Confessions of a Fearless Palate


When I think about packaged food in India, my mind automatically conjures up images of cold tetraPaks of mango Frooti (fresh and juicy), packets of crunchy Kurkure (can never have enough of Kurkure, can you?) and rows of instant flour mixes pledging loyalty to India’s long standing tradition of hearty carb-filled breakfasts. The Singaporean supermarkets however…

Dinner-time at Singapore


To read the first part in this series, click here. 4 years of hawker centre dining in Singapore has brought out the food enthusiast in me. I have mastered the art of eating with chopsticks, grown to tolerate tofu in large amounts and have a new-found fondness for soya milk. But there are days when…

Tea-time at Singapore


I have never blogged about food before. Well yeah, there that was offhand entry about my salad nightmares with the family, but other than that nil. So when I was asked to write about my expat life at Singapore, predictably enough the first thing I thought about was the local food. Not much of a surprise…