Food memories are powerful. They’re often associated with feelings of warmth and comfort, which is why we tend to miss the flavours we grew up with: not always because of the dishes per se, but the emotions that we associate with them. For some, it can be the memory of waking up to the smell… Read More To All The Restaurants I’ve Loved Before
11. An Adventure In The Kitchen First things first: I am not much of a cook. When I was younger, my mother ruled the kitchen with an iron-fist, and would often shoo me out because I wasn’t cutting something right or wasn’t quick enough to take the pan off the heat, etc. Over the years,… Read More 30-Day Writing Challenge – Day 11: An Adventure In The Kitchen
. Technically, it’s 10 snacks from a Malaysian kid who grew up in the 90s/2000s, but that was too long to fit into the title, so… Hello! I haven’t blogged for a couple of days because I’ve been super busy with work. As the saying goes, when it rains, it pours. Assignments never come in ones,… Read More 10 Snacks from A Malaysian’s Childhood
Me at 4 or 5, standing outside our porch next to mum’s old white Kancil (sold off already), holding my baby brother. Adorable, isn’t he? Before he grew up into a huge pain in the butt.