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Malaysia's frozen durians in China are sold at a higher price than the Thai variety due to their superior quality, Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong said. He said the Musang King, which is sold in packaged form,
The December durian season, which occurs once every 12 years, is set to tantalise the taste buds of those who love the king of fruits. As such, locals and visitors to the island will have more reason to usher in the year-end festivities at the state'
Helen Worley's metaphor for coping with cancer involves nurturing a garden, not fighting a battle. Along the way she has survived with support from her husband, LeRoy Worley; a multitude of friends and medical providers; and Nutmeg, her sweet-
18 October 2012 If hunger pangs keep getting in the way of sticking to your diet, it may be time to use your noodle. Zero Noodles, a new Japanese brand, contain only ten calories in each 200g packet, meaning they can help you to feel full while
Burrata a mozzarella balloon engorged with ribbons of curd and sweet cream that ooze out at the first puncture is underscored by peanut paste tart with calamansi, the Filipino lime. (Arrivederci, Roma.) Microbasil, radishes and curlicues of basil
On his 70th birthday, he climbed up a 30-foot high security tower like a teenager and started telescoping his birthplace on the other side of the border...It has grown taller and (foliage) spread manifold but it is the same landmark which used to
Alastair Bland To lovers of the world's most odoriferous fruit, something doesn't smell right in Thailand's durian country, where a fruit breeder with the Horticulture Research Institute is in the midst of creating a line of durian varieties that
A hotel here has become the first in the country to allow durians to be savoured by its guests within its premises, breaking the usual ban on the fruit. Naza Talyya Hotel in Tanjung Bungah launched its durian packages as part of the Tourism Ministry'
HDB flats in Moulmein Road, Singapore, are fighting over a durian tree. It is a prickly issue, no doubt, guaranteed to grab the newspaper headlines because our neighbours down south are also known for their kiasu attitude. It's not quite a durian
Reba and Amatullah, aged 2 To say Nutmeg the Mouse is a fussy eater is an understatement. Not only does she say 'No' to every fruit her poor mother suggests, she also has a cheeky explanation too: apples are too crunchy; pears are a funny colour and