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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.
AFTER searching for ideas on activities for her children to do in the house during the movement control order period, Aida Husna Ruslan started making DIY (Do It Yourself) biscuits.
GOING into 2021, the revival and creation of jobs will be the big thing as economies struggle to recover from the devastating pandemic.
We eat a complex amalgamation of compounds/elements at every meal, and much of it may be considered as food “dark matter”.
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.
PARIS (Reuters) - The baguette - a mix of wheat flour, water, yeast, salt and a pinch of savoir-faire and as much a symbol of France as the Eiffel Tower - may soon join UNESCO's listing of cultural treasures.
INSTEAD of lamenting about slow business at their cafe in Lebuh Queen, Penang, during the movement control order (MCO), a family of three generations has decided to focus on baking cookies this Chinese New Year.
Race car driver Jazeman Jaafar and content creator and paralegal Naddy Rahman share their love story.
KOTA KINABALU: There are no big parties and house visits this Chinese New Year but that does not stop parents from making sure their children enjoy the holidays and treasure this festive season with other fun activities.
Check out these colourful drawings by Starchild readers on the Year of the Ox