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  1. 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 ...

  2. Cheap fills

    Posted Jul 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... an alternative to Hong Kong's famously image-conscious nightlife. Not all live up to expectations, but they offer a varied introduction to the world of Mexican street food. So drink lots of water, ... flavourful, but tough. A good selection of Mexican beers (Tecate, Bohemia, Sol and Carta Blanca) can be had for only HK$45 a bottle. As the tour progresses, you may appreciate these prices even more. ...

  3. Oaxaca al Gusto- An Infinite Gastronomy

    Posted Feb 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Susan Jung Oaxaca al Gusto- An Infinite Gastronomy By Diana Kennedy Anybody who's passionate about Mexican cooking will be familiar with the name Diana Kennedy, and might own at least one of her cookbooks (I have four). Born in Britain, Kennedy moved to Mexico in 1957 and her efforts to educate the English-speaking world about the complexity and variety of the cuisine ...

  4. Filipino gusto

    Posted Jul 01st 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... If you think Philippine cuisine is limited to fatty stews and giant hunks of fried meat, check out cookbook Memories of Philippine Kitchens. The authors, Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan from New York's well-regarded Cendrillon restaurant, point out the country's food is heavily influenced by Chinese, Spanish, Mexican and American cuisines. In the short chapter called 'Food ...

  5. Village fare

    Posted Sep 11th 2008, 12:00am by Anneliese O'Young, Prudence Lui

    ... University, the Institute of Education, ATV's studios and the Tai Po Industrial Estate. There's plenty of Thai cuisine, with about five outlets serving sumptuous traditional dishes. ... the Italian menu is supplemented by some Mexican dishes and fresh seafood. 'We can sell more than 100 pizzas a day,' says Lai. 'The 10-inch thin pizza with Italian sausage, ham, ...

  6. Magazines - Post Magazine - Food & drink

    Seasons: hot topic

    Posted Sep 02nd 2012, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung Susan Jung The poblano is one of my favourite chillies but it's something I eat only rarely because I've never seen it in local supermarkets or at a wet market. Instead, I have to buy them on my annual trips to the United States, where, at least in California, the chilli is sold at all types of market, not just those catering to Mexican customers. ...

  7. The food

    Posted Oct 17th 2003, 12:00am by Lee Wing-Sze

    ... Mexican style chicken rolls $28 Rating: 3/5 K: The chicken is not fresh enough and a bit dry. Overall Rating: 4/5 K: Although the food is not particularly good, the environment is comfortable. ...

  8. Listings- New Territories / Outlying Islands

    Posted Jun 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... CARAMBA MEXICAN CANTINA Shop G08A, G/F, Block A, D Deck, Discovery Bay, Lantau, 29872848, www.caramba.com.hk Cuisine Mexican Specialities Fajita, margarita Wine Australia, New Zealand, Chile ... 22 DEGREES NORTH RESTAURANT Shop G08B, G/F, Block A, D Deck, Discovery Bay, Lantau, 29872298 Cuisine International Specialities Seafood Wine No Best for Casual bite Average food cost ...

  9. Spanish tortilla

    Posted Dec 08th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Susan Jung susan.jung@scmp.com A Spanish tortilla is very different from the kind you find in Mexican cuisine, which is typically made of corn or flour and used as a wrap for ingredients. In Spain, the tortilla is like a thick, unrolled omelette. Cut into pieces and eaten hot, warm or at room temperature, it's a staple of tapas bars. 2 large potatoes (the smooth-skinned local ...

  10. Curry: A Biography

    Posted Sep 18th 2005, 12:00am by Nick Walker

    ... asserts, with voluminous evidence, that 'Anglo-Indian food was the first pan-Indian cuisine'. Victorian-era Britons in India took to local flavours and dishes with gusto, but also ... a wealth of detailed quirkiness. Just as diverting are the expositions on curry history in South Africa, Fiji, Tonga, Trinidad and even California (home to a Mexican-Hindi culinary outpost ...




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