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SELANGOR government is working closely with the state Department of Environment (DOE) to monitor factories and prevent open burning by the public.
THE Malaysian International Exhibition of Food, Drinks, Hotel, Restaurant and Foodservice Equipment, Supplies, Services and Related Technology returns for its 15th edition with greater networking and business opportunities for both exhibitors and trade visitors.
Shanghai: Disney’s Shanghai theme park is loosening a ban on outside food in the wake of a lawsuit, but the home of Mickey Mouse still won’t tolerate visitors taking in instant noodles or pungent foods such as durian.
A RESTAURANT that serves deep fried sea cucumbers with mung bean soup or tau suan for dessert, tells a lot about the owner and the dedication that has gone into the research and development of ingredients used in the menu.
The late renowned food critic Anthony Bourdain had this to say about durians: “It smelled like you’d buried somebody holding a big wheel of Stilton (cheese) in his arms, then dug him up a few weeks later.”
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is looking to diversify into food crops, in the face of fluctuating commodity prices and Western countries’ hostility towards palm oil.
MALAYSIA once had a thriving cacao plantation sector. But over the years, other crops have taken over its place as a main source of agricultural products including rubber, oil palm and, now, durian.
UNLESS you are a durian purist who only believes in eating durian in its natural form and abhor any confectionery made with durian, you’ll love durian crepe.
Chef challenges the norm to include fresh ideas in presenting Chinese dishes.
The famed ‘Raja Kunyit’ durian from Tanah Merah in Kelantan was renamed in Pahang before spreading its wings to China.