Halloween is definitely the sweetest yet scariest night of the year and we can help you celebrate the ghastly affair with plenty of wicked food ideas. We’ve got tips for everything from decorating Halloween cookies to making skull-shaped pancakes. Why not celebrate Hallow’s Eve with a grisly cake or bloody cocktails? Or how about a cheese mummy and fun candy corn jello?
In case you haven't made a your jack-o-lantern yet, we've got plenty of tips and tricks for carving pumpkins. If child's play isn't part of your Halloween celebration, we've got plenty of sophiscated dishes to help you celebrate Hallow's Eve in style. Be safe, have fun and enjoy a Happy Halloween!
Should the Michelin Guide continue to award stars to Singapore's hawker stalls? Do Singaporeans really care what the Red Guide says about their favourite street food? Singaporean food writer Evelyn Chen shares her point of view.