Shrimp curry with pineapple is a very famous dish in Malay cooking. The intense flavor from the pineapple, spices, and coconut milk makes this dish perfect for the cold weather. Let me show you how to make this dish for your family.
Would you eat the still beating heart of a cobra? A fish head fermented for weeks underground or an alcoholic beverage with a pickled critter sitting in the middle of the bottle? This and so much more is in this absolutely disgusting article so hold your barf bags high and lets get this party started!
Do you love to eat burgers? In this recipe, let me show you a simple version of a famous Ramly burger, a must try food in Malaysia.
Edible insects are a nutritious food. Farming insects has environmental benefits and will likely become increasingly important as the Earth's population increases.
Should you be visiting Singapore during the Chinese New Year season, here are ten delicious festival foods to try.
Ridge gourd curry (turai ki subji in Hindi) is a simple, healthy, nutritious, and delicious recipe. Pairs well with roti, paratha, naan, and chapati.
The pantry of an Asian cook contains a treasure trove of hot/spicy/tangy pops of flavor that might elevate your ho-hum meals from not-so-great to new-taste-sensation.
Singapore has a reputation for being a global gastronomical capital. Here are 10 delicious noodle dishes to enjoy when visiting the city-state.
Much has been written about British cooking; until recent years almost none of it was complimentary.
A full Welsh breakfast is similar in many respects to other British fried breakfasts. It is made truly unique, however, by the inclusion of laverbread and cockles on the plate, two things you would never find in English, Scottish or Northern Irish breakfasts.
Traditional poutine consists of French fries, cheese curds, and a brown, flavourful gravy. It's a delicious meal that originated in the province of Quebec.
Pastillas are a famous Filipino sweet milk-based treat. This particular recipe features an all-time favorite Filipino flavor, ube (purple yam).
An examinatiuon of the history and changing nature of the English breakfast and what actually constitutes a traditional English breakfast.