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Food

Fill factor

Popular the world over, stuffed vegetables are a delicious treat to be enjoyed on the street and at home.

Saturday, 24 November, 2012, 11:06pm

Here comes Kennedy

A small street in this out-of-the-way district is quietly starting to figure on the culinary map, writes Anneliese O'Young

13 Jun 2013 - 8:46am

Venezuela's Maduro scraps plan to restrict food sales

Officials in western Zulia state had said the plan to limit sales of items such as cooking oil, flour, chicken and toilet paper — all of which are subject to price controls — could begin as early as Monday at 65 supermarkets.

9 Jun 2013 - 12:37pm

Hong Kong garment firm diversifies into indoor fish farms

William Choi and his partners recently spent HK$80 million setting up the Santai Eco Fishery in Chashan. He hopes that the 24,000-square-metre indoor fish farm will capitalise on the steady stream of tainted food scandals on the mainland.

6 May 2013 - 5:22am 3 comments

'Community kitchens' to serve unused food to needy

"Community kitchens" will be set up around the city to serve the needy using foods unused by catering outlets, the new chairman of Food for Good, Professor Joe Leung Cho-bun, said.

6 May 2013 - 8:45am

Dishing up generous servings for the needy

At a time when many restaurants are trying to cut costs to cope with soaring rents and higher wages, one cha chaan teng in Sham Shui Po is doing exactly the opposite - providing meals for the needy.

6 May 2013 - 8:45am

Wholesale price for marbled beef rises 4.5pc

Diners may have to dig deeper into their pockets if they want to tuck into quality beef as the territory's sole fresh beef distributor, Ng Fung Hong, yesterday announced a 4.5 per cent increase in the wholesale price of marbled beef.

6 May 2013 - 5:00am

Rat meat sold as lamb in Shanghai, police say

If you have ordered lamb or mutton for hotpot in Shanghai over the last four years, you might have been served rat, fox or mink, the Ministry of Public Security said on Thursday.

29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am

Lawyer David Chan has eaten at 6,300 Chinese restaurants in the US

The television cameras roll as Los Angeles lawyer David Chan places the first forkful of cashew chicken in his mouth. The crowd at Leong's Asian Diner in Springfield, Missouri, falls silent as he chews and squints in the glare of the lights.

28 Apr 2013 - 7:44am

Butcher introduces bespoke dry-aged beef

Hong Kong food fanatics are familiar with choosing rib-eye or sirloin, medium-well or rare. But what about wet- or dry-aged? The soon-to open Butcher's Club, a butcher's shop combined with a private kitchen and catering company, will be offering in-house, dry-aged prime black Angus beef.

26 Apr 2013 - 10:47am

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