, a region famed as one of the three most productive fishing grounds in the world. […]

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A Day with: Nick Chua, Master Baker of Nick Vina Artisan Bakery

There’s a fine drizzle in the air as we trudge down silent streets towards Icon Village. Absent of the usual bustle around Tanjong Pagar district, the mall is disconcertingly still, […]

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Spice and Everything Nice

Local cooks in need of special spices know just where to go: Anthony the Spice Maker (ATSM) at Chinatown Complex. The heritage business, which has been around for over 30 […]

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Beer is Ale They Need

Crust is a rising star in the local craft beer industry despite its inception just a year ago. The local brewery takes surplus unsold and unused bread – which contains […]

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Choc-full of Goodness

Words like ‘single origin,’ ‘handcrafted,’ ‘small-batch roasting’ and ‘sustainably sourced’ have been commonly linked to coffee, but things are shifting – cacao is now the cool bean in town. Leading […]

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