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Every suburban centre in the Klang Valley boasts at least a couple of eateries offering Penang food such as I>asam laksa/I>, I>inche kabin/I>, I>asam/Iprawns and I>kerabu/I>. It's no different in Bandar Damansara Perdana where you'll find the Brass Ladle Restaurant and a cook who dishes out authentic Penang food every time.
The brief for this story started off simply enough: How to raise a good-to-eat duck. With that in mind, MENG YEW CHOONG set off to visit commercial duck farms in Perak. What he discovered was an industry struggling to overcome increasingly difficult conditions. But all the farmers' concerns how pale in the face of the avian flu threat . . .
Soup, wonderful soup. TAN LEE KUEN pops by a soup restaurant to find out what goodness is steaming in it's pots.
I cannot stand monotony in food,#8221; observes Julie Song, owner of the Indulgence Restaurant and Jazz Room in Ipoh. Seated at a table amidst the aroma of freshly baked tomato bread, the restaurateur tries to explain a menu that changes daily.
The Sabah state Immigration Department plans to carry out a year-long crackdown on plantations as it suspects at least 40,000 of the foreign workers are without valid work permits.
Not quite I>The/II>Amazing Race/Ibut amazing nonetheless, the Maxis Captain Cook Trail took us on an exciting eight-hour treasure hunt on the North-South Expressway, sussing out famous food outlets along the way, writes Joanne Lim.
Sarawak has identified the Chinese motherwort herb, popularly known as I>kacangma/Iamong locals, as its flagship herb to be developed for the domestic and export markets.
KRYSTLE CHOW visited Bom Brazil for an incredible blast of barbecued meats, sugarcane alcohol and chocolate powder. The combustible mix, topped off with Latin American music, was simply, well, Brazilicious.
As the year draws to a close, one thing that may have caught many people's attention is the Malaysian fetish for 'superlatives'. You know, things like the tallest, biggest, fastest, longest, and what have you. The same 'big bug' seems to have hit our property market.
ANDREW SIA follows two Malaysian contest winners on an 'Amazing Race' challenge around Perth involving dolphins, kangaroo paws, crabs, bells and balls. He survives Death by Dessert to tell the tale.