Homemade Kaya Toast: A concoction of fresh eggs, coconut milk and sugar, infused with the heady scent of pandan leaves, and served slathered between crisp slices of toast that hide a generous chunk of salted butter.
My thoughts on the recently-published A Tiger In The Kitchen and a recipe for Chicken Soup.
Time-honored family recipes nicely type-setted and bound into a soft notebook: an antidote to home-sickness and a recipe for Otak-Otak, spicy fish paste in banana leaves.
Thoughts on marriage according to Kahlil Gibran.
Opened in September 2009, here’s a sassy grocery store for your nail, waxing, brow-shaping and nutritional needs.
A photo essay of where to sleep, eat and party in Penang, Malaysia.
A breakfast encounter brings me on a trip back in time.
For your reading pleasure, I’m hanging out at Rasa Malaysia talking about the joys of slow cooking with a traditional Chinese implement: The Claypot. Head over to read about my mother’s Claypot Chicken Rice and try it out for yourself!
Right up till last Thursday, Thanksgiving was an alien concept to me, despite having been in the US for all of two years. It wasn’t the first time we spectated on the manic preparations leading up to one of the biggest American holidays of the year, but it was certainly …
As Muslims everywhere celebrate the annual festival of Hari Raya, or Eid ul-Fitr, marking the end to a month of fasting, I thought I’d try my hand at making a popular Malay kuih in Singapore. Less of a dessert (in the contemporary sense, at least), Onde Onde (pronounced ‘on-day’) is …