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Sarj Cooking on The Chefs’ Line

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 7, 2018 | Category : Cooking Show, Events, Home Cooks, Indian Cuisine, Media, Multicultural Cooking Show, Plant 4 Bowden, Plant Based, Sarj, sarjcooking, SBS Cooking Show, Series 2 The Chefs' Line, Television Show, The Chefs' Line, Uncategorized, Vegan

Gulab Jamuns in Rose Water syrup and Pistachio

Yes!! Can’t wait to share with you my journey on SBS  The Chefs’ Line on Monday 20th August at 6pm. Please follow the Eventbrite link below and I look forward to seeing you then! Facebook Simply Sarj @sarjcooking

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Cooking Classes start from 24th March 20018

By: | 1 Comment | On: March 10, 2018 | Category : Cooking class, Cooking tips, Demonstrations, Events, Fusion Foods, Plant 4 Bowden, Plant Based, Seasonal, Uncategorized, Vegan

Char Kuey Teow - large

Are you a beginner-cook? Or are you an experienced cook who still enjoys learning new things in cooking? If so do you prefer cookbooks or go to Google to find the recipes needed or do you prefer the old fashioned way of being taught in person? If you like attending...

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My Plant Based Market Stall at Plant 4 Bowden

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 7, 2018 | Category : Uncategorized

Ingredients for my signature sauces.

It has been nearly a year and a half since I embarked on my journey of strictly plant-based Malaysian/Indian Street Food at Plant 4 Bowden; since they opened their doors for business in October 2016. I am so grateful for my customers’ support; for Plant 4 management team’s efforts each week...

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Sarj cooking at Bowden Plant4

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 26, 2016 | Category : Busan, Business ideas, China, Dairy free., Demonstrations, Filming, Fusion Foods, Gimhae, Health, Herbei, Ho Chi Minh City, Host families, International Schools, Japan, Kansai, Kyoto, My Recipe for Cultural Interchange, Osaka, Seasonal, Shanghai, ShiJiazhuang, South Korea, Students, Uncategorized, Vegan, Videos, Vietnam


My journey to publish my book My Recipe for Cultural Interchange and then turning it into a video documentary 6NORTH by filming in Japan, South Korea (Busan), China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore  in 16 days has been both challenging and rewarding. 6NORTH documents a ‘host mother’s’ journey to visit international students...

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By: | 0 Comments | On: April 7, 2016 | Category : Uncategorized

It’s a year since we filmed 6NORTH in Japan, Korea, China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore in 16 days. It was a remarkable journey that Stephen and I shared together and now with the magic of film editing we can share it with you. Plus you can read my blogs and...

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By: | 0 Comments | On: January 21, 2016 | Category : Uncategorized

It took us roughly 5 hours to get into Singapore. We had decided that we would take a coach to see how much of Malaysia has changed along the way. Practically all of the trip is within Malaysia. You only need to get your passport out at the end of...

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By: | 2 Comments | On: December 30, 2015 | Category : Uncategorized

I trust that you have had a wonderful and Merry Christmas! I would like to take this opportunity to wish you A Very Happy 2016 filled with good health, love and happiness. If wealth happens to follow to reward your hard work then that would be most welcome. Otherwise my...

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My article in Gourmet Magazine

By: | 0 Comments | On: September 28, 2015 | Category : Uncategorized

Kangaroo Steak and Rice Vermicelli Noodles2

I am delighted to say that The Australia Times has kindly asked me to write recipes and stories for their monthly Gourmet Magazine. Since September 2015 I have been contributing my stories and recipes. I also will be developing new recipes monthly using ingredients and produce from my garden and...

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By: | 0 Comments | On: September 21, 2015 | Category : Uncategorized

At Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) we said goodbye  to the Grandma who was returning to Perth and made our way to baggage collection, money exchange and then immigration. I wish Malaysian immigration officers would be more cheerful to visitors. They talk more to their colleagues than tourists and this isn’t a great...

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By: | 0 Comments | On: July 28, 2015 | Category : Adelaide Uni, Filming, Ho Chi Minh City, Host families, International Schools, Interviews, Media, My Recipe for Cultural Interchange, Norwood Morialta High School, Parents, Students, Uncategorized, Vietnam

The flight to Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam was smooth and the crew on Vietnam Air were very pleasant. Before long we were landing in Ho Chi Minh City for the very first time! The sun was setting as our plane landed. We were quite happy that we actually got on...

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