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White sugar sponge cakes, fermented bean curd puffs, wife cakes… these Cantonese pastries and cakes that were once very common are now increasingly hard to find. Chefs from MICHELIN restaurants in Hong Kong explains why.
The Knife Techniques and Spirituality of Seiji Yamamoto, Chef of RyuGin, a Three-Star Michelin Restaurant
Knife techniques can change the flavour of food. What is the essence of this delicate skill when it is honed to its finest edge?
Follow in the footsteps of Julien Royer for the best places to eat in Hong Kong.
Each festival has a distinct set of delicacies, such as glutinous rice balls for the Chinese New Year, green dumplings (Qingtuan) for Ching Ming Festival. Shanghaiese people always celebrate Mid-Autumn festival with their favourite “Suzhou Style Mooncakes”. What does it look like? Compared to the widely-known Cantonese mooncakes, what are the differences?
MICHELIN restaurants at various Hong Kong hotels are celebrating the traditional festival with their own mooncake creations
Vinegar rice (Shari) is the key to success of Edomae Nigiri sushi. Chefs at Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong share how they create the perfect Shari with their sensitivity to details.