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Forget chips 'n' dip. Forget your usual nachos. Meet sweet, tasty, scary, mash-up corn chip creations taking things to a whole new level.
Earlier this week, a picture of a corn-chip topped pie crossed the SBS Food desk. After a brief double-take (what would that taste like?? - more on that in a minute) we got to wondering.  What other unexpected culinary capers has the humbl...
Pi - the Greek letter “π” - is crucial in maths. Pie - in any language - is just downright delicious. Go eat 3.142 slices.
Pie is good any day of the year, but today pie lovers have extra reason to serve up a piece - or three and a bit - slices of pie. Pi, or “π”, is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a c...
Summer may be on the way out, but that doesn't mean that its delicious food has to go with it. Here are 8 ways to preserve those warmer weather flavours.
Here are 8 ways to preserve that summer vibe.  1. Mango Pickle Synonymous with summer, the return of mangoes on fruit shop shelves brings great excitement in December, followed by great despair when they disappear in February. Hold onto th...
See how this underground mushroom can find a home on your plates. (And in your toastie!)
There's a sense of divine mystery and history behind the truffle. Whilst it has enthralled people for thousands of years, viewed by rulers of the Greek and Roman Empires as a sign of great power, for many today it is still an anomaly. Truf...
A sub-section of Malaysian and Singaporean cooking, Nyonya or Peranakan cuisine is best known for zesty laksas, dainty kuehs (sweets) and fiery sambal belachan. Earn your stripes by nailing these basics.
The culinary history of Peranakan or Nyonya cuisine is a long and rich one and is built on a fusion of ingredients. Find out more about the Nyonya cuisine here. This Thursday on Destination Flavour Singapore, Adam Liaw meets Violet Oon, a ...