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AFTERNOON tea, traditionally a British tradition that came about in the 1840s, was a time to have a small meal to stem the hunger before an evening meal.
Taro cake, known in this region as yam cake, is a favourite teatime snack because of its savoury appeal.
This month's Cooking the Books column offers baking guides simple and impressive as well as 'home food' from a nurturing soul.
This year’s new variant of yee sang, the Chiu Chow Yee Sang, was inspired by chef Alex Au’s travels and the local yee sang he had sampled.
COMING up with creative ideas to jazz up the Chinese New Year delicacy of yee sang, is something chef James Ho spends a lot of time thinking about.
KEEPING to tradition is important when planning a festive menu as some diners look forward to savouring Chinese New Year delicacies with symbolic meaning attached to them.
Refreshing, healthy and enjoyable. That was my first impression of St Regis Kuala Lumpur’s Prosperity Yee Sang, which was probably one of the memorable ones.
SHANGRI-LA’S Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa in Penang welcomes the Chinese New Year with sugar, spice and everything nice.
New twists and combinations produced from selection of choice ingredients.
WHEN preparing festive meals for Chinese New Year, many home cooks and chefs will include ingredients that are said to invite good luck and prosperity for the year ahead.