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Title:Homestyle Peranakan Food In A Hawker Centre? Why I Learned To Cook | On The Red Dot - I Am A Hawker

28-year-old Sarah Sng disliked cooking but was always interested in starting her own business. She got a taste of what it’s like running an F&B outlet when her parents opened a small Peranakan eatery, giving her an opportunity to learn the ropes. Inspired to make Peranakan cuisine more accessible and affordable, Sarah left her corporate job to dive into the hawker scene. When she first opened the stall, Sarah’s dad was the main chef and Sarah prepped only the side dishes. Determined to run the stall independently, she started learning to cook from her father. It wasn’t easy and came with its share of challenges. It took Sarah over a year to master the culinary craft and nuances of Nyonya food. Now, she has customers commenting that her food reminds them of their grandmothers’ cooking. 00:00 Introduction 00:55 Peranakan food in a hawker centre? 05:01 Sarah's journey to becoming a hawker 09:34 Learning to cook from her dad 13:10 Working hard to gain confidence 18:08 Serving bulk orders of hawker Peranakan food =========== About On The Red Dot: CNA's weekly programme documents the stories of ordinary Singaporeans and celebrates their resilience, identity and sense of belonging. =========== On The Red Dot playlist: #CNAInsider #OnTheRedDot #Hawker #Singapore #Peranakan #Ayam #Food #Curry For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: Facebook: Website:


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