• Where To EatMalay

    Satay Samuri Kajang

    by Adly on Sun, September 03, 2017

    The story goes that Hj. Samuri’s wife is a descendent of Tasmin Sakiban from Java, Indonesia, who arrived in Kajang in 1914. The satay business was then pioneered here in 1917 and that would explain why they have the largest establishment…  More »

  • Food Articles Special Feature

    5 Beefy Ideas for Raya Haji

    by Lisa K. on Thu, August 31, 2017

    How lucky are we to have a long break this weekend! Many of us will balik kampong to celebrate the blessed Hari Raya Qurban with our families and there will be lots of meat distributed around the community.  More »

  • Where To EatFood Trucks

    Munchiez KL

    by Ali on Sun, August 27, 2017

    Ahhh yes the appeal of food trucks is still going strong. With their bright and colourful exteriors combined with good food, modern food trucks are here to stay in our eating out culture. Unfortunately some trucks lack places for you…  More »

  • Food Articles Special Feature

    Host a Party Panggang Patriotik for Hari Malaysia

    by Lisa K. on Fri, August 25, 2017

    What are your plans for the national holidays besides watching the parade on TV? For a change, why not host a Party Panggang Patriotik at your pad and invite your close friends and family. The SEA Games…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Abang Is World

    by Ali on Mon, August 21, 2017

    Nasi Lemak is without a doubt our national dish, each state has their own take and twists on their nasi lemak. The nasi lemak at this small stall in Taman Sri Gombak is highly influenced by the notheren state of Perak.  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    Easy Peach-glazed Braised Beef Brisket

    by Lisa K. on Fri, August 18, 2017

    Beef briskets are expensive to buy. But if you make your own, it can be surprisingly much cheaper. So we created an easy recipe (inspired by Edward Lee) for a tender, juicy, sticky, sweet, savoury and melts in your mouth beef brisket…  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    Sloppy Joes

    by Lisa K. on Tue, August 01, 2017

    Sloppy Joes is one of America’s most favourite childhood meal. It takes no time to cook and tastes pretty amazing. If you find too much ketchup unhealthy, use more passata. But hey, it is OK to treat yourself once in a while…  More »

  • What to CookMalay

    Rendang Daging

    by Lisa K. on Fri, June 23, 2017

    This dish needs no introduction. Rendang is a Raya staple and loved by Malaysians and there are many variations using chicken, duck, cockles and offal.  This beef recipe is the dry version with fresh herbs and you can enjoy it…  More »

  • What to CookMalay

    Daging Dendeng

    by Lisa K. on Sat, May 27, 2017

    Originally an Indonesian classic, this dish has worked its magic onto our dining tables. Black, sticky and savoury. Deng! It is so good!  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    Weekend: Meat & Potato Gratin

    by Lisa K. on Fri, May 19, 2017

    A dish of meaty goodness to satisfy your hunger pangs. Yes it does take a bit of time to cook but like they always say – all good things comes to those who wait. Make it this weekend for your family and friends.  More »

  • What to CookChinese

    Stir-fried Beef with Red Peppers

    by Lisa K. on Tue, January 03, 2017

    Stir fries are super quick and super easy to make. You could use leftover bits of vegetables and meat in your fridge and whip up something tasty in a jiffy and never waste leftovers and scraps of food again. Give this recipe a try…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Thai Roast Beef Salad

    by Edwan S. on Wed, February 10, 2016

    This is a gorgeous salad that is fresh and filling to boot. Tender slices of roast beef are topped with a crunchy cucumber salad dressed in an amazing Thai-inspired dressing. Spicy and infinitely delicious, it’s a perfect way…  More »

  • Food Articles Lists

    Top 6: Where’s The Beef?

    by Edwan S. on Thu, January 14, 2016

    We acknowledge the chicken as the most popular meat in the world, but in a perfect world, maybe beef could easily topple it. Beef is delicious, relatively affordable (if you know what cuts to use!) and…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Dendeng Balado

    by Edwan S. on Wed, January 06, 2016

    Dendeng Balado is an Indonesian dish commonly found at any nasi padang place. It’s thinly sliced, crispy-fried beef with a tart and spicy chilli sambal on top. Here’s our easy to make version, packed full of flavour and…  More »

  • Food Articles Chef-In-Residence

    Beef 2 Ways: Making The Best of Cheap Beef

    by Edwan S. on Fri, December 25, 2015

    2015 will probably - unfortunately - be remembered as the year where so many things went up in price for many Malaysians. Eating out is a tad pricier now, but fret not; it's always better (in all ways!)…  More »

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