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Seven Edible Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is just around the corner! If you haven’t already settled on a gift for your dad, here are some delicious culinary ideas that will hit the mark. For the grilling dad: BBQ Sauce Your dad is the king of the grill, but if he’s a meat-focused guy who always uses store-bought sauce, he’ll go crazy for a jar of authentic, homemade BBQ sauce for his ribs, chicken and roasts. Something to bear in mind though: there are several …

Cooking with Kenwood and Garden to Table

For all those aspiring to cook and eat in a more healthy way, the rustic yet wholesome approach at Garden to Table’s private dining and garden cafe’s is the perfect example to follow. “We are not atas,” said founder Sce Hwai Phang, using the Malay word for high class. “But we want to make the place as environmentally friendly as possible for everyone, to allow exchanges and interactions amongst people.” This was her passionate message to the six participants who …

Cooking with Kenwood @ Kranji Farmers’ Market

Kenwood and the Love Wholesome team will be joined by the team from Share Food at the upcoming the 13th Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market. Home cook Anne Leong will be sharing three of her favourite recipes on the Kenwood stage; her Nonya Dry Mee Siam,  her Bee Hoon Ayam Soto, and her take on Singapore’s favourite breakfast, Kaya toast.       The cooking demonstrations will be on Saturday, 29 September from 1:00 to 2:30 pm, and again from 3:15 to 4:45 …

The Farmers’ Market @ Central Singapore

The Farmers’ Market @ Central Singapore is now in its third year running! This monthly event is one of the Central Singapore Community Development Council’s programmes advocating healthy eating. This roving pop-up mini market showcases a wide range of fresh local produce and other organic products. For January’s installment, the market was held at Whampoa Community Club, a location primed to reach out to heartland residents and reach out it did indeed. The crowd ranged from young schoolchildren (mostly curious …

EarthFest Singapore 2018: Sustainability On Display

Now in its third year, EarthFest Singapore once again lived up to its billing as the Republic’s largest sustainability festival by welcoming nearly 7,000 visitors on January 14. Organiser Michael Broadhead says the festival truly “walks the walk” by adopting sustainable practices. All crafts, setup and décor were environmentally friendly and designed for zero waste. The disposable plates and utensils used at the event, for example, were cut up and converted into compost for a local organic vegetable farm, while …

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