Category: Food and Beverage

Subway® ‘The Double Cheese Challenge’

Say “Double Cheese!” and flash your widest smile to receive a free Double Cheese Chicken sub. Yes, it’s that simple!

50 Best Halal Cafés, Bakeries, Dessert Spots and More in Arab Street

Undecided where to dine during your next visit to the iconic district of Singapore’s Arab Street? We’ve compiled a list of the best halal options for you.

Nur: Foster Parent Hopes to Impart Positive Values to Her Kids Through Her Work as an Entrepreneur

“Every year on her birthday, I make sure that my daughter says a prayer for her biological mother. For most, birthdays are about others holding celebrations and buying you gifts; but, birthdays are actually not about you. They’re about your mum, the one who gave you life.”

Nasuha Darke: Learning to Care for Herself Amidst the Chaos of Parenting and Running a Business

“The biggest thing I’ve learnt on this journey is that self-care is crucial, especially in parenting. As the saying goes, ‘You can’t pour from an empty cup.’ Anything can happen with the kids, but when I become dysregulated with my emotions, that’s when things go down the drain…”

Chef Alessandro Delle Cave: Cooking Original Italian Food with Love

Humans of Sentosa | “When you cook with passion, you make money. If you cook only for the money, you’re not going to make it because the food comes from the kitchen and will be reflected in the food. If there is love inside, it’s gonna be on the plate.”

Chef Liinson Heng: From the Kitchens of France to Ola Beach Club, Singaporean Chef Honours His Mom Through Cooking

Humans of Sentosa | “So on Mother’s Day four years ago, I brought her here and created a fine dining experience for her. I think she was impressed that her son became someone who was able to cook nine meals for her. I just wanted to make her proud.”

Chef KK Kong: From Failing His N-Levels to Becoming a Master Chef Competing at the Olympics for Cooking

Humans of Sentosa | “I used to have no passion for cooking. But now, I think that someone who cooks for a living, will ultimately just cook for a living. Someone who cooks with passion and feeling, however, will be able to raise his passion and everyone around him to another level.”

Singapore Literature Review: Every Moving Thing that Lives Shall be Food

Calling all bookworms and fans of local literature! Shila Naidu reviews this exquisite anthology by Singaporean author and poet Grace Chia.

Cookbook Insights: Christal Sih Honours Recipes by Her Grandma

Graphic designer Christal Sih discusses “Grandma’s Recipes”, a self-initiated design project that became the first cookbook released by Math Paper Press.

How to Bake a Matcha Lava Cake

On the first episode of our new cooking video series “Everyday Home Chefs”, Shila Naidu teaches us how to make a simple yet decadent Matcha Lava Cake.