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  1. Cooking up a storm

    Posted Jul 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... of Chinese cooking. He then challenged the contestants' cooking skills with a Chinese household classic, stir-fried beef with broccoli. Innovation shown in carrot cutting Many participants put ... the secret is to follow every step and try to multitask, if possible. Apart from polishing her cooking skills, Helen entered this competition because she wanted to become closer to her father; he ...

  2. Noob can cook

    Posted Oct 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Susan Jung Cooking novices take heart: if Noob can do it, so can you (to adapt a phrase from celebrity chef Martin Yan). Noob Cook (noobcook.com) modestly uses definitions from the urban ... Singapore, says, 'Being a noob at cooking doesn't deter me from entering the kitchen and trying to whip up a storm'. Her food looks pretty good to me, although she admits to only ...

  3. Hub cooks up melting pot of tastes

    Posted Aug 30th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Sascha Matuszak Being the central hub for a country with as many developed cuisines as China has its advantages. Wuhan can not only draw upon the spicy, savoury flavours of southwest China, but also the sweet dishes of the east and the hearty food of the ...

  4. Give your dog a birthday treat with some good home cooking

    Posted Oct 04th 2009, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... the health and growth of their animals. They want to improve the quality of the food they are feeding their pets, which goes back to the concept of home cooking.' Lee says the smell of a dish ... yogurt cake made without sugar or additives. Lee says a generation ago owners fed their pets home cooked food, however, the convenience of cheap commercial pet food has brought on liver ...

  5. Wok this way

    Posted Nov 11th 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... where the delicate vegetable stalks are rinsed and ready for her cooking demonstration. She's less enamoured of the wizened ginger in the vegetable basket, but she's happy to use some ... is hot, she pours in a little cooking oil, heats it, adds the garlic then the pak choi, which she has patted dry with paper towels. A few deft moves with the metal spatula, then in goes ...

  6. Cafe de Coral cooks up 1,000-shop world target

    Posted Aug 06th 2007, 12:00am by Andy Chen

    ... Andy Cheng Cafe de Coral, the world's biggest Chinese fast-food restaurant, aims to nearly double the number of its outlets worldwide to 1,000 in five years and may for the first time franchise its self-branded stores on the mainland to meet the targ ...

  7. Great scape

    Posted Aug 02nd 2009, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... people make it into pesto) but it's better cooked because the flavour becomes sweet and mild. For a quick stir-fry, trim off and discard the tough stem ends, then cut the rest ... lower the heat and simmer for a few minutes, or until the vegetable is tender. Remove the lid, increase the heat and add the pork back to the pan. Cook until the meat is done. Taste the sauce ...

  8. Yan can coach

    Posted Jul 03rd 2008, 12:00am by Anneliese O'Young

    ... on the programme, Yan Can Cook, as well as being a successful restaurateur (he has two restaurants, Yan Can, in California) and author. His latest project is the Chef Martin Yan's Culinary Arts Centre (CAC) in Shenzhen. The aim is to bring together Chinese culture and cuisine for both professional chefs and casual cooks. The CAC is housed in a magnificent replica of a French chateau ...

  9. My December delights

    Posted Dec 03rd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... a boiling pot as you indulge in all sorts of delicious food you cook yourself- meatballs, shrimps, beef and dumplings- while chatting to your family and friends. Tired of the traditional style? ...

  10. As nature intended

    Posted May 02nd 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... For the tarragon beurre blanc: 10ml cooking oil 40 grams shallots, peeled and finely chopped 1 small bay leaf 60ml white wine 60ml champagne vinegar 60ml cream 250 grams cold unsalted butter, cut into 1cm ... the beurre blanc. Heat a medium-sized, stainless-steel saucepan over a low flame. Add the oil and shallot and cook over a low heat until soft, taking care not to let it colour. Add the bay leaf, ...




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