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Singapore Heritage Food

Author : Sylvia Tan
ISBN : 9814189502
Genre : Cooking, Singaporean
File Size : 23.79 MB
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This bestselling classic cookbook by Singaporean cookery doyen Sylvia Tan provides recipes for the well-loved dishes of Singapore and traces the development of the culinary heritage of the food paradise. Some 15,000 copies in multiple printings have been sold. This reprint, with a refreshed and brighter cover, includes four bonus recipe cards printed on the front and back covers of the book. The recipes and information in Singapore Heritage Food are divided in the following categories: The Colonial Heritage The Snackbar Era The Cantonese banquet Street Food Singapore Fusion Ethnic Supermarket This is a book that will continue to appeal to those interested in Singapore cuisine and Singaporeans abroad.
Category: Cooking, Singaporean

Food And Foodways In Asia

Author : Sidney Cheung
ISBN : 9781134164615
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 90.24 MB
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Food is an important cultural marker of identity in contemporary Asian societies, and can provide a medium for the understanding of social relations, family and kinship, class and consumption, gender ideology, and cultural symbolism. However, a truly comprehensive view of food cannot neglect the politics of food production, in particular, how, when, from where and even why different kinds of food are produced, prepared and supplied. Food and Foodways in Asia is an anthropological inquiry providing rich ethnographic description and analysis of food production as it interacts with social and political complexities in Asia’s diverse cultures. Prominent anthropologists examine how food is related to ethnic identity and boundary formation, consumerism and global food distribution, and the invention of local cuisine in the context of increasing cultural contact. With chapters ranging from the invention of 'local food' for tourism development, to Asia's contribution to ‘world cuisine,’ Food and Foodways in Asia will be a fascinating read for anyone interested in the anthropology of food and/or Asian studies.
Category: Cooking

Making Heritage In Malaysia

Author : Sharmani Patricia Gabriel
ISBN : 9789811514944
Genre : Social Science
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This book offers a scholarly perspective on heritage as a discourse, concept and lived experience in Malaysia. It argues that heritage is not a received narrative but a construct in the making. Starting with alternative ways of “museumising” heritage, the book then addresses a broad range of issues involving multicultural and folklore heritage, the small town, nostalgia and the environment, and transnationalism and cosmopolitanism. In so doing it delivers an intervention in received ways of talking about and “doing” heritage in academic as well as state and public discourse in Malaysia, which are largely dominated by perspectives that do not sufficiently engage with the cultural complexities and sociopolitical implications of heritage. The book also critically explores the politics and dynamics of heritage production in Malaysia to contest “Malaysian heritage” as a stable narrative, exploring both its cogency and contingency, and builds on a deep engagement with a non-western society in the service of “provincialising” critical heritage studies, with the broader goal of contributing to Malaysian studies.​
Category: Social Science

Eating Together

Author : Jean Duruz
ISBN : 9781442227415
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 32.57 MB
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This book analyzes cultures of eating together in Malaysia and Singapore. It explores everyday spaces, such as street stalls, hawker centers, and coffee shops. Reflecting on these as sites for people's “different” culinary exchanges, the book captures resonances of national, ethnic, cosmopolitan and multicultural identity.
Category: Social Science

Indian Heritage Cooking

Author : Devagi Sanmugam
ISBN : 9789814435086
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 42.53 MB
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Indian cuisine is so varied that dishes from one region may be totally alien to a person from another region. The common thread that runs through most Indian food is possibly only the use of spices. Recipes are categorized in this book under the sections Singapore Indian Food, Deepavali Favourites, South Indian Dishes, North Indian Dishes and Sweets and Desserts to highlight the cooking methods and the blend of spices used in different regional Indian foods. The dishes featured are also from the more popular visitor destinations, so they would have a greater appeal.
Category: Cooking

Singapore Hawker Classics Unveiled

Author : Temasek Polytechnic
ISBN : 9789814677868
Genre : Cooking
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Produced as a celebration of Singapore’s renowned culinary heritage, Singapore Hawker Classics Unveiled, tells you everything you ever needed to know – and more! – about 25 of our favourite dishes. The 25 delicious recipes featured will allow you to recreate your favourite classic hawker treats at home and inspire you to look at these familiar dishes in a new light – each dish includes its traditional presentation together with an additional interpretation with a modern twist. Moreover, every dish is covered in great detail, including information on its heritage, its aroma, taste and texture, its nutritional value, as well as clear step-by-step instructions and photographs
Category: Cooking

The Rough Guide To Singapore

Author : Rough Guides
ISBN : 9780241291450
Genre : Travel
File Size : 58.23 MB
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The Rough Guide to Singapore is the ultimate travel guide to this constantly evolving city-state, with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions. Discover Singapore's highlights with stunning photography and accounts of everything from the magnificent new National Gallery and historic Botanic Gardens to the dazzling temples of Chinatown and the hilltop walks of the Southern Ridges. Find detailed practical advice on what to do and see in Singapore, with up-to-date reviews of the best hotels, restaurants, hawker places, bars, clubs and shops, for every budget. There's also a detailed description of the island's rich traditional Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisines to help you order the tastiest food. Explore every corner of downtown Singapore and off the beaten track, with easy to use maps to help ensure you don't miss the unmissable. Make the most of your stay with The Rough Guide to Singapore.
Category: Travel

Teochew Heritage Cooking

Author : Eric Low
ISBN : 9789814677356
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 75.43 MB
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Teochew Heritage Cooking is the definitive reference for anyone looking to learn more about the colourful heritage and food culture of the Teochews in Singapore. An engaging introduction provides an insightful overview of the history and culture of the Teochew community, and 50 recipes for authentic Teochew dishes brings the refreshing flavours of this alluring cuisine nearer home
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Food Foodways And Foodscapes

Author : Lily Kong
ISBN : 9789814641241
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 28.83 MB
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' This fascinating and insightful volume introduces readers to food as a window to the social and cultural history and geography of Singapore. It demonstrates how the food we consume, the ways in which we acquire and prepare it, the company we keep as we cook and eat, and our preferences and practices are all revealing of a larger economic, social, cultural and political world, both historically and in contemporary times. Readers will be captivated by chapters that deal with the intersections of food and ethnicity, gender and class, food hybridity, innovations and creativity, heritage and change, globalization and localization, and more. This is a must-read for anyone interested in Singapore culture and society. Contents:Theorising Contemporary Foodscapes: Conceptual and Empirical Insights from Singapore (Lily Kong and Vineeta Sinha)Taking the Street Out of Street Food (Chua Beng Huat)Singapore''s "Snackscapes" (Adeline Tay)Tasting Memories, Cooking Heritage: A Sensuous Invitation to Remember (Kelvin E Y Low)Placing Pig Farming in Post-Independence Singapore: Community, Development and Landscapes of Rurality (Harvey Neo)The Kopitiam in Singapore: An Evolving Story about Cultural Diversity and Cultural Politics (Lai Ah Eng)The Taste of Retro: Nostalgia, Sensory Landscapes and Cosmopolitanism in Singapore (Jean Duruz)Mapping Singapore''s Culinary Landscape: Is Anyone Cooking? (Vineeta Sinha)Bloggers, Critics and Photographers in the Mediation of Food Consumption (Tan Xiang Ru, Amy)From Sushi in Singapore to Laksa in London: Globalising Foodways and the Production of Economy and Identity (Lily Kong) Readership: General public and a must-read for anyone interested in Singapore culture and society. Key Features:There is currently no single volume that addresses the history and geography of food in Singapore in the post-colonial years; this is the first of its kindThe volume provides a critical analysis of food within a larger economic, social and cultural context, and is not merely a celebratory narrativeIt brings together some of the key scholars on food in SingaporeKeywords:Food;Foodways;Foodscapes;Post-colonial Singapore;Culture;Community;Consumption "This book is a multidisciplinary masterpiece and the intensely researched examination that the foodways and foodscapes of Singapore deserves. Comprehensive in its examination of changing food practices, this volume powerfully connects consumption, production, built environments, home kitchens, hawker centres, and the sensory experience of food. It is a must read for anyone interested in how a multidisciplinary analysis can enliven the study of food in diverse cities." Daniel Bender Canada Research Chair in Global Culture and Director Culinaria Research Centre University of Toronto "In the many reflections for SG50, nothing comes closer to Singapore''s identity than the city-state''s diversified, multi-ethnic and delectable foods. The 10 chapters in this book are a much welcomed multidisciplinary academic intervention of the quintessential Singaporean passion of eating and snacking. This book savours all its foodscapes, foodways and cuisines through its street foods, hawker centres, kopitiams and restaurants. Singapore''s food obsession best undergirds Joseph Nye''s ''soft power'', an expression of ''Eurasian'' cultural fusion, Asian gastronomical delights and cosmopolitan consumption which variously defines Singapore''s national identity, its innovative expressions, its tourist beaconing, its recollection of ''sensory heritage'', its transcultural involvement, and its global-local statement. Sample Singapore''s mouth-watering creativity through its social, cultural, political, historical, and economic taste buds. This is definitely a digestible book worth consuming." Victor R Savage National University of Singapore "Journey through kampungs and kopitiams and find out why food is so important in Singapore culture! An essential read for anyone seeking to understand Singapore food!" Leslie Tay Author, blogger and self-proclaimed gastro-geek http://ieatishootipost.sg "Food, Foodways and Foodscapes is an extraordinary and a rare book that is simultaneously richly descriptive, deeply evocative, and sharply analytical. It provides a welcome and much needed shift in the locus of discussion from the over-written spaces of restaurants and TVs in North Atlantic nations, to the streets, the home, and the web, in a city-state in southeast Asia, which is precisely what makes it theoretically fecund." Krishnendu Ray New York University & President, Association for the Study of Food & Society "This is one of the most accessible and comprehensive book to chart Singapore''s food history … It is an excellent starting point for anyone keen to understand the ways in which Singaporeans think about and enjoy, food." The Sunday Times, Singapore '
Category: Social Science

Singapore Food

Author : Wendy Hutton
ISBN : 9812613218
Genre : Cookery, Singaporean
File Size : 32.82 MB
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First published in 1989, Wendy Hutton's Singapore Food has since been recognised as one of the most authoritative titles on the unique culinary heritage of Singapore. The only cookbook of its genre to provide an extensive socio-historical map of the culinary traditions of this island state, this new edition retains the original fascinating insights - how the various ethnic groups including the Chinese, Malay and Indian have met and mingled, as well as the scrumptious ways in which the traditional culinary styles from each group have influenced one another. Having explored and written extensively about the cuisines of Asia for more than 25 years, Wendy Hutton presents this collection of more than 200 local recipes - 180 of the best-loved recipes from the first edition of Singapore Food, updated through years of relentless recipe-testing and 39 brand new recipes considered as 'new classics', such as Butter Prawns and Claypot Chicken and Rice.
Category: Cookery, Singaporean