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  1. Take time to cook up healthy food for your dog- or even have meals delivered

    Posted Jun 27th 2010, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... a negative reaction in a dog's body. If people can find time to cook for their canines, she generally recommends a diet of 70 per cent meat and 30 per cent vegetables. For dogs that seem hungry ... cent rice and the rest meat- this isn't good for the dog.' With meat high in phosphates and low in calcium, the veterinarian suggests supplementing the meat with bone meal, which ...

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

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

    ... with 'cheesy bone biscuit', duck breast with vegetables and 'dog mutt loaf' (meat loaf). Pooches with a sweet tooth can also opt for choices including a homemade apple cake or banana ... a chocolate labrador, white poodle and Pomeranian-mixed golden retriever. For those who want to make their own doggie treats, here is Three Dog Bakery's recipe for Doggie meat pies: Filling ...

  3. Leiths Meat Bible

    Posted Jan 02nd 2011, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung Leiths Meat Bible By Max Clark and Susan Spaull Meat is a basic ingredient in most kitchens but many of us get into a rut when preparing it. We tend to buy the same cuts and cook them the same way. Leiths Meat Bible can help expand our repertoire. It not only offers an insight into how to prepare the less popular cuts of standard meat such as chicken, pork ...

  4. Meat and stew veg? Treat your taste buds to barbecue and kimchee

    Posted Mar 17th 2005, 12:00am by Paggie Leung

    ... restaurants have gas burners built into the tables. Meat, especially beef, is the most popular food for barbecue. Before the meat is grilled, it's marinated for hours in a mixture of seasonings ... meat (even the bones and organs of poultry), vegetables, and seafood. Seasonings such as soy sauce, salt, bean paste and chilli powder are often added. Ginseng soup is popular in summer because ...

  5. Meat made healthier with soy marinade

    Posted Jul 05th 2006, 12:00am by Lawrence Chung

    ... Lawrence Chung in Taipei The traditional Chinese marinade made of soy sauce, sugar and water is one most Chinese mothers use when cooking meat and eggs. But it is doubtful they realise ... Catholic University has revealed that the marinade inhibits the formation of cholesterol oxidation products (COPs) when meat is grilled. COPs, formed when cholesterol-rich foods are cooked ...

  6. Meat and drink

    Posted Jul 10th 2005, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... with Susan Jung Taste Buds, a siu mei (roast meats) shop, has opened in Central. At first glance, it looks like any other siu mei shop: strips of roast pork and whole cooked ducks and chickens hang from hooks as cooks in short-sleeved white shirts busily fill orders. But step into the clean, narrow interior, sit on one of the wooden stools and examine the menu and you'll ...

  7. Tango Argentinian Steakhouse

    Posted Mar 03rd 2011, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung 1/F 77 Wyndham Street, Central Tel: 2525 5808 Open: noon-3pm, 6pm-midnight Cuisine: Argentinian meats Price: about HK$450 without drinks and the service charge. Ambience: ... to raise and lower the grill over the wood fire. The meats are of good quality. Cons: some of the other dishes were not as good. The three ceviches- yellowfin tuna with watermelon, salmon ...

  8. A Year's Worth- Recipes from the Dunsandel Store

    Posted Feb 20th 2011, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung A Year's Worth- Recipes from the Dunsandel Store By Sam Mannering and Annabel Graham Readers with long a memory might recognise the name of one of the authors of A Year's Worth- Annabel Graham used to write food articles for this news ...

  9. Seoul food

    Posted Dec 20th 2009, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung I came across Migi's Kitchen (koreanhomecooking.com) while doing an internet search for ogyeopsal, or Korean grilled five-layered pork. I wish I had found this blog sooner (Migi has been at it for nearly two years) because I've long b ...

  10. Entourage

    Posted Apr 28th 2011, 12:00am

    ... and juicy, but bland. Recommended dishes: chicken skewers with cumin, garlic and coriander (HK$72) had tender, moist dark meat. Prawns with garlic, esplette pepper and olive oil (HK$72) tasted more ... to the meat, so the diner could mix it in (or leave it, if they prefer). Instead of oily crisps, though, I prefer the more standard French fries because they provide a hot contrast to the cool steak ...




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