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How to Photograph Food & Hennessy X.O Appreciation Grows Gastronomy 2011 with Chef Cheong Liew

Make no mistakes about it that everyone, and I mean everyone, can take photographs of food. It’s blatantly easy, all you need is a camera, and you start shooting. Viola. Food shots. But making a dish look like culinary pornography, that’s a whole different thing all together – it’s an art form that only a…

Ben’s General Food Store, Bangsar Village I: Weekend Wonders

The man who gave us the well-loved Delicious chain, Benjamin Yong, has been hitting the KL food scene with many new openings since breaking out on his own. Within the last six months, we’ve seen the launch of Plan B, T Forty Two and more recently, Ben’s in Pavilion and KLCC by his new outfit,…

Weekend Soundtrack: Bruno Mars "Lazy Song"

Bruno Mars – The Lazy Song – Free Music Videos – New Artists The video of Bruno Mars’ latest single, Lazy Song, has just been premiered earlier in the week and guess what? It features a bunch of talented dancing monkeys! I wish I could dance like them. But you know what, I just don’t…

Hello, Is It Me You’re Looking For?: How to Make an Entertaining Travel Video

Firstly, I must apologize for going on a hiatus without much of a notice. Rest assure that I’ve not disappear from the face of this earth. I’m still very much around – alive, but not necessarily kicking if you know what I mean. And as much as the title of this post is much related…

Malabar Palace, Hartamas Shopping Centre: A Hot & Spicy Friendship

I’m not sure if I’ve told you this before, but my bestie (not to be mistaken with the BFF) and I have a strange anecdote for a bad day. We’ll meet up, rant and numb ourselves with a blistering huge dose of Indian curries. Indian food is like music, if made right it is a symphony…

Erawan Classic Thai & Fusion, Kota Damansara:

The Thais have been cooking up a storm since the imperial days of our city’s muddy banks, and any visit to a Thai restaurant traditionally calls for a colourful spread of curries and tom yum which would set any out-of-towner’s heart and tummy of fire. But for many locals, like myself, their gaudy golden ornamented…

Aik’s Asam Laksa and Prawn Mee Stall, SEA Park Market: My Sunless Sunday Fix

Bah! It’s a very wet and gloomy day here in KL today. Where’s the sun on SUNday? Rainy days just make me crave for a stocky bowl of hot soup. Ideally one that is spicy, sour and pack with all the punches. A much needed something that will warm up the body, lift up the…

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