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Pro Tips On Chopping Up A Whole Cooked Chicken

Besides family and friends, chicken is probably the next most important thing in a festive Chinese dinner. Celebrity Cuisine’s executive chef Cheng Kam Fu shared with us the know-hows of chopping up a cooked whole chicken.

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Asking The Expert: Choosing Pu’er Tea
How do novice pu’er tea drinkers choose quality products? Ann Sit from Fook Ming Tong offers tips.
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Recipe: Deep-fried Fish Skin With Salted Egg Yolk
Chef Chan Yan-tak from three-Michelin-starred restaurant Lung King Heen demonstrates how to prepare this umami-rich snack.
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Recipe: Tagliarini With Brown Shrimps, Violet Artichokes, Butter And Parsley
British celebrity chef Theo Randall shares a recipe that holds precious memories of his travels through Italy.
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Cold Brew Tea’s Time Has Come
Making a refreshing drink doesn’t get any simpler than adding cold water to tea leaves, and it’s all the rage at the moment.
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Ingredient: Golden Monk Fruit
To stay cool in this hot and humid weather, the on-trend golden monk fruit is your first choice.
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Ask The Experts: Tips For Selecting The Best Fish Sauce
Fish sauce has been riding on the trend of healthy eating for its natural, umami-packed content. We consulted one of Shanghai New Sam Yung’s owners Chan Tiu-Ming for tips to pick the premium product.
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5 Things To Know About The Humble Cassava
Bet you didn’t know your tapioca chips and bubble tea pearls are made from a poisonous native Brazilian root vegetable.
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How to Make a Proper Irish Coffee
Cocktail guru Pamela Wiznitzer explains how to make the drink.
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Recipe: Deep-fried Fish Skin With Salted Egg Yolk
Chef Chan Yan-Tak from three Michelin-starred restaurant Lung King Heen demonstrates how to prepare this umami-rich snack.
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Mak Man Kee’s Coveted Wonton Recipe Revealed
Wonton is the undisputed comfort food of all Hong Kong people. Lesley Mak, the owner of new Bib Gourmand entrant Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop, generously shares the recipe of their signature item.
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8 Tips For Perfectly Steamed Fish
It’s not a secret that the people of Hong Kong love seafood, especially simply steamed fish. Chef Leung Fai Hung shows us how best to cook it.
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Recipe: Double-boiled Silkie Chicken with Jujube and Silver Ear Fungus
Snow ear fungus (or snow ear fungus) has long been hailed as the more affordable bird’s nest. It’s just as good for your health, but much better for your wallet.
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Ask the Expert: Hunting For The Best Dried Shiitake Mushrooms
Whether you are cooking or gifting, no Chinese New Year grocery shopping list is complete without dried shiitake mushroom. We talk to expert Albert Lee to find out how to choose the best shiitake.
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New Year, New Puddings
As Chinese New Year approaches, the top Chinese restaurants in town all launch new New Year pudding flavors to surprise their patrons. We round up some of the highlights this year.
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Getting Warm with Cantonese Cured Meat
Fragrant, substantial, delicious. Cantonese cured meat is the comfort food of the winter season.
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Clever Ways With Christmas Leftovers
Here are ways and recipes to recycle the remnants of your festive feast.
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Festive Entertaining: 3 Slow-Cooker Christmas Drinks
These warm and wonderful beverages will make your home smell like Christmas all day long.
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