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HUMMUS and baba ghanoush are everyday staples of the Middle East. They are usually served as a dip, spread or appetiser where diners scoop the mashed ingredients with a cracker or flatbread.
IF you know the mythological story of the Kitchen God, you will be familiar with nian gao.
We eat a complex amalgamation of compounds/elements at every meal, and much of it may be considered as food “dark matter”.
Lee Yit Ching continues to make treasured kok chai using traditional methods.
Using store-bought roast makes preparing traditional Hakka dish much easier.
TAKE a break from cooking this lunar new year and allow a team of professional chefs to whip up a bountiful meal ideal for family bonding or small feasts.
Takeaway platters offer convenience for those celebrating at home.
Home chef Peggy Tan’s deftness with Chinese vegetarian recipes is such a hit with her friends and family that she recently even decided to start sharing her dishes online.
Some families will begin the Lunar New Year with vegetarian meals, a purification ritual rooted in Buddhism.