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At Food For Thought, we gather some of the best recipes around the world, from international celebrity chefs to some of our own. From Asian cuisine to French and Modern European, we gather some of the recipes for fail safe and modern fine dining that you can cook at home.

“A recipe has no soul, you as the cook must bring soul to the recipe.”
— Thomas Keller

Straciatella Recipe | Braci | Food For Thought

Braci’s Stracciatella

To those who are familiar with the fine dining scene in Singapore, the name Braci does not come as any surprise. The modern Italian fine dining restaurant not only has a Michelin star, but has kept it for 3 years consecutively running. With the many delectable dishes that are must tries, chef Mirko Febbrile have generously shared with us the recipe for their Stracciatella, giving us a glimpse on how to make this signature Italian classic at home. Continue reading →
Daniel Boulud's Asparagus Salad with Crispy Egg | Daniel Boulud | db Bistro and Oyster Bar | Food For Thought

Daniel Boulud’s Asparagus Salad with Crispy Egg

For those who are fans of DB Bistro & Oyster Bar at Marina Bay Sands, you can now enjoy some of their signature recipes at home. One such recipe is Daniel Boulud's very own Asparagus Salad with Crispy Egg. The recipe and instructions are made easy to reproduce at home, and has careful steps each and every step of the way, bringing fine dining to your home. Continue reading →
Pad Thai Result | Cooking Class | 137 Pillars House | Food For Thought

Cooking Class: 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai

People today seek uncommon experiences when they travel, and what better way to explore a foreign culture by learning their food. Thai cuisine has become internationally recognised as one of the best cuisines, and what better way than to immerse yourself in the Thai culinary world. 137 Pillars House Chiang Mai is one such boutique hotels that offer this experience as part of their offerings, simply named The Kitchen. This however, is not just a cooking class where you are simply taught a dish, but actually take you to a local market where you explore yourself. Continue reading →
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