Project Takeaway: Save Leftovers

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Project Takeaway: Save Leftovers

Food wastage isn’t new. We’ve all heard of it. We’re all aware of it. We’ve all discussed it. We’ve all talked about ways to reduce it. Unfortunately, once those discussions are over, we go about our lives, wanting to make a difference but often not knowing how. According to FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), around 800 million people suffer from chronicRead Now

Cooking with Gourmet Greens – A Unique Culinary Class

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Presented by FIJI Water and hosted by award-winning Chef Jo Ann Ng. Vegetarians, here is your chance to expand your culinary repertoire at home, with ‘Cooking with Gourmet Greens’. And meat-eaters, this should be a unique opportunity for you too, to appreciate vegetables and hone your vegetarian-cooking skills. This upcoming hands-on cooking class aims to showcase how to make vegetables the “hero” on any plate,Read Now

Fantastic and Authentic Italian Food at iO Italian Osteria

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Vegetarian Friendly Meter – Kid Friendly Meter – iO Italian Osteria has practically taken the West by storm, umm, the West of Singapore I mean. This lovely Italian restaurant, which opened not too long ago in Hill V2 (on Hillview Avenue), proves that a good restaurant will find a clientele no matter the location. While a few restaurants in Hill V2 have struggled and a coupleRead Now

Interview: Chetan Bhagat

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Originally Published on Urbandesis.com on 17/03/2016 Chetan Bhagat. The public loves him. The critics, not so much. Many of us would have first heard of him when he broke out as a writer with his novels Five Point Someone and One Night @ the Call Center. Today he has 8 blockbuster books (6 fiction) to his name. And he sells. His books have sold overRead Now