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Fried Flat Noodles
April 13, 2009, 8:01 am
Filed under: Chinese

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Char Kway Teow, which literally means “fried flat noodles”, is one of the most loved hawker dishes in Singapore. The crisp croutons of fried pork lard is what gives it its characteristic flavor. But due to its high fat content, Char Kway Teow has a reputation of being an unhealthy dish. To cater to the growing pool of health conscious Singaporeans, some hawkers have minimized the addition of oil while others substitute pork lard with Ikan Bilis and leafy greens instead.

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FREE FLOW!
March 24, 2009, 1:14 pm
Filed under: Chinese

It was meant to be a dinner for 8 but due to people cooking up lame excuses at the very last minute unforeseen circumstances, cancellations had to be made and a table for 8 then became a table for 2. Yes, just the 2 of us, my other half and me.

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