Sunday, August 31, 2014

New Straits Times - 13 July 2014

13 July 2014 - Tapping into family memories and recipes, Lost Recipes of Malaysia is a treasure trove of culinary heritage. Local Malaysian food stretches back more than 600 years. Malaysia, located in the heart of Southeast Asia, was a trading hub and a favourite stopover along the Spice Route. Malaysian cuisine is influenced by a mix of different cultures and adapted eating preferences of merchants and traders who ply this route. Centuries of trading, colonisation and immigration have left their culinary mark on Malaysian food which has main elements of three great cultures — Malay, Chinese and Indian.

For the full article, you can read it on NST online, The Lost Recipes of Malaysia cookbook retails at RM39.90. You can purchase the book at MPH online or at At 19 Culinary Studio's website at