Join visually-impaired thespian Claire Teo as she optimises the use of her senses to put together a heartwarming meal.
See how she embraces her keen sense of smell and touch to create new recipes; and pay special attention to her song choices which she tends to select based on the type of food she is preparing. For instance, whenever she makes a family recipe, she is often overwhelmed by a sense of love and nostalgia and tends to put on the Mandarin ditty 甜蜜蜜 (Sweet, Honey, Honey).
This video has been made fully accessible for sensory-sensitive, visually impaired and d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
Download our activity booklet here to try Claire's family recipe of Pen Cai (Cantonese: Poon Choi). What is your favourite family recipe? Share and tag us on our socials @sgheritagefest
You may also download A Visually Impaired Friendly Version: A Touch of Warmth (Word Document)