An open invitation to opportunity

When the lady seller at the coconut milk stall in the market gives a positive response that I can put my cupcakes at her stall gives me a motivational impact. This is a starting point to be an entrepreneur. I start thinking on the way home from the market.  Yes, I’m happy about this. In my mind, I think differently.  There are 10 questions lingering … Continue reading An open invitation to opportunity

Experiences finding coconut oil in Malaysia

A special  request When my son requested me to make a cake from coconut oil, it raised a question. I ask him why coconut oil?. I told him, all these years I make cake from butter and never coconut oil. “Well, now I can’t take dairy products including butter anymore. I’m allergic to it,” he said. My response is, “Well said, where I’m gonna find … Continue reading Experiences finding coconut oil in Malaysia

Simple Tips: Using onions in cooking

How many meals we normally have in a day There are three main meals a day. We call it breakfast, lunch and dinner. This set of meals is running down generation to generation. This is considered traditional meals time to a family.  But along the way, as years went by, when people were busy with work, they chose not to take this set of traditional … Continue reading Simple Tips: Using onions in cooking

How to use pandan leaves to cook Malay Cuisine

Pandan is a tropical plant native to Malaysia. The leaves are long, ribbed and lance-shaped and as a garden specimen it has a unique appearance and only about a metre tall. I grow pandan plants in my garden. Pandan plants are easy to grow in our tropical climate. It grows directly from the soil. If you trim the pandan leaves in the pot, it will … Continue reading How to use pandan leaves to cook Malay Cuisine