I want to bring back the nonya cuisine (my childhood dishes) to the Peranakan community no matter where you are in the world; however, I want to do it in a way that is conducive to the Peranakan community of the 21st century.
Why am I doing this?
FAMILY – Share your cultural dishes with your family and friends.
Reconnect with your roots by sharing your cultural and traditional dishes with your family and friends, and make living away from home easier.
CULTURE – Nonya Cuisine is becoming a thing of the past.
Due to its complexity and labour-intensive preparation of the dishes, as well as we now lack time, knowledge and raw ingredients, it can be discouraging for busy individuals to learn and preserve the skill of cooking nonya cuisine.
CONNECTIONS – Bridge Cultural and Generational Gaps from your kitchen.
One of the easiest ways to bond with your children is to introduce your culture to your children through your cultural food, i.e. childhood dishes.
How am I going to do that?
I will share with you simple and fun ways to prepare these amazing peranakan/nonya dishes that normally takes hours to prepare with readymade pastes all the way from Penang. I will show you how to create different nonya dishes from these amazing readymade pastes!
Let’s create nonya dishes that you grew up with – the FUN way!