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THE Year of the Monkey will soon be coming to an end, with the Rooster waiting in the wings, poised to take flight. This is the time when Malaysian Chinese observe I>Kuo Toong,/Ia festival whereby round glutinous balls or I>kuih ee/Iare eaten.
The Ivy attempts to revive old English classics in a cosy and intimate environment. BOEY PING PING sniffs the place out.
Having followed all the debates closely - both pros and cons of a casein-free, gluten-free (CFGF) diet - PANG HIN YUE have come to the conclusion that it is not a matter of whether the food has casein or gluten or both. What is more important is that the food is healthy and wholesome. And of all the grains, brown rice is the least likely to cause an allergic reaction to an autistic child.
On a recent trip to the US, Lynette Moey was given a lesson on why so many people in America are obese.
THERE is only one prerequisite if you want to eat at this restaurant: you have to love pork. At the Meatyhouse Restaurant in Subang Jaya, everything revolves around the meat.
A gerai simply means #8220;stall#8221; in Malay. However, Gerai The Cafe at twelveSI is a different cup of tea. It#8217;s the place to be seen at, and a good spot from which to ogle pretty damsels.