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The columnist examines cross-species diseases like coronavirus can occur because of new human consumption habits.
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.
Easy-to-make chilli oil lends vibrancy to popular cold poached chicken flavour.
THE Mandarin character for “fresh” (xian) is made up of two other characters which are fish (yu) and lamb (yang).
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.
Nam, the brand new eatery from the people behind Kenny Hills Bakers derives its roots from Vietnam’s vast culinary legacy.
Columnist Chris Chan looks at what gladiators used to eat and how well people are able to adapt to a plant-based diet.
The menu read “Roasted Farm Chicken Marinated with Ginger and Five Spices”.
Ask anyone in the Damansara Utama community to recommend a good plate of char kuey teow in the area after hours and most likely, Tony’s Char Kuey Teow will be mentioned.
When we are bombarded with so many statistics, studies and data, which one should we believe? The columnist weighs in.