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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.
SOME cooks say if you slice off the leafy top of a pineapple and stand the cut end upside down for half an hour, you will end up with a sweeter fruit.
Mandarin oranges are abundant around Chinese New Year and it is a cultural tradition for some communities to throw excess oranges into the river on Chap Goh Meh.
A DELIGHTFUL mix of seafood and poultry delicacies normally take centre stage at the dining table during Chinese New Year.
Lee Yit Ching continues to make treasured kok chai using traditional methods.
AS Chinese New Year approaches, families look forward to reuniting over a special selection of dishes that represent a culture dating back thousands of years.
Using store-bought roast makes preparing traditional Hakka dish much easier.
WHAT gives prawns that bouncy texture so savoured by diners at Chinese restaurants? Some say sodium bicarbonate mixed in a brine of ice cold water does the trick.
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.