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French Cuisine with Malaysian Flavours

Cocott’ derives from the French word cocotte /kô’kôt/. It designates a pot in which food can be both cooked and served. It is often made of cast-iron, and first originated from the Netherlands in the 17th century as the English name (Dutch oven) indicates it. Cocottes are widely used in France and associated to hearty food as they are particularly well suited for long, slow cooking, like roasts, s...

Inspired by Popular Vietnamese Eateries in Melbourne

Simple yet delicious. This is what we can say after having a meal at the Super Saigon. SUPER SAIGON is a dynamic, long-overdue addition to the Malaysian food landscape, where their recipes are inspired by popular Vietnamese eateries in Melbourne. Located in the friendly neighborhood of Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) and the best thing is; they are PORK FREE! Focusing their menu on authentic Vietnamese...

The Coffee Expert

Coffee has been a morning antidotes for many of use as the working adult. Many of the non coffee drinkers thinks that coffee is a drug. But do you know that Coffee is actually very healthy. It is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients that can improve your health. The studies show that coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of several serious diseases scuh as improving you energy levels...

Poke Bowl: More Choices for Healthy Food Lovers

The poke bowl (fish salad), in all its mysterious glory. It’s a culinary conundrum that few on the continental U.S. can pronounce. (It’s POH-keh, by the way.) Poke’s origins have deep roots. Native Hawaiians have long known the pleasures of seasoned raw seafood. Being surrounded by the ocean probably has something to do with it. These treasures have long been a staple in the Hawaiian islands for c...

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