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'Binging With Babish' cookbook features recipes from films and TV

New cookbook "Binging With Babish" features recipes from movies and TV shows like "Mad Men", "The Wire", "The Simpsons" and "Friends".

Cooking The Books: Decadent desserts, virtuous veg and plant food

This month's cookbook reviews include Jamie Oliver's latest vegetable homage, Amy Chaplin's new whole food tribute, and Caroline Khoo's military-precision pastries.

How Korean fried chicken become so popular

Korean fried chicken has become incredibly popular since it was first introduced in South Korea in the 1990s with many Korean fried chicken outlets now popular in Malaysia.

Love food? Love writing? Join the Fay Khoo Award for food and drink writing

Time to put together some delicious words: The third edition of the Fay Khoo Award for Food and Drink Writing is now open for submission. The deadline's Sept 15, so get cracking!

Secrets of superchef Alain Ducasse, whose eateries have 20 Michelin stars

French chef Alain Ducasse has numerous eateries all over the world, with a collective 20 Michelin stars, more than any other living chef. He keeps track of his restaurants by monitoring social media.

Curious Cook: Risk and the micromort, Part 1

Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan talks about micromorts and the risks associated with various activities like eating, running and walking.

A sample of global Nobu meals at Nobu KL

For March 2019, diners at Nobu in Malaysia can sample the best Nobu dishes from around the world including kin medai bagna cauda with wasabi aioli soy cream, Hokkaido scallop and wagyu beef.

Hong Kong’s Michelin-starred gift to Pakistan

The first Pakistani restaurant to earn a Michelin star is causing pride and joy in its homeland.

Cooking The Books: Guilty pleasures for this festive period

From pleesecakes to carb-laden delights, marathon-ready meals and sinful comfort food, indulgence is what it’s all about with this month’s Cooking the Books column.

Curious Cook: Thoughts on Christmas food

How a feast, at any time of the year, affects us.