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Being homebound for weeks during the MCO has had one particularly strong domino effect: it has forced Malaysians to cook more.
MENTION dim sum and the first drink that comes to mind which complements it, is Chinese tea.
Diners can find local hawker favourites here along with Korean and Thai fare.
Want to attract attention or stimulate appetites with your cooking? Go for red – just in time for Chinese New Year.
Columnist Chris Chan looks at what gladiators used to eat and how well people are able to adapt to a plant-based diet.
More and more Malaysians are ardent fans of mukbang videos, which typically entail people consuming large quantities of food.
Often called the gastronomy capital of the world, the columnist discovers the culinary specialties of this Spanish resort town.
Whether people realise it or not, gastrophysics has a strong part to play in how they perceive their food and drinks.
INSTEAD of organising another makan outing, members of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs bailliage de Perak (Perak chapter) gathered for a high-tea session featuring sweet treats by award-winning chef Patrick Siau.
I returned from the United Kingdom after a short break and my call to the Bar in October 2008. My call to the English Bar will always be memorable for two reasons. The first reason is that it happened on my father's birthday of Oct 9, and the second is that it was held in the Temple Church that was made famous by the Da Vinci Code.