Singapore Cooks: 'Confinement daddy' whips up a mean dish of vinegar pork trotters

Mr Linus Eng adopts the traditional method of preparing the stock a day in advance, so that the ginger and vinegar flavours can be infused in his vinegar pork trotters. ST PHOTO: JASMINE CHOONG
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SINGAPORE - Call him the "confinement daddy".

Mr Linus Eng, 50, a director in a building construction company, made vinegar pork trotters for his wife's confinement after she gave birth to their second daughter, Kay Ling, who is now 12.

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