• Cheers To The Holidays
    November 28, 2019
    Malaysia revolves around food and festivities. With the holiday season fast approaching, some of our favourite celebratory food has already started popping up in supermarkets. While everyone associates Christmas with traditional Western cuisine, an equally vital component is the season’s traditional drinks. Here are a few family-friendly ways to amp up your year-end beverages for both your parties and personal enjoyment!
  • The Malaysian Take on Turkey
    November 14, 2019
    While not the most conventional meat found in Malaysia, turkey is one of the leanest, low-fat meats available to its consumers. As a rich source of protein, vitamin B and zinc, turkey boosts a host of health benefits such as anti-cancer and mood-enhancing properties. Its meat is cooked in a variety of ways from the traditional roast in the US during Thanksgiving to being baked as part of a weight-loss diet. Here are a few recipes you can follow which incorporate a truly distinct Malaysian flair through local flavouring.
  • Unconventional Recipes for Deepavali
    October 16, 2019
    Literally translated to mean “row of lights”, Deepavali tells the tale of light triumphing over darkness. The festive season offers those celebrating the chance for a new start, with a colourful and vivid celebration of life through equally vibrant decorations and parties. Naturally, no good party or open house is complete without good food. Instead of serving up the usual fare, here are a few alternative recipes that will be both delicious and healthy.
  • The Types of Coffee Beans Behind The Brews You Love
    October 11, 2019
    There’s always a time and place to have a good cuppa. But how much do you know about the story behind your favourite beans? Learn about the simple but significant coffee beans that make your cuppas taste distinct and different in cafes and at home. But first, coffee.
  • Banchan: A Guide To Your Favourite Korean Side Dishes
    September 24, 2019
    Be it regular Korean restaurants or your favourite Korean barbeques, banchan, the collective name for these side dishes, are almost instantly recognisable with its cuisine. Banchan is thought to have resulted from Buddhist-influenced monarch proscriptions against eating meat, giving rise to only vegetables being served during general mealtimes. Take a closer look at some of the well-recognised, traditional banchan served in restaurants today.


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