mum’s molasses noodles

When people mention spaghetti in Singaporean contexts I think of shallow bowls filled with tangled pale noodles, the pastel melamine ware fare sold at ‘Western’ stalls in school canteens and hawker centres (‘Western’ as they represent more a derivative style of cooking inherited from Hainanese cooks that worked on British ships, rather than anything remotely… Continue reading mum’s molasses noodles