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April 11, 1988 | BARBARA HANSEN, Times Staff Writer
Americans may soon be dipping into such Asian culinary exotica as Singapore-style fish head curry. Spice mixes for this and other Singaporean dishes are being introduced to the United States by two American entrepreneurs who have resettled in Singapore: William Linehan, a New Yorker, and Ann Enkoji, who was raised in Whittier. In 1984, Linehan and Enkoji formed Gold Mountain Trading Pte. Ltd. to produce a seasoning line that they call "Singapore Spices."
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April 11, 1988 | BARBARA HANSEN, Times Staff Writer
Americans may soon be dipping into such Asian culinary exotica as Singapore-style fish head curry. Spice mixes for this and other Singaporean dishes are being introduced to the United States by two American entrepreneurs who have resettled in Singapore: William Linehan, a New Yorker, and Ann Enkoji, who was raised in Whittier. In 1984, Linehan and Enkoji formed Gold Mountain Trading Pte. Ltd. to produce a seasoning line that they call "Singapore Spices."
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