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The One and Only Sundry Shop – a central feature of Malaysian life serving as shopping outlet, local market, and community center all rolled into one.

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Rice Cooker Hainanese Chicken Rice – the ever popular Malaysian favorite now made easy, convenient, and in small portion using the rice cooker. A must-try! Hello, hello, It’s me Jon! It’s been over a year since I did my last post, Curry Shrimp Fried Rice. Since then, I have graduated from my Master’s program and...

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This tender crisp blanched baby Gai Lan (Chinese Broccoli) with Oyster Sauce is a dish served regularly at the dinner table. Very quick and easy to prepare. Gai Lan (Chinese broccoli) is a popular Chinese vegetable served regularly at the dinner table. In Malaysia this vegetable is popular prepared in two ways – Stir Fry...

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A guide to making your own Chinese New Year Candy Box (Tray of Togetherness) and the significance of each treat placed in there.

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This Salted Fish Curry is an adaptation of the Nyonya version using freshly salted fish instead of dried salted fish. It is just as delicious!

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Winter Melon Soup (Tong Kua Tong) is a soothing and nutritious soup with cooling properties. Perfect on a warm day but just as comforting on a cool day.

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Chinese Leeks Sausage Stir Fry - a fragrant and garlicky stir fry delicious served with steamed rice. Quick and easy to prepare.

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Diced Preserved Radish Long Beans Stir Fry (Chai Poh Tao) – a medley of diced vegetables with a sweet salty flavor that goes well with plain congee.

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Preserved Radish Omelet (Chai Poh Nooi) is a favorite Hokkien side dish usually eaten with plain congee. Only 4 ingredients and just minutes to prepare.

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Make Steamed Plain Rice Cake with the perfect texture using only 3 ingredients for Char Koay Kak (Fried Rice Cake), a popular Penang street food.

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