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A small yet cosy neighbourhood cafe in Plaza Damas, Kuala Lumpur has been serving up European-inspired cuisine for more than seven years.
Our food supply systems are altering the profiles of infectious diseases, which is why the columnist believes that it is only a matter of time before another pandemic hits.
Bold strokes in vibrant shades of green, gold and blue at the entrance to the art gallery seem to demand attention from anyone walking past, luring you to take a closer look.
Now that he has accrued years of experience, chef Jeff Ramsey is happy to be able to spend more time cooking and bonding with his young family.
BEING able to dine out, albeit with restrictions, is a welcome change compared to the past few months when restaurants were shuttered in compliance with the govern-ment’s movement control order (MCO).
Feeding a family staying home during the movement control order period means making three meals and snacks too – a tall order for some home cooks. And so the children have to help too.
How established restaurants are coping with the abrupt transition from dine-in to delivery during the MCO
Popular local restaurants are struggling to adapt to the tectonic shift from dine-in to delivery and takeaway during these movement control order days.
A bad diet, laden with sugar and fat, can result in persistent inflammation and a compromised immune system which affects our body’s ability to fight infection.
PENANG kuey teow soup, better known as kuey teow thng, is a staple comfort food and breakfast option on the island. However, in the Klang Valley, it faces stiff competition from the likes of pork noodles and pan mee.
This month's Cooking the Books column offers baking guides simple and impressive as well as 'home food' from a nurturing soul.