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At this time last year, office worker Ahmad Zabidi Omar woke up every day wracked with pain, and he couldn#8217;t even lift up his baby boy. Visits to GPs and I>tukang urut /I>(traditional masseurs) proved futile and the former football player thought that he would have to endure these pains forever. Then, he tried his luck at his office gym where well-qualified trainers, proper exercises and a sensible diet changed things for the better. Zabidi tells VERONICA SHUNMUGAMB/B>about his success story.
People who open a Malaysian food outlet in Hong Kong always claim that they want to stick as close as possible to the original flavour of the dishes, writes Wong Sai Wan.
Despite suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, Penang-born Cook holds cooking demonstrations in England to packed crowds, is a regular guest on TV and radio cookery programmes, and writes a weekly food column.
Stepping into Sunvillage is like ambling into a gardener#8217;s pride and joy. Housing two restaurants, Sunvillage Seafood and Matahari Malay Restaurant, the #8220;village#8221; sits amidst luxuriant ferns, swaying palms, colourful heliconias,I/I>delicate frangipanis and Zen-like ponds with trickling fountains.
United States Navy chefs prepare what is considered to be the military#8217;s finest dining experience for crewmembers aboard nuclear subs to make up for what is considered to be one of the toughest assignments in the military, PETER PAE unveils.
Most people think of vegetarian food as a healthy choice. But this isn#8217;t necessarily true, as the dish could be deep-fried, oil-laden and too salty.
I PICKED up The Seal Wife because of its cover photo #8211; an Inuit woman snugly wrapped up in a full fur coat and hat.
Penang-born Jennie Cook, who is one of the most sought-after cooks in England, said she planned to popularise I>nyonya/Icuisine and spices among the English who were acquiring a taste for Malaysian food.