How A Japanese Salaryman Discovered Buddhist Temple Cuisine


Chef Toshio Tanahashi, who once worked in advertising, talks about learning shojin ryori cuisine from a very strict nun at a traditional temple in Kyoto

 

To Die For: Cookbook Looks At How Wars Were Once Fought Over Spices


Australian chef and author Christine Manfield’s book explains the role played by spices - in trade, cooking and health

 

A Memorable Holiday Roast Recipe: Look Beyond Turkey


Rethink your Christmas feast with a delicious alternative such as slow-cooked pork

 

Bangkok Michelin Guide: Chinatown Crab Omelette Queen On Earning Her Star Alongside Fine-dining Restaurants


Until very recently I had no idea what Michelin stars were, says 72-year-old Jay Fai, whose restaurant was honoured in publisher?s first guide to the Thai capital along with the likes of Gaggan, Le No

 

12 ‘wines’ For The 12 Days Of Christmas – Plus A Recipe For Mulled Wine


In keeping with the spirit of the season, this is a time to celebrate

 

Eating Fish Sustainably: How Hong Kong Is Decimating Fish Stocks With Its Appetite For Seafood, And What You Can Do To Stem Pillage


As one of the world?s biggest consumers of seafood, and with our love of buying live fish, Hongkongers are pushing many endangered reef species closer to extinction. We talk to conservationists about

 

Michelin Sponsorship: Hong Kong Tourism Board Denies Paying To Use Its Name At Dining Festival, But Admits Deal With Related Company


City tourism chiefs say they have contract with Robert Parker Wine Advocate, in which Michelin has 40pc stake, to manage events and sponsorships for local Michelin Guide, but confidentiality clause pr

 

Kuala Lumpur Food Court Closures Leave Diners Wondering Where Their Next Meal Will Come From


Two popular food courts were closed in October to make way for developments that will change the face of their neighbourhoods; weeks later, food lovers are still mourning their loss and hawkers weighi

 

Hong Kong Dining: An Eager Home Cook?s Favourite Restaurants, From Dumplings And Dim Sum To Duddell?s And Dot Cod


No matter if it?s high-end dining or local street food, Katie Forster ? founder of communications consultancy Katherine Amara ? doesn?t discriminate when it comes to eating well. She tells us her favo

 

How Nautica?s David Chu Gave Up Retirement And Created A Hugely Popular Beijing Event Space


Bored of playing golf, designer with the Midas touch went back to work. He talks about his latest venture, Jensen Hus in Beijing, which has become a must-visit destination for the city?s fashion, arts

 
 
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