Famous Heritage Hawkers all gather at the Big Eat Out
You know how the best Hokkien Mee is probably at the coffeeshop in your neighbourhood but you have never been there precisely because it is so close by? Well, there are probably also a lot of things around Singapore which tourists come to see that you have never been to before. So perhaps it would […]
Hock Lam Beef Kway Teow: Let’s Raise the Bar on Beef Kway Teow!
Minipot Shabu Shabu sets starting from $15 (All proceeds donated to Operation Smile) I recently complained to a TV producer that she should not continue to make TV shows that glamourise $2 hawker meals. I mean, do we really want to encourage more hawkers to compete just price rather than to focus on quality? With […]
Our Charity event was covered in Today’s My Paper. Thanks again to everyone who contributed to the event! It really is a team effort! If you or your organization would also like to be involved in our future endeavours please do write in and let me know. You can view the photos of the event […]
Time flies! The blog is now coming to 2 years old and to celebrate, we are of course having a makan session. Last year, we celebrated our 1st Anniversary at Astons Prime and we managed to raise some money for the Andrew and Grace Home. This year I am trying to do something a little […]
The Andrew and Grace Home provides a safe haven for troubled teen-aged girls. I wrote about one particular girl last year who was hooked on glue sniffing but who eventually found her calling in life through running. You can read her story here. The girls are putting on a concert telling the story of how […]
ieat 1st Anniversary Charity Dinner: Thanks for your support!
Hope you all enjoy the pictures of the ieatishootipost first anniversary Charity Dinner which were taken by Michelle. Thanks Michelle! The Dinner Report We had a great night of food, fun, fellowship and best of all we managed to raise a Grand Total of $7617 for the Andrew and Grace Home for troubled teens. Pastor […]
Andrew and Grace Home: The ieat Charity Makan Session
E is a teenaged girl who has been run but now she has found a real purpose for running. Having dropped out of school last year, the troubled teen got herself into a mess when she got hooked on glue sniffing. After several fallouts, her mother felt that she was beyond parental control and filed […]
Feeling down and need some Kiam Chye Ah (Salted Veg Duck – Teochew panacea) for the Soul? Well, let me tell you the story of Khotee. I first mentioned her in my blog on Care Corner Orphanage, where I highlighted the plight of Thai orphans being sold into the sex trade. Khotee is one of […]
I would just like to take some time out from food to highlight the plight of orphans in Thailand. In Singapore, the problem of orphaned children is not common, so most of us may not realise what is happening in places like Thailand. Unwanted children are the fault of their parents, sometimes justified, oftentimes not. […]