the elements of eating
While traveling to new places no matter if it is a long journey, relocating or just a short holiday break there is no a better way to get a…
With the Mooncake Festival around the corner it was time for us to make the next move, this time to Chinatown.
As I am travelling with a limited budget I cannot dine entirely in restaurants not even in South East Asia where prices are relatively low.
Looking back at the two months I spent in Malaysia I must admit, at first it was very difficult to adopt the local living routine which is…
We only arrived in Singapore but were lucky enough to come across Mei Heong Yuen Dessert Shop in Chinatown at the very first night.
Story behind Malaysian Style Green Papaya Salad
Bugs, taste hacking, anticipating cravings, singing fridges, and tacocopters.
Featuring: Daphne Cheng, Chef/Vegetable Connoisseur Food Entrepreneur of Suite ThreeOhSix
The Shmoo was the brilliant 1948 invention of Al Capp, the cartoonist who brought us Li’l Abner.
Broccoli gets such a bad rap. This is perplexing to those of us who love that green, treelike stalky vegetable.
It’s interesting to try to imagine how early humans discovered what was edible and what wasn’t.
The pink, tender, bouncy butt of the pig traditionally is eaten by Christians in America to celebrate both the birth and the resurrection…
Honey might be the most miraculous food, and also the most poetic.
Although the pineapple had been widely disseminated for centuries among the native peoples of South and Central America, it didn’t figure…
Whenever I think of rosemary, I hear in my mind’s ear the accompanying line from Hamlet: “That’s for remembrance; pray you, love, remember…
Plums, and therefore prunes, exist only because of grafting, one of the weirdest forms of genetic engineering I’ve ever heard of, and also…
The suave European cousin of the working-class, lowbrow onion, the leek is sweeter in flavor, more genteel in mien.
Yes, it’s the eternal symbol of life and fertility, but an egg is also the ultimate culinary shape-shifter.
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