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It's tasty, has kooky names like wakame and hijiki, and comes in varieties up to several metres long: it's algae, and it's sweeping the world.
This spiced and spicy dish of noodles in gravy has many fascinating interpretations across the country.
This month’s Cooking The Books column offers books that drill deep into the food of two communities, an ingredient, and a philosophy of cooking.
Marina Mustafa and childhood friend Chong Woon Lee’s collaborative cookbook Our Malaysian Kitchen is full of great local recipes.
It’s all connected, and easier than it may seem, according to the books featured in this month’s Cooking the Books column. Check out our delicious reads section for the how-to.
From a book that celebrates Harlem to one that celebrates citrus, we eat curbside around the world before coming back to the Tartine home kitchen.
“GOOD bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts,” is a saying by renowned American cookbook author, teacher and television personality James Beard that resonates with bread lovers.
From recipes that turn around a restaurant to a new way to bake and cook dinner, these books are game changers.
How Malaysian cookbook author Christina Arokiasamy is breaking into the American market.