Finger lickin’ good Mezze @ Jalan Kasah

Think Mezze, think a selection of finger food. What Wiki Says: In the Eastern Mediterranean is a selection of appetizers or small dishes often served with beverage, like anise-flavored liqueurs such as arak, ouzo, raki or different wines, similar to the tapas of Spain or finger food. What Mezze Says: …A meeting place where....

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Genji @ the PJ Hilton Dining Experience

A couple of months back, I was invited to my first food review as a blogger. Yes, I was officially a blogger! I didn’t know anyone, but with some of Malaysia’s most popular food bloggers like Lyrical Lemongrass, Frat Mustard and Cumi & Ciki. I soon found I was in a room full of people with a common interest. FOOD. I....

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Nowhere like Neroteca…

“There is nowhere like Neroteca in the city.” – www.neroteca.com I completely agree. Located in a long narrow lot at the base of Somerset Condominiums in the the Changkat Bukit Bintang area, Neroteca is not somewhere you just ‘drive past’ and think: hey, that looks like a nice place, let’s....

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Frat the Man, the Cutie, the Foodie

Frat the Man, the Cutie, the Foodie *Disclaimer: Names and places have not been changed to expose the innocent. This story is a gross misrepresentation of what really happened, and some of the content may be offensive to the reader. I’ve been naughty. Very, very Naughty. A few months ago I met a cheeky chappy called Frat....

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Get Cooking @ The Hilt

As seen on red.fm Get Cooking @ the Hilt A few months ago I attended a cooking class at Senses, Hilton KL’s fine dining restaurant. Having learnt a few tasty recipes from the Sunday Brunch Cooking Class, I was eager for more. This time round, award winning Chef de Cuisine Michael Elfwing was presenting us with the Senses....

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A pinch of Sage…

Sage. A little herb, with a slight peppery flavor. We know it in Western cooking for flavouring meats.  Often in America and Britain, sage is used with onion for poultry or pork stuffing and also in sauces. The French love to supplement white meat and vegetable soups with this delicate herb. In the good ol’ Germany where....

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How to cook a Wagyu-tastic Steak

As seen on red.fm A couple of weekends ago, I had the luxury of being surprised with a dinner at Sage, at the Gardens Residences. The full review is coming soon. Now, I walked away from that memorable meal immensely satisfied, but with a question that has been plaguing my mind since the day I picked up an apron and a frying....

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