What food can you best associate with Italy? Pastas, of course! This article tells you how you can learn to make pasta from scratch in Rome, Italy.
It is no secret that Malaysians have a sweet tooth. Here are 10 of the best Malaysian desserts that you must try — from peanut and sweetcorn pancakes, to glazed sweet potato donuts, to simple fried bananas.
Rice is the staple food in most Asian countries. But did you know that there are so many different ways to cook it to make completely unique dishes? Check out these 10 rice dishes that you must try in Malaysia.
Although rice is the staple food in Malaysia, noodles are also a popular option. With the various noodle dishes on offer, you will be spoiled for choice. Here are 10 of the best noodle dishes that you have to try in Malaysia.
Bhang lassi is essentially cannabis smoothie. And in Jaisalmer, India, there is a government-authorized shop where you can buy this drink. Here’s all you need to know.
Kopi luwak Indonesia is the most expensive coffee in the world. But what is it and why is it expensive? Is it ethical to drink kopi luwak? Find out where to find ethical kopi luwak tours in Bali, what it tastes like, and how to find authentic ones.
Malaysians love eating so much that three meals per day are never enough — we need something in between: snacks! Here are 10 savory snacks that you have to try when you visit Malaysia.
Being a predominantly Muslim country, Malaysia isn’t exactly known for its alcoholic beverages. But this doesn’t mean that it’s completely devoid of any. Whether you’re a visitor wanting to get a taste of Malaysian flavors, or a local trying to get closer to your roots, this article will introduce you to 10 uniquely-Malaysian cocktails and where to find them.
Deep fried to a crisp perfection… If exotic food tickles your fancy, you should probably try one of these critters on your next visit to Thailand. This article includes different types of edible insects (with pictures!), where to get them in Thailand, and what to expect.
What is Dining in the Dark? Do the customers really eat in the dark? But why would they want to pay for that? Couldn’t they just do it at home?