Being stuck at home during this period can make us lose track of time; the days and weeks all feel the same and it is easy to slip into a monotonous routine during this excruciatingly difficult period. However, in the midst of everything, it is important to remember to take care of our health and wellbeing so as to not spiral out of control.
Aside from following Youtube workout videos and adopting good hygiene practices, one thing we should all try to do is to eat better so that our body has the fuel to function well. This includes our recommended daily intake of 2 servings of fruit a day.
If you don’t know how and where to stock up on fruits in Singapore, here is a list of 13 places that have fresh fruits delivery services so you can get #stayhome, get your fresh fruits online and enjoy them at home.
COVID-19 has left Singapore’s F&B industry in a catastrophic mess, especially after dining out was banned during the Circuit Breaker period. Eateries have been struggling to make ends meet and despite many of them still allowing takeaway or delivery, it is not always enough.
So, it isn’t surprising that a number of these dining establishments have had to shut their doors and leave Singapore’s F&B industry. Over the past few months, we’ve heard of the closing of a number of reputable restaurants across our little red dot and it is truly heartbreaking.
Just recently, there have been rumours that Stärker Group has become one of the next casualties of the pandemic. Are these, however, true? We will find out by 10 June 2020.
You’ve had their burgers. You’ve had their shakes.
And now, there’s one more place you can snag Shake Shack‘s grub at — Liat Towers.
Shake Shack will be opening its third outlet at Orchard Road on 5 August 2020. This isn’t too long after the opening of their second outlet along Neil Road earlier on in February this year.
One of our favourite hawker centres in Singapore will be reopening on 17 June 2020 after delayed renovation completion.
Bedok 85 Fengshan Market has been closed for renovations and was initially supposed to reopen on 17 April 2020, but was this was affected by the Circuit Breaker.
Okay, we’re not going to lie. This peanut butter mug cake is the most arguably the easiest fuss-free treat we’ve made, and it’s easily one of our favourites. And who could turn down a peanut butter treat? Certainly not us. Moreover, it’s literally the perfect treat if you’re looking for a quick one and you don’t have a lot of time on your hands. Or maybe you’re just not in the mood to make a treat that requires a lot of steps. Trust us, we feel that sometimes too.
This viral TikTok peanut butter mug cake recipe is all over the app, and we just had to try it out for ourselves. It’s simple, uncomplicated, and so very, very delicious. Literally a great pick-me-up treat that will make your day a hundred times better.
Here’s the easiest viral TikTok peanut butter mug cake recipe you can make in just 1 minute.
Following the popularity of the Mala Oden is the Spicy Clam Noodles, or better known as Hua Jia Fen.
Also brought in by snacksdelivery.sg, this instant noodles from China is the trending snack in both China and Singapore now and the cartons of stocks have been selling like hotcakes since its launch.
It is quite different from the Mala Oden, but no less satisfying.
There are two types of people in this world — the ones who prefer peppery bak kut teh and the ones who prefer the herbal version. There’s no sitting on the fence for this one. It’s all about personal preference.
Whatever it is, this soupy dish just seems to have this magical ability to kick start your appetite, even if you weren’t hungry in the first place. And one of the best parts of bak kut teh isn’t even the dish itself, it’s the side dishes that come along with it. Preserved vegetables, vinegar pig trotters and braised intestines — all part of the package.
We’ve compiled this guide of 15 bak kut teh places in Singapore that are offering islandwide delivery during this period.
One thing that we have sorely been missing during the Circuit Breaker is the freedom to go cafe hopping. While we can’t experience the chill atmosphere and aesthetic layout of our favourite cafes, we still can try to recreate some popular cafe dishes in our kitchens while we stay home.
A popular menu item that you can attempt to make is luncheon meat fries. These thick strips of fried goodness are painfully addictive, but at the same time, they aren’t the most healthy appetiser around as everything is deep-fried. If you have an air fryer, make these fries a little less sinful by cooking them in it. We have here a simple 9-step recipe you can follow to do up your very own cafe-style luncheon meat fries with an air fryer.