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Classic Peranakan - Magnificent Matriarchal Meal!


  • We talk about Peranakan cuisine and the importance of food heritage with Awfully Chocolate’s Lyn Lee here!
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Violet Oon's Kitchen

Violet Oon’s kitchen at the National Gallery must be one of the most beautiful restaurants in Singapore.

A sensually dark interior sprinkled with Peranakan tiles and other small touches that play homage to the chef’s culture – like the cool ceiling fans. 184 more words


Chew Joo Chiat and the Road named after him

Chew Joo Chiat was a migrant from China who eventually used his wealth to give back to society (he came from a time, before the change in social compact that we see today). 872 more words


Eksotiknya Kuliner Semarangan

Oleh Silvia Galikano

Semarang adalah melting pot penting di antara kota-kota pantai utara Jawa. Banyak bangsa yang sudah singgah dan meninggalkan jejak berarti di sini dalam pembentukan budaya Semarangan. 832 more words

Catatan Perjalanan

The Land We Called Home - A Heritage Trail of Marine Parade cum Follow that Rainbow (Remembering LKY)

We have been awaiting for an opportunity to blog more about Katong, Joo Chiat and Marine Parade to our readers. Afterall, our blog was named as… 1,179 more words


On the Trail of the Phoenix -Revisiting Ayam Buah Keluak

There are many dishes which one can immediately draw parallelism to Peranakan culture, signature dishes which form the core of what is understood by many as “Straits Chinese cuisine” today. 2,158 more words


On the Trail of the Phoenix - Ikan Gerang Asam

Ikan Gerang Asam is one of the first Peranakan dishes, or what is known to the babas and nyonyas as “laok embok” I’d “learnt” to cook when I was young, after getting to know the tricks to frying sunny sideups with runny yolks and crispy edges for… 1,076 more words