Think you can cook on a budget? Join this community project’s cooking contest to raise awareness about food wastage

Rainbow of Life Forces founder Adelyn Lim believes in doing small things that inspire like this competition to raise awareness on food waste — Malay Mail file pic

Rainbow of Life Forces founder Adelyn Lim believes in doing small things that inspire like this competition to raise awareness on food waste — Malay Mail file pic

KUALA LUMPUR, May 12 — Calling all aspiring (or avid) cooks: Submit a video of you cooking a dish with ingredients that cost less than US$2.50 (RM10) on Facebook for the Rainbow of Life Forces (ROLF) Cook-On-Budget contest and stand a chance to win prizes.

ROLF is a non-profit community project that hopes to help underprivileged children through instilling good values into the community. With this competition, it aims to encourage youths to cook healthy meals with less food waste and use more locally sourced ingredients. They also hope to promote more home gardening

The contest is open to anyone 12 to 80 years old. For those below 16, a parent or guardian must be present in the video. All entries must

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How to cook ham: The best way to cook ham

Despite being displayed more prominently around the holidays, hams are available in the grocery store year-round. No matter what time of year, ham is an impressive centerpiece. It’s easy to cook, feeds a crowd and can be tailored to your tastes with the addition of seasonings and glazes.

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Ham comes from the hind legs of a pig. A whole ham consists of the butt and the shank, but what’s mostly available at the grocery store is half a ham which is either the shank or butt. The shank is tapered and more pointed and has leaner meat. The butt, not to be mistaken for Boston butt which is actually the shoulder of the pig, is more rounded and its meat more tender and flavorful.

Hams fall into three categories: city ham, country ham and fresh ham.

  1. City hams are wet-cured (injected with a brine),
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Michelle Obama Shares If Husband Barack Obama Is a Great Cook

Michelle Obama dedicated her time in the White House to educating Americans on the impact of food, nutrition, and healthy cooking, and she is continuing that work even while no longer First Lady with her new Netflix children’s show, Waffles + Mochi. Obama recently revealed, however, that her vast culinary knowledge doesn’t quite extend to her husband, former president Barack Obama.

In a new interview with E!’s Daily Pop, the former First Lady shared that her husband has three core meals he makes for their family, but that cooking isn’t a part of the president’s daily repertoire.

“He came cooking,” Mrs. Obama told E! of when she first met her husband, “but he had like, sort of, his three recipes.”

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According to Obama, her husband’s signature dishes include “a mean chili, a good stir-fry, and great omelets. So, he had kind of his

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