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Kueh Appreciation Day returns on July 28

The nation's favourite snack is celebrated at this one-day event organised by Slow Food Singapore.

If there were a food to unite all Singaporeans, it would be kueh. Every ethnic and dialect group has their own variation of it — both sweet and savoury versions — and it’s enjoyed by people of all ages. Organized by Slow Foods Singapore in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival, Kueh appreciation day has returned once again for everyone to, well, appreciate kueh.

This year will see four new kueh artisans entering the food-fray: Poh Cheu KitchenDeli MaslinaJulie Bakes, and Chef Damian d’Silva, who will each be offering their delicious wares at the new location sponsor, OUE Social Kitchen.

Here’s a rundown of the kuehs that will be available on the day:

  • Chef Pang Kok Keong of French Patisserie will be slinging traditional Hakka kuehs from his other project: Pang's Hakka Delicacies. Favourites include his meticulously-prepared abacus seeds, which come fried with a plethora of toppings like dried shrimp, cuttlefish, and leeks.

Besides eating kueh, there’ll also be demonstrations and classes on how to make your favourite snacks; ThePigBakesClay will also be offering some of the cutest food-themed jewellery you’ll find.

Kueh Appreciation Day 2019 is happening 28 July 2019 from 10am to 4pm

OUE Social Kitchen, Downtown Gallery, 6A Shenton Way #03-02/03.


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