Recent and archived articles by Julie Wong
WHAT is more American than apple pie, cupcakes, hot dog and popcorn? Many would venture Coca Cola, McDonald’s, KFC, Dunkin’ Donuts, Heinz, TGI Fridays and Starbucks – household names of American food brands.
A parenting decision led Elizabeth Liew and her husband to move to the country; the accidental farmers now produce a fabulously green olive oil under Tuscan skies.
One couple stays true to the tradition of fried nian gao.
It’s the season for 'lap mei', and the preserved meat cooked with rice in a claypot is a dish to celebrate the spring festival.
The little tweaks and fine-tuning that a chef does make all the difference to the traditional 'lap mei farn'.
Cooking has kept two best friends buzzing, fresh-faced, and quick to break out in megawatt smiles.
Dina’s food truck is not only a truckload of yummies, but great community-building ideas, too.
The Yangcheng Lake in China is world-famous for producing hairy crabs, and one Malaysian restaurant chain is bringing them to our local tables.
The Week of Taste hopes to help us all make a connection to our food.
In France, bakers are being encouraged to return to the traditional methods of breadmaking to enhance the quality of the loaves they produce.