Last year, Farm2platemalaysia's co-founder Pei Chin visited annual Slow Food event in Torino, Italy for a week. She is quite agreed to the philosophy of International Slow Food Movement. After returning to Malaysia and met Nazlina Hussin, the slow food local convivium leader. She together with Wonder Wilderfarm's small scale farmers: Alicia and Mei Shy … Continue reading We are part of Supporting Slow Food Network!
What is Earth Day about? Each year, April 22th is Earth Day which marks the birth of environmental movement started in 1970's. On this day, we are celebrating with eating organic vegetarian farm lunch at Penang's organic farm -Wonder Wilderfarm and plant Frangipani tree there too. We plant Frangipani! We transplanted Frangipani tree to the land … Continue reading It’s Earth Day. We plant a tree.
Pumpkin rich in beta carotene good for eye sight and it's natural sweetness perfectly fit to children's diet. Cooking pumpkin soup is easy. You can either steam it first then smash it well like smashed potato or you can boil it with vegatables broth. I am going to share with you pumpkin soup recipe with … Continue reading Pumpkin Soup
March and begining of April, the seasonal produce are winter melon and pumpkin. Seasonal produce means the period with the weather and soil condition are perfect for certain types of crops to have more yield with less input. Even though Malaysia is not a seasonal country but local organic farmers said they usually get better … Continue reading Cooking Seasonal Produce with Children
A budget and healthy saute mushrooms. Good for vegetarian and vegan.
Below is our co-founder, Pei's learning experience in composting food waste together with secondary students from St George Girl School Nature Society. The workshop was conducted by organic farmers, Alicia and Mei Shy. Their farm is located in AgroTourism Center, Relau, named Wonder Wilderfarm. Their farm is about 1.5 acres. They plant 20 crops and … Continue reading Composting with Students
This is our co-founder, Pei's volunteering experience at Wonder Wilderfarm on 29th May 2016. The farm is a 1.5 acres organic farm and managed by 2 women farmers, Mei Shy and Alicia. Last Sunday (29 May), I woke up very early because I had promise Mei Shy to help her in farm tour programme which was … Continue reading My volunteering experience with nature classroom and wonder wilderfarm
Dhal (also known as lentil) is a staple food in South Asia. Dhal is also a major source of protein in vegetarian diet. In Malaysia, we can get dhal in yellow or red colour from Indian grocery shops. Different colours of food have different nutrient. For example, Lycopene is found in red foods. The main benefit … Continue reading Dhal Curry
Date: 1 June 2016 (Wednesday) Children's Cooking Class at an Organic Farm Venue: Wonder Wilder Farm, Relau Agrotourism Centre (Penang) Time: 08.45am - 13.15pm In collaboration with Wonder Wilderfarm, we have organized a special program for children during the coming school holidays. It is available for children aged 5 - 12 years, parents are also … Continue reading Upcoming Activities in June 2016
More than 1 billion people travel around the globe each year. More often than not, the tourist traffic is headed towards developing countries in the Global South. Souvenir shopping is part of the 'must-dos' of travel. There are only so many generic and mass produced brick bracks for one to choose from. Why not invest your money directly on local products which make a difference to the locals who produce them?