It is good to see hawkers thinking out of the box and making traditional foods like muah chee (glutinous rice cakes) more hip and attractive to the younger generations! It is also heartening to know that our food culture is deeply embedded inside the belly of every true blue Singaporean. I say this because the video […]
When I asked Mr Teo, the Muah Chee man who is still making his dish by hand to take part in the Ultimate Hawker Fest, he told me that he will get back to me on it. I hadn’t heard from him after a month, so I thought that he wasn’t too keen to take […]
Hougang 6 mile Famous Muah Chee: Black Muah Chee to usher in Chinese New Year!
Ever seen black Muah Chee before? Well, I don’t blame you if you haven’t cos this is one of the fast disappearing foods in Singapore made by the last artisanal Muah Chee man in town! The Muah Chee man told me that the Black Muah Chee is only served during the Chinese New Year period […]
Hougang 6 mile Famous Muah Chee: Artisanal Muah Che; The Last One Standing
Muah Chee $2, $3, $5 Did you get to eat freshly made Putu Mayam before it finally disappeared from the streets of Singapore? I didn’t, and just like the Tasmanian Tiger, the artisanal Putu Mayam man its now extinct. (But just like the Tasmanian Tiger, I always hear rumors that there might be one still […]