Top 5 Foods to eat in Indonesia

Oh.. tis Friday.. I feel like a bit, of BITS! Blogger in the Spotlight today is none other than the lovely Gaby, from Indonesia. Indonesia cuisine is known as ‘spice and seasoning daredevil’ and is very tasteful! Many of them are influenced from asiatique/european cuisine, but there are so many dishes that are originally Indonesian, [...]

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Top 10 Tipples in New Orleans

.. and where to find them. I was happy when I heard from the Concierge downstairs of the Sheraton that New Orleans is dubbed “Top 10 Best Drinking cities in America”. I set out to put this claim to the test. Below is my list of recommendations – to get toppled by tipple.. (should getting [...]

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5 Great Ways to See New Orleans

1. On Foot If you are fit and really eager to walk off the extra calories from that bowl of Gumbo, then walking around New Orleans is the best way to see the place as well as burn off some fats. I opted for this option a lot. When my legs gave way, I went [...]

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Palm Oil – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Worker on a Palm Oil Plantation – photo via www.intellasia.net Background While in high school and secondary school, we learnt about palm oil (Malay term – kelapa sawit) in our science classes. We were taught where and how it was planted, how oil was extracted from its fruit and what were the products derived from [...]

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LOST: Mr Sweet & Sour Pork

Oh me oh my.., where has Mr. Sweet and Sour Pork Man gone? Cumi has lost his favorite sweet and sour pork cook! How did Cumi lose him? Cumi had become an un-filial guest here, neglecting to visit more often to keep the relationship alive. It was only until one fine evening last year, the [...]

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5 things to make Glacier Hiking an experience of a life time!

Here is my buddy Juno with her amazing Travel tip on 5 things to make Glacier Hiking an experience of a life time! 1. Always opt for the full day tracking When it comes to glacier hiking, you can choose between a half day or a full day track. I recommend you to take a [...]

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Mama Min’s Studio – Grand Opening!

Word is out! Mama min has moved her baking from home to Mama Min Studio located in Damasara Perdana. Mama Min’s new baking Studio will also be offering baking and decorating classes to adults and children. Her aim is to have a place where everyone feels at home. She is trying to capture what she [...]

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Prime Time

Feeling anaemic? Want to eat the Best Steak in Kuala Lumpur? During the month of April, Prime introduced for the first time, the Wagyu thick skirt steak. What this means is now, more people can enjoy the great quality of a Wagyu steak without paying exorbitant prices. This humongous steak is priced at approximately RM [...]

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My Mate, Marmite.

Friday night’s gonna be all right! TGIF guys:) Here is this week’s Blogger in the Spotlight (BITS), Abigail King. England gets given a hard time for its food, particularly by its European cousins. The stainless steel vats of saggy cabbage and unidentifiable veg in schools and hospitals up and down the country don’t help much [...]

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7 Eats you must not miss in New Orleans

1. Café du Monde Café du Monde is a coffee shop on Decatur Street in the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is best known for its café au lait and its French-style beignets. In the New Orleans style, the coffee is blended with chicory. The Original Cafe Du Monde Coffee Stand was established [...]

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