Use lean pork and wholemeal bread to create a healthier version of the traditional Christmas meatball dish. -MYB
Check out these eateries which are still taking last-minute orders. -ST
York Hotel's Soon Heng-style Masala turkey and its more famous fish head curry are available for takeaways till Jan 1. -AsiaOne
Cut a thick slice, toast it, then spread it with cold butter and let the butter melt into the bread. -ST
It is made with a dark chocolate sponge and praline chocolate ganache. -ST
The traditional Advent calendar returns for a second year.
Among the highlights are log cakes in four flavours, including chestnut and cranberry. -ST
Two Christmas catering menus are also on offer. -ST
Highlights of the extensive spreads include Christmas cold cuts with gherkins, honey tomatoes and green olives. -ST
On Christmas Day, a sit-down brunch spans the likes of an antipasti selection, including fresh oysters. -ST
The Christmas Sausage Platter includes a main of assorted sausages, onion sauce, honey mustard, mash and seasonal vegetables. -ST
Celebrate a German Weihnachten (Christmas night) with these festive offerings at all five Brotzeit outlets. -ST
Chief sommelier Michael Leitner complements the menu with Louis Roederer wines. -ST
Being healthy during the holiday period should not be a struggle. -PDI/ANN
Use lean pork and wholemeal bread to create a healthier version of the traditional Christmas meatball dish. -MYB
The Dining Edition is a refreshing gourmet zone located on level 2 featuring 16 exciting restaurants, bistros, café bakeries, patisseries and coffee joints. -AsiaOne
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Local as well as expat chefs share their recipes. -ST, BT
China Daily's food correspondents hunt for the most attractive options in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin and Hong Kong. -China Daily/ANN
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Chefs from around the world who have settled here share their childhood Christmas memories and recipes. -BT
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
Crack the chocolate shell and, depending on the colour, there are treats to discover inside. -ST
Everything is in fine balance. -ST
Spicy and aromatic, it is usually used as a stir-fry sauce for la la, a kind of clam; or squid, prawns, crab and chicken. -ST
Most bakers would use rum or brandy, but the dried fruit in this cake is macerated in dark rum, orange liqueur and cognac. -ST
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
Avoid the Christmas dinner crowd and cook at home. Chefs from five restaurants share their recipes. -ST
This sauce is a lovely condiment if you are serving roasted turkey, chicken or ham. -TNP
With all the over-eating that goes on this season, your party guests will welcome this waist-friendly main course. -TNP
It is that time of the year, and roast turkey has become one of the must-haves for Christmas here. Impress everyone at your party with these interesting creations. -SoShiok
Gourmet Carousel's Christmas takeaways span both classic and innovative recipes. -ST
Are your loved ones Jamie Oliver fans? Treat them to his Christmas hamper. -ST
The Mega Christmas Eve Buffet at Dine On 3 fetes guests with more than 100 dishes in the Christmas Eve buffet. -ST
Spend Christmas at The Fullerton Hotel. -ST
At Si Chuan Dou Hua outlets, a six-course festive set menu features classic turkey alongside specialities. -ST
If you still have not decided where to have a celebratory meal this Christmas, Sylvia Tan gives you great choices. -ST
The flavour of the chocolate mousse is properly deep and dark, and Kirsch-soaked cherries give a light boozy kick. -ST
A whole beef shin is cooked long and slow with red wine, dried apricots, sundried tomatoes and rosemary. -ST
The dark meat is fantastic, of course, but the breast meat, which makes up most of the bird, is so tender you can pull it off with a fork. -ST
Nothing says love and sharing better than homemade food, say home cooks who whip up edible fare to give away. -ST
When making the sweet and slightly tart jam, do not be alarmed if the mixture looks runny after cooking. -ST
She has cut down the amount of sugar and instead of adding just golden syrup, she uses a combination of honey and maple and golden syrups. -ST
Just for her chocolate fruit cake alone, she uses 20kg of dried fruit, including raisins, prunes and dates. -ST
Her Christmas spin on the apple crumble bar recipe is to add dried cranberries to the apple mixture and to use them as a garnish too. -ST
Both hotels also have festive dining options at the restaurants, which non-hotel guests can partake in. -MyPaper
Take away new creations and perennial classics from Carlton Hotel. -ST
Orders for whole cakes and multi-item party packs can be placed online. -ST
Stand a chance to win Toast Box Christmas Gift Packs and Vouchers worth $250. -ST
Stand a chance to win daily prizes, which include instant free dining, hampers, New Year's Eve party tickets, and much more. -ST
Choose between four main courses, all served with sage and garlic polenta chips and seasonal greens. -ST
The event aims to bring members of the public together for a good meal at a hawker centre, while raising funds for the less fortunate. -MyPaper
BreadTalk has come up with a collection of holiday cakes and assorted ginger cookies to add some Christmas cheer. -MyPaper
If you’re still looking for food suggestions for that Christmas party, fret not. -MyPaper
Asian-inspired takeaway dishes to give a fresh twist to your Yuletide feast. -BT
Get into the festive mood with a traditional eggnog, one of the signature Christmas drinks to have. -herworldPLUS
Lime Restaurant at Parkroyal on Pickering is offering a Yuletide Brunch to celebrate the festive season. -AsiaOne
Wow all your friends during your Christmas party with a Santa Claus strawberry platter. -herworldPLUS
Start spending more time with your kitchen and oven this Christmas with our cranberry and white chocolate chip cookie recipe. -herworldPLUS
The team of award-winning chefs from Fairmont Singapore and Swissotel The Stamford presents a comprehensive collection of gourmet take-home treats. -ST
Pastry chef Ryan Witcher makes it with sustainably produced Javanese chocolate, embellishing it with candied almonds, chocolate stars and chocolate snowflakes. -ST
Jaan and Equinox Restaurant have a range of Christmas lunch and dinner to suit your taste buds and occasion.
Celebrate in style with two Christmas menus at The Waterboat House. - ST
The hotel's Peranakan theme for Christmas is inspired by executive chef Paul Then's heritage. -ST
AquaMarine's Christmas fare features a spread of Peranakan turkey, poached prawns and cantaloupe melon cocktail, as well as cheddar and smoked duck and pistachio terrine with pineapple compote...
Executive head chef Ivan Brehm offers four Christmas-inspired dishes on the a la carte menu. -ST
Online bakery And All Things Delicious has some delightful offerings, from cakes - the sticky toffee pudding looks delish - and cookies, to a Christmas granola that goes well with plain yogurt. -ST
Indulge in sweet delights this festive season. -TNP
Other than offering festive feasts and gift ideas, Cold Storage is charitable this Christmas season with its Pledge-A-Gift Campaign. -AsiaOne
The taste for big birds - not just turkeys but swans and peacocks too - goes back to medieval times. -ST
With their festive takeaway services, various hotels in Singapore make lavish Christmas feasts at home easy to organise. -ST
As eateries roll out festive menus, the reservation book for Christmas meals is filling up fast. -ST
Here are some places you can go with your loved ones to celebrate the Christmas holiday. -herworldPLUS
Give yourself a treat and dine like a King during Christmas and the New Year at the 7adam Restaurant Gallery. -herworldPLUS
Apart from autumn flavours, eat-all-you-can beef nights, Ritz-Carlton S'pore stretches its gourmet selections for its super-long buffet today. -AsiaOne