[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]he meticulous craft of kueh (traditional cake or snacks) has roots in many ethnic groups, and come Jul 24, you will be able to taste them all in one event – Kueh Appreciation Day, organised by Slow Food Singapore in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival. From 10am to 6pm, Tott @ Dunearn will be showcasing an assortment of savoury and sweet kuehs made by local brands to represent the different groups, which include Peranakan, Hainanese, Hakka and Eurasian. Kueh demonstration and hands-on cooking classes, where you can learn the intricacies of creating the traditional snacks, will also be available (prices in lessons vary).

Check out the different cakes and snacks that will be available at the event, as well as information on some of the classes:

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For more information, visit www.slowfood.sg/kueh-appreciation-day-2016.