Eat/Drink

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    High-end rebrand makes life sweet for Japan’s ‘ice farmers’

  • Here's a very Japanese breakfast you can make yourself: 'Onsen' egg and 'natto' on rice!

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    Here's a very Japanese breakfast you can make yourself: 'Onsen' egg and 'natto' on rice!

  • Qingdao remembers its German past with massive beer festival

    3 days ago

    Qingdao remembers its German past with massive beer festival

  • The sweet taste of Bangkok's Chinatown

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    The sweet taste of Bangkok's Chinatown

  • Ed Sheeran design Heinz Ketchup bottle sells for £1,500

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    Ed Sheeran design Heinz Ketchup bottle sells for £1,500

  • One for the rodent: Rats a cheap street snack in Cambodia

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    One for the rodent: Rats a cheap street snack in Cambodia

  • The ‘gift’ of Tunisia’s delicate date palm drink

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    The ‘gift’ of Tunisia’s delicate date palm drink

  • TedboyCooks: Where young kids learn to bake and cook during school holidays

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    TedboyCooks: Where young kids learn to bake and cook during school holidays

  • Italy’s top female chef mixes it up with flavours from a tiny island

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    Italy’s top female chef mixes it up with flavours from a tiny island

  • Sam's Kitchen: Bangsar's new secret spot serving banana leaf rice packed with flavour

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    Sam's Kitchen: Bangsar's new secret spot serving banana leaf rice packed with flavour

  • Michelin-starred Gaggan in Bangkok to shutter on August 24

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    Michelin-starred Gaggan in Bangkok to shutter on August 24

  • Scientists produce radioactivity-free Chernobyl vodka

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    Scientists produce radioactivity-free Chernobyl vodka

  • Legendary French restaurant Fouquet's to open at the Louvre Abu Dhabi

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    Legendary French restaurant Fouquet's to open at the Louvre Abu Dhabi

  • All-natural and low-sugar: Kombucha takes the US by storm

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    All-natural and low-sugar: Kombucha takes the US by storm

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  • Pop-up food hall coming to the foot of the Eiffel Tower

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    Pop-up food hall coming to the foot of the Eiffel Tower

  • Legendary French restaurant Fouquets to open at the Louvre Abu Dhabi

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    Legendary French restaurant Fouquets to open at the Louvre Abu Dhabi

  • Albanian mussels suffocate as global warming takes toll

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    Albanian mussels suffocate as global warming takes toll

  • Qingdao celebrates German past

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    Qingdao celebrates German past

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    Artificial 'tongue' can distinguish between whiskies

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  • In England, Trappist monks join blessed company with brotherly brew

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    In England, Trappist monks join blessed company with brotherly brew

    MOUNT ST BERNARD (Britain), Aug 6 ― A faint waft of malt drifts over the walls of the tranquil Mount St Bernard Abbey in central England as brewmaster monks are hard at work...

  • Syrian eateries flourish in the heart of Sudan’s capital

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    Syrian eateries flourish in the heart of Sudan’s capital

    KHARTOUM, Aug 5 — In the heart of the Sudanese capital, crowds are drawn by mouthwatering aromas to Syrian eateries that line an upscale Khartoum neighbourhood. The tantalising...

  • Albanian mussels suffocate as global warming takes toll

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    Albanian mussels suffocate as global warming takes toll

    BUTRINT, Aug 4 — Violet Mihasi doesn’t hide her concern while working on her barge on a salt lagoon in the southern tip of Albania, her mussels clinging to ropes dangled in...

  • Enjoy a 'muhibbah' spread of dishes at this Indian food stall in the heart of Kuala Lumpur

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    Enjoy a 'muhibbah' spread of dishes at this Indian food stall in the heart of Kuala Lumpur

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 3 — Sure, there are many stalls offering Indian food at every corner of our hungry city, but this stall is different because it offers a daily spread that...

  • Golden brew: Rare Assam tea bags world record at auction

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    Golden brew: Rare Assam tea bags world record at auction

    GUWAHATI (India), Aug 2 — A rare Assam tea has sold for a world record price at auction in India, highlighting a boom for speciality teas while the industry as a whole is in...

  • 'Plates': Why a print magazine offers food for thought in this Digital Age

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    'Plates': Why a print magazine offers food for thought in this Digital Age

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 2 — Print is dead, haven’t you heard? At least it seems that way as more and more traditional print media such as newspapers and magazines are switching to a...

  • Pop-up food hall coming to the foot of the Eiffel Tower

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    Pop-up food hall coming to the foot of the Eiffel Tower

    PARIS, Aug 2 ― Starting on August 3, Paris's Quai Branly, a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower, will be the site of a smorgasbord of tantalising tastes and smells, with a...

  • Italy bars McDonald’s fast-food amidst monuments of ancient Rome

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    Italy bars McDonald’s fast-food amidst monuments of ancient Rome

    ROME, July 31 — Italy’s Culture ministry today barred the construction of a McDonald’s fast-food restaurant next to the ancient Baths of Caracalla in Rome, with Mayor...

  • Sophie the robot whips up oodles of Singapore noodles

    3 weeks ago

    Sophie the robot whips up oodles of Singapore noodles

    SINGAPORE, July 30 — A Singaporean engineering company has built a robot that can serve up a piping hot bowl of laksa, one of the city-state’s most well-known dishes, in just...

  • Pizza Hut testing pizza pick-up lockers in the US

    3 weeks ago

    Pizza Hut testing pizza pick-up lockers in the US

    DALLAS, July 30 — No time to make dinner after a long day at work? Pizza Hut is testing a new concept which will keep your order hot in a special locker, allowing you to pick it...

  • Smoky tea baked in clay: Tandoori chai heats up Pakistan

    3 weeks ago

    Smoky tea baked in clay: Tandoori chai heats up Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD, July 29 — It’s a cuppa like no other. Every evening in Islamabad a crowd arrives at Sanaullah’s street stall to taste his “tandoori chai” — milk tea served...

  • How to eat like an Argentine

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    How to eat like an Argentine

    BUENOS AIRES, July 27 — What looks like a croissant, tastes almost like a croissant but isn’t strictly a croissant? Breakfast time in Buenos Aires, where locals enjoy...

  • Bugs up: Cape Town restaurant serves insect menu

    3 weeks ago

    Bugs up: Cape Town restaurant serves insect menu

    CAPE TOWN, July 25 ― Mopane worms are a traditional snack in South Africa, but a Cape Town restaurant is set to crawl into the history books as the first to serve a full menu of...

  • Aussie ‘MasterChef’ judges get the chop

    3 weeks ago

    Aussie ‘MasterChef’ judges get the chop

    SYDNEY, July 24 — The hosts of Australian television’s popular and long-running MasterChef cookoff have walked out of the kitchen en masse amid a dispute over pay. Producers...

  • US fake meat firm mounts challenge to legal restrictions

    4 weeks ago

    US fake meat firm mounts challenge to legal restrictions

    NEW YORK, July 23 — A US firm that sells turkey-flavored tofu has taken legal action against a law that prohibits use of the word “meat” to describe its products, amid a...

  • PPP Coffee at REXKL: How a pop-up café can bridge communities

    4 weeks ago

    PPP Coffee at REXKL: How a pop-up café can bridge communities

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 22 — Most pop-ups come and go. Typically a temporary fixture to publicise a new product or brand, they are a great way to test the market for consumer...

  • From Bethlehem basement, Palestinian distiller toasts global acclaim

    4 weeks ago

    From Bethlehem basement, Palestinian distiller toasts global acclaim

    BETHLEHEM, July 22 — In his Bethlehem cellar, distiller Nader Muaddi made fewer than 500 bottles of his liquor last year but has won international accolades and now aims to help...

  • Kitchen disruption: Better food through artificial intelligence

    4 weeks ago

    Kitchen disruption: Better food through artificial intelligence

    WASHINGTON, July 21 — Looking for that perfect recipe, or a new flavour combination that delights the senses? Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial...