Food

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Community Association Series: Javanese Jamu

Boost your immunity with this take on an ancient tonic recipe brewed by the Javanese of centuries past. This episode will also cover the health benefits of kunyit asam (a turmeric and tamarind tonic) and halia rempah (a ginger spice).

Community Association Series: Kong Chow Wui Koon

Ever tasted the famous sun-dried mandarin orange peel from Xinhui? Follow our host Jerald to learn how this specialty ingredient is incorporated into their dishes.

Community Association Series: Young Sikh Association (YSA)

In this cooking demo, visitors will get an overview on dishes unique to the Sikh community, such as the Suji Halva (Semolina Halva).

[Cancelled] Flavours of Kampong Gelam with Khir Johari

Enjoy this special food trail around Kampong Gelam and sample the various halal cuisines on offer as you learn more about this unique historical district.

Food and Community: Self-care Culture - A Touch of Warmth

Cooking at home tends to be a rather personal affair but Claire Teo, a visually-impaired thespian, is inviting you into her kitchen for a one-of-a-kind multisensory cooking experience . In this pre-recorded video, Claire will use her sense of smell and touch to shop at a wet market before returning home to prepare dishes close to her heart.

Food Fables: CindeRilla

Author-educator Suzannah Chua who has a deep passion for books, will relay the fictional story of CindeRilla who must learn how to prepare a dish in time for a potluck party hosted by her new neighbour.

Food Fables: Kuih Yang Mana Satu?

What kinds of kueh can you purchase from Geylang Serai? Meet author Idayu Hussain for a storytelling session of her book Kuih Yang Mana Satu (Which Kueh?) as she explores the delightful confections on offer at Singapore’s main Ramadan bazaar

Food Fables: Stone Soup

Join storyteller Rani Kanna as she presents an adapted version of Stone Soup, a classic European folktale, in Tamil!

Food Fables: 总有一个吃包子的理由

This story brings you into the loving home of Mao Mao and his mother who engage in friendly banter as he tries to convince her to let him snack on his beloved food – the bao! Join storyteller Kek Zixin as she brings to life this delightful tale 总有一个吃包子的理由 (There Is Always a Reason to Eat Buns)!

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 as they shed light on the Ayurvedic diet through a food demonstration.