The smells that took a chef back to her Singapore and Malaysia childhood, from juicy mangoes to rose apples that smell like peaches

Is there any book that talks about fragrance evoking memories that does not mention French author Marcel Proust? Even those who haven’t read his Remembrance of Things Past know about its famous tea and madeleine scene.The smells Carol Selva Rajah recalls from her childhood sound a lot more enticing than what she calls Proust’s “soggy madeleine”.“My own childhood, spent in Malaysia and Singapore, abounds with fragrant memories which have inspired the recipes in this book and built up my…


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