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1. DRINK: Speciality coffee delivered to you[hhmc]
Cafe Cartisan. PHOTO: CAFE CARTISAN

Speciality coffee producers say they are seeing a surge in demand for their cold brews, capsules, drip bags and ground coffee; as well as a spike in capsule subscriptions, which ensure a constant supply of coffee to one's home.

ST food correspondent Eunice Quek checks out brews from brands such as Cafe Cartisan, Bootstrap Beverages and Hook Coffee.

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2. LISTEN: A podcast on Mandopop[hhmc]

As one of Singapore's most famous music exports celebrates her 20th anniversary in showbiz, the #PopVultures dive into Stefanie Sun's (centre) music and the factors that went into making her famous. PHOTO: FACEBOOK, YEO SAM JO, JAN LEE

It has been 20 years since homegrown singer Stefanie Sun debuted with her hit single Cloudy Day.

In this Pop Vultures podcast, The Straits Times dives into her music and what made her famous.

What made Sun's first album, Yan Zi (2000), special? Why did her music and image stand out in a sea of new singers?

The podcast addresses these questions and dips into early 2000s Mandopop nostalgia.

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3. Comfort Cooking: Egg tofu to jazz up a homecooked meal[hhmc]

Egg Tofu With Crab Meat And Leek goes well with rice. The leek keeps the seafood from overpowering the rest of the dish and adds sweetness to the gravy. ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO

Egg tofu with crab meat and leek is one of my favourite dishes to jazz up a homecooked meal.

The dish of egg tofu covered in a glistening gravy of crab meat and leek, thickened with an egg white, is appetising and goes perfectly with rice.

Growing up, I remember eating versions of this dish at zichar stalls and Chinese restaurants. I always found dinner a little more exciting when tofu slathered in crab meat gravy was served on a hot plate.

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4. 30 Days Of Art With NAC: Memories Are Water Shaped As Stories by Fairoz Ahmad[hhmc]

We will remember what we want to remember and we will forget what we want to forget. No. We will not forget what we want to forget. We shape them to what they need to be. Memories are water shaped as stories.


ST ILLUSTRATION: MIEL

Force hits water. Words are displaced. Wet. Some words are drenched. The lazier words float on waRead More – Source

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