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Hong Kong 'celeb chef' Norma Chu promotes home-cooked TV show

Hong Kong celebrity chef and cookbook author Norma Chu is passionate about promoting home cooking as a quality lifestyle choice on her new TV series, 'DayDayCook'.

Home cook Ellen Wong still makes the Chinese food she learnt in the 1950s

Home cook Ellen Wong still makes the traditional Chinese food she learnt from her mother in the 1950s, like poached chicken, old cucumber soup and hairy gourd with glass noodles.

Passing down treasured Malay recipes

Some family matriarchs are determined to pass down heritage Malay recipes like mee bandung and laksa Johor to their daughters and daughters-in-law.

Rice-mad Myanmar eyes healthier diet

While Myanmar has been a rice-eating nation for decades now, the government is trying to change this with a five-year nutrition plan aimed at introducing healthier diets.

Nyonya-influenced food from Melaka at Kampung, PJ

Kampung serves up Nyonya-influenced food like pork pongteh, starfruit assam fish and Nyonya chicken rendang, in homage to owners Alicia Lim and Derson Tan's Melaka roots.

Artisanal producer Bacon It makes bacon popcorn and bacon cakes

Husband-and-wife team Joon Yee and Im Cheah of Bacon It make all sorts of bacon-laced food like bacon popcorn, bacon cupcakes and even bacon ice-cream.

Authentic Chinese food from China

Front Line Chinese Cuisine serves up authentic Szechuanese, Shanghai, Hunan and Cantonese food like imitiation crab and Szechuan-style boiled fish in pickle cabbage and chilli soup. 7/10 The food is authentic and good The good: Authentic Chinese food The bad: Expect to be chastised if you’re a chopstick novice

Traditional Chinese meals mixed with Nyonya favourites for Chinese New Year

Home cook May Goh still serves the Nyonya dishes she learnt how to make as a teenager like jiu hu char and acar, at her annual Chinese New Year gathering.

Festive cookbooks to spread holiday cheer

From the ins and outs of French cuisine, to holiday staples and baking essentials, there's lots to inspire foodies everywhere this festive season.