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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s asam laksa is better than Thailand’s tom yum goong, and definitely tastier than Singapore’s chicken rice.
Four lovely cookbooks – cute buns, a munchies guide, kuehs galore and warming food stories – are on offer at a discount this month.
The jackfruit is a worldwide hit, particularly with those looking for meat substitutes. Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan explores the evolution of the fruit, and compares it to the durian too.
Many Malaysians are happy to gorge themselves on durian whenever they have the opportunity, but that may not be exactly very healthy.
WITH Fathers Day today, I, like many newish fathers around my age, was asked what I would like this year. Being relatively new at being on the receiving end of this holiday, I think back to how Fathers Day was marketed when I was a kid. The popular gifts were things like neckties and tool belts that you’d buy at Sears. It all feels like something out of the Reagan era.
This Raya holiday, how about going on a Malaysian food trip with your nose (and stomach!) as your guide? We’ve tracked down some signature dishes from the many states in the country to start you off.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Leong Yuet Meng cannot walk more than 10 metres without assistance. Yet, the frail 90-year-old still runs a wonton noodle stall in downtown Singapore, selling at least 200 bowls on any given day.
After finding no reliable recipes online for Ghanaian dishes - and no photos that made the beloved food of her childhood look appetising – Tuleka Prah started My African Food Map.