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MARTHA STEWART WEBSITE MISTAKES DURIAN FOR JACKFRUIT
Famed American television personality and domestic goddess Martha Stewart's eponymous lifestyle website made a blunder last week when it mistook durian for jackfruit.
An article, titled Here's Exactly How To Use Jackfruit, used an image of durian instead of jackfruit, resulting in flak from netizens.
Read more about the durian-jackfruit hullabaloo: str.sg/omjW
TAIGAI OPENS AT NEX
Popular Chinese speciality tea chain TaiGai opened its first overseas store at Nex mall in Serangoon Central earlier this month.
The chain from Shenzhen plans to launch another seven stores in Singapore by the end of next year.
TaiGai opens here: str.sg/omsH
VIDEO: BEHIND THE SCENES AT MAJESTIC RESTAURANT
The second episode of new food series A Day In The Kitchen, featuring chef-owner Yong Bing Ngen of Chinese restaurant Majestic at Marina One, was released last Thursday.
Watch a video about what running a high-end Chinese restaurant entails: str.sg/majestic
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