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Memories From The Rafflesian Table
Food is integral to our lives. It perpetuates our heritage and connects people. We share food whenever we come together, whether at a party for six or a feast for sixty. What more delectable way to honour our alma mater than with a beautifully crafted celebratory cookbook? Entitled “Consuming Passion: Memories From The Rafflesian Table”, this book is a stylish and heart-warming legacy of gastronomic treasures. Distinguished alumni, current and past teachers and principals have generously shared their delicious family heirloom recipes.
Consuming Passion was officially launched on 9 March 2013 at a Gala Tea in the school hall. All proceeds from the sale of Consuming Passion will go towards supporting the development of performing arts in RGS. The book is available for purchase at the General Office, Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary) on Monday to Saturday, during office hours. The retail price is S$30 (inclusive of GST) per copy, while stocks last. Payment by credit/debit card is available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
The book will make a beautiful and thoughtful gift for all occasions – birthdays, weddings, wonderful corporate gift for clients or for someone going abroad for further studies.
Have you gotten your Consuming Passion placemats and coasters yet ?
Need an appetite teaser at your dining table ?
The mouth-watering photos from the book which won the Best in The Country (Singapore) title in the Photography category of the Gourmand World Cookbooks Awards 2011 are now available as a set of placemats and coasters. Priced at S$39.90, the set consists of 6 placemats and 6 coasters.
We look forward to your whole-hearted support.
- Maisie Chan's PIQUANT PICKLES: page 16, step 3, line 7, ‘hvineger’ should read as ‘vinegar’
- Stefanie Sun's STEAMED YAM CAKE: page 132, ‘Bake Time 4 hrs’ should read as ‘Cook Time 1 hr’
- Monisha Cheong’s BENGALI FISH CUTLETS: page 36, step 1, line 2, ‘turmeric power’ should read as ‘turmeric powder’
- Imelda and Belinda Tanoto’s MEE SUA SOUP: page 137, ‘Bake Time’ should read as ‘Cook Time’
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