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  1. Dogs to be used at border crossings to sniff out smuggled meat as prices increase

    Posted Jan 15th 2008, 12:00am by Anita Lam

    ... Anita Lam and Loretta Fong Five sniffer dogs will join Customs and Excise Department inspectors next month to help detect carriers of illegal meat, as food prices continue to soar. ... a large number of travellers and to detect the scent of raw meat. The dogs indicate to their handler that they have detected something amiss by sitting next to the passenger or the suspect ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/622988/dogs-be-used-border-crossings-sniff-out-smuggled-meat-prices-increase
  2. Dog escapes unhurt as poisoner strikes again

    Posted Apr 16th 2005, 12:00am by Simon Parry

    ... Simon Parry The poisoner killing dogs in the Mid-Levels area has defied police by laying a fresh batch of laced meat and nearly claiming a third victim near the spot where two dogs were ... when she saw the dog snaffle up some meat and, realising what was happening, made her spit it out. Mrs Torpey then rushed Molly to vet Lloyd Kenda, who forced the dog to be sick to make sure ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/496810/dog-escapes-unhurt-poisoner-strikes-again
  3. Budae chigae (Korean army base stew)

    Posted May 19th 2011, 12:00am

    ... those from China. The Korean brand is dearer and there is no English on the pack. About 5ml cooking oil 1 small can luncheon meat (such as Spam), sliced about 5mm thick 6 small hot dogs ... and hot dogs. Remove from the pan, add the garlic, onion and chillies and stir for about a minute. Stir in the gochujang and gochugaru, then put the hot dogs and luncheon meat back into the pan. ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/968127/budae-chigae-korean-army-base-stew
  4. Simple solutions to keep your animals safe and sound this summer

    Posted Mar 28th 2010, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... 'Dogs lose toes and their pads get shredded- it's dangerous. It's like putting them in a meat grinder.' Another danger is heatstroke. With the weather warming up, dog owners need ... highlights animal accidents that can be prevented. Definite don'ts For the average dog, the escalator can be a terrifying toe-grinding machine. In the past six months, Griffin has treated three ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/709831/simple-solutions-keep-your-animals-safe-and-sound-summer
  5. 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. ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/1003500/be-alert-signs-heatstroke
  6. Little Oriental Garden

    Posted Apr 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Victoria Burrows

    ... There are limited red meat dishes; diners can bring their own seafood, which the chefs will cook for a small fee. Ambience Pastoral- this family-run venue is located in a pretty village tucked up against ... and rustic homes. The owner's dogs wander about but do not disturb diners. There is also indoor seating with air conditioning. Cost About HK$100 per person. Who to bring A big group ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/712107/little-oriental-garden
  7. 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 ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/1006202/it-makes-sense-high-density-hk-housing-estates-impose-dog-ban
  8. 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 ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/493072/meat-and-stew-veg-treat-your-taste-buds-barbecue-and-kimchee
  9. THERE IS LIFE AFTER MEAT

    Posted Apr 01st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... have to eat all kinds of beans, such as soy, tofu, kidney beans and nuts to replace meat. Wu says milk and eggs are necessary because they contain vitamin B12 which helps our bodies to make red ... with imitation meat (rich in protein as it's made from beans) and tomato soup Western-style: red rice or spaghetti, with tomato and egg omelette and lentil soup For further information about ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/450560/there-life-after-meat
  10. Japanese Style BBQ Miya

    Posted Feb 23rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Pros: the ventilation system is good, so we didn't leave the place smelling of cooked meats. Service is competent: they didn't offer information on which tabletop condiments to use for the different meats, but answered our questions. The condiments included a mild chilli paste and a delicious chopped onion relish that we ended up slathering on everything, and we had to ask for more. ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/993405/japanese-style-bbq-miya

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