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  1. Pound-for-pound maria's a winner

    Posted Apr 27th 2004, 12:00am by Tinnie Chow

    ... One of Hong Kong's biggest personalities, entertainer/chef Maria Cordero, kicked off Lan Kwai Fong's Food Festival. Cooking up her speciality, beef roll with oyster sauce, Maria ... weight-loss crusade. Maria says she is working on her first diet cookbook, which is due out in a few months. The LKF Food Festival will see four celebrity chefs give cooking classes and wine tastings ...

  2. Chefs delight diners with all flavours of the world

    Posted Jan 26th 2004, 12:00am by Nell Nelson

    ... and fresh ginger, and may be served with wild mushroom risotto and lemon oil or Sichuan-style braised eggplant. Modern Australian cuisine is created with high-quality base ingredients cooked ... for healthy, lean cooking. 'I like to use well-reduced vegetable juices and infused olive oils instead of the more traditional flour-based and butter sauces that tend to be heavy on the palate. ...

  3. Hot source

    Posted Feb 15th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... about a dish and make disparaging remarks about another person's cooking abilities). The advanced search lets you look for dishes by course, ingredients, key word and 'special ... and ingredients aren't always consistent. Despite these drawbacks, there's no doubt this site is a one of the best starting points for recipe searches, especially if you're cooking Western ...

  4. Cooking up a new career

    Posted Mar 05th 2004, 12:00am by Lee Wing-Sze

    ... Earlier on, I took a month-long culinary course in Austria to gain some basic knowledge of baking and cooking. Thanks to my family's connections, I got the chance to learn how to decorate cakes from the chefs of two top local hotels. I learned everything from my mum, who is an excellent cook. She is my idol. She could prepare food, from appetiser to dessert, for a group of 20 ...

  5. Designer cooks up a culture lesson

    Posted Dec 03rd 2004, 12:00am by Vivienne Chow

    ... International fashion houses should not just focus on the dollar signs but learn to embrace Asian culture when expanding their empires in East Asia, a renowned British designer says. Sir Paul Smith provided an amusing finale to the international fashion c ...

  6. Thorough cooking minimises risk

    Posted May 25th 2004, 12:00am by Mary Ann, Mary Ann Benitez

    ... Mary Ann Benitez School lunches should be thoroughly cooked and served hot to minimise the risk of food poisoning, a nutritionist says. Noodle and rice meals are generally safe as they are easy to prepare and must be cooked. But cold dishes, especially involving raw fish, are much riskier, says Georgia Guldan, associate professor of food and nutritional sciences at the Chinese ...

  7. Plan to make Captain Cook's landing site 'more Aboriginal'

    Posted Mar 25th 2004, 12:00am by Nick Squires

    ... Nick Squires in Sydney Authorities keen to remove 'symbols of European dominance' Plans to make the site where Captain James Cook first landed in Australia less European and more ... are symbols of 'European dominance' and ignore the Aboriginal history of the area. Cook's arrival on the shores of Botany Bay on April 29, 1770, heralded the British colonisation ...

  8. Convenience king cooks up a simple recipe for success

    Posted Apr 26th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to those who can't afford luxury meals, can't find the time to cook, or just can't cook. 'I'm always looking to copy ideas,' he says. 'If you have a good idea, ... its recipes even today- Mr Lee's father discovered chicken marinade while gambling. 'My father liked to play mahjong on a yacht and one time the captain cooked a chicken dish in soy ...

  9. A tasty civet cooking tip... for the game

    Posted Jan 26th 2004, 12:00am by Tinnie Chow

    ... Tinnie Chow Civet cats may be off the menu on the mainland these days, what with concerns that they carry the Sars virus, but CitySeen can't help but wonder... what do the little fellows taste like? According to MSN, Chinese civets dine on fruit- mainly durian- so when cooked, they emit a fruity fragrance. Apparently, the most common way to cook them is to braise the meat ...

  10. Hairy cooking gains Chinese characteristics

    Posted May 31st 2004, 12:00am by Michael Logan

    ... Michael Logan and Sidney Luk Four cups of flour. Two eggs beaten and a cup of milk. Half a cup of melted butter, a teaspoon of salt and a dash of human hair. This may not sound like the typical bread roll recipe, but human hair is a common raw material so ...




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