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  1. The way to a young man's heart

    Posted Nov 28th 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... ragu. Of course, I also cooked for boys I liked: stuffed pork chops were a big hit, culinarily speaking. The relationships may have faded but the recipe is still close to my heart. Stuffed pork chops (pictured) Pre-salting the chops overnight makes the meat moist and tender and allows the salt to penetrate so the pork is evenly flavoured. If you're feeling extravagant, buy chops ...

  2. On the Rails

    Posted Nov 17th 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... with Alan Aitken We can only rub our hands with glee at the prospects which must be queueing up for Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Sprint invitations if press reports in Australia are correct that Jockey Club officials are wrestling with whether or not to invit ...

  3. Which would you bet on in an eating contest?

    Posted Apr 02nd 2010, 12:00am by Andrew Sun, Vivian Chen

    ... 'Black Widow' Thomas. However, the man did once consume 47 roast-pork buns in 12 minutes. Choke on that. ...

  4. Pig out on pork

    Posted Nov 28th 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung If the subject of Pork, Knife & Spoon (porkknifeandspoon.com) isn't obvious from the title, the picture of a bacon-wrapped pork chop (right) at the top of the page ... and her chef husband, Daniel, it's also the official blog of the United States-based National Pork Board. Fortunately, it doesn't read like an infomercial for the organisation. Pork ...

  5. If it's Chairman Mao's pork, it must be a Ningxiang pig

    Posted Jan 29th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... He Huifeng Being able to recite the thoughts of Mao Zedong has long ceased to be a priority for mainland youth, but everyone knows the late chairman loved to eat braised pork. Officials in his home province, Hunan, now want to standardise the way Chairman Mao's pork and other regional classics are cooked. The province's food quality supervision and testing institute ...

  6. Crunch time

    Posted Aug 01st 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung When hosting dinner parties, we occasionally serve Thai dips accompanied by raw vegetables and fried pork skins. Without fail, one of the guests (usually British) will say, 'Are those pork scratchings? I haven't eaten them in ages!' Then proceed to make up for those lost years by scoffing most of the bowl. We've learned to keep extra on hand. ...

  7. Pigging out

    Posted Mar 21st 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung The recipes at Slim Pickins' Pork (slimpickinspork.blogspot.com) are so mouth-watering, I wish the contributors, Andrew (from Columbus, Ohio) and Reil (from Minneapolis, ... for dishes such as stuffed and roasted pork belly; buttermilk-berry ice cream; poached salmon rillettes; caramel- ised onion and andouille pizza; and bananas Foster and Nutella crepes. As you'll ...

  8. Get wise to sage

    Posted Nov 21st 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... be musty and strong. Sage is frequently paired with pork. I love it in a super-easy dish of slow-cooked pork braised in milk. Start by tying a large piece of boneless pork- rump, loin or shoulder- with kitchen string to make it more compact. Season with salt and pepper, then sear it on all sides in hot fat. Put the pork into a deep dish slightly larger than the meat, then add wide strips ...

  9. Woman infected with pig disease

    Posted Jan 26th 2010, 12:00am by Danny Mok

    ... Danny Mok The Centre for Health Protection is investigating how a woman became infected with the pig-borne bacterial infection Streptococcus suis. The woman, 63, is in serious condition in Tuen Mun Hospital. The centre said she had handled pork while preparing food. ...

  10. Ginza Bairin

    Posted Apr 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Victoria Burrows

    ... for the city. The team here has worked closely with the Japanese chefs to ensure the dishes, such as their traditional deep-fried breaded pork cutlet, are as authentic as possible. Most products used in the kitchen are sourced from Japan; the Kurobota (black Berkshire) pork, for which the restaurant is famous for, comes from Kagoshima and the secret-recipe tonkatsu sauce is from the original Ginza ...




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