• Malay heritage snack Roti Boyan still popular and easy to make
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    Reena Devi

    Malay heritage snack Roti Boyan still popular and easy to make

    You may have spotted this popular heritage snack at Malay food stalls around Singapore. Called Roti Boyan (Bawean), they are either shaped into round or square pastries and deep fried till golden brown. The filling is made of potatoes, onions, celery, spring onions, pepper, salt and egg mixed well together.

  • Healing New Orleans: Apothecary Spots in the Creole City
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    Noël Duan

    Healing New Orleans: Apothecary Spots in the Creole City

    New Orleans has always been a site of healing — even before the French Mississippi Company officially founded the Louisiana city in 1718. 1300 years before Europeans colonized the swampy land, the Mississippi culture, a mound-building Native American civilization, thrived in the bayou, using the herbs of the land for healing rituals linked to the cycles of agriculture. After les Français and los Españoles moved in with their European-trained pharmacists and brought in African slaves who had their own medicinal traditions, Louisiana’s apothecary heritage became as creole as its music, cuisine, and language.

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