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Eating out for under RM30: Alison Soup House

Piping hot, hearty Chinese soups are the cornerstone of this charming eatery.

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'Pope' of French cuisine Paul Bocuse dies aged 91

He helped shake up the food world in the 1970s with the Nouvelle Cuisine revolution and created the idea of the celebrity chef.

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Deadly fugu fish mix-up prompts Japan emergency warning

Gamagori in central Japan has activated an emergency warning system to alert residents to avoid eating locally purchased blowfish, after a mix-up saw toxic parts of the delicacy go on sale.

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North or South, Koreans are united in love for kimchi

Kimchi has been a staple part of virtually every meal on the divided Korean peninsula for centuries.

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Curious Cook: Vegetarianism and other dietary tales – Part 5

If people just make some effort to know more about food and where food REALLY comes from, almost certainly the dietary habits of most sane people would change.

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Curious Cook: Vegetarianism and other dietary tales, Part 4

Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan explores other reasons why we should eat more vegetables and less meat in part 4 of his miniseries on vegetarianism.

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Purple reign: Fashionable foods of 2018

Purple is on the way in; Pantone's Ultra Violet is 2018's colour of the year, and it may just be invading the food aisles too, with nutrient-dense produce.

Eating Out

Ketuhar serves a mix of healthy Chinese and Malay fare

Ketuhar expands from its original Malay menu, to include a stellar line-up of Chinese fare – and a great fish head curry.

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Curious Cook: Vegetarianism and other dietary tales, Part 3

This issue explores the almost existential question of why we eat, and why milk is essential to infants but bad news for adults; lacto-vegetarians, take note.

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Curious Cook: Vegetarianism and other dietary tales, Part 2

A vegetarian diet could result in a nutritional deficiency, caused by a chemical process called chelation, which prevents the body from absorbing nutrients.