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    Fancy a Cup of Tea?

    by Keeta B. on Thu, May 28, 2009

    This tradition seems to bear its beginnings from a woman named Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, who used to get hungry in between breakfast and dinner, and would get her servants to smuggle in biscuits,…  More »

  • Food Articles Chef-In-Residence

    Getting a Good Ribbing

    by Aida Azizuddin on Fri, May 22, 2009

    Ribs is not something people serve at home mainly because not many people know how to cook it well. The comments I always get is that, it's too tough or there's not enough meat to merit all the work put…  More »

  • Food Articles HomeCooking

    An Afternoon in Tanjung Piandang

    by Honey Ahmad on Mon, May 18, 2009

    “Are we there yet?” Right. The idea of stuffing my family into a van and driving all the way to Tg. Piandang for some kampung cooking seemed to be a good idea… in theory but after the 60th paddy…  More »

  • Food Articles Edible Beauty

    Mango Beauty Madness

    by Nana on Thu, May 14, 2009

    Remember a time when our skin used to be soft & supple? We didn’t have to worry about which skincare products to use, as a matter of fact, we didn’t even use them at all! Ah, but that was back when…  More »

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    Brunch Fry-Ups

    by Keeta B. on Tue, April 21, 2009

    The Posh Nosh – RM 25 and above Jarrod & Rawlins If you're craving 'non-halal', sinfully satisfying fried bacon, sausages and eggs, this is definitely the place to go for breakfast that will have you…  More »

  • Food Articles Chef-In-Residence

    Easter Special: Hot Cross Buns

    by Aida Azizuddin on Fri, April 10, 2009

    Remember that song we sang during childhood? Hot cross buns, hot cross buns, one a penny, 2 a penny, hot cross buns! But did you know that hot cross buns are traditionally served during Easter? Well actually…  More »

  • Food Articles Gastropology 101

    The Authoritative Coffee: Part 2

    by Nadge Ariffin on Tue, March 31, 2009

    Like it has been since the first cup ever brewed a thousand years ago, it starts with a sip. It has to be a sip, because unlike wine it would be hot. Even if it’s not, it still starts with a sip, because…  More »

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    Know Your Lady’s Appetite

    by Honey Ahmad on Wed, March 25, 2009

    Girls have their own appetites and lusts. Some girls need time, others are more likely to grab you. But even the most modern of us girls still deep down inside like to be wooed and wowed. We appreciate…  More »

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    Things to Look for in a Great Cup of Coffee

    by Keeta B. on Wed, March 18, 2009

    Think all coffees are created equal? Think again. It has taken mankind many, many years to perfect the highly-regarded cup of coffee, once a humble bean that has now morphed into a multi-billion dollar…  More »

  • Food Articles Chef-In-Residence

    Coffee Franken-Cake

    by Aida Azizuddin on Mon, March 16, 2009

    Here's a little confusion. In general when you talk about a Coffee Cake, it's usually not a cake made with coffee as an ingredient but rather it's a cake that you eat with a cup of coffee. This I believe…  More »

  • Food Articles Edible Beauty

    Thinking Out Of The Cup

    by Keeta B. on Thu, March 12, 2009

    Everyone loves the aroma of a good ol' cup of java joe, especially early in the morning when you need that lil' kick to start your day! And now we have discovered that coffee also makes you look good,…  More »

  • Food Articles Gastropology 101

    The Authoritative Coffee: Part 1

    by Nadge Ariffin on Wed, March 11, 2009

    “I’ll have the Mo-cha…”, I began as I scanned the beverage menu. “Mo-ka”, corrected the bright young lady serving me, as naturally as she must have corrected a hundred or a thousand other customers.…  More »