Opinion: A Malaysian-Dayak writes about the lack of East Malaysian representation in narratives surrounding our national cuisine.
This writer’s late father leaves behind a unique culinary legacy that transcends cuisine.
It’s not every day that your future father-in-law goes out of his way to make your favourite cake for you. Except, for Mildred’s father, it was.
In a world where Africa is thought of as a country, culinary specificity and representation matter in the vast, complex realm of Nigerian cuisine.
A home cook with Melaka-Portuguese heritage learns that making her childhood sambal is a balance of science, instinct, and years of wisdom.
The author of this poem hasn’t seen her mother since June 2018. She is always thinking of her, especially when she cooks for her own daughter.
A tale of generational love, immigration and belonging told through a hulking pile of hand-written recipe notes.
Pandemic-driven lockdowns have flattened our sense of time, and so one family decided to ask the hard question: who said you could only have yee sang at New Year?
A story of how the McDonald’s CNY staple kept a friendship going for over 20 years.