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UAE to Singapore: Two Cultural Perspectives on Eid-ul-Fitr

With Eid ul-Fitr right around the corner, we invited two guest speakers—Majed Ali (@thecinnaman) from the UAE and Putri Natasha Adnan (@putrinat) from Singapore—to share the specialty Eid foods and traditions that they’ve grown up with at home.

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Majed Ali aka @thecinnaman is a self-taught Emirati baker and food blogger based in Ajman. His blog, thecinnaman.com, has gained a massive following for his mouthwateringly styled and photographed baked masterpieces.

Born to an Indonesian mother and a Malaysian father, Singapore-based Putri Natasha Adnan (@putrinat) is a die-hard food lover that we met when she visited Dubai and joined our Middle Eastern Food Pilgrimage. While her day job is in digital marketing, her culinary calling is the glorious mishmash of Asian food that’s available in Singapore—think dried mee pok, chilli crab and chicken rice.

Instagram handles: Majed Ali (@thecinnaman), Putri Natasha Adnan (@putrinat), Frying Pan Adventures (@fryingpanadventures).

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