For many of us, the best part of a trip is definitely the food. And if you ask any self-proclaimed foodie, there’s no better way to experience a new place and culture than through its food. A trip to Western Australia for one, will not be complete without having a taste of the local offerings.
During a traditional food festival in Lanjak in West Kalimantan, Indonesia, no preservative or artificial flavouring such as MSG was used in any of the dishes. This also includes the oil they used for cooking which was substituted with tengkawang oil. The traditional food festival was held at Lanjak, West
Torch ginger (Etlingera elatior) is widely known as bunga kantan in Malaysia. It is also known as ginger flower, torch lily, Philippine wax flower, Indonesian tall ginger, rose de porcelaine and porcelain rose. Here in Malaysia, the bud of the torch ginger makes an important ingredient in dishes such as laksa
Nando’s famous flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken has been a fan favourite for over two decades and they’re excited to share a new look for their new menu! With their new campaign #CubaStyleBaru, Nando’s reveals the different ways to enjoy this fan favourite. Craving for flavourful chicken, spicy, sweet and spicy, sour and
Canned tuna has been the subject of many debates. Some argue it is high in mercury and not safe for consumption while others believe tuna canning is not an environmentally sustainable industry. Other concerns about bycatch (like dolphins and whales getting caught in the fishing nets) and overfishing have also
Some Malaysians might not know the name Osborne cracker, but most would definitely recognise the shape and flavour of it. This oval-shaped cracker is generally made from wheat flour, vegetable oil, sugar, corn starch, salt and glucose syrup. Here are three facts you might not know about Osborne cracker: Cap Ayam