What to eat for supper in Singapore when you’re done Christmas partying
Every Christmas plays out the same way in most Singaporean households: we open our presents with our families in the morning, stuff our faces with glorious food during lunch and dinner, then proceed to head out to meet our friends to party the night away until the wee hours of the morning.
Of course, the night doesn’t end there. Any true blue Singaporean would tell you that the only way to prevent your Christmas boozing from turning you into a cast member of The Walking Dead the next day is to eat before you sleep.
And that means a slice of stale bread won’t cut it. It’s got to be artery-clogging sinful nosh to soak up those shots you thought were a great idea at the time. Read more…