No Chopsticks For Man Who Has Dined At Over 7,300 Chinese Restaurants


David R. Chan’s love of lists and determination never to eat at the same place twice has seen him become an accidental expert on Chinese-American history. Just don’t call him a foodie

 

Salt Fat Acid Heat, Cookery Show On Netflix, Rejects Traditional Tv Formula


Most travel food shows are about white male discovery. Most home cooking shows are about white female domesticity. Host Samin Nosrat changes all of that

 

How To Steam Fish: Key Recipe For First-time Cooks To Learn


Once you have mastered the basics of steaming fish, a mere tweak of the ingredients can create a Thai, Sichuan or Cantonese classic

 

If You?re A Vegan And You Object To Eating Honey, Avocados May Be Unacceptable Too


Should you avoid eating avocados because orchards are pollinated through migratory beekeeping that?s cruel to bees? Peta weighs in on recent debate that?s flared online

 

Is Drinking Wine Good For Our Health After All?


Why not just leave it to the experts to work out while you relax with a nice glass of red?

 

In Pursuit Of Michelin Stars, Chinese Chefs Are Going Too Far


Xiaolongbao with Iberico pork, steamed scallop with truffle – why are chefs trying to make classic Chinese cuisine hip?

 

New Restaurants In Hong Kong: Ichu Peru, For Memorable South American Cuisine


The first restaurant opened in Asia by chef Virgilio Martinez of Central in Lima, Peru, 6th on the list of the World?s 50 Best Restaurants, Ichu Peru more than lives up to expectations

 

The Chef Who Wants To Introduce Vegan Cuisine To Koreans


The chef-owner of Mingles, which just received its second Michelin star and is ranked No 11 on the list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, talks about what he learned from Nobu and the Buddhist nun

 

The Best Shanghai Hairy Crabs, The Secret To Farming Them And The Best Ways To Cook Them


For the crab farmers of Yangcheng Lake in China?s Jiangsu province, it?s the excellent water quality there that makes their crustaceans the best

 

Afternoon Tea Is A Phoney, Anachronistic Sham. It?s Time To Abolish It


Invented by a Victorian duchess, afternoon tea ? don?t confuse it with high tea ? is a fixture of Hong Kong menus, but it?s just a marketing gimmick whose time is past, Andrew Sun argues

 
 
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