Food Type: Malay Category

1.  Baby chat potatoes can be quite delusional. Some think they’re royalty. . Some gather with the flock and graze on imaginary grass. . The brave ones enter the waters like Jacques Cousteau and swim with the sharks. . But my baby chats….. . They get smashed.  . It’s easy, really.  After boiling them in […]

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Looking at the crowd at Restoran Malaysia, I am convinced that Kajang folk eat satay every day of the week. So this evening, we sat down to partake in an age-old ritual in Kajang. The restaurant has been operating since 1971. That’s way before I was born […]

Delicious phallic symbols of glory. There’s a certain rawness of manner in using one’s teeth to pull out the pieces of skewered meat on a stick. Almost primitive. The warm meat mixed with the crushed peanut sauce is harmonious. Human beings have short memories. News today, garbage tomorrow. The case against the popular Kajang satay […]

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Food, for me, represents the love of family, the fellowship of friends, and the community and communality it brings.


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