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Ep45: A Breaking Bread Christmas

Loh Yi Jun, junandtonic.com | Dinesh Rao, Tray Cafe

28-Dec-19 10:00

Ep45:

Christmas might mean snow, Santa, and sleigh bells to most, but to us on the Breaking Bread show, Christmas is all about the food. So this week, we talk about Christmas food with Dinesh Rao from Tray Cafe, wax lyrical about mince pies and fruit cake, throw a little shade on roast turkeys, and brainstorm our way through some potentially sacrilegious, Malaysian-ised Christmas party ideas. Merry Christmas, everyone!


Produced by: Loh Yi Jun

Presented by: Loh Yi Jun


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