About The Blogger

My name is Tammy and I've been blogging for over a decade now. I work full-time in my dream company while juggling love, life, this cute blog and a blogger's community called The Butterfly Project. People often tell me that I'm a wonder woman, but in reality - if it's something you love, you can do wonders.

When I'm not wondering, I'll be on my computer searching for the next fountain of youth or hunting down a fantastic deal. I'm also a shopaholic, wanderluster, spa enthusiast and proud hipster who loves planning special occasions and surprises for her loved ones.
  • Top 10 Female Bloggers in Malaysia
  • Founder of The Butterfly Project Malaysia
  • Winner of Cleo's Next Top Blogger Malaysia 2011

  • Krabi Thai Cookery School by YA


    bringing back my cooking skills from Thailand

    Sawadee Ka, I am back from the land of smiles, to be exact Krabi! It's my first time visiting Krabi and I must say it don't look anything like what the "travel deals" sells us. Krabi is not an island, it's just the costal area where you can take speedboats to the beautiful islands. Everything is super expensive at Ao Nang, cheap to the farangs (farangs are what Thai people calls white people) expensive to us Malaysians because the price is roughly your Kuala Lumpur food price and might even be higher. Example a normal cafe by the street with no aircond sells "nasi ayam paprik" at RM14 while our cafes charges RM6.

    Gordon Ramsay learns Thai Cooking from Ya

    Anyway what I enjoyed the most during my 4 days 3 nights stay in Krabi is going to the popular Krabi Thai Cookery School by Thai chef Ya. It's also recommended by Lonely Planet and it's where Gordon Ramsay learn how to cook tom yum from Ya! Not wanting to waste the awesome recipes and skills Ya taught me, I am going to plan for a Thai Dinner night for my friends (if they dare to eat my cooking). One of the dishes that I will be preparing is using the glutinous rice to make Sticky Mango Rice! one of Thai's popular dishes.

    this is glutinous rice for making sticky rice

    first time my fiance & I learn cooking together

    nothing like a ultimate self indulgent while cooking

    yay! see my sticky mango rice? yummeee

    I know I can do it again in Malaysia with what Ya taught me! I have the recipe in my hand and all I need is to buy glutinous rice from uh where? I didn't even know there's such a thing as glutinous rice. Hope I can find it in the supermarket soon so I can cook Thai Sticky Mango Rice and impressed my friends.


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      1. ^__^ ya.. everyone happy learning to cook with Ya..

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      1. yes yes XD !!!! i'm perfecting my mango sticky rice for u girls to try!

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    5. that sticky rice with mango looks yummy!

      1. it is.. n taste so sinfully <3 satisfying!!! a little is enough to put a smile on my face

    6. sticky mango!! so yummy :) been wanting to learn how to to cook red ruby dessert..

      the sticky rice, you can grab at pasar they all panggil beras pulut siam :)

      1. red ruby dessert! i wonder if i have this recipe... hmmm...

        sticky rice, i went and bought jasmine glutinous rice at Ben's Supermarket (high kelas haha)

    7. U really can cook well now.. :)

      1. no lah.. learning.. I'm a newbie.... when I become pro, i can save money cooking at home healthily instead of eating outside


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