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    Honey Cooks: Gulai Tempoyak Ikan Patin

    by Honey Ahmad on Thu, February 08, 2018

    In my pursuit to learn how to cook my favourite dishes, Gulai Tempoyak looms large. I came to tempoyak late in the game, more obsessed with sambal tumis growing up but when I started, taste genes that…  More »

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    Make Steamboat at Home!

    by Lisa K. on Sat, February 03, 2018

    We Asians love a hot pot meal. The Swiss has their version called fondue, which is cheese based. Japanese calls it sukiyaki or shabu-shabu and us Malaysians call it steamboat. The Asian hot pot meal is…  More »

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    Honey Cooks: Homemade Yong Tau Fu

    by Honey Ahmad on Wed, January 10, 2018

    My resolution this year is to learn how to make my favourite food. And recently I made yong tau fu! Woot! Woot! A good friend’s mum offered to teach me her super delicious YTF so one Sunday there I was…  More »

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    The WMS Starter Kit

    by Edwan S. on Thu, April 17, 2014

    You don’t need to empty the entire ‘kitchen utensils’ and ‘crockery’ section of the supermarket to be able to make Western dishes at home. Often, the tools I use in the kitchen are the same things…  More »

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    Homecooking : Making Masala Tosai and Mint Chutney

    by Farah on Thu, November 08, 2012

    With its mix of soft and crispy textures and tangy tones, tosai goes so well with the fresh flavours of chutney or the spicy tastes of curry. I love the textural variations and its slightly sour taste…  More »

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    My Great Grandmother&#39s Chicken Kurma

    by Alexa P. on Wed, October 26, 2011

    Good home cooked food is usually the result of a recipe that has been passed down through generations. On my search to get this delicious chicken kurma recipe not only did I have to go talk to my Indian…  More »

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    My Amah’s Sambal Udang Petai

    by Alexa P. on Thu, January 21, 2010

    I have an unusual relationship with my Amah (grandma). To start off with she's my step-grandma, and since I lived abroad for 16 years while growing up I never really got close to her. Distance contributed…  More »

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    Christmas with Chef Celine

    by Alexa P. on Fri, December 18, 2009

    The afternoon I spent with Chef Celine was one that I will treasure for years to come. She taught us a lot about the Cristang people and their food, this amazing woman has a wealth of information to share.…  More »

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    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 »