Basmati: Homey Indian and Nepali (8.0)

As a child I was always fond of curries of all sorts as my mother liked it. Curried meats and seafood were always welcome on our table. I knew about the subtle differences between curries before I knew their names. Since I began mindful eating about seven years ago (with a diagnosis of IBS) I… Continue reading Basmati: Homey Indian and Nepali (8.0)

秘魯料理:看似簡單的菜餚也可以很回味 (8.7)

民以食為天,香港人很幸福,我們的香港在料理和餐飲管理方面的造詣與全球最發達的大城市比肩而立,但在外面吃飯多了,偶爾會覺得一般餐廳無非來來去去幾味菜,幾種調味,再到高級餐廳品嚐來頭不得了的各種動物和食材,無論日本菜還是法國菜,沒有太精緻,只有更精緻,廚師的創意日新月異,有時反而會懷念...

Lin Heung Kui: A Taste of Old Hong Kong (8.0)

The morning catching up, small plates sharing and tea drinking ritual of yum cha is part of Hong Kong’s culture and identity. Back in the 80s and early 90s, old ladies would circle around buzzing dining rooms with pushcarts and shout out for attention. While dim sum carts are increasingly hard to spot in Hong… Continue reading Lin Heung Kui: A Taste of Old Hong Kong (8.0)

Eating through the Far North East

As part of my work I spent a few months in the northeastern tip of China, Heilongjiang province, in the winter of 2019 and 2020, where it was practically twenty degrees celsius below zero every day. Other than ice skating on frozen rivers and walking on snow, the only winter activity was staying home or… Continue reading Eating through the Far North East