A modern take on the tradition Indian spice box. This gold kit features a beautiful, full-colour, hardcover cookbook with 9 organic spices (all the spices you need to cook the recipes) beautifully packaged in tins and solid wooden blocks.
A modern take on the tradition Indian spice box. This silver kit features a beautiful, full-colour, hardcover cookbook with 9 organic spices (all the spices you need to cook the recipes) beautifully packaged in tins and solid wooden blocks.
A taste of the Indian heritage of Singapore! Celebrate your love for flavourful food with this selection of 4 organic spices from Indian Spicebox beautifully packaged together with 4 recipe cards. Everything you need to whip up a gorgeous Indian meal. Spices: Red Chili, Garam Masala, Cumin Seeds, Turmeric Recipes: Chana Masala, Daal, Aloo Tikki, Pakoras
Chaat masala is dried mango powder that can be used to add a sweet and sour and tangy touch to fruit, Indian street food dishes and snacks. It can even be sprinkled over grilled vegetables and meat for a unique Indian flavour. Ingredients: Dry mango, black salt, coriander, pepper, cloves, ajwain (caraway).
Our organic Chana Masala will allow you to quickly and easily re-create this restaurant favourite at home. No other spices are required and all spices in this blend are organic. Ingredients: Cumin, coriander, black cardamom, black pepper, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, dry ginger
Tandoori spice blend instantly transforms any meat or veg into a beloved Indian restaurant dish with a simple yogurt based marinade. No red colouring or artificial ingredients. All spices in this blend are organic. Ingredients: Coriander, cumin, red chilli, garam masala, turmeric, garlic, ginger
Our gorgeous silver finish spicebox kit includes 9 silver finish tins with individually packaged organic spices and 9 wooden containers. The spicebox and spices all come beautifully packaged in recyclable materials and this product is guaranteed to impress! With each product purchased, underprivileged school children in India will be fed a hot, nutritious, meal.
Quintessential SG Shophouses: artist illustrated Trivet Text: Bless All who Gather Here! Makes a great housewarming gift. A trivet safeguards your surfaces from burns and stains. On top of that essential protection, this artist-inspired trivet (8x8 inches) with the quintessential shophouses of SG gives a nice design to your table spread. Comes with a leather handle for easy display and drying. All our Trivets are uniquely handmade India, so small imperfections are expected. Colours may differ slightly in real life due to different resolutions on different devices.
SG’s Iconic Past Present and Future PlayGrounds is the third collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong under a mentor/mentee arrangement. It uncovers glimpses of our past, present and future “playgrounds”. MINIMUM ORDER of 50 pieces. Makes a great corporate gift. Packaged in silk gift box. Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: old national Theatre of the 60s, Cathay Cinema of old, Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, Old Kallang Airport Tower, City Hall/National Gallery, Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall, Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with.
Quintessential SG Shophouses: artist illustrated Travel Tumbler Text: Bless All who Gather Here! Makes a great housewarming gift. Commute with it - fits in car holder This mixed media piece is the first collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist (DAA) Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. The subject of the shophouses was chosen because it showcases Singapore Shophouses along Koon Seng Road. This is his attempt to capture this slowly disappearing icon on paper. The art piece is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements. choice of 3 artist designs
During phase 2 of our new normal, my mentee – differently-abled artist, Douglas – had kept busy. I started him on Taxis of SG as he likes to draw vehicles. Remember our childhood days when we used to hail “Taxi!” and share them with other commuters? Co-shared on mixed media is a collage of how our different ethnicities have shaped Singapore to Uniquely Singaporean. 1. 1949 – The First London-type Taxi in SG. We reproduced this from relevant images of old. An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. 2.The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906. We researched it and tried to reproduce it here with its winged tips! 3.Toyota Corona Taxis – SBS Taxi- its colours mirror that of the SBS bus in the mid eighties; re-interpreted from old photos The backdrop features a collage of how different ethnicities have made Singapore such a melting pot of surprising discoveries.