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The columnist’s observations on how businesses get us to spend money and the findings of some food-related studies.
Columnist Chris Chan discusses a curious response that is crucial in the dietary habits of people – if humans did not have this response, it would be impossible for many people to enjoy many foods.
From real cheese to fake truffles and cockroach milk, here are a few food-related observations from last month.
A handcrafted iron wok has become a must-have item after it was featured in the popular TV documentary.
A fake restaurant in London was inundated with reservations after a prankster invented the eatery and pushed it to the top of TripAdvisor's ratings.
Do vegetarians live longer, healthier lives? This series of five stories on vegetarianism under the Curious Cook column checks out the claim.
This month’s Cooking the Books column offers books with elaborate recipes that impart lessons as well as a back-to-basics one that teaches the fundamentals of creative cooking.
It’s all connected, and easier than it may seem, according to the books featured in this month’s Cooking the Books column. Check out our delicious reads section for the how-to.
Eating her way from Manila to Pampanga in a 15-hour food trial, the essence of Pinoy food is revealed to this foodie.
From recipes that turn around a restaurant to a new way to bake and cook dinner, these books are game changers.