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Nyonya Dishes

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Karina and Kasey in Penang

Last year, I received an email from my cooking guest who asked if I want to host Karina and Kasey in Penang. I did not know who they are but was told they were the winners of NZ Master chef and had their own TV program called Kitchen Diplomacy. I googled them and read about … Continue reading

Cooking in North Island, New Zealand.

I have not written for a long time. The cooking class in our home is progressing well. The internet and wifi, finally is smooth for me to sit down and pen some travel adventure. For some time, I was not able to do it as we were getting intermitten services. Chandra, Junnie and I went … Continue reading

Cooking in Monchique, Portugal

Chandra and I had a whirlwind holiday with Justin and Karen Wride in March 2017. Both of them came to Penang to do a cooking class in 2016 and we became very good friends. Justin is in my facebook and he gets to see my posting. Each time he sees something he fancies, he will … Continue reading

Dine with Pearly in Fun Bee Park, Brunei

Cecilia Lee came to my Penang cooking class with some of her good friends from Brunei. I came to know this dynamic warm lady after spending a few days with her in Penang. Little did I know she sprung me a surprise call after 3 weeks returning to Brunei. I am inviting you over to … Continue reading

Nyonya Food, meat dishes

In this page, you can find some of the more popular dishes I taught over the years. Some of these recipes uses fresh ingredients like galangal, lemon grass, fresh turmeric, dried chillies, shallots, coconut cream and shrimp paste. Generally these are Nyonya meat dishes with Malay inspirations of Curry Kapitan, Beef Rendang, Bak Char Rempah, … Continue reading

Cooking with Pearly Kee

Welcome to Penang Homecooking School and I am Pearly the homecook teacher, coach or food specialist. In this site, you get to know more about cooking class or food in Penang, Malaysia. Our food in Penang can be said to be the driving force of people coming to Penang. So I would say Penang food … Continue reading

Malaysian Curries

These are some  Malaysian curries I teach in my homecooking classes. Chandra’s aunt Kamachi taught me some of these dishes when I got married. And over the years of eating and entertaining, I almost love the great curries I cook now. Ayam Masak Merah or Red chicken curry, is actually chicken cooked in rich paste … Continue reading