Singapore Cooks

Keeping parents' soup legacy alive

Former strategy director's family used to sell herbs and she plans to start business selling herbal soups that are hip and fun

Madam Queena Kok says the double-boiled "power-up" herbal soup helps to relieve stress, fight fatigue and calm one down after a long day.
Madam Queena Kok says the double-boiled "power-up" herbal soup helps to relieve stress, fight fatigue and calm one down after a long day.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
Madam Queena Kok says the double-boiled "power-up" herbal soup helps to relieve stress, fight fatigue and calm one down after a long day.
DOUBLE-BOILED “POWER UP” HERBAL SOUP.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

Madam Queena Kok looks set to be a queen of soup.

She prepares nourishing brews daily for her husband and four-year-old son - just like what her mother used to do.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on November 10, 2019, with the headline 'Keeping parents' soup legacy alive'. Print Edition | Subscribe