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After several generations, they have perfected age-old family recipes.
There's never a dhall moment when it comes to Indian food.
Teh tarik satu, and one political debate coming right up.
What has food got to do with politics?
A wet market is always loud, frenetic, dirty and, well, very wet.
The farm-to-table concept is taking off in Penang.
They write the stories that make the whole world hungry.
The taste of the world is at our doorsteps.
A tribute to the hawkers of Penang.
Call it ban chien kueh or apam, a pancake by any other name would taste just as sweet.
Street food that is according to the doctor’s orders, perhaps?
Fourth generation vendors continue the sweet legacy of their forebears.
There's something to eat, anytime of the day, in Butterworth.
Food is a natural fixation for many artists.
A glance at gastronomic figures.
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