Aug 27, 2007
Working with and sponsored by Dapur Al-Masyhur, www.al-masyhur.com
On August 26, 2007 we had our inaugural 'Hot Food For The Homeless' kitchen at Bukit Bintang. About 20 homeless came.
Volunteers helping out
A sampling of the dishes - chicken curry, fried eggs, hot rice, stir-fried vegetables.
Volunteer chef, Devan
Every time you buy "DQ" and "Al Masyhur", part of your purchase will go to feeding the homeless and needy, including old folks homes, ophanages, and others. In the near future, your purchase will go into starting micro-farm projects among rural farmers.
Contact Dapur Al Masyhur at email@example.com
Dato' Abdul Hanan bin Alang Endut, Sec. Gen. of the Min of Science, Technology and Innovation visited our farm on August 26, 2007. For the first time in his life he ate 'sawi' raw like a salad and declared surprised at its 'sweetness' and crunchiness. The 'sawi' was grown using our Nature-Q Farming methodology.
Dato' Hanan was especially interested in our experiments with micro-farming where on an acre of land, we raise goats, chickens, organic vegetables and fruits to produce an income of between rm2000 to rm5000 per month.
This picture shows a goat shed built using traditional technology and sustainable materials costing about rm250 for a shelter to house up to 50 goats. Using modern methods, the cost would be rm20,000. Most of the materials used in a modern shelter would be timber and not sustainable.