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  1. Lifestyle - Food & Wine

    Arirang Korean Restaurant

    Posted Nov 22nd 2012, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... as larger tables for groups and two-tops tucked away here and there. Pros: good ventilation- we didn't smell of barbecued meat when we got home. The menu lists some interesting dishes that we've never seen at a Korean restaurant in Hong Kong, including sliced duck with salad. The selection of meats for the tabletop grill is extensive. Cons: the lightly seasoned superior tongue ...

  2. Kimchi chigae

    Posted Jul 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... add other fresh vegetables (such as Chinese cabbage and sliced chilli), and omit the meat, if you like. Ingredients 30ml sesame oil A few thin slices of onion 1 garlic clove, sliced 150 grams ... Soy sauce, to taste Fine sea salt 1 or 2 spring onions, minced- Heat the oil in a pan (preferably an individual-serving Korean clay pot). Add the onion, garlic and meat, and stir to coat ...

  3. Kimchi Garden

    Posted Jul 12th 2012, 12:00am

    ... on the lunch set, or HK$100?a carte) had nicely chewy noodles and a refreshing, tart broth that cleaned our palates of all the fatty meat. What else? For lunch, there's a good range of well-priced ...

  4. It makes sense in high-density HK for housing estates to impose dog ban

    Posted Jul 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... I am fond of dogs, but I have become dismayed by supposed Hong Kong dog lovers and their lack of appreciation of the fact that the majority of Hong Kong dwellings are inappropriate environments for dogs. With the exception of the smallest toy breeds, dogs require considerable living space and exercise. Coupled with unsuitable flat size is the relative lack of green space ...

  5. Arisu Korean Restaurant

    Posted Jul 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... 'wraps' were rather large and unwieldy because of the thickness of the meat, but they made for messy, delicious mouthfuls. Stir-fried soondae (blood sausage, HK$250) was a surprise hit for my two ...

  6. Osaka Horumon

    Posted Jun 21st 2012, 12:00am

    ... of times. Recommended dishes: many of the meats looked similar, but they all had their own flavour and texture. We had no problems distinguishing between pork heart in soy sauce (HK$38) and beef ... (HK$48); the uterus (which looked more like fallopian tubes) was a thinner tube and quite tender, while the other meats were chewier. Pork belly in salt (HK$28) was beautifully layered with fat ...

  7. Be alert to the signs of heatstroke

    Posted Jun 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Pete Spurrier Heatstroke in dogs is especially common in the summer months, although it can occur at any time, as Hong Kong's temperature rarely drops too low. 'Dogs do not sweat ... for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 'If a dog cannot effectively release heat, the internal body temperature rises and results in damage to cells and organs- the heart, brain, lungs and kidneys. ...

  8. Mexican crave

    Posted May 27th 2012, 12:00am

    ... as regular corn flour and the two are not interchangeable. For this dish, it is essential that the pork has a good amount of fat; if it's too lean, the meat will be hard and dry. I use ... as needed. Cut the pork into 3cm chunks and add them to the pan. Bring to a boil then lower the heat, cover with the lid and cook at a low simmer until the meat is tender. Cool the meat ...

  9. Restaurants

    Posted May 03rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Place, Admiralty. Tel: 2822 8870. Signature dishes: sauteed king prawns, baked crab meat with onions served in crab shell, poached chicken with chicken essence. $$$-$$$$ Good Fortune Restaurant 9/F Grand Plaza Apartments, 2 Kornhill Road, Quarry Bay. Tel: 2186 6960. Signature dishes: whole winter melon soup, steamed bamboo pith with crab meat, roe and egg white. $-$$ The Grand Stage ...

  10. Cold comfort

    Posted Apr 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... For the sauce: 80 grams gochujang (Korean red pepper paste) 40ml corn syrup 20ml soy sauce 10ml sesame oil 10ml rice vinegar 10 grams sugar Optional ingredients: Cooked meat, sliced or shredded Julienned ... peanuts, roughly crushed Fresh mint leaves and Thai basil Shredded lettuce and grated carrot Thinly slice the meat, then mix it thoroughly with the fish sauce, garlic, shallot, salt, sugar, pepper ...




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