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  1. 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 ...

  2. Room with a view

    Posted Jun 26th 2005, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... with Susan Jung Four years ago, Jeremy Chia opened Chicago Dogs in Quarry Bay. His new restaurant couldn't be more different. Sky View opened this month and specialises in northern ... cent) dinner, which has several choices for each course served to a minimum of six diners. Signature dishes include vegetarian hairy-crab meat (below), gold cuttlefish egg gland soup (right), ...

  3. From plane fare to deli heaven

    Posted May 17th 2012, 12:00am

    ... like many outlets here, it is stocked with upmarket items. Specialities include scallops, prawns and crab and prime cuts of meat such as sirloin, bacon, ham, prosciutto and salami. Local ... familiarity to the offerings. The shortened English menu is nonetheless comprehensive, with home-style choices: toast (from HK$11), sandwiches (from HK$16 to HK$31 for a club), snacks (hot dog ...

  4. Talking jerky

    Posted Jul 05th 2009, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung The texture and flavour of yuk gon is different from the strips and long sausage-shaped sticks of meat jerky you find in the United States, South Africa and elsewhere. While the other types are super-desiccated, chewy, savoury and smoky, Chinese meat jerky is pliable, slightly moist and sweet-savoury, tasting much like char siu (barbecued pork)- in fact, a similar ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. 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 ...

  7. Wong Fung

    Posted Nov 24th 2011, 12:00am

    ... and the service charge Ambience: casual. The long room has a large open kitchen, around which is counter seating, with tables for larger groups. Pros: the servers were friendly. Cons: the meat dishes were ... dressing. Sea king razor clams (HK$88 for two) had been perfectly cooked, so the clam meat was tender. Seasonal fish (HK$148)- served whole except for the bones- was another winner, with moist meat ...

  8. Pork-lovers seeking to balance their diet

    Posted Apr 01st 2004, 12:00am by Peter Michael

    ... although the shopping frequency did experience some ups and downs,' an ACNielsen spokeswoman said yesterday. The typical Hong Kong family spent 51 per cent of its meat budget on pork, 25 per cent on chicken, and 10 per cent on beef. Thirty-four per cent of food spending went on meat, 24 per cent on seafood and fish, 22 per cent on vegetables and 18 per cent on fruit. Total spending ...

  9. Capital gives imperial classics a lyrical run for their money

    Posted Feb 09th 2012, 12:00am

    ... guests with a grand feast, featuring rare meats, presented in a striking style. For instance, guests might enjoy braised alligator, turtle, or stewed crocodile tongue with ginseng and barbecue ... Singaporean Aw Yong. 'For appetisers we might have braised donkey shank or crocodile meat. One of the popular main dishes is chrysanthemum flower fish. It is deep-fried fish that is then opened ...

  10. On the shelf

    Posted Mar 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of meat dishes: although OK in its own way, 'mock meat' tastes nothing like the real deal. But Taiwanese Hot Vegetarian Mushroom Jerk has a dense, chewy, meaty texture and the flavour ...




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