Michelin-starred fine-dining Chinese restaurant HKK will be offering two types of moon cakes on its 15-course tasting menu (from today until 13 September) to celebrate the mid-Autumn harvest festival.
Try out this delicious and simple to make recipe provided by chef of the moment Jason Li. The famous numbing chicken dish is a classic from Sichuan.
The Royal China Group consists of six of London’s most authentic and prestigious Chinese restaurants, including the luxurious and critically-acclaimed Royal China Club.
Former hotel manager and now full-time mum, Ping Coombes, 33, has been crowned the MasterChef 2014 Champion (announced Friday).
Check out this video of a skilled watermelon cutter. With speed and precision, the watermelon’s rind is skillfully taken off. Plus nutritional facts about watermelons.
Premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, The Search for General Tso is a feature-length documentary tracing the origins of Chinese American food through what is arguably America’s most popular takeout meal––General Tso’s Chicken.
Chicken and Goji Berry Soup is a perfect tonic for the body. It has many nutritional benefits and is packed with antioxidants. The soup is very simple to make, with emphasis on the slow cooking time. Go ahead and try making it this weekend and be revitalised after drinking this healthy and tasty soup.
英国2013年对中国的食品出口飙升82%, 猪肉和三文鱼的出口增长近一倍之多, 使中国成为其第二最重要的非欧盟食品出口市场.
White fish ball restaurant version- are made from better quality fish. The fish balls are larger in size and its main ingredients are white fish with no additives, boiled to retain its natural clean flavour. Served at Chinese cafes, restaurants and eaten as a compliment with noodles, added to soups, mixed with vegetables or for hotpots.
Nature has a natural way to give us signs for what to eat to heal a certain body part. Did you know that some foods which are very good for a particular part of the body actually looks like that organ? Often in our busy lives, whatever problems we are experiencing, the solutions are right in front of us and we miss clear clues showing its obvious importance.