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Cook with Kenwood @ Kranji Farmers Market

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At a recent edition of the quarterly Kranji Farmers’ Market, Kenwood paired up with Share Food Singapore, a network of home cooks, for a delicious cooking demonstration of three flavourful dishes – Mee Siam, Bee Hoon Soto, and Kaya. The audience at the Kenwood Stage were treated to samples of Anne’s cooking, and reviews were unanimously positive!

Here we speak to Loo Pei Wen, Director and Co-Founder of Share Food Singapore, and home cook Anne Leong and learn the magic home-cooking can add to a simple dish.

You can learn more about Share Food at www.sharefood.sg.

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