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Gourmet19 February 2021
The Zero Percent

Once trivialised and mocked, the world of non- alcoholic drinks is now seeing a renaissance, thanks to a new generation of diners and restaurateurs and a growing desire for mindful drinking.

Gourmet, Made in Singapore11 February 2021
What 5 Different Dialect Groups Eat During Chinese New Year — And The One Dish That Every Dialect Group Has in Common

Veteran chef Damian D'Silva of Kin tells us the history behind several notable Chinese New Year dishes.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture, Art & Design25 January 2021
T Suggests: An Islandwide Celebration of the Arts, a Café that Combines Magic and Brunch, and a Fashion Collection that Features Doraemon

Returning for its 9th edition, the Singapore Art Week features a slew of exhibitions both virtual and physical.

Gourmet20 January 2021
The Restaurant That Wants to Make Plant-based Food More Accessible

With its extensive menu of vegan-friendly delights and grocery section stocked with plant-based alternatives, the newly opened Green Common restaurant at VivoCity hopes to make going green easier for people in Singapore.

Beauty, Trending, Gourmet8 January 2021
T Suggests: A Collection of Stylish Ski Gear, a Skincare Brand That Uses Rare Metals, and a Restaurant Inspired by Nature

Dior's Ski Capsule line-up features a selection of apparel, accessories and ski gear with designs inspired by vintage images of Japanese winter sports.

Gourmet30 December 2020
T Picks: Bars That Serve Delicious Non-Alcoholic Cocktails For New Year’s Eve

Ring in the new year with a clear mind with these tasty alcohol-free cocktails.

Art & Design, Gourmet, Trending29 December 2020
T Suggests: An Exhibition Curated by the Community, an Unlikely Fashion Collaboration, and New Menus to Celebrate ‘Veganuary’

The special showcase at the Asian Civilisations Museum features over 60 artefacts from its archives, some of which have never been displayed to the public before.

Gourmet28 December 2020
T Picks: The Best Places to Celebrate (or Take Away) Your New Year's Eve Dinner

While you start putting together supper clubs and dinner groups of more than 5 (but no more than 8), here are 5 restaurants that you'll want to check out for New Year's Eve.

Gourmet24 December 2020
In the Arctic, Reindeer Are Sustenance and a Sacred Presence

For the Indigenous communities who herd the animals, safeguarding dying culinary traditions isn’t merely about eating but about protecting a longstanding way of life.

Gourmet, Object of Desire, Art & Design21 December 2020
T Suggests: An Exclusive Collector’s Box for Whisky Aficionados, an Intimate Exhibition of Singapore’s History, and a Fashionable Line of Camera Accessories

With only 15 sets available across Singapore and Malaysia, The Balvenie’s exquisite collector’s box is made for the most discerning of whisky connoisseurs.

Gourmet10 December 2020
The Appealing and Potentially Lethal Delicacy That Is Fugu

Eating has been a perilous act for most of human history, but Western diners have lately become that much more obsessed with the idea that our meals might destroy us.

Art & Design, Gourmet, Made in Singapore26 November 2020
A Singaporean Photographer Who Reimagines Singaporean Cuisine

In “For Here or Takeaway,” the Singaporean photographer Brian Bong presents hawker favourites as you’ve never seen it before.

Entertainment & Culture, Gourmet18 November 2020
The Fashion Photographer Who Traded Film for Flour

Six years ago, Norman Jean Roy walked away from his career behind the camera. These days, he’s baking bread.

Gourmet, Beauty, Art & Design7 November 2020
T Suggests: An Industrial Shophouse, a Taste of New York in Singapore, and a Chic Youthful Fragrance

In Singapore, Figment adds the Alexandra House to its assemblage of boutique co-living shophouses with a modern redesign — and more.

Gourmet, Wellness23 October 2020
How to Create Your Own Herbal Tea Garden

For these uncertain times, a step-by-step guide to growing brew-friendly plants at home, and using them to make infusions that soothe and restore.

Gourmet, T | Cooking Class21 October 2020
Cooking Class | A Surprisingly Simple Fish Dish From a High-Concept Design Duo

Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu perfected their adaptable halibut recipe over several summers at their cantilevered, glass-walled home on Long Island.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture, Beauty14 October 2020
T Suggests: A Fresh Mediterranean Feast, a Short Film on Singapore’s Art Scene and an Eco-Friendly Sunblock

In Singapore, the celebrity chef Daniel Boulud launches a special Mediterranean-themed menu — and more.

Gourmet13 October 2020
When Invasive Species Become the Meal

Is dining on nature’s predators an act of environmentalism — or just a new way for humans to bend the world to our will?

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture2 October 2020
In Singapore, a New Dining Experience Dishes Up Food for Thought

Nouri’s sister outlet Appetite parks food, music, and art under one roof.

Gourmet, Wellness29 September 2020
Are Mushrooms the Future of Wellness?

Long thought to have medicinal benefits, fungi including reishi, lion’s mane and chaga are gaining popularity in the wellness world.

Art & Design, Gourmet21 September 2020
Mushrooms, the Last Survivors

Neither plant nor animal, mushrooms have confounded humans since ancient times. Now, they’re a reminder of our tenuous place in an uncertain world.

Gourmet, Art & Design, Trending19 September 2020
T Suggests: A Fashion Designer’s Rattan Furniture, A Fermentation-Forward Feast, and Lobster Rolls

The Singaporean fashion designer Priscilla Shunmugam’s first foray into furniture designing — and more.

T | On Set, Gourmet17 September 2020
Cooking Class | Beth Bugdaycay’s Prized Family Vegetable Recipe

When the jewellery designer Beth Bugdaycay serves her favourite green beans, she is not only feeding her own family but paying tribute to her husband’s Turkish heritage.

Gourmet, Made in Singapore12 September 2020
A Day Inside a Handmade Mooncake Factory in Singapore

Right before a pandemic-ridden Mid-Autumn Festival, T spends a day at the factory of Singaporean bakery Tai Chong Kok, whose mooncakes are still made by hand.

Gourmet, Art & Design10 September 2020
Deconstructing Indonesian Cuisine, Through Photographs

Documenting quotidian ingredients that go into the making of staple Indonesian dishes, a photographer and a home cook capture the cuisine in a poignant light.

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