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  1. Pork vendors criticise supermarket 'sales tricks'

    Posted Feb 03rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Amy Nip amy.nip@scmp.com A group of wet-market vendors have filed a complaint against supermarkets, accusing them of using deceptive tactics to sell pork, such as passing off cheap meat as superior cuts. The Alliance of Hong Kong Pork Retailers, which joined hands with union lawmaker Wong Kwok-hing in filing the complaint with the Consumer Council yesterday, also says supermarket ...

  2. Perfect match

    Posted Jun 22nd 2006, 12:00am by Simon Tam

    ... Simon Tam Pork has a lovely sweetness of its own, but it's also a good base for other flavours. Roast pork can take many variations: pork leg with crunchy crackling is a wonderful classic; rolled pork loin stuffed with herbed breadcrumbs, port-soaked prunes or other dried fruit is a moist and tasty main course; pot roast of pork shoulder with baby vegetables and crusty bread ...

  3. Stars and strips

    Posted Jul 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... but you don't need to limit your Fourth of July celebration to just those. Pulled pork is one dish that can satisfy a large group- it can be made in advance and it just needs to be reheated before your guests arrive. Many people would serve it with beer, but I'm also giving a couple of recipes for easy, thirst-quenching drinks. Pulled pork sliders (pictured)If you're ...

  4. Manor Restaurant

    Posted Oct 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... inexpensive (eggplant with pork and salted fish in clay pot, fried bean curd) to luxe (one of my favourite versions of flower crab steamed with egg white, hua diao wine and chicken fat). Cons: we didn't have any problems. Recommended dishes: the gum chin gai- golden coin chicken (glazed, roasted pork meat, pork fat and chicken liver between two thin, steamed buns, HK$38 each) ...

  5. Meat and greet

    Posted Mar 25th 2007, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... pork. Roast pork tenderloin with prosciutto, sage and apples (pictured) Fearing trichinosis, many people overcook pork, making it dry. It is recommended that pork be cooked to an internal ... Macchiesi. 1 whole piece fresh pork tenderloin, about 600 grams 4-6 thin slices prosciutto 4-6 large sage leaves About 30ml extra-virgin olive oil Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, ...

  6. Hog heaven

    Posted Jun 14th 2009, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung It's a good thing you can't catch H1N1 'swine' flu from eating pork- it would put a serious dent in my eating habits. The meat can be succulent or lean, ... treat as part of a balanced diet. Slow-roasted pork belly with fennel and garlic (pictured) Ask the butcher for an evenly sized square or rectangular piece of pork belly that's well-layered ...

  7. Tuen Mun stall owner laments a sales drop

    Posted Aug 18th 2005, 12:00am by Agnes Lam

    ... Agnes Lam Pork vendors in Tuen Mun did not step up precautions against the pig-borne disease even though a 44-year-old Wellcome supermarket butcher has been infected. A stall owner who sells pork at a wet market at Leung King Estate- where the Wellcome store involved is located- said business had dropped because of the food scare. 'I thought customers who used to buy pork ...

  8. 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. ...

  9. Diners dream of three square eels a day

    Posted Aug 21st 2005, 12:00am by Niki Law

    ... Niki Law 'I had eel two days ago. I love it. I am not worried at all,' said intrepid diner John Ho Tat-leung. 'If they have it I will order it. And of course I eat pork! You ... of many Hong Kong food-lovers thinking only of their stomachs yesterday. Diners were also keen on pork, apparently oblivious to warnings about the potentially fatal pig-borne bacteria. A dozen ...

  10. Central heating

    Posted Jan 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... thin, dissolve more cornstarch in cold water and stir it into the ingredients, then simmer until thickened. Garnish with the minced spring onion and serve with steamed white rice. Braised pork belly with preserved mustard greens For this dish, choose a piece of pork belly that's evenly thick, and with a good layer of fat. If it's too lean, the finished dish will be dry. 25 ...




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