Getting Home for the Chinese New Year – Thoughts about the journey home for the celebration and what it means to those travelling and those waiting.
This Cincaluk Pork Stir Fry is one dish not easily found at the restaurants. It is deliciously fragrant, tangy, and appetizing. A must try!
Easy to put together Kuala Lumpur Style Chee Cheong Fun using prepackaged ingredients. So delicious and it takes only 20 minutes to prepare.
Char Koay Kak (Fried Rice Cake) is a popular Penang breakfast or supper street food usually served in small portions. Easy to prepare and super tasty.
Kong Tau Yew Bak (Braised Pork in Soy Sauce) is a well loved, very flavorful Hokkien (Fujianese) comfort food dish. Usually comes with hard boiled eggs.
Kiam Hu Beehoon is fried rice noodles with salted fish, eggs, and kangkung. It is very tasty served with sambal belacan and lime wedges. A must try!
Green Beans Omelet, a quick and easy side dish usually eaten with rice. A cut red chili is added to provide a little heat.
Kopitiam Days – Recollections of old coffee shop culture in 20th century Malaysia replete with local favorites like nasi lemak, roti canai, kopi-o, etc.
Half Boiled Eggs and toast are a favorite Malaysian breakfast. Learn how to cook them to a soft, creamy, and delicious perfection in a hot water bath.
Rehash your roast pork and leftovers in this popular Chai Boey (Mustard Greens Stew). It is a spicy and tangy soup delicious served with steamed rice.
Usher in the Chinese New Year with this colorful Yee Sang (Prosperity Toss Salad). It is a fun and tasty salad symbolizing abundance, prosperity, and vigor.
Random musings of Chinese New Year past and present, how some things have changed radically while other things remain the same.
Can’t find young ginger? Use old ginger to make this piquant Pickled Ginger. Great with strongly flavored foods and much better than the store bought stuff.
Mooncake Festivals of Yore – a reminiscence of the fun activities and special foods eaten during the Mooncake (Mid-Autumn) Festival.