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THE communal dining experience that is a big part of Chinese New Year celebrations will not be the same this year as Malaysians continue to feel the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After taking a break for several months because of low tourist arrivals, DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka is ushering in the lunar new year with a bang.
IT HAS become a rarity to find good handmade kao yu (king mackerel) fish paste noodles in the Klang Valley, as more and more stalls have forgone the traditional, time-consuming method of making the fish paste by hand.
Plastic waste can contaminate our food chain and affect our wellbeing, so do your part by reducing and reusing plastic.
CHINESE New Year reunion dinner will be different this year mostly because of the Covid-19 pandemic and in keeping with physical distancing.
Next year, the pandemic will continue to delay the return to restaurant dining and encourage more healthy homecooking but it’s unlikely insect eating will take off.
Each year, Darren Beins relies on old family recipes to his sought after cakes and Eurasian jelly.
Christmas will be on a smaller scale but Mally Arokiasamy is busy baking and cooking delicious treats
The global pandemic has made consumers more aware of the need for sustainably produced food and less food wastage.