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Step Into Poh's Kitchen for a Delighful Take on Recipes New and Old

If you're like me, then you probably can't live without lifestyle channels like TLC.  With their vast array of cooking, crafts and other similar shows, I could easy send hours upon hours just watching through their offerings.  Once in a while a new show comes in bringing a new twist on old family recipes and new culinary innovations. 

Step into the culinary world of Poh's Kitchen!

Hosted by Masterchef runner-up Poh Ling Yeow, step into her kitchen and watch as she whips up original recipes and explores the culture and tradition behind some of the world's favorite dishes. 

Dry Beef Floss Curry with Turmeric Rice...Yum!
 Aside from that, Catch Chef Poh also injects her own personal twists to well-known dishes and exchange recipes and tips with famous chefs like Neil Perry, David Thompson and Emmanuel Mollois.  Truly a genuis in reconciling and combining both Eastern and Western techniques into her cuisine.

With a pinch of curiosity, a splash of audacity, and a whole lot of laughter on the side, step into Poh's Kitchen and awaken your tastebuds to a plethora of flavors and ideas.

Be sure to catch Poh's Kitchen every Monday at 1900 hrs (7:00 pm SIN/HK/PH).  Encores on the following Monday at 1300 hrs (1:00 pm SIN/HK/PH).


About TLC

TLC, one of the fastest-growing lifestyle channels in the United States, is a new global lifestyle channel featuring inspiring lifestyle and factual entertainment focused on travel, food, the environment, home improvement and gripping human interest stories.  By first quarter of 2011, the international TLC offering will be available in more than 75 markets, reaching more than 100 million households outside the United States, making it the most widely distributed lifestyle channel brand in pay-TV.  Launched in Asia Pacific on September 1, 2010, TLC is currently distributed to more than 133 million subscribers in the region.


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