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Ready to cook up a storm

COOKING should not be a daunting task, what with numerous mobile apps in the market now that offer many new and interesting recipes for novice cooks.

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Starmetro Watch

ROAD CLOSURE: There will be temporary closure of Jalan Persiaran Tasik, Jalan Persiaran Dato’ Menteri and Persiaran Masjid in Shah Alam today in conjunction with the Selangor Cycling Series 2019, from 6am to 2.30pm.

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Steps to avert disasters

MORE than 40 representatives from heritage cities all over the world gathered for a disaster risk reduction practices and strategies sharing session during a two-day workshop held in George Town, Penang.

Focus

Seasoning global palates, one flavour at a time

GREAT plans are afoot for Bidor Kwong Heng, a Malaysian sauce and condiments manufacturer located in Bidor, Perak, including a proposal to supply its products for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Japan.

Eat And Drink

Grilled delights by yours truly

IMAGINE cooking your own teppanyaki at a restaurant.

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Show of Raya harmony from pupils of various races

SJK (C ) Li Tek Cawangan pupils from different races had a merry time taking part in their school’s Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration.

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Barista’s unicorn design wins KL latte art competition

THE 7th Mizpah-Pinoy Barista KL Latte Art Throwdown saw 32 participants battling it out to come up with the best and most unique latte art design in Kuala Lumpur.

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Free workshop for arts lovers

THOSE who are keen to perform on stage during the George Town Festival next month can prepare by signing up for a community engagement workshop called ‘Macam Macam Macallum’.

Eat And Drink

Delicious duck dishes to quack about

What The Duck (WTD) restaurant delivers what its quirky name promises — plenty of duck-based dishes which are healthy, affordable and delectable.

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Bonding over dumpling treat

SPENDING an evening with 400 people to celebrate Duan Wu Jie (Dumpling Festival) was a first for Karin Lim and Lim Leng Han, both 59.