Nori Chips

“If you love crunch and you love seaweed, these are your perfect homemade chip.. They are dangerously moreish, so make sure you make plenty..” -Poh Ling Yeow ​ ​ Food fact: “Seaweed is much more nutrient dense than any land vegetables. It is an excellent source of micronutrients including folate, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, and […]

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That Golden Yellow Hue That’s Good For You

Turmeric! One of the most revered spices for both cooking and healing. Here are the benefits of having turmeric: A superstar in the fight against inflammation Helps aid digestion A powerful antioxidant which destroys free radicals in the body For liver health Helps the body to regulate blood pressure and blood clotting Responsible for the […]

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Transformers vs. Wonder Woman

I am a movie buff, I admit. I watch all kinds of movies (even series) almost everyday, it’s insane! Is it classed as a sickness? Haha.. For the month of June, I have watched a few films, both at home and at the cinema (date night). To name the few: The Zookeeper’s Wife Transformers: The […]

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Chicken, Mushroom & Cream Sauce

  “All I ever wanted to do was to make food accessible to everyone; to show that you can make mistakes – I do all the time – but it doesn’t matter.” -Jamie Oliver Simple, healthy lunch or dinner dish by me 🙂 Recipe (serving for 2): 1 garlic clove (Mashed into a paste) Mushrooms (Cut […]

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From Yours Truly!

Selamat Hari Raya Maaf Zahir & Batin to my family and friends in Malaysia.. Eid Mubarak to all my Muslim friends across the globe 🕊

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(9) “Twinkle” Ponders.. Part 2

“Kelip, Orkid.. Kita kena pindah ke tempat yang selamat” Manis told the both of them that they will have to move to a safer place. “Huh?” questioned Kelip, being in a confused state of mind having everything else that had happened that day lingering in her head. “Kenapa mama?” Orkid asked her mother what was the […]

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(8) “Twinkle” Ponders.. Part 1

It was the month of September, 2 years later. With comfortable daily temperatures, the ever-present chance of downpours in the afternoons, marks the end of the dry season in Borneo. Kelip, Orkid and their family sat down for dinner. Gagah, their father, looked pretty exhausted. Their mother, Manis, was abnormally quiet. It wasn’t normal for them to […]

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“I Am Not Your Negro”

Wow. Firstly, I would like to give a standing ovation to the late James Baldwin for writing the manuscript of a novel that tells the story of race in modern America, “Remember This House”, even though it was unfinished. Also to filmmaker, Raoul Peck, for turning it into a documentary to share it with the […]

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