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Shermay Lee – Packaging Peranakan Heritage

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Award-winning cookbook author and renowned food consultant Shermay Lee has strong childhood memories of being in the kitchen with her Grandmother, herself a doyen of Singapore and Peranakan cuisine.

As founder and owner of Shermay’s Singapore Fine Food, Shermay now presents the tastes of her heritage through her range of sauces, marinade, crackers, and curry powder.

Here Shermay talks about her Grandmother, and the 50-year-old recipe that is the inspiration behind her Cilicuka, a sauce made of fresh chillies and vinegar.

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