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THIS is one of the most important times of the year for many Indian families when the Tamils celebrate their New Year and the Sikhs mark Vaisakhi.
MASAK titik is a Peranakan dish that is peculiar to Penang island.
HUMMUS and baba ghanoush are everyday staples of the Middle East. They are usually served as a dip, spread or appetiser where diners scoop the mashed ingredients with a cracker or flatbread.
Mandarin oranges are abundant around Chinese New Year and it is a cultural tradition for some communities to throw excess oranges into the river on Chap Goh Meh.
YOU know Chinese New Year is around the corner when arrowroot and Chinese waxed meat start appearing at markets and grocery stores.
BAKING cookies for Chinese New Year has been a family tradition ever since I was a child.
SAMBAL hijau better known as sambal ijo or sambal lado is a significant condiment in Indonesian cuisine.
Any Canadian worth their salt will know what butter tarts are. They are basically pastry shells filled with a custard of eggs, butter and maple syrup, the quintessentially Canadian sweetener made by reducing the sap of the maple tree.