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  1. Mexican wave

    Posted Aug 29th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Mexican cuisine to the capital of the biggest country in the world. (Levin has moved to Shanghai to open a restaurant called Zin.) Her first El Taco Loco in Beijing is scheduled to open ... degrees in English and art bring Mexican food to a country that has no concept of what it is? Greenspon says, 'We'll have pictures of food and I'm sure we'll give out samples ...

  2. The whole hog

    Posted Mar 28th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... It may not be kosher in some circles, but for many a slice of rich, tender roasted pork with crisp crackling is hard to pass over. With pork, fat is where the flavour is, writes Susan Jung. Pork has a bad reputation. The meat is thought to be fattening an ...

  3. A bit rich

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

    ... into my suitcase when I visited the United States last month. It would have been difficult to find the room because my luggage was stuffed with at least 20kg of food, much of it Mexican products I can't find here- frozen tamales, chorizo (the Mexican version is softer and fattier than the Spanish type), canned sauces (very heavy), hominy (dried corn), tomatillos (small, Mexican green ...

  4. Miami spice

    Posted Feb 22nd 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung The Igor's Group has opened a third bar in Lan Kwai Fong, near sister outlets Stormy Weather and The Keg. Marlin (right) is inspired by South Beach- not the diet, but the art deco district of Miami, Florida. The menu is Mexican-inspired, with dishes such as prawn tamale with tomato salsa (below), burritos or soft tacos with minced beef or barbecue pork, chicken ...

  5. dished up

    Posted Aug 20th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung Pousada restaurant in Sai Kung is having an Australian wine dinner this evening. The five-course meal includes a starter of roulade of Scottish smoked salmon with avocado and mesclun leaves, paired with the Evans & Tate Gnangara Chardonnay ...

  6. Feeling peckish?

    Posted Sep 26th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... and spaghetti carbonara. The burgers range from $75 to $85 and come in many guises, including Hawaiian (with ham and pineapple), Mexican (with salsa and guacamole), Aussie (bacon, egg and beetroot), ...

  7. Class acts

    Posted May 09th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung If you can stand the heat, get into the kitchen. The YWCA has released its summer 2004 schedule, which covers Mexican cuisine (Wednesday), stuffed parathas (May 14), Korean ... hotel, Felix chef Dee Ann Tsurumaki is teaching Pacific Rim cuisine in a four-day course from May 19. Students will learn four dishes each day followed by lunch, where they will sample what ...

  8. Mixed options

    Posted Oct 08th 2004, 12:00am by Reggie Ho, Stephen Downes

    ... styles? Indian, Australian, Italian and even, unbelievably, German? excepting one, which tried to cover the entire field of human kitchen endeavour by offering, on the same list, Thai and Mexican ...

  9. Rice

    Posted Oct 10th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... in many parts of Asia, while some cuisines use rice in special dishes such as Italian risotto and Spanish paella. There are thousands of varieties of rice and each country has its preferences. ... and the Mexican horchata, a refreshing, non-alcoholic drink flavoured with cinnamon. In Thailand, toasted rice is used to give crunch and flavour to dishes. For larb, cook minced pork or chicken ...

  10. Buddhist sanctuary

    Posted Apr 04th 2004, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... indicated on the menu by an asterisk. The menu lists some international dishes that bear almost no resemblance to anything served in their native land, such as Mexican-style tortilla ($48) ...




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