I can’t stop talking about food… life is either you “eat to live” or you “live to eat”. I’m lucky to live in this multi-cultural land where I can have different kinds food…curry rice (Malay/Indian), bamboo chicken (Iban), or kolomee (Hakka) for my breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper, tea break, brunch and those ‘tiny’ meals in between 😉

Bak-chang – glutinous rice with pork cooked in spices

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The picture below has homemade sushi in the background and angkukueh on foreground. Angkukueh is made of glutinous rice flour for the red/green ‘skin’ and it’s filled with beans paste or some like in this angkukueh recipe filled with peanuts.

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One of my favourite… yuchakueh (deep-fried fritters). Great with laksa gravy or dunk in a hot kopi-o!!

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This is panggang. Panggang is actually a Malay word means grill. This is glutinous rice with sambal fillers wrapped in banana leaf and grilled over coal. It is delicious.

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And this is agar-agar. Agar-agar is firmer than jelly (jello) and it is a bit ‘crunchy’. I love agar-agar with coconut milk flavour.

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