Slightly sweet and spongy yet crunchy, the sugarcane flower or locally known as trubuk/telur tebu (sugarcane egg/immature inflorescence) is delectable eaten raw. As robust and well… Read More
Since time immemorial, different methods of preserving food have existed. The most traditional and natural methods are sun-drying, salting, smoking, pickling and fermenting… Read More
HIS SMALL OBLONG FRUIT USED to be a staple in many local kitchens for sambals, prawn lemak and fish curry, as well as a tamarind substitute and meat tenderiser. In Malay, it is known as Belimbi Buluh (Averrhoa bilimbi), which literally meaning ‘Bamboo Starfruit.’
THE SARAWAK LIBERICA ENDURED A BAD RAP for a long time, bearing the burden of the misunderstood step-child in a roster shared with the more popular Canephora (Robusta) and Arabica.