All About Kueh Guide
Kue, kueh or kuih are traditional sweet or savoury cakes. These bite-sized colourful snacks are usually made with rice flour and coconut milk. Whether steamed, baked, fried or boiled, they are mostly gluten-free or vegan. Learn about the origins, varieties and superstitions here.
Emergency Stockpile for An Asian Kitchen
Most countries have already declared some form of lockdown due to the current pandemic emergency. In such a crisis, you'd want to stock up on items which are shelf-stable and long-lasting to create delicious balanced meals during the days when you're in-home quarantine.
Stop and Cure Pepper Burn Easily
Feeling the burning sensation on your lips and mouth after eating spicy food? We explored a list of common ingredients which help in neutralizing pepper burn. These ingredients found in the kitchen will tone down the stinging pain fast.
Hari Raya Puasa in Chicagoland Is Better Than In Malaysia?
Eid al-Fitr is a religious celebration by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadhan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. The celebration varies from country to country but have you ever wondered how is it celebrated abroad compared to your home country?
What Makes The Rooster Design On A Bowl So Special?
Rooster bowls are synonymous with the history of the Chinese immigrants in Southeast Asia. The colourful painting of the rooster on the bowl is well-loved and evokes fond memories of delicious food from the past.