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Culinary champions

Singapore is a force to reckon with in international cooking competitions. Rachel Loi finds out how our chefs got to be so good.
Mar 4, 2017 5:50 AM

EVERY four years, the Olympics and the World Cup take place. No, not the one about sports and soccer, but the Culinary Olympics and Culinary World Cup, both of which follow the same time table.

Unless you've been following the scene, Singapore chefs' prowess at the competitive level isn't

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