Food Workshops

The ImPECKable Rendang Workshop

by National Museum of Singapore
22 May • 11:00am • The Salon @ National Museum of Singapore

Rendang, a hearty festive dish made from chicken or beef that is simmered in coconut milk and spices till tender is synonymous to Hari Raya. Today, Rendang has earned a special place in our food heritage, can be enjoyed without waiting for the festive season and appreciated by many in Singapore.

Chicken Rendang

Due to tightened safe management measures, the physical component of this programme has been cancelled. The programme will be live-streamed on National Museum of Singapore Facebook Page instead. 

Rendang, a hearty festive dish made from chicken or beef that is simmered in coconut milk and spices till tender is synonymous to Hari Raya. Today, Rendang has earned a special place in our food heritage, can be enjoyed without waiting for the festive season and appreciated by many in Singapore.

In commemoration of Hari Raya and as an extension of the InKUEHdible Workshop presented as part of the museum’s Singapore Heritage Festival programmes, where we showcase moulded pureed food, we present The ImPECKable Rendang Workshop.

Price:$15/pax
Limited spaces available. Each ticket comes with a box of this unique rendang to take home.

This Programme will be concurrently livestream on National Museum of Singapore Facebook Page.

About GentleFoods
Local company GentleFoods specialises in creating moulded puréed food that is familiar, safe and nutritious that helps in stimulating the appetite with the way it looks, tastes and smells, bringing the joy of food back into the lives of people with swallowing difficulties. The nurturance, thoughtfulness and committed culture at GentleFoods aims to bring back the positive and joyous relationship with food.

About Singapore HeritageFest at the National Museum
In conjunction with this year’s Singapore HeritageFest (SHF), the National Museum will be presenting a series of programmes on unique workshops featuring local food favourites and explore medical stories of individuals who were impacted during the pandemic. Viewers can look forward to workshops on the innovative recreation of Singapore’s favourite foods and hear experiences of individuals who were in the heart of the Covid pandemic.

Chicken Rendang

Courtesy of Chef Charlie

National Museum of Singapore

The National Museum of Singapore (NMS) is the nation's oldest museum. Inside its 19th-century colonial exterior, the museum uses cutting-edge technology to present the nation’s legacy and development with its galleries highlighting fresh perspectives of the Singapore story. As a cultural and architectural landmark in Singapore, NMS also hosts innovative activities and events all year round.

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