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Singapore Katong Laksa

Laksa is a noodle dish commonly found in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. While the precise origin of the dish is unknown, what is certain is it is a signature dish of the Peranakan cuisine. The Peranakans are descendants of Chinese migrants…

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What is fermented fish sauce?

Chinese:  魚露 Ancient Chinese: 鮨 Korean: Jeotgal 젓갈, Jeot 젓 Japanese: 魚醤 Thai: nam pla น้ำปลา Vietnamese: nước mắm Tagalog: patis Ancient Greek: Garos γάρον Latin: Garum, Liquamen English: Worcestershire sauce, fish pickle, fish sauce I am very fortunate to have an understanding partner, who lets me cook whatever I…

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