11 Mar '13, 3am
BBC News - Nonya kueh: Wolfing down Singapore's wobbliest cake
11 March 2013 Last updated at 02:54 GMT Share this page Delicious Digg Facebook reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Email Print Nonya kueh: Wolfing down Singapore's wobbliest cake By Judith Kampfner Singapore Continue reading the main story In today's Magazine Affection for Britain brews in Germany Viewpoint: The pope as CEO Syria's priceless heritage under attack Home towns struggle with legacy of Stalin and Hitler Restaurants serving Singapore's fusion cuisine called Peranakan - the marriage of Chinese and Malay cooking traditions - used to be hard to find. But now as the city-state explores its own identity with increasing confidence, it's suddenly all the rage. Two years after I got married the first time around, I took my husband and baby on a nostalgic trip to Singapore - the nation state where I was born and where I lived a carefree childhood. Husband number one was not an a...