Nothing unites us like our national hobby of eating, but the story of kueh is as diverse as it is delicious. With a little help from four chefs, each of them specialising in a different type of kueh, we learn about the love, effort, and history in every mouthful of this beloved snack.
Family time is often sacrificed when we're in pursuit of our careers. For Peter Chua, working in F&B and eventually starting his own bar have led to family quarrels, and even missing a funeral. When the pandemic hit, he was finally forced to slow down. Through meals with his family, he be
Binge “Find a job you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Few of us are lucky enough to experience this, but for John, this is his daily reality as a boatman ferrying people to and from Pulau Ubin. And it all starts with a simple packet of mee goreng for breakfast.
Binge Caifan might not be our national dish, but it is certainly the one that feeds the most number of Singaporeans daily. But what if local favourites like sweet and sour fish are taken off the menu forever due to supply shortages overseas? In this explainer video, we learn about the important role
Binge What's the first place you think of when you’re hungry, tired, and looking to redeem a long day at work? In the pilot episode of our new food series, “Off Duty Food Haunts”, we meet Jackie, a doctor on the frontlines battling COVID-19. We follow her to Balestier Market for “the best chi
What does it mean to 'be Singaporean'? Is it the way you speak? Holding a pink IC? Looking a certain way or comfortably falling into the categories of C, M, I and O? Or is it about our shared experiences? We asked over 20 pink IC holding, red passport carrying, true blue Singaporeans to tell us.
It’s been almost two months since the reopening of Phase 2 and the economy in Singapore. Have things returned to normal for business owners? Did government schemes actually help them tide through this period? How have the CB and Phase 1 affected their business moving forward? We speak to 4 busines