Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Hong Kong Art

Hidden art which only Hong Kongers know

Venture off the beaten track during this year’s Hong Kong Arts Month which runs from 1 to 31 March, away from the high profile gallery and exhibition venues in the city’s...
Chinese Tea Pot

Stick To The Basics: Simple Steps To Brew Loose Tea

Brewing loose tea is easy, and it is also one of the most crucial factors in drinking better tea, beyond starting with better loose tea in the first place. It doesn’t...
Lobster Filet Mignon

Finding Joy In A Gluten­Free Valentine’s Day Dinner

Years ago my husband was diagnosed with celiac disease. The diagnosis was a godsend as his symptoms displayed evidence of something much worse. When the test results were in, we celebrated....
Indian Dumpling Stew

Hearty Indian Dumpling Stew Banishes Winter Blues

When the weather outside turns cold and chilly, I reach for chickpea flour to make Kadhi Pakora in all its comforting glory. Kadhi is a slow, simmered chickpea soup often made...
White Eggplant

White Eggplant? This Oddball Bakes To Perfection

The exciting thing about buying a white eggplant is that it looks like an egg. Then once that ephemeral novelty evaporates you're still looking at an eggplant that needs to be...

Rye Is Rising: The Age­Old Grain Spices Up Baked Goodies

Bakers are falling for rye, using the "it" grain in breads and pastries. Jennifer Lapidus of Carolina Ground, a flour mill in Asheville, North Carolina, ran out of rye last year...
Ntsiki Biyela

Cutting­Edge Wine: South Africa’s First Black, Female Winemaker Goes Solo

In a country in which wine making is still predominantly a white, largely male profession, South Africa's first black woman winemaker, Ntsiki Biyela, is a pioneer: her latest achievement, the creation...
Coca-Cola

Lawsuit in U.S. says Coca­Cola downplays risks of sugary drinks

Coca-Cola Co and the American Beverage Association trade group were sued on Wednesday for allegedly misleading consumers about the health risks from consuming sugary beverages. The nonprofit Praxis Project accused the defendants...
Italian Wedding Soup

Soup Swap: Comfort Food Works Magic When It’s Shared

I don't know about you, but this election knocked me off my feet. More than ever, I feel a strong need for community. Since Election Day, I want to sit around...
Twinings

Twinings reignites fruit and herbal teas

Twinings, the home of premium tea and one of Britain’s most cherished brands, is repositioning its extensive range of fruit, herbal and green teas with a £10m packaging relaunch due to...
Yogurt parfait with blueberries and strawberry

5 Cool Desserts Perfect For Sweltering Summer Days

I've reached that point of summer where the mere thought of flipping on the oven and heating up the kitchen to bake cookies, pies or cakes makes me sweat. Rather than risk...
Riso al mare

4 Quick Tricks Banish Boring Summer Salads

The grill is blasting away, people are licking their chops, and you're asking yourself, "what sides?" A great approach is a salad, of course. But why stop at merely one salad?...
Fruit Salad Pops

5 Stone Fruit Dishes Kick Summer Into High Gear

It's stone fruit season! Stone fruit includes peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots and cherries, all those summer tree fruits with a pit in the center. These are fruits that can be used...

Marinades Send Grilled Chicken Around The World

As the calendar starts to reach the other side of July, we are well into grilling season, enjoying the smoke and fire of the grill on longer relaxed evenings. Vegetables, red...
Stir fried Peaches

Born In China, Peaches Easily Swing Sweet And Savory

One of China's many gifts to world cuisine is the peach, and with the season in full swing, now is the time to celebrate this most ancient and beloved of fruits....
Ice Cream

Food expert invents ice cream that will never melt

A food expert has created ice cream that never melts. Rob Collignon - who is the owner of Gastronaut Foods - has come up with a recipe for the sweet summer treat...
Cooling Sparkling Water

Mineral Water: Secret To Better Vegetables And More

Bottled-at-the-source mineral water is delightfully refreshing, and with no calories or chemicals, is a drink that's good for you and a base for many make-your-own sparkling beverages. It's also ideal for...
Oysters Wine

Shuck And Sip Guide To Raw Oysters And Wine

"Oysters are the canaries in the coal mine," a fourth-generation oysterman once told me as we slogged across the mud flats of Willapa Bay in Washington. The grower was giving me a...
Grilled Fish with Oregano

Fire, Fish, And Fresh Herbs For Devine Summer Dining

The summer grill party is one of the most beloved of summer gastronomic experiences. On the Fourth of July we fire up the grill, people gather round impatiently, and on go...
Onion Relish

8 Spicy Secrets For Cool Summer Meals

Want a fresh way to spice up your summer grilling routine? Pair those grilled meats with Indian condiments. While Indian foods are better known for their spicy heat, there are several Indian...
BBQ Tobasco

Tabasco sauce to fire up BBQ’s this summer

Tabasco has collaborated with a chef to bring a red-hot taste to BBQ's this summer. Southern BBQ chef Brad McDonald of London's Shotgun and Lockhart restaurants have teamed up with spicy condiment...
Summer Pasta Dishes

4 Easy ­­And Cool ­­Pasta Dishes For Summer

Everyone loves pasta, but during hot summer days a bowl of steaming pasta doesn't sound that appealing. Some people make cold macaroni salads, but I think pasta is not meant to be...
Fruit Infused Booze

Fruit­Infused Booze For Bold Sippers

Walk the farmers markets and enjoy a grand show of summer's bountiful harvest. Leafy greens have reappeared along with all manner of beans and peas. Stone fruit, including peaches, nectarines, cherries,...
Muscle Builder

6 Food Rules Healthy Muscle Builders Live By

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson recently shared his muscle-building meal plan, startling some with the more than 4,000 calories and 36 ounces of cod he consumes on a daily basis. While my...
Garlic

Spring Garlic Jazzes Up Dips, Salsas, Sauces

New garlic (not to be confused with green garlic, the kind that looks a bit like scallions or spring onions, with the greenery attached) has plump bulbs that are fully formed....
Retro Gins

Spirits Rise With New York Retro Gins

Ask a New York history buff about Dorothy Parker or Chief Gowanus and you might hear a discourse on the legendary writer and wit or the leader of the Canarsie Native...
Spinach

Spinach Loves Company: 3 Perfect Pairing

At a certain point in many people's lives, something magical occurs. Your blind, blinkered, unreasoned, gut-churning hatred of spinach -- you've never even tasted it, but you just KNOW you loathe...
Charred Vegan Salad

Blast The Heat For A Charred Vegan Salad

Going vegan tastes so good when you turn up the heat on garbanzo beans and create a beautifully charred vegetable salad. Carbon steel pans and their close cousins, cast iron pans, love...
Asparagus Pasta

Fresh Picked Asparagus Is Best Eaten Standing Up

My father, may he rest in peace, was a champion Yankee gardener, as proud of his vegetables as he was of the considerable flowerbeds that surrounded his bayside home. He did...
Summer Picnic

8 Dishes That Taste Best On A Picnic Blanket

Summer is on the horizon, so enjoy the short-sleeve weather and spend some time eating outside. Yes, we're talking picnics. We've got eight recipes to help you fill your basket: They can...

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Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett shares ‘How to boil and egg’

Typically infectious, barnstorming and deadpan “How To Boil An Egg” is a standalone brand new track from the critically lauded singer songwriter Courtney Barnett....

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Pink announces new single

P!NK is back with her new single, "What About Us". The pop anthem was written by P!NK, Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol and Steve Mac...