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Ever wondered what the sweet sausage-y bits in your char kway teow was all about? We unravel the delicious world of Chinese cured meats.
For all the diversity in this world, there are still a few food techniques that are ubiquitous across civilisations. After all, the base need is the same: make your supplies last as long as possible. The obvious answer? Preservation. And s...
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Bored with the same old bowls? Here's what we're digging a fork into right now. They're far from blah!
When the weather warms up, salads are just what the body craves but it’s easy to get caught in a salad rut: Same old lettuce, same old dressing. Here the answer: our current favourite salads, from a nutrient-packed red rice, nut and goji b...
Whether you Earl Grey all the way, keep calm with a herbal or feel a little nice with fruit and spice, tea goes beyond the humble cup in these tea-riffic dishes.
Don't get us wrong, we love to bag or brew and slowly sip on a good cup of tea. In fact, research shows that tea drinkers are "better people" (and probably less stressed, too).  Tea is number one on our 'must explore' list, especially afte...
They say that you enjoy food with all your senses, but these pungent-yet-flavourful foods show that sometimes, your nose might not always know best!
On this week's episode of Destination Flavour China, Adam Liaw explores the Anhui speciality of stinky fish. While the curing process gives the fish its flake-in-your-mouth touch, according to Adam, "there's absolutely nothing to fear when...
Chanie Apfelbaum is all about mixing things up in tandem with tradition, be they Jewish holiday classics or everyday kosher cooking.
This year, Hanukkah kicks off on the eve of Sunday December 2 and runs for the customary eight days until Monday December 10. Which means doughnuts, latkes and other delicious symbolic dishes are just around the corner for those of us cele...