This Food App Connects Home Cooking Mamas With Hungry Millennials In Singapore
Many of us work 11 hour-long days and can barely muster the energy to get home, much less prep ingredients. Takeaways aren’t exactly known for being super healthy either, albeit efforts from the authorities to make hawker food healthy again.
Meanwhile, family recipes are also fading from memory as the younger generation start to move away from the kitchen.
But that doesn’t mean that Singaporeans have lost their love affair with a properly home cooked meal.
And no, I don’t mean instant food.
Share Food Singapore – Carousell For Foodies
Share Food Singapore is an app that allows the home cooks of Singapore to share their home cooked meals with everyone.
It’s something like Carousell, but for foodies.
Home cooks only have to sign up for a free account, and they will have their own profile where they can post food photos. Each post contain necessary information such as ingredients, amount available, as well as cost per serving.
Foodies (customers) can also indicate if they have any special requests.
In terms of convenience, the most frequently perused category would be “Food Near Me”.
You might be surprised to find who’s cooking near you – it would also save you a lot of time and hassle when this feature can simply let you pick something interesting and novel in your neighbourhood.
This is what I got for Food Near Me. If only I wasn’t at work.
Counting down to Christmas 2016 with the spirit of giving is #freefoodweek, where passionate home cooks will be feeding hungry foodies for free.
One of Share Food’s home cooks once told the team that “some of the best foods are found from the homes of passionate home cooks” , so long as people love to eat, there will always be home cooks ready to feed.
For the team, this translates to an ever-growing community of home cooks and an appetite-inspiring plethora of delicious meals cooked right in the heart of the home.
“It is all in the spirit of giving.”
Read the full article by Samantha Tay here.
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