Where To Eat

Nasi Lemak Royale Kedah

by Edwan S., on Fri, September 05, 2014

"A nasi dish fit for a King!"

Nasi lemak is probably THE flagship Malaysian food. Show me a Malaysian that doesn’t know nasi lemak and I’ll show you a unicorn. Seriously it is as ubiquitious as a food can get in Malaysia. Coconut rice, sambal and some ikan bilis, nuts and cucumber on the side. Everyone and anyone would know that as nasi lemak. But that is NOT what Nasi Lemak Royale Kedah is. Names can be deceiving, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing…   More »

Food Articles

Kitchen Cheats: 5 Tips For The Best Burgers Ever

by Edwan S., on Thu, September 04, 2014
Chef-In-Residence
It doesn’t matter what kind of burger you like to eat. If you love burgers and just maybe haven’t quite been able to get it right at home, you owe it to yourself to read this. Get ready for the best burgers you will ever eat anywhere.
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Foodsters' Blog

A Nyonya Buffet Feast you can’t miss!

by Foodster X, on Wed, September 03, 2014 - 9:00:36 AM, 0 comment
Announcements
The lovely and insanely talented Nyonya Chef and spokesperson Debbie Teoh is back with a month-long Nyonya buffet at Chatz Brasserie in Parkroyal KL. This folks is a mouth watering selection of Nyonya dishes, gravies and delicacies that are seldom encountered in even the best Nyonya restaurants. Reason being is that many of the dishes are time consuming and takes back breaking labour to make.

Debbie cooks up a fantastic buffet!

Take for instance the Pais Keluak. Many know the fragrant dish of ayam buah keluak made from the fiendish buah keluak. Hard to crack and if eaten raw has enough cyanide to kill. And yet, we make a dish with it. A pais is something like otak-otak except its made entire of the pungent and intense keluak paste mixed with spices with a bit of fish to give it sweetness and wrapped in banana leaf. It's earthy and a little mind-blowing to eat this. Think of it as a combination of black truffles and fugu, first because it's rich and earthy (I think a bit goes a long way) and second because of the amount of effort it takes to make it edible. Well you can try it for yourself. The pais can be ordered ala carte.

L-R Gulai Kiam Hu Kut, Nasi Ulam, Sweet Potato Kesui, Penang Perut Ikan, Hu Pio Soup. Pais Buah…  Continue reading »

What to Cook

Vegetarian Sambal (Mushroom)

by Honey, on Tue, September 02, 2014
Vegetarian

We discovered the fantastic potential of the meaty eringi mushrooms the other day, now available in most markets and supermarkets. This is a great mushroom, delicious grilled or substituted into local gravies to make a vegetarian version of a favourite dish. We made a sambal with them and found it’s texture to be almost squid-like. So if you have vegetarians over make this sambal!

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What to Cook

Brown Rice Nasi Lemak

by Honey Ahmad, on Mon, September 01, 2014
Malay

This nasi lemak Monday, we’re bringing you a brown rice nasi lemak recipe. We’ve tried it and found it delicious! Brown rice gives a nutty dimension to the dish that when mixed with pandan leaves, ginger and a splash of light santan can hold it’s own with sambal. It’s not only a healthier option but can seriously be something you will grow to enjoy. Just remember to eat it hot because it does dry up quicker than normal rice when cold.

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Where To Eat

The Humble Pie Co

by Farah D., on Sat, August 30, 2014
Western

"Durian filled pies... let's go!"

The desserts at The Humble Pie Co have a homemade quality, no frills, straightforward and fuss-free. Citing his grandmother and Jamie Oliver as a couple of his culinary influences, self-taught baker and first-time café owner, Eugene, never expected his craving for banoffee pie would one day turn into a business. In 2007, after being dissatisfied with the ones he tried, he decided to make his own. Soon enough, friends started asking, orders came in and as they say, the rest is history. After years in the publishing industry, Eugene bit the bullet and in mid 2014, he set up The Humble Pie Co with his business partner, Angela Tan.   More »

Foodsters' Blog

Calling all Baristas and Latte Artists!

by Honey, on Fri, August 29, 2014 - 10:29:16 AM, 0 comment
Announcements
Here's some exciting news. From 7th to 9th May 2015 Malaysia will play host to the inaugural Café Malaysia 2015 at Matrade Exhibition and Convention Centre. This is one of the largest gatherings of tea and coffee industries in Southeast Asia. Why are we announcing this super early? Because you coffee brewers, lovers and artists of whimsical foam can start practising your craft!

This event will also launch the Malaysian Brewer's Cup Championships (MBCC) and the Malaysian National Latte Art Championships (MNLAC). Winners will be representing Malaysia at the world circuit in Norway in June 2015.

Café Malaysia is set to be the perkiest exhibition in town

Recently, the Malaysian Specialty Coffee Association (MSCA) was also launched. Part of the reason why Malaysia never took part in a brewer's or latte art championships before is because we needed an official association such as this. According to Mr. Victor Leong, President of MSCA, "the main mission of the association is to unite, develop and enhance the Specialty Coffee Industry in Malaysia".

Mr. Edward Liu of CEMS (event organiser) signs an MoU with Victor Leong of MSCA witnessed by…  Continue reading »


     
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