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EPIGRAM BOOKS THE WAY OF KUEH: SAVOURING & SAVING SINGAPORE'S HERITAGE DESSERTS
Book of the Year, 2020 Singapore Book Awards Winner for the 2020 Singapore Book Awards (Best Illustrated, Non-Fiction)
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EPIGRAM BOOKS THE WAY OF KUEH: SAVOURING & SAVING SINGAPORE'S HERITAGE DESSERTS

SKU
K332567
Product Weight
1.2 kg

Food writer, cooking instructor and author Christopher Tan is back with the definitive book on Singapore’s kueh, sharing everything you need to know about local kueh culture.

Much more than just a collection of recipes, The Way of Kueh delves into the topic with a lyrical, insightful and practical approach. It traverses kueh families and genres, key kueh-making techniques, the seasonality and social significance of kueh, and the importance of both tradition and innovation. Local kueh artisans from all walks of life share their stories and perspectives in interviews, while short essays muse on the histories, regional and colonial influences, science and symbolism behind this most diverse of food genres.

Helpful glossaries on key ingredients and essential kitchen tools will equip you to tackle over 100 detailed and precise recipes for kuehs from across Singapore’s communities, from ang koo kueh to kueh bakar, kueh kaswi to jian dui, steamed and baked kueh lapis varieties, and many more, including rare and endangered items such as sesagun, putugal and bak kueh.

Making kueh is truly and traditionally a labour of love. The Way of Kueh was born from a desire to inspire and encourage Singaporeans to make and enjoy kueh together with their families and friends, to celebrate, preserve and progress this unique and rich part of our national food heritage.

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