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VIDEO: BEST MENTAIKO DISHES AT SHOKUTSU TEN
In my food picks column published two days ago, I recommended a couple of mentaiko treats at Japanese food street Shokutsu Ten. Participating restaurants include Ichiban Sushi, Tokyo Eater and Kabe No Ana.
Aside from the dishes that I mentioned in the column, I also enjoyed Ichiban Sushi's Ishiyaki Mentai Chazuke Wazen ($21.90) - a set that comes with tempura dory, chawanmushi, mentaiko ice cream and a hot-stone bowl of rice with stir-fried pork belly and large whole pieces of mentaiko. Add dashi to the rice to make chazuke.
Watch a video about Shokutsu Ten's mentaiko madness offerings: str.sg/mentaiko
VIDEO: MCDONALD'S RAMADAN ADVERTISEMENT
McDonald's Singapore released a tear-jerking Ramadan advertisement that has been making its rounds online.
The 1min 52sec video has even been picked up by international media. In fact, a tweet with the clip has gone viral, garnering more than 23,000 likes and 26,000 retweets.
The ad, developed by advertising firm DDB, chronicles a McDonald's delivery rider's day, starting with suhur, or a pre-dawn meal, with his family, till dusk, when a customer offers him a McDonald's meal to break his fast.
Watch the Ramadan advertisement by McDonald's Singapore: str.sg/ofZT
RECIPES TO TRY
Here are three Asian-style recipes for home cooks who are strapped for time.
Taken from Malaysian newspaper The Star, the recipes include one for deep-fried black pomfret served with a fragrant spice paste sauce; Thai honey prawns; and chicken in a savoury coriander, tomato and garlic sauce.
Three saucy dishes for family dinners by Malaysian chef Amy Beh: str.sg/ofUb
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