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  1. Before and afters

    Posted Apr 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... is firm. Green tea pudding (Serves 15) 7.5g Japanese green tea powder 50g ice 85ml water 720g white sugar 100ml fresh cream 100ml fresh milk 120ml coconut milk 15g unflavoured gelatin powder- Melt gelatin and green tea powder in warm water and bring to the boil, add sugar and stir well.- Remove from the stove.- Add fresh cream, fresh milk, coconut milk and ice, stir until the ice has ...

  2. Mainland immigrant found friends, grace and assurance at food bank

    Posted Sep 23rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... has been providing short-term help to the needy since 2009. Some 16,500 people get rice, noodles, biscuits and powdered milk, as well as coupons for fresh meat, vegetables, fruits and cooked ... chosen to turn their backs on her, the social workers at the food bank became like a second family. They even added milk formula to her food pack after a casual telephone conversation revealed ...

  3. Pinnacle the milk tea tree

    Posted Aug 15th 2010, 12:00am by Adrian Wan

    ... Adrian Wan Hong Kong's Law Dak (pictured) beat off rivals from as far afield as Canada and Australia to be crowned the world's best cha chaan teng (traditional milk tea) maker ... offers are flooding in and he aims to use his success to promote Hong Kong-style milk tea. 'Nowadays speed is more important than quality for many restaurants, I hope more people will sit ...

  4. HK milk tea and comfort food an acquired taste on mainland

    Posted Jul 31st 2010, 12:00am by Chloe Lai

    ... Chloe Lai Pineapple buns, French toast with butter and stocking milk tea have sustained generations of Hongkongers, but the popularity of these home-grown culinary gems is now spreading. ... big shopping mall,' Adeline Ding, a business executive and a milk-tea lover, said. Sin Man-dong, who runs a cha chaan teng at a high-end shopping mall in Guangzhou, estimates ...

  5. how the cookie crumbles

    Posted Jun 08th 2008, 12:00am by Jason Wordie

    ... Portuguese egg tart that originated in Belem, just outside Lisbon. The Hong Kong version generally uses lard pastry and a custard-powder-based filling, rather than fresh eggs, cream and butter. ... and they're welcome to play it. But- like countless other local residents- I'll just sit in a backstreet cha chan teng and enjoy a steaming cup of nai cha (milk tea) and plate of 'western ...

  6. Maker of iconic milk tea may leave

    Posted Sep 12th 2007, 12:00am by Polly Hui

    ... Polly Hui The operator of the dai pai dong that created 'silk-stocking' milk tea says he will consider moving out of Hong Kong if the government refuses to renew its licence. Lum ... how to make the drink so it can be introduced to other parts of the world. The milk tea, made using a cotton bag to filter out the impurities in the tea, has become so popular that many ...

  7. CityChat

    Posted Sep 07th 2009, 12:00am by Kobi Chan

    ... a contest to find the best of a special brew that is arguably Hong Kong's signature beverage- milk tea. The winner of the KamCha Competition on August 15 was the Tai Fat Restaurant in Yuen Long- one of Hong Kong's 6,000 cha chaan teng- and Lai Wong-ming, one of 8,000 milk tea masters in the city. Lai, who has worked at the restaurant for five years, recalls his 30 years ...

  8. The art of the brew

    Posted Apr 12th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Mabel Sieh Milk tea, or kam cha, is a signature beverage here. It is served in all Hong Kong tea houses (cha chaan teng). It's a strong brew served with evaporated milk (not ... stocking milk tea.' But making a truly tasty cup of milk tea is not that easy. Just ask tea guru Joe Chan Wai-chung. In 2009, Chan won the city's first Kam Cha Competition, which pits ...

  9. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Hong Kong planners must cater to noodle shops amid unsavoury rent rises

    Posted Mar 16th 2013, 12:00am by Andrew Sheng

    ... of the recently shuttered Kam Kee Café in Shau Kei Wan only retired after 45 years because his rent jumped from HK$20,000 to HK$50,000 a month, not because he was tired of serving milk tea. If he had ...

  10. Hess 61

    Posted Jun 14th 2012, 12:00am

    ... it would have been much better if made with at least a small amount of glutinous rice to make it more cohesive. Recommended dishes: double-boiled abalone in Hokkaido milk (HK$55) and double-boiled ...




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