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#brothatsnotok – An UN Women Unite to End Violence against Women

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Remember our #brothatsnotok posts?

At ChurpChurp, most of our staff are women and it is unthinkable that in this day and age women are still being oppressed in so many ways.

Did you know that…

UN Women urges everyone to learn how to identify what violence against women is and how to seek help for those who do not have the strength to do so.

Men and women alike should UNiTE to End Violence Against Women, you can share your thoughts on their official Facebook page or leave us a comment.

You can also join the cause here at http://unwomen-asiapacific.org/brothatsnotok and most importantly, SHARE THIS with all your friends; let’s make the world a better place for men AND women alike!

5 local dishes to win over any Singaporean Father!

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An important announcement to all Churpers!!

It’s time to come out of hiding

and put the mischief on a temporary hold because…

Father’s Day is around the corner and you all know what that means!

It’s that one day in a year where your Father’s usual routine changes drastically!

He no longer has to have dinner alone

Or indulge in numerous glasses of alcohol because no one’s around to stop him.

No, not this time for you’ll be preparing a very special day for your pop!

And because we all know the way to a Singaporean man’s heart is through his stomach, here are 5 super easy recipes for famous local delights that are guaranteed to get a reaction like this:

So let’s start!

Hokkien Mee

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Whether you like it wet or dry, you just can’t deny that Hokkien Mee is one of your must-order when it comes to hawker fare! Whip up the same shiok mee for your dad with the recipe from Singapore’s Street Guru himself, K.F. Seetoh! It’s a guaranteed die, die, must try!

Char Kway Teow

See hum (cockles), lap cheong (Chinese preserved sausage) and pork lard, it doesn’t get any more Singaporean than this! Fill the kitchen with the aroma of this Char Kway Teow by following NoobCook’s simple recipe here!

Ba Chor Mee

Nothing makes a Sunday brunch complete like some good ‘ol Ba Chor Mee! Follow Shu Han’s detailed recipe for some satisfying authentic ba chor mee right in your own kitchen! We say – Jin Ho Jiak! (Really tasty!)

Chilli Crab

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Mmm, nothing says “I love you, Dad” like a huge plate of piping hot Chilli Crab!

With one of Singapore’s leading food gurus, Chef Violet Oon’s recipe, you can be sure that you will be whipping up a feast that will make your dad the happiest man in Singapore!

And last, but definitely not least…

Hainanese Chicken Rice

Let’s face it, there are so many ways to cook it and everyone has differing preferences as to how their local favourite should taste like! So, we’ve found two recipes that promises extremely authentic Hainanese Chicken rice!

The first recipe is from fatboo who says it tastes similar to the ones they have at their family’s favourite kopitiam! And the second recipe from ieatishootipost is the actual chicken rice recipe from the boss of Five Star Chicken Rice himself! Score!


Remember, you don’t have to just cook ONE of the above dishes!  You can cook Char Kway Teow for lunch and Chilli Crabs for dinner! Since you’re already at it, might as well go ALL THE WAY!

If you are planning to try any of these recipes, let us know and better yet – send us a picture via Instagram Direct (@churpsg) or to our Facebook page and we’ll feature your masterpiece!

Because any battle conquered in the kitchen definitely deserves praise!

And finally, Happy Father’s Day in advance to all amazing dads!