Today comes the time that we must again eliminate a national cuisine that we enjoyed a great deal. Whichever of Armenian or Malaysian food has made its last featured appearance on The World Cup of Food has been a pleasure to prepare and especially to eat.
Malaysian cuisine is based largely on that of the indigenous Malay people, but also contains a heavy portion of the cultures of the country’s significant populations of people of Chinese, Indonesian, and Indian descent. Trade with or immigration of Thais, Portuguese, British, and Arabs have added bits and pieces of their native traditions to the Malaysian kitchen as well.
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