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    Chocolate Fudge Squares

    by Farah on Thu, October 25, 2012

    This Halloween, our guest chef, Evil Pumpkin shares his recipe on chocolate fudge. These scrumptious fudge squares are a cinch to whip up. Gooey and sweet, wrap them up in colourful greaseproof paper and…  More »

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    Tongue Sandwich

    by Farah on Tue, October 23, 2012

    Hari Raya Haji is coming up and since most Muslim families will receive a lot of meat during this occasion, we thought that it would be appropriate to highlight one part of the cow that is usually neglected…  More »

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    Merdeka Ice Lollies

    by Farah on Wed, August 29, 2012

    Due to our hot and humid climate, icy desserts have always been some of the treats we enjoyed growing up. Who can resist red bean aiskrim potong and asam boi aiskrim Malaysia on a hot sunny day? So, in…  More »

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    The Ultimate Homemade Burger: Introducing “The Max”

    by Farah on Fri, June 29, 2012

    We were fascinated and inspired by this massive burger awakening. So, we did some research and decided to make our own mega burger. Sesame speckled buns, patties and even a special sauce. Yup, we've made…  More »

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    Romantic Dinners for under RM35

    by Honey Ahmad on Mon, January 30, 2012

    We are avid believers that the stomach is a sensuous organ. Fill it right and the rest will follow. Cooking for someone you love is a wonderful thing. In one grand gesture, you can lay your cards down,…  More »

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    Chinese New Year Dinner with Style

    by Alexa P. on Wed, January 18, 2012

    The year of the Horse is upon us and this deserves a welcome with style. These dishes are perfect for a CNY reunion dinner and they’re simple to put together so you won’t have to slave away all day…  More »

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    Mocktail Madness

    by Alexa P. on Sat, December 31, 2011

    Ring in the New Year with these mocktails and while you're at it set a resolution or two. Don't worry about the drive home or the morning hangover. Now, you can welcome the year bright eyed and bushy tailed.…  More »

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    FC Happy Meals

    by Farah D. on Wed, December 28, 2011

    Everyone seems to be running around like headless chickens these days. Parents have to juggle their hectic work schedules with trying to spend quality time with their family. That’s why it’s so easy…  More »

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    Ghoulish Treats

    by Caroline Mili Artiss on Mon, October 31, 2011

    The last few years have seen a big change to celebrating Halloween here in the UK. It was once seen as just an American gimmick and you could hardly find a good witches hat anywhere. Now walking into my…  More »

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    Deepavali Tidbits

    by Alexa P. on Tue, October 25, 2011

    The festival of lights is near and it's time to gather with friends and family to enjoy a meal together. Some Deepavali open houses offers delicious vegetarian fare like masala tosei while for others…  More »

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    Nasi Kerabu at Home

    by Honey Ahmad on Thu, October 13, 2011

    Nasi kerabu is a fragrant rice meal eaten mostly in the east coast. Here in the west side you often find it during Ramadhan but unless you have a Kelantanese friend who doesn't mind cooking for you,…  More »

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    by Honey Ahmad on Tue, September 13, 2011

    In lieu of Raya, inspired by rows of smoking lemang by the roadside, we decided to cook up a few things using bamboo. This is an incredibly versatile cooking utensil. Easy to find, good-naturedly hollow…  More »