Spice Up Your Kitchen with Chefology and McCormick

It's always a great pleasure to be invited to a cooking workshop because it means that I could get out of my comfort zone and cook at a foreign, often-more-equipped kitchen trying out new recipes with other people. Few days ago, I attended a bloggers' meet and greet with Chefology and McCormick. McCormick I'm quite... Continue Reading →

Häagen-Dazs™ Introduces A New Way To Send Flowers With Its “Little Gardens” Collection

Running out of ways to impress your partner? Want to show a little appreciation to your mom in a creative way? Well, here's an idea for you. You can send flowers along with Ice Cream for that special person in your life. It won't be just any ice cream of course, in fact let me... Continue Reading →

Memory Makers at Traders Hotel

Traders Hotel carries a lot of fun memories for me, from the time I was still a tourist til now. And it's fitting that they have recently launched a selection of new flavours called "Memory Makers", a series of new dishes and drinks created based on guests preferences over time. The Memory Makers are made... Continue Reading →

Hwan by Chakri, Midvalley Megamall

Thai food seems to be all the craze in Klang Valley all the sudden, with a few new additions sprouting up everywhere. Of these, Hwan by Chakri (obviously run by the same Chakri Palace people) stands out with a slightly different concept. The owner created this concept after her visit to Thailand. There she met... Continue Reading →

Nook’s MIGF 2014 Menu

It's always a pleasure receiving invitations from Aloft Kuala Lumpur be it a review session, or music event. You might have notice that I am there quite often (several times a month, in fact) and that is because I always enjoyed their great hospitality. A makan session at Nook, especially, is something I won't miss.... Continue Reading →

New Zealand Natural, Sunway Pyramid

I used to live right next to my uni in Melbourne. And those who are studying or have studied in Melbourne Uni would have taken the advantage of the "Italian street" just a few minutes walk away. Lygon street holds many fantastic memories for me and that's where I discover the joy of devouring gelato... Continue Reading →

Paleo Banana Bread

Over the years of living in KL, I have become a bit of a hermit. If there's nothing important, I much rather stay home. It probably doesn't help that when I gig I have to be around a lot of people. So being at home means I can put my feet up and work at... Continue Reading →

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