Connie Clarkson’s Peranakan Masterclass SOLD OUT

Join Connie, her daughters Ruth and Liz, and Peter to make Connie’s family classics Nonya Poh Piah (fresh spring rolls filled with bamboo shoots, pork, crispy lettuce, cucumber, prawns and sweet sauce) and Ayam Curry Kapitan (a rich chicken curry ) with yellow rice.

Connie’s culinary roots come from growing up in a Peranakan family in Singapore (think Crazy Rich Asians minus the “rich”) The history of Singapore’s Peranakan culture goes as far back as the 15th century, when Chinese immigrants were settling in Malaya (now Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore) in increasing numbers. Today, the Straits-born Chinese, also known as Peranakan Chinese, are the descendants of those immigrants.

These are two classic Peranakan dishes that have travelled with Connie and her family all their lives.

Price: $165

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Due to ingredient, preparation and labour costs incurred in advance of the class, cancellation of attendance must be made a minimum of four days prior to the booking or payment becomes non-refundable. If you need cancel then please try to get your friends to take your place.

No-shows or last minute cancellations are not refunded.

Should the class chef be unavailable to conduct their cooking class due to personal reasons or illness, all attendees for that class will be notified at the time. The class may still go ahead, where applicable, with one of Homeland's team stepping in to take the lesson.

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