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New York Food Film Edition


Directed by Adly Rizal M & Nor Hazlin Salam Hosted by Baki Zainal & Kay Li Posted on

"A short film about Beef Balls, Skewered Beef & Beef Soup"

STREET CHOWS:  Ask anyone in Malaysia and they will tell you that the soul of Malaysian food is on the streets. We personally think that these road warriors of taste and sensations should be given medals for services to society. And that

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The Food Channel
Think of this channel as a box of assorted chocolates. It does not judge nor discriminate. It celebrates variety and the breath of flavours the food world has in store for you.

Street Chows
We take you to the streets and into little eating shops for some of the best Malaysian cooking and we hit markets to find the freshest and most delicious eats for the Foodster in everyone.

The Foodsters Kitchen
Always wanted to try out new recipes but cookbooks alone just don't cut it? Tune in to our Kitchen Series where we bring the yummiest recipes from Malaysia's heartland and beyond straight from the Internet and into your kitchen.

The Learning Kitchen
Come and learn how to be kitchen confident from our very own Chef-in-Residence, Aida. Learn all the basics from the right way to use knives or boil an egg to shopping for fresh produce plus lots of simple to follow recipes that impress.

Foodsters Invasion
Imagine aliens from a far off solar system looking at those endless stars and wondering where they can find good food. And then hitting the mother load when they discover Malaysia. Join our intrepid hosts, Riz and Li Ann as they eat their way through cities and towns.

Chillin' with FriedChillies
Join hosts Keeta and Eugene as they interview interesting guests (all food related of course), wreck havoc in the kitchen and take up bizarre challenges from our viewers.

Restaurants! Restaurants!
We scour the best restaurants in Malaysia that set standards for the rest be it in service, ambience or quality of ingredients. Our main condition, the food must be good.

World Best Malaysian Restaurant
We globe-trotted to different countries to nose out the best Malaysian restaurants across the seas and oceans. And here's what we found gratifying, they are not only run by passionate individuals but the food they serve is soulfully Malaysian and utterly delicious.