Food

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This is What We Eat At Home - An Online Photo Exhibition

7 - 30 May • 10:00am • Boon Lay

Follow six unique youths from culturally diverse backgrounds as they embark on a mission to document their families’ go-to home-cooked meals in a bid to preserve their heritage. Join us as we take you on a digital exhibition through the heartland of Boon Lay to view the uplifting stories of these youths.

Traditional Culinary Icons and Healthy Food

29 May • 04:30pm

Learn about the humble Nasi Padang and the dishes that make it up.

Ritual to Table: Nasi Ambeng as Culinary Heritage

29 May • 02:00pm

Learn more about nasi ambeng and other Javanese dishes in this talk.

Spaces of Food

Food has a way of pulling people together into an urban geniality, livening up the public spaces that we inhabit to affirm our sense of belonging. This online discussion uncovers the intricate links between food and our urban environment from varied perspectives.

Local Flavours

Explore our enticing menu prepared by Singaporean writers and illustrators in this poetic celebration of well-loved hawker dishes! This eclectic selection offers a mix of cuisines and fun poetic styles, featuring 15 poems carefully paired with stickers and illustrations!

Sing Along - A Tummy Quest!

Are you a foodie hoping to impart your love for local dishes to your young ones? This interactive sing-along by Wigglepods could kick-start your child’s very own food journey.

ACM: Remembering Hawker Culture Along the River

10 May • 07:00pm

Discover hawker culture of old along the Singapore River through the stories and memories of David Lim

ACM on a Plate: Fish Maw Soup with Chef Malcolm Lee

5 May • 12:00pm

Join Chef Malcolm Lee of Candlenut in this cooking demonstration inspired by the beautiful kamcheng in ACM's Maritime Trade Gallery.

ACM on a Plate: Teh Halia Crème Brûlée Tart with Chef Maxine Ngooi

12 May • 12:00pm

Learn to bake a Teh Halia Crème Brûlée Tart with Chef Maxine Ngooi of Tigerlily Patisserie in this cooking demonstration.

Against All Odds: Salted Fish In Cantonese Cuisine In Singapore

Previously a common ingredient in Chinese households, the salted fish is most associated with Cantonese cuisine today. This preserved ingredient - with a pungent smell - has found itself at odds with contemporary palates over the last century in Singapore.