Food

British guardsmen go sweet on their seven-foot chum

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Learn to bake at the Kuali workshop

KFC Korea births meat monster adding beef patty to Double Down

More signature dishes from Waldorf Astoria, home of red velvet cake

  • Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa workers showing a basic plate of nasi lemak — rice, sambal and eggs.

Eating Out

The thali is a complete meal of starters, mains and desserts all served at the same time, usually on a stainless steel plate with different compartments or in small bowls arranged within a platter.
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Masaru Hiura, owner of Hinoya, which won the grand prize in the Kanda Curry Grand Prix 2013, puts a soft-boiled egg on a dish of curry at his shop in Tokyo’s Kanda district. —Yomiuri Shimbun/ANN
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How to take great pictures with your smart phone

Chicago food photographer Stephen Hamilton shares his tips on how to take beautiful, yet simple photos on your smart phone.

How much food does $5 buy

Here's how much coffee, meat, beer, McDonald's etc you can get for $5 in countries around the world.

Cooking technique: Flambe

Watch how this chef 'fires up' his crepes.

How to colour food purple naturally

Here's an easy way to colour tofu for your bento box meal.

What is sous vide?

Chef Michael Voltaggio explains the technique, and shows how it's done in a microwave oven.

Simmering vs boiling water

Find out the difference and what you should cook in simmering and boiling water.

How to assemble pulut dakap

These glutinous rice-banana parcels are tied together in pairs.

Robots making ramen

This restaurant in Japan has robochefs to make the noodle dishes served there.

How to cut watermelon

A simple but brilliant technique.

Waste wars

A short film on food waste in America

How to pinch pie crust

Give a double crust pie a lovely fluted edge with this easy technique.

Cooking spinach in space

Astronaut Chris Hadfield explains how to cook freeze-dried spinach, while aboard the International Space Station.

Around the world in 20 eggs

Make eggs, not war.

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