Tea and History
TEA & HISTORY @ HOME HOSPITALITY
(KUEH MAGNET MAKING INCLUDED)
(Duration: 2.0 hours)
OPERATIONS: Weekday Morning or Afternoon
(except public holidays and weekends)
Minimum 4 guests, Maximum 8 guests
Served all sorts of steamed cakes, both savoury and sweet. The cakes span a range of cuisines from Eurasian, Chinese to Malay, all made with the respective moulds from their culture.
A beautiful home that blends professional architectural design with the art from her artist husband. It is located along a quiet and charming landed estate close to Little India.
About the Host
Jasmine Tan’s international upbringing has ignited a lifelong passion for Southeast Asia, in particular, its food culture. She is deeply interested in researching and documenting perishable Asian cooking artefacts – traditional wooden moulds for cakes and kuehs – that are slowly vanishing today. She owns an impressive collection of wooden moulds collected from all around the region.
Despite having retired from her profession as a lawyer, she has gone on to earn a Master degree in Southeast Asian studies from the National University of Singapore.
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