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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

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Featured in Lifestyle Expatriate

We did a walking tour in Georgetown recently and was nicely written and featured in Lifestyle Expatriate magazine. Nardya Wray of Campbell House Boutique hotel approached me whether I was free to join her for a walking tour. I happened to be available so off we went to tour and walked around to explore how … Continue reading

Nyonya Food, Vegetable Dishes

We have some very refine vegetable dishes. Great dishes and very appetizing to eat. I remember when I was young, I do not get to cut vegetable for refined dishes. We have to observe the experience cousins using the knife to sliced very fine thin slices for certain dishes. The Nyonya always pride themselves saying … 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

Nyonya Food, seafood dishes

In this page, you get to see mouth watering popular seafood food of the Nyonyas, food I eat since I was a child. Dishes that uses prawns, fish and crabs. As we lived in an island, many of our dishes are freshly cooked with seafood. As early as 6 years old, my weekends and holidays … Continue reading

How to book a Cooking class with us?

Our cooking classes are designed to allow you to have lots of fun while you also learn how to cook. I know cooking for some is real easy peasy. But for some, it is hard and too bothersome. Whoever you are, food lovers, newbies..we are here to help you cook delicious meals. A half day … Continue reading

Malaysian Curries

These are someĀ  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