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Eating food at hawker centre

“And do not worry … hawker centres are very clean and there is no danger of getting sick from the food. After all, this is Singapore!’

STB’s travel site

1. ANY food sold in ANY hawker centre might be contaminated IF there are no proper checks being conducted by the owners/chef/etc.

2. I am not saying the stall holder is at fault but I am not saying that he is not too. The fact remains that a great mishap had happened and this is not the time to pinpoint on who but rather on what can we do to prevent the occurence of this issue again.

3. Some of them are even avoiding ROJAK from ANY stall elsewhere in Singapore too. [ link here and here ]. What, do you think the bacteria only affect ROJAK ? There are others who began to turn to other types of food and its contamination level while the rest turn to talk about the hygienic conditions of the environment.

4. Hell, even fast-food outlets have hidden dangers stored in their own delicacies. Read here for more details.

Gone were the days where most mothers/wives will cook at least 85% of their time and eat out only on Sundays. These days, you can count yourself lucky if come across such a family. Most of us, through our hectic lifestyle, have no time to cook on our own and have to rely on packed foods from outside shops for our daily consumption.

I miss those days when I can eat lunch/dinner personally cook by my grandmas when they were around. I still believe that home cook food are still the best for our body and growth, especially with all the new sickness emerging and circling around.

127 replies on “Eating food at hawker centre”

Fyi, the link for number 4 is missing.

For the record, my mom still cook 90% of the time, and Sundays are reserved for fancier meals like nasi lemak or nasi ayam. Or Mee Rebus (I love my mom’s mee rebus!)! Haha.

My mom is a traditional masseuse who is quite busy too. Superwoman sia.

these days, saya pun lebih suka makan food from home 🙂 kononnya nak jaga badan…. huhu.

wouldnt it be nice kalau satu hari nanti, my kids say “mum’s cooking is the best!”

prob is… i dont know how to cook *grins*

these days, saya pun lebih suka makan food from home 🙂 kononnya nak jaga badan…. huhu.

wouldnt it be nice kalau satu hari nanti, my kids say “mum’s cooking is the best!”

prob is… i dont know how to cook *grins*
Oops…forgot to say great post! Looking forward to your next one.

Huda, in time I’m sure you’ll be a Master Chef. Most mom are one anyway.

I’ve yet to taste your OWN cooking of curry hor. Perhaps this year’s Raya special menu ? :-p

Zul’s mother is truly a SUPERmam! I can attest to the fact that she is a SUPERB cook. Her sambal udang is POWER.

I must learn how to make that power sambal.

Wah! Suhaila, that’s a lot of compliments in one sentence! Hahaha! Ok ok, next raya, you can ask her for the recipe. Hahaha!

Din, ok, can! I’ll try to psycho my family to do an Open House again this year… Before I have to go to my next reservist during raya. ><

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