Always a little stumped on what to cook over the week for dinner? We came up with some quick and easy sauces you can make in about 5 minutes. A little bit of meal planning can save you time and head space… More »
If you are living in the vicinity of postcode 53100 in Ulu Klang, then you definitely should know about the Saturday morning market located on Lorong Serawak, which is opposite the brand new Melawati Mall.… More »
School holidays are here and parents sometimes run out of ideas on what fun activities they can do with their children. With safety in mind, a kitchen can be a wonderful and fun learning place for you… More »
Most of us are guilty of impulse purchasing and wasting food. The supermarket discounts sometime are just too good to pass on and often we do not finish the food we purchase. Off to the bin it goes! Malaysians… More »
For fish lovers, steamed fish is one of the best ways to enjoy it. Nibbling every bit of the fish bones and head is the best part of eating a fish, leaving not a single scrap of flesh, not even for your… More »
2015 will probably - unfortunately - be remembered as the year where so many things went up in price for many Malaysians. Eating out is a tad pricier now, but fret not; it's always better (in all ways!)… More »
Duck is delicious in almost any form. I have fond memories of studying in London, then going out on weekends with friends to a Chinese restaurant. There, we wrapped pieces of juicy duck meat, crispy skin,… More »
Slices of briny-sweet cured salmon are a decadent treat, whether piled high on a bagel, or when tossed in a lou sang for Chinese New Year. But cured (or smoked) salmon is usually prohibitively expensive… More »
Absolutely delicious. There, those are the two words I’m going to use to describe these fish tacos. I didn’t even use fancy pants ingredients or techniques, but humble stuff like onions and cabbage,… More »
Curry, or gulais in our local parlance, are a staple of the Malaysian table. I think there’s a version in every culture we have: Malay, Chinese and of course Indian. In fact the term curry can mean any… More »
Knives are often said to be the most important tool that a cook can have. It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional chef or a home cook. A good knife will make prep for cooking so much easier and… More »
One of the greatest things in the world to a food lover is the moment a freshly baked loaf of bread or delectable cake comes out of the oven. The smell hits you just right and you find yourself salivating… More »
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