Here are some highlights on The Straits Times' food website - ST Food, straitstimesfood.com.
THE GREAT FOOD FESTIVAL
The second edition of Resorts World Sentosa's Great Food Festival will feature chef collaborations, baking masterclasses and gin appreciation sessions.
Highlights include a six-hands meal led by Australian chef Dylan Jones of Thailand's one-Michelin-starred restaurant Bo.lan and baking sessions by social media baking star Matt Adlard, better known as the Topless Baker.
The four-day event runs from Sept 27 to 30.
The Great Food Festival: str.sg/oPB9
BLUE WINE MAKES A SPLASH
Purists may turn their noses up at a blue-coloured chardonnay, but wine drinkers in the southern French town of Sete cannot seem to get enough of it.
The Spanish-made wine is filtered through a pulp of red grape skins which contain a natural pigment, anthocyanin, and gives the wine its electric blue colour, a Reuters article said.
Watch a video and read more about this wine trend.
Sacre bleu! Blue wine makes a splash in southern France: str.sg/oPNR
RECIPES TO TRY
Try four quick recipes that you can whip up in just 30 minutes. Cooking tasty one-dish meals for two has never been this easy.
ST Food has a story from Malaysian newspaper The Star, which features recipes for noodles and pasta by media buyer Elaine Chiou. Ms Chiou runs a recipe blog called ciouyourfood.com.
Her recipes include saffron prawn pasta and poached silken chicken noodles.
Easy one-dish recipes for two: str.sg/oPdF
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