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‘Casseroles, Slow Cooker and Soups’ by ‘Taste of Home’

Slow cooking is said to offer a healthier, low-fat method of cooking and require a minimum amount of effort. ‘Casseroles, Slow Cooker and Soups‘ by ‘Taste of Home’ is a cookbook that shares home-styled Western recipe ideas using the three slow cooking methods – oven baking, slow cooker and simmering.

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TGI Fridays – Meal For 2

The Meal For 2 promotion from TGI Fridays has been around for about a month and judging from what’s available, it looks like it’s quite worth the money.

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Japanese Green Tea Chocolate Recipe Idea

My first taste of Japanese green tea flavoured chocolate left me drooling for more – it is rich, mildly sweet, a little mellow and has a hint of pure grassy flavour. I bumped into this simple recipe idea that may be worth your time.

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Finger Food Experience at Grand Ballroom, The Westin Kuala Lumpur Hotel

The Westin Kuala Lumpur Hotel is a five star hotel located at a busy and vibrant street of Jalan Bukit Bintang, where the heart of the Kuala Lumpur Golden Triangle is situated.

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Going Cheap at ‘Eat Only 699’

Going Cheap at Eat Only 699

The shop says 699, it says ‘Eat Only 699’ – will it still be 699 after GST? I don’t know about that but RM 6.99 with some tax is still a very reasonable price for food.

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Hydroponics Vs Aquaponics

Did you know the difference between hydroponics and aquaponics? The terminologies are commonly found in the subject of gardening (the art of growing food).

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Tapped (2009) – Documentary

Tapped (2009) is a documentary film that examines the fate of today’s most basic resources – drinking water. Set within the parameter of the United States, the film examines the ecology, environmental impact and consequences of embracing the current trend of ‘bottled water’ as a commodity.

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Premium Selections at Ninja Joe (Non-Halal)

Ahhh some porky goodness from Ninja Joe, their Premium Selection gives you quite a choice for them oinky stuff. So here’s their Premium Selection – I went for the Cheezilla because I love cheese. I only have enough stomach space for one, if not I would’ve also ordered the Sumo.

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A Perspective of Malaysian Food by Visitors Around the World

Malaysia and food is inseparable and it is a lifestyle that is here to stay so long as Malaysians continue to cherish the freedom and the respect for the multicultural facet of the country.

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Buurps Recipe Idea #1: Soft Boiled Poultry Eggs with Grains, Nuts and Seaweed

Poultry eggs are simple ingredients easily found in the kitchen, loved by many and the recipes for poultry eggs are aplenty in the web. Today, I am sharing with you a recipe of my own – soft boiled poultry eggs with grains, nuts and seaweed.

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