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IN MALAYSIA, many are familiar with the term nasi campur, which means mixed rice.
CELEBRATING heritage cuisines is important in preserving the local delicacies a country has to offer.
Signature dishes of several states feature in upcoming buffet.
BOREDOM may have set in for some during the movement control order (MCO) as eating at home for days on end has some craving for a nice dining experience elsewhere.
These local heritage dishes, gazetted by the Department of National Heritage may be unfamiliar to many.