Cooking at home can help Malaysians to quell wanderlust


Rolex, short for rolled eggs, is the name of this quick snack in Uganda. — dpa

A riot of exotic smells, sights, and sounds. For many travellers, strolling through a colourful market is the best way to get to know a new country.

Three authors have succeeded in capturing that excitement in their new cookbooks – and explain how cooking at home can expel wanderlust while we are all grounded during the pandemic.

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