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Home-based food businesses to support amidst COVID-19

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Treat your family to some good food from these home-based food businesses.

If anyone's like me and has been trying to cook for their families this circuit breaker, only to have them be disappointed with your results - here's a chance to redeem yourself.

Since resuming operations on May 12, home-based food businesses are back and running. With dining in at restaurants still not allowed in Phase 1 of the exit from circuit breaker, why not place an order with one of these businesses and treat your family with some (much tastier) food?

1. Nomad's Soirée

Nomad's Soirée sells halal artisanal grazing platters, perfect for a tea time pick-me-up.

Their beautiful platter arrangements are almost too beautiful to eat.

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Their Personal Box ($38) serves 1 to 2 people and features three different types of artisan cheese as well as a variety of fresh and dried fruit.
PHOTO CREDIT: NOMAD'S SOIREE'S WEBSITE

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Check out their special Ramadan Box ($85) with a cilantro lime hummus dip and chocolate pistachio truffles.
PHOTO CREDIT: NOMAD'S SOIREE'S WEBSITE

To order, visit their website.

2. Teh Tarik Shus Bro

Treat your family to some warm and frothy teh tarik from Teh Tarik Shus Bro.

They deliver straight to your door and their teh tarik comes in four different sizes - from 3 litres to a huge 19 litres, which is perfect if your family members are true teh tarik fans.

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Their Teh Tarik in a Box (three litres for $30) is their smallest size and makes 15 cups.
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM TEH TARIK SHUS BRO'S INSTAGRAM

To order, send them a WhatsApp message or SMS at +6590911848.

3. Doughter Bakery

Doughter Bakery sells mochi cakes and cookies to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Their gooey mochi cakes come in fun flavours like matcha and white chocolate, kaya and coconut, dark chocolate and black sesame.

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Get six pieces of their mochi cakes for $18.
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM DOUGHTERBAKERY'S INSTAGRAM

Doughter Bakery will also be donating 10 per cent of their profits to The Courage Fund between April to June!

To order, send them a direct message on their Instagram page.

4. Zara Bakez

Calling all mac and cheese lovers!

Zara Bakez sells mac and cheese in the classic original flavour. But if you're up for something a little more interesting, you can try the salted egg flavour.

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Choose between chicken, sausage or crabstick as toppings for your mac and cheese, which are available in regular or family sizes
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM ZARABAKEZ'S INSTAGRAM

To order, send them a direct message on their Instagram page.

5. Bekalmama

Savour dishes that taste like it came straight out of your mother's kitchen with Bekalmama's range of Malay-inspired dishes.

Different dishes are featured on the menu each week so there is always something new to look forward to.

Find dishes like mala hotpot noodles, laksa noodles goreng and lemak chili padi fried rice to be among the dishes included in the weekly menus.

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Bekalmama also offers more traditional Malay dishes like nasi ambeng and soto ayam.
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM BEKALMAMA.SG'S INSTAGRAM

To order, send them a WhatsApp message at +6598266648.

6. Sheptissimo

Sheptissimo sells shepherd's pie in three different flavours: classic beef, spicy beef and butter chicken.

If the rave reviews on their Instagram page are anything to go by, we would have to order some right now.

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Get mini versions of their shepherd's pie in a box of six ($24), also available in personal and family sizes.
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM SHEPTISSIMO.SG'S INSTAGRAM

To order, send them a direct message on their Instagram page or send them a message on WhatsApp at +6590075385.

7. Mr Singh Eats

Craving for some Indian food? Mr Singh Eats can definitely satiate your cravings with their array of North Indian food like butter chicken and aloo tikki.

They have affordable delivery fees too, ranging from $3 to $7.

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Find vegetarian options such as butter paneer masala ($16 for 0.5kg) and dhal fry ($8 for 0.5kg) as well.
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM MR.SINGH.EAT'S INSTAGRAM

To order, fill up their online form here.

8. Overnight Oven

For those craving some sweet desserts, Overnight Oven sells filled baklavas with fun flavours.

Baklava is a traditionally Turkish pastry that is layered with nuts and honey.

Overnight Oven puts a fun twist on this dessert by filling them with flavours like Thai green milk tea, butterfly pea earl grey latte and butterscotch sea salt.

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Each box comes with 25 pieces that you can mix-and-match.
PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM OVERNIGHTOVEN'S INSTAGRAM

To order, send them a direct message on their Instagram page.

9. Ten Butter Fingers

May and June babies will probably still have to celebrate their birthdays inside, why not make their day a little more special with a beautiful cake from Ten Butter Fingers?

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Their seasonal earl grey tea cake ($75 for a 6 inch cake) is topped with fresh strawberries.
PHOTO CREDIT: TEN BUTTER FINGERS' WEBSITE

To order, visit their website.

It may be awhile before restaurants can open again, so why not try out some food from our very own home-based food businesses this COVID-19?

BANNER AND TEASER PHOTO CREDIT: NOMAD'S SOIREE'S WEBSITE, SCREENSHOT FROM SHEPTISSIMO.SG'S INSTAGRAM, SCREENSHOT FROM BEKALMAMA.SG'S INSTAGRAM

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