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Half and Half: Food Edition – featuring Asian Cuisine

In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Half and Half”.

Singapore is a melting pot of cultures, and is no stranger to differences. Where there are differences, there will be combinations and marriages. One area of marriage is food. Here, I present to you some of the most delectable Asian Half and Half.

1. Thai Red Ruby in honeydew sago with coconut milk.

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2. Ritz Apple Strudel in durian flavour. Ritz Apple Strudel was imported from Australia around 2003. Durian is an acquired taste which is largely confined to Singapore and some parts of Malaysia. Singaporeans are so in love with durians that If you find someone eating freeze-dried durians in the U.S. or U.K., you could almost be sure that the person is a Singaporean.

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3. Western-Japanese cuisine.

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4. Mango milk from Paris Baguette, a Korean bakery.

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Enjoy!

Are fusion foods popular in your country? Are you fond of new combinations for the taste buds?

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