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Pork belly dishes are tasty and easy to cook. They also make for a delicious meal.
Cielo KL doles out European-style seafood dishes like Akami tuna tartare, pan-seared scallop and abalone consomme with panoramic views of downtown Kuala Lumpur.
New dining guide is the first time in Michelin's 118-year history that it has created a selection covering one specific cuisine rather than a geographical area.
Sarah Benjamin thinks that one should not be strict when it comes to concocting culinary pleasures. Leftovers develop their flavours the longer they are kept, she said. Instead of discarding them, “new meals” can be made – and this can help to curb food waste.
A round-up of some of the observations by the Curious Cook: Chinese and French food, lead in rice and foraging for mushrooms.
Nobu KL executive chef Philip Leong is so used to cooking Japanese food, that even his home-cooking has become influenced by the cuisine.
Scallions or spring onions are versatile. Finely chopped spring onions are a flavourful garnish to a finished dish, but using it in cooking can enhance the taste profile.
Pitaya Phanphensophon talks about how retiring from the family business hasn’t dimmed his enthusiasm for the Coca chain of restaurants.
Home cook Nicole Ho still makes the food that her ancestors used to make in Taishan, China, like stewed lamb with sugarcane, braised chicken with dried mandarin peel and glutinous rice desserts.
Since debuting in 2002, the awards have been held in Europe, Australia and the US – this will be the first time the grand finale is held in Asia.