• Taste Brazil | The Sadia Story

    * This is a sponsored post featuring our partner Sadia Singapore, for #TSSTasteBrazil. All opinions and thoughts expressed are as always, honest and our own. Download our e-magazine here to have an exclusive read on our farm-to-table journey, the street food and markets, specially curated recipes and our conversations with inspiring chefs and the hospitable Brazilians! […]

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  • Taste Brazil, The World In One Kitchen Taste Brazil, From Farm To Table

    Download our e-magazine here to have an exclusive read on our farm-to-table journey, the street food and markets, specially curated recipes and our conversations with inspiring chefs and the hospitable Brazilians!   Taste Brazil, From Farm To Table From the captivating colours of Brazil’s landscapes to the sizzling hot meals she serves up, Brazil’s attractions are […]

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  • Taste Brazil | Frozen or Fresh?

    * This is a sponsored post featuring our partner Sadia Singapore, for #TSSTasteBrazil. All opinions and thoughts expressed are as always, honest and our own. Download our e-magazine here to have an exclusive read on our farm-to-table journey, the street food and markets, specially curated recipes and our conversations with inspiring chefs and the hospitable Brazilians! […]

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  • Blessed 14th birthday The Soup Spoon | Blessed 14th birthday

    Blessed 14th birthday! What an amazing journey it has been, one that is simultaneously filled with tears, laughter, joy, heartaches and heartwarming moments. I have been greatly blessed and I want to thank every single one of you who have soupported us over the years! Of course, things have not exactly been smooth sailing. We had […]

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  • Sumo nabe hotpot Souperinspiration | Sumo Nabe Hotpot

    My Souperinspiration: Sumo Nabe Hotpot Hotpot fit for a sumo wrestler! We have cooked this using soy milk, the first for me, and I was pleasantly surprised by the sweet, rounded delicate flavour of this soup. Soymilk is made from soybeans with high volumes of isoflavin, important in prevention of many cancers, heart diseases and […]

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  • French Ratatouille Souperinspiration | French Ratatouille

    My Souperinspiration:  French Ratatouille French Ratatouille and its origin A really good ratatouille is not one of the quicker dishes to make, as each element is cooked separately before it is arranged in the casserole to partake of a brief communal simmer,” Julia Child writes in her preface to her 1961 Mastering the Art of […]

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  • Irish beef stew with stout Souperinspiration | Irish Beef Stew with stout

    My souperinspiration: Irish Beef Stew with Stout St Patrick’s Day Where is the pot of gold? At the end of the rainbow and with the help of some shamrock! Saint Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick  is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick (c. […]

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  • Chicken gumbo Souperinspiration | Chicken gumbo

    My souperinspiration : Chicken gumbo Gumbo and its origin “The dish personifies the word ‘Creole’; like its human counterparts, gumbo was born in the New World and took cues from the old but adapted to the new.” Cynthia Lejeune Nobles. “What is New Orleans? New Orleans is Creole gumbo, filé gumbo, cowan gumbo, chicken gumbo, smoked sausage […]

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  • Prosperity Black Pepper Beef Stew Souperinspiration | Prosperity Black Pepper Beef Stew

    My souperinspiration: Prosperity Black Pepper Beef Stew Ingredient: Black pepper a prized possession One of my favourite spice has to be black pepper. I add it to all my food, especially my soups and stews even without actually trying the soup. I have researched online and this holds true for most cooks and chefs. A […]

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  • Barramundi Kimchi Jjigae Souperinspiration | Barramundi Kimchi Jjigae

    My souperinspiration: Barramundi Kimchi Jjigae Kimchi Kimchi refers to often fermented vegetable dishes usually made with napa cabbage, Korean radish, or sometimes cucumber, commonly fermented in a brine of ginger, garlic, scallions, and chili pepper. There are endless varieties with regional variations, and it is served as a side dish or cooked into soups and […]

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  • Beef Bourguignon Souperinspiration | Beef Bourguignon

    My souperinspiration: Beef Bourguignon Julie & Julia Julie & Julia is a 2009 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Nora Ephron starring Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Stanley Tucci, and Chris Messina. The film contrasts the life of chef Julia Child in the early years of her culinary career with the life of young New […]

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  • Boston Clam Chowder Souperinspiration | Boston Clam Chowder

    My souperinspiration: Boston Clam Chowder Chowders make a meal “ The day has the colour and the sound of winter. Thoughts turn to chowder. So agreeable the word of those who know chowder’s charm. Chowder breathes reassurance.” These were the words of Clementine Paddleford, an American food journalist for an article titled “Chowders make a […]

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