Yee Sang that Malaysians all toss and share over Chinese New Year is NOT common in China. Not even on the 7th day of CNY as it traditionally was served in Malaysia. So where does the yee sang we know today… More »
It's no surprise that the more knowledgeable we become about food, the more we want to choose what's best for us. Hence the growing concerns on sustainable farming and animal husbandry. Ideally we want… More »
Soy sauce or kicap as it's widely known in this country, is a pantry staple. In every household in Malaysia is a bottle or two of soy sauce lying in wait to give much needed oomph and savouriness to our… More »
Firstly there is a sweet little farm in the corner of Kuang that does free range chicken. I spent an idyllic afternoon there eating quite possibly the most delicious chicken I’ve ever had. It’s so… More »
The ship sails around the straits Bringing spices around the country Don't be choosy with spices' traits Mixed in the pot it becomes curry... It's somewhat ironic that a dish of sub-continental… More »
It is the 15th century. The place is the royal palace of Melaka, a strategic port and center of a great trading empire that bears the same name as the city. By all accounts it is a rich place, with goods… More »
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 »
“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 »
Soto here has nothing to do with satay, that other popular dish in the Malay-Indonesian world, despite sharing the same consonants and differing only in the vowels. Indeed the two foods are as different… More »
Mention ‘Satay’ and those who know this dish will most likely begin to salivate. A quintessential contribution of the Malay Archipelago to the planet’s culinary repertoire, it has been claimed by… More »
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