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  1. A woman's fight to keep cats off Shenzhen's plates

    Posted Aug 19th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... As founder of Shenzhen Cat, a cat-protection organisation based in Shenzhen, 'Isobel' goes by only one name in her fight to force cat and dog meat off menus. She tells He Huifeng ... to eat cats and dogs now. I'm definitely against such a bad tradition. Cats and dogs are pets for people. Eating cat meat is not generally accepted by the public. Besides, in terms ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/604709/womans-fight-keep-cats-shenzhens-plates
  2. Cheap conch meat sold as dried abalone in shop scam

    Posted Feb 12th 2010, 12:00am by Clifford Lo, Kobi Chan

    ... Clifford Lo and Kobi Chan Seafood lovers paying up to HK$560 for what they think is dried abalone for Lunar New Year feasts should think again: it might be conch meat worth less than ... of 'dried abalone slice', believed to be conch. The seized meat, worth about HK$30,000, was taken away for examination. Twenty-eight shop owners aged from 30 to 59- 22 men and six women- were ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/706108/cheap-conch-meat-sold-dried-abalone-shop-scam
  3. Air-dried meats

    Posted Nov 23rd 2003, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung In case you haven't noticed the displays hanging in Chinese grocery and barbecued meat shops, this is the best time of year for laap cheung (Chinese sausage), yuen cheung (liver sausage), laap ngaap (salted, pressed duck) and laap yuk (salted Chinese bacon). These air-dried, preserved meats are shrivelled, fatty and utterly delicious either eaten on their own or- ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/435653/air-dried-meats
  4. Letters

    Posted Feb 11th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... As I glared down in disgust at the bus from my balcony, a dog-walker approached the driver and asked him to turn off the engine. To add to my disgust, the driver got defensive, and within seconds a heated argument erupted between him and the dog-walker. What was the driver thinking? That he had to have the air conditioner on when the outside temperature was a pleasant 20 degrees Celsius? ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/737892/letters
  5. Empire City Roasted Duck

    Posted Jan 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... is reasonable for the quality. Cons: fried chicken with chilli (HK$88) had a good level of spice, but the small pieces of meat were dry. The Shanghainese dish of noodles with green onion (HK$38) had too much sauce, and the spring onions were tough and chewy. Roasted pork with butterfly pastry (HK$88) had soft, light steamed buns, but the meat could have been cooked longer. The baked turnip ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/990512/empire-city-roasted-duck
  6. Harbour Restaurant

    Posted Oct 15th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and the fresh coriander and ginger strips gave it a fresh, light taste. The braised pork belly with sweet dark vinegar (pictured above left) was also delicious, the meat coming apart with the slightest ... unidentifiable embedded in the meat. The smoked duck and tomato and onion with herbs in deep fried pockets (pictured) was disappointing- the tomato relish was too sweet and overpowered the flavour ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/695350/harbour-restaurant
  7. Magazines - 48hrs - EAT

    Cantonese with flair to the fore

    Posted Jun 13th 2013, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... they're too difficult to make (one dish involves removing the flesh and bones from a fish, mincing and seasoning the meat then stuffing it back into the skin before cooking it), or use ingredients ... of Chinese spinach with crab meat (HK$50) had a lovely, light, silky-smooth texture, but it didn't taste of much and seemed out of place in a Cantonese restaurant. Our dishes came at a good ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/48hrs/article/1255705/cantonese-flair-fore
  8. Bowled over

    Posted Feb 01st 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... For many people in affluent countries, rice is an afterthought- something used only to accompany meat, seafood or vegetables in a meal. Although in Hong Kong we're lucky to have other foods ... piece (unchopped), purchased from a roast meat shop 1 cup rice 2.5 litres water 1 piece dried tangerine peel 2 thin slices peeled ginger For the meatballs: 450 grams minced pork 200 grams peeled ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/442943/bowled-over
  9. Xia Fei Society

    Posted May 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... ordering too much. Pros: we liked most of what we ordered. Cons: an appetiser of stewed pork spare ribs with osmanthus and sweet and sour sauce (HK$68) had meat that was too firm- the same fault of the pork belly meat with dried bamboo shoots in brown sauce (HK$88). We left most of those dishes uneaten. Xia Fei pan-fried minced beef in soup bun (HK$36 for three) had a tender pastry resilient ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/1000528/xia-fei-society
  10. Offerings take a dive in grave times

    Posted Oct 08th 2008, 12:00am by Martin Wong

    ... of a variety of fruits. 'Yes, we have brought only one kind of fruit. The economy is so bad now, we have to be careful in spending,' he said. Roast meat shops said business was bad despite ... more business, her shop made many unconventional paper offerings, such as paper pet dogs and cats, golf equipment and other accessories. The owner noted that the business was also affected ...

    http://www.scmp.com/article/655427/offerings-take-dive-grave-times

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