A fun illustrated book that provides an informative journey through some of Singapore’s most popular dishes, from traditional favorites to trendy foods that have become staples
The Little Book of Singapore Food Illustrated invites you to explore the colorful variety of food that makes up the Singaporean palate.
Whether you’re a food noob or enthusiast, this illustrated cookbook promises a quick, fun and drool-worthy journey through some of the little island’s most popular foods.
The dishes range from time-tested hawker fare and trendy foods that have quickly become Singaporean staples, to nostalgic treats that bring back fond childhood memories, including:
• chicken rice
• wanton mee
• ang ku kueh
• bubble tea
• egg tarts
• iced gem biscuits
• roti jala
Informative headnotes tell the stories behind the dishes and detailed illustrated steps show the techniques behind each creation.
Although food was a great part of her life growing up, (#livetoeat) it was only out of necessity in her young adulthood that Emily Yeo set foot in the kitchen. After deciding the corporate life was not for her, Emily took an early childhood education course and kickstarted a whole new teaching adventure that culminated in her establishing the culinary studio, The Little Things. Along the way, she has cooked and baked with thousands of children, learning and discovering numerous recipes. Her mission is to help everyone get a taste of the wonders and joys of food through her classes.
Benjamin Wang trained as a graphic designer but is an illustrator at heart. He runs Frus, a company that customizes illustrations and designs handcrafted items, including plush toys, cards and tote bags. Benjamin believes food brings people together, and he hopes this book will spark many meaningful conversations and connections.