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More Malaysian: Fish Curry and Mee Goreng

Malaysia has an advantageous geographic position, as far as food influences go. For the last many centuries, travelers going north and south have used the peninsula to travel from China and Indochina to Indonesia and beyond. Those traders and travelers going east-west have had to deal with this long reach of land in their road. […]

More Malaysian & Indonesian Dishes

As I’ve noted before, I have a love of Malaysian food. Maybe even an obsession. So this month I’ll make several posts about Malaysia and its wonderful food, from a Westerner point of view (of course).

I’ve managed to reformulate and write up some of my favorite Malaysian and Indonesian dishes. I have found some similar […]

Malaysian Cuisine I: Two Interesting Sauces

Modern Malaysia is a land of many contrasts. There are places of crushing poverty, and areas of rampant wealth and excess. Often these are separated by as little as a street or a fence. There are signs of the British occupation and rule, and many places where it appears the British never showed up. Christan […]

My Top Five Places to Eat Spicy Food in Asia

No. 5: Indian Kitchen, Gubei District, Shanghai

The Gubei District in Shanghai, the first area where Western expatriates settled in (reopened) Shanghai in 1994, is where a lot of us round-eyes hang out. A great variety of European eateries are located there, and there is good, safe walking areas as well. The Hongqiao Pearl Market is […]