Braci is Italian for ’embers’. Inspired by wood, Braci’s menu draws upon one of the world’s most primitive forms of cooking to re-define and uplift classic Italian cuisine, through the use of the Josper oven and the shichirin grill.
The Whampoa IAEC has organised a series of cooking classes in honour of Singapore’s National Day on 9th August for Whampoa residents only. I will be conducting FOUR Free cooking classes on all the Saturdays in the month of August 2021.
𝗔𝗽𝗽𝗮𝗺 is a favourite of many people. It is common for non-Indians in Singapore eat appam with brown sugar. But in many Indian homes, appam is served with curry example egg curry or a previous day’s fish curry. The rich coconut milk in the appam is so ideal to be paired with a spicy curry.
No one resist the Tamilian snack, Murukku, especially when it is crispy, light, aromatic and delicious. Nothing can beat Murukku as a tea-time snack with hot tea, as a snack to munch during rainy season or while watching television or just to make and give away.