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How To Pair Tonic Water With Your Gin

Tonic water is having its moment in the sun following gin’s global renaissance. We break down all you need to know about this tipple, and how to choose what to pair with your gin.

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How Jaan Became A Hotbed for Singapore’s Most Celebrated Chefs

An equal dose of independence and support, and a progressive chef programme helped shape Jaan as a top chefs’ breeding ground.

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3 Singapore Restaurants That Are Breeding Grounds For The City's Top Culinary Talents

We tip our hats to three pioneering establishments that have groomed Singapore's very best chefs.

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12 More Foodie Favourites That You May Not Know Are in the Michelin Guide

Did you know that the 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore's listing includes chwee kway, nasi lemak and roti prata? Here's what you may have missed.

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Kitchen Language: What Is Cze Char?

Cze char, or zi char, is one of Singapore's favourite ways of eating where a mish mash of local dishes are cooked to order and eaten communally.

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Kitchen Language: What Does Umami Mean?

After sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and saltiness, umami is the fifth taste that is often described as a savoury or meaty flavour.

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5 things you need to know about barrel aging

Dive into the art of the thousand-year-old tradition that is used to create the spirits we all love today

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Trending Liquids to Know Now

From blue wine to golden milk and an ingenious cooking liquid loved by vegans, we take a look at 4 funky fluids that are keeping the Internet astir.

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5 delicious things you may not know about rum

Level up your rum knowledge with our insider's guide to the beverage that has long been synonymous with positive, tropical vibes

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Kitchen Language: What Does Siap Mean?

This Hokkien term is used to describe astringency in tannin-rich food and drinks.

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The best chocolate pairings for your coffee

Is it possible to make chocolate more addictive, more intense, and…dare we say, more delicious? Why, yes.

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Kaiseki 懐石 or kaiseki 会席?

Cheatsheet: Dine like a kaiseki pro with our 5 quick tips

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Kitchen Language: What Does Lemak Mean?

This Malay word is used to describe the rich creaminess of coconut milk in food.

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Ghee, that is some smooth kopi!

Roll back the years with a look at one of our nation's oldest and most indulgent beverages

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#TrendingNow: Low-alcohol cocktails

Love booze but hate the consequences? Here’s a solution: Low-alcohol drinks.

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Kitchen Language: What Does QQ Mean?

That delightful, toothsome bounce you get in chewy noodles, fishballs and glutinous rice cakes.

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Uniquely Singaporean beverages

Wear your heart on your sleeve - of your pint glass that is. We round up 5 uniquely Singaporean brews that will delight every patriotic drinker.

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#HotRightNow: Hokkaido-style baked cheese tarts

Everything you need to know about the Hokkaido-style baked cheese tart trend - and the best places in Singapore to get them.