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FOR decades, the Ooi family in Penang has faithfully gathered to make t’ng tak (sugar pagoda) and mee koo (red tortoise bun) for the Thnee Kong Seh (Jade Emperor’s Birthday) celebration.
THE effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and the movement control order has hit everyone hard, but it has been even harder for some.
Chefs and volunteers from charitable society cook up, freeze and distribute special meals for 190 families in Kluang
BARBERSHOP operators who are now suffering after not being allowed to operate, have appealed to the government to provide them with an exemption during the enforcement of the current movement control order (MCO).
JOHOR BARU: Aspiring cooks can fire up their stove and get creative for a cooking competition organised by the Malaysia Guangxi Women’s Association in search of delicious Chinese New Year dishes.
MUAR: The management of a 50-year-old coffeeshop in Jalan Temenggong Ahmad here insists on using a wood-burning stove to boil water and make toasts, foregoing the convenience that a gas stove offers.
JOHOR BARU: The movement control order period (MCO) that started on March 18 has given rise to many home cooks and bakers, including a single mother from Taman Johor Jaya here, who started baking as a way to bond with her two daughters.
WHEN the movement control order was enforced on March 18, thereby forcing most Malaysians to stay home, many aspiring chefs channelled their inner Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson and dazzled our social media feeds with endless dishes.