Sunday, February 10, 2013

If you love peanut butter, I am sure you wanna try this recipe out. I am gonna get the ingredients and do it tonight..haha.

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I was invited by Emila to accompany her to the official book launch of a new cookbook called “A Perennial Feast : Food, Flavours, Restaurant, Recipes” at Starhihll Culinary Studio, Muse Floor, Starhill Gallery, Kuala Lumpur on 30th January 2013.

perennial feast


Authored by Kim Ingris, this book takes the reader on a gastronomic journey from Malaysia to China and Japan, and all the way to Europe. It starts in Malaysia showcasing both island resorts and city heritage hotels and restaurants, all the while providing an overview of traditional Malay are which is combined with some East meets West fusion food and some innovative seafood dishes. The book then explored recipes and cuisine from China and Japan with section on Bali, Thailand, England and followed by France. The recipes are accompanied with iconic properties in full colour photography by Danish photographer, Jacob Termansen.

Kim Inglis - Author

Kim Inglis – Author

After the launch, guest were then invited to go on a gastronomy adventure with a four course dinner prepared by the respective chefs from various restaurants including Chef Matthew Ona who had flown in from Shook! Shanghai at the private Third Floor Gallery located at the JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur.

There was also a live demonstration on how the signature dishes featured in the book and restaurants were prepared!

Here are the food served to us that night.. Bon-appetit!

Amuse Bouche Snow White Dancing Prawns

Amuse Bouche Snow White Dancing Prawns

soft Shell Maki and Kaki Agebonoyaki

Soft Shell Maki and Kaki Agebonoyaki

steamed fillet of Saltwater BarramundiSteamed fillet of Saltwater Barramundi and Pressed Chicken Saute with asparagus


gariguette strawberries

Gariguette Strawberries


A Perennial Feast, is available at Kinokuniya, Borders, MPH Bookstores, Times the Bookshop and WH Smith at the price of RM125 per copy. Go get yours today. Alternatively, you can travel to one of YTL’s exotic hotels or restaurants as you’ll get a real gastronomic experience with the original settings.



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