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A tour of MAS#8217;s catering unit in Sepang is a titillating experience. A potpourri of aromas overwhelms the senses as the staff put together 28,000 meals daily, and transport them to waiting aircraft 24 hours a day, every day. Hygiene, freshness and taste are uppermost on their minds as the kitchen crew work with clockwork precision to please the palate of seasoned travellers.
The Hainanese were the Johnnies-come-lately in the history of Malaya#8217;s Chinese settlement. And, unwittingly, many of them ended up as chefs, discovers SHARON TAN.
All is not well in Martha Stewart#8217;s seemingly perfect world. The queen organiser #8211; of everything from homes to parties and weddings #8211; seems to have slackened with her own housekeeping. Now her name has been tarnished by a corporate scandal. PAULA SPAN looks at how she landed in hot soup.
EVERY home has a conventional stove but the microwave oven is an invaluable addition. If you own one, you will know how versatile and useful it can be.
Dietitian TAN HOOI PHING offers some creative tips to encourage milk drinking in children.
Is soup nutritious? Chinese mothers are always telling their children who are in a hurry to go to work to sip some soup, which has been boiled for hours, to replenish their energy.
Mention Bangi and you#8217;re bound to be greeted with, #8220;Where#8217;s that?#8221;, #8220;So faraway!#8221;, and #8220;What#8217;s there in Bangi?#8221; For those who rarely venture out of KL, Bangi seems light years away. In reality, this growing township is a mere 30-minute drive away from the city centre, located between the famous I>satay/Itown of Kajang and the upcoming areas of Cyberjaya and Putrajaya.