Food

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Food Is Medicine – An Ayurvedic diet

Sometimes described as the “mother of all healing”, Ayurveda is a centuries-old Hindu system of medicine and nutrition. Catch Vasanthi Pillay from the Ayurveda Association of Singapore and Chef S R Bala from Indian Chefs & Culinary Association (ICCA) as they shed light on the Ayurvedic diet through a food demonstration.

Food Styling & Photography Workshop

8 - 9 May • 03:30pm

Pick up food styling tips in this online workshop for adults by food stylist C.R Tan (@xlbcr).

For Here or Takeaway: Singaporean Cuisine Reimagined

As Singapore modernises with the times, so would our beloved local food. As Singaporean cuisine gradually evolves and increasingly dares to deviate from traditional norms, how would Singaporeans interpret these newfound representations of these familiar dishes, and could we embrace them as part of our national identity?

From Sea To Shelf: Journey Of The Yellowfin Tuna

Canned tuna is one of the most ubiquitous food items, but how much do we know about its origins? By tracking the journey of the yellowfin tuna from sea to supermarket shelves, this photo essay captures its dynamic production process and our ever-changing relationship with canned tuna.

History of Traditional Bakeries

Many traditional bakeries which we frequent have been around for generations, but how much do we know about them? This photo essay showcases how traditional bakeries maintain and/or grow their businesses through adaptation to changing technologies, opportunities and tastes in Singapore society.

InKUEHdible Workshop

15 May • 03:00pm • The Salon @ the National Museum of Singapore

Let us celebrate Singapore’s love of kuehs! In this workshop, learn how to prepare pureed ang ku kueh that are soft enough to melt in your mouth!

La La Land: A Brief Cultural Biography Of Gastropods And Bivalves In Singapore

Faris Joraimi examines an often-neglected category of edible aquafauna in Singapore: molluscs. Focusing specifically on gastropods and bivalves, this photo-essay traverses the processes of collecting, harvesting, distribution and exchange in contrasting physical spaces to reveal how consumption in Singapore is inflected by differences in culture and class.

Learn to Cook Our Heritage Food: Chwee Kueh

15 May • 10:00am • Chinatown

Chwee kueh, topped with little gems of sweet and savoury cai poh (preserved radish), is one of a number of distinctly Singaporean breakfast dishes! Attend our hands-on cooking workshop to make your own steamed rice cake set!

Learn to Cook Our Heritage Food: Kueh Kosui (Digital Edition)

23 May • 04:00pm

Nothing tempts us more than a wobbly dessert like kueh kosui ensconced in fresh flakes of grated coconut. In this virtual programme, learn how to make the soft, pudding-like Peranakan dessert in this cooking class and impress family and friends at your next gathering!

Learn to Cook Our Heritage Food: Ondeh Ondeh (Digital Edition)

16 May • 04:00pm

Want to impress at your next party? In this virtual programme, learn how to make ondeh ondeh, a delicate and incredibly tasty Peranakan tea-time treat in this hands-on cooking workshop!