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VIDEO: THREE HIPSTER HAWKERS
Three young hawkerpreneurs - Ms Cheryl Tan, 24, Ms Cheryl Sou, 26, and Mr Saddad Haque, 30 - have set up shop at the newly opened two-storey Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre at 110 Pasir Ris Central.
Ms Tan runs Tasty Street, a grain bowl stall, while Ms Sou sells Korean fare at Seoul Shiok. Mr Saddad is the owner of chicken and beef kebab specialist EPIKebabs.
Watch a video about the hawker centre and what these young hawkerpreneurs sell: http://str.sg/hawker
LOCAL FAST-FOOD CHAIN OPENS IN JURONG
Craving fried chicken? Home-grown fast-food chain Arnold's Fried Chicken, which was founded more than 30 years ago, opened its fifth outlet last week.
Its latest outlet, located at The Frontier Community Club in Jurong West Central 3, is the chain's first foray into the western end of the island. The chain had previously expanded in only the eastern and northern parts of Singapore.
Arnold's Fried Chicken opens new outlet: http://str.sg/oUv6
A RECIPE TO TRY
Simmered onions form a hearty base for a stew. Try The New York Times' recipe for a beer-braised beef and onion stew made with Spanish onions as well as herbs and spices such as sweet paprika, bay leaves, thyme and ground coriander.
You can also use pork, lamb or venison as alternatives. Ladle the stew over noodles, pasta, polenta, rice or quinoa - all of these work well to absorb the flavours of the gravy.
Beer-braised beef and onions recipe: http://str.sg/owUJ
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