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Snippets: Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore | Makan Peranakan delicacies Buffet-Styled

It’s SG50 this year (if anyone needs any reminding, that is) and in the spirit of it, Edge (Pan Pacific Singapore’s award winning buffet restaurant) is doing a revamp of their Saturday local delights lunch buffet. 289 more words


Baba Wins' Peranakan Cuisine @ Star Vista

I always knew that there was a Peranakan restaurant in Star Vista. In fact, I had walked past it a few times. However, I was usually alone or with people who were not in the mood for Peranakan, hence I had never tried it. 193 more words


theboywhoatetheworld cooks: Nyonya Sambal prawns

This spicy Sambal Prawn dish is one of my all time favourites and a signature at my Nyonya Supper Club. Those who followed The Taste UK… 385 more words


Peranakan Delights (I)

I absolutely love Peranakan/Nonya food! As my family loves going to shopping centres, our favourite Peranakan restaurant is Grandma’s. It’s a pity that I don’t really know how to cook anything from this cuisine, but it’s alright – I’ve heard from my mother that this cuisine has one of the most tedious and time-consuming preparation and cooking processes! 1,011 more words


Week 3: Trip to the Baba House!

This week, we had our first field trip out to the NUS Baba House at 157 Neil Road!

The beautiful NUS Baba House, rich with heritage and culture… 533 more words

Armenians in Singapore

News media across the world have been reporting on this week’s 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide by the Ottoman Empire. Turkey still does not recognize this episode as a genocide, but many historians have concluded that more than one million Armenians were killed by the end of World War I. 314 more words

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Kueh Fridays: Part II: Malay/Peranakan Kueh (I)

Kueh is a bite-sized snack or dessert originating from Southeast Asia. There are many different kinds of kueh which come in all sorts of colour, shape and size.  1,130 more words