FW May 2011

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[MUSIC] I'm [UNKNOWN], I'm the founder of [UNKNOWN]. We are a little [INAUDIBLE] company. Over the years we realized That food as a culture is the greatest leveler. It brings everybody together. It brings cultures together. People bond over food. The [UNKNOWN] barbecue seafood sauce is really called a [UNKNOWN] Cooked and fried everything they have. Kind of a [INAUDIBLE] Restaurant jam into a [INAUDIBLE]. [MUSIC] Food is my excuse to explore All the work. [MUSIC] I come to realize that there are only two types of food in this world, good and bad. All else is nonsense and public relations. And if you come across a really good flavor, You bow down. You give into that flavor, to the chef, to the culture. And you learn so much more about culinary craft. Your experience of existence is heightened. Fried Hokkien prawn noodles is a true blue, born and bred in Singapore dish. What kind of food do I like? I like this. Food that makes me happy in a very natural environment, not pretentious, it's so real. Life born with the dish, I think I've born with more than the dish. The dish reminds of a People reminds me of you know the little intricacies the stories behind the creation of a dish. Laksa is the most iconic street food dished up by the Peranakans or the Malays. This is a war zone. There's three shops here, three warring factions, Nancy of 328, the lady across at 49, and one more stall across the road at Atong Plaza. Just as long our faculties are intact, it's just so exciting to be alive, to breathe, smell, touch To see, hear, feel. Did I say eat? You got to eat. [BLANK_AUDIO]
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FW May 2011


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