Create Sustainable Michelin Meals at Home

The Singapore Festival (SSF) returns for its 28th Edition from 27th August to 12th September. This year’s theme is’ Savour Singapore in Every Bite.’

Make sure to catch the exciting line-up of live cooking masterclasses. In conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival, learn how to create your very own Michelin-meal while practising sustainable efforts with Chef Jeremy Gillon from one-Michelin starred restaurant JAG. Award-winning Chef Jeremy Gillon demonstrates the process of making tender ravioli from scratch, utilising Sustenir locally grown Kale and Spinach as well as seasonal French herbs.  Don’t miss out on their culinary masterclasses that are out now until 12th September. The masterclasses are free for public viewing. For the full listing of master classes view the schedule here.

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Discover sustainable cooking through culinary innovation and experimentation  

Focusing of Fresh Flavours: Seasonal Simplicity (Restaurant JAG featuring Sustenir)

Chef Jeremy Gillon

Chef Jeremy Gillon

Date: 29th August 2021, 3.00pm

Award-winning Chef Jeremy Gillon from one-Michelin starred restaurant, JAG, demonstrates how to make tender ravioli from scratch, using Sustenir locally grown kale and spinach as well as seasonal French herbs.

Watch the video here

 

From Skin to Bones (Salted and Hung)

Chef Drew Nocente

Chef Drew Nocente

Date: 11th September 2021, 9.00am

Barramundi Fish Soup

Barramundi Fish Soup

Discover how to incorporate sustainability into your own cooking by making a comforting bowl of Barramundi Fish Soup with Chef Drew Nocente.

 

#KIAPTOGETHER (KIAP featuring Omni Meats)

Chef Lthena Lye

Chef Lthena Lye

Date: 12th September 2021, 5.00pm

Plant-based Bun Cha Tacos.

Plant-based Bun Cha Tacos.

If you’re a big fan of plant-based options, join Chef Lthena Lye and learn to create plant-based Bun Cha Tacos. The menu will also be incorporating Omni mince as well as a side of Som Tum salad with OmniMeat Strips.

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Check out the Singapore Food Festival Official Website here: https://singaporefoodfestival.sg/  for more details.