Eat/Drink

  • Lab-grown meat? Dutch start-up keeps pork on your plate without wrecking the planet

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    Lab-grown meat? Dutch start-up keeps pork on your plate without wrecking the planet

  • Cape Town restaurant wins Guinness world milkshake record

    16 hours ago

    Cape Town restaurant wins Guinness world milkshake record

  • Movie magic: Spanish tinned crisp sales boom on Korean film cameo

    2 hours ago

    Movie magic: Spanish tinned crisp sales boom on Korean film cameo

  • Scottish distillery launches ‘carbon neutral’ pea gin

    1 day ago

    Scottish distillery launches ‘carbon neutral’ pea gin

  • Japan’s deadly fish: Fugu purveyors dream of Olympic revival

    1 day ago

    Japan’s deadly fish: Fugu purveyors dream of Olympic revival

  • Secret of this delicious Teochew-style fish noodles in Sungai Buloh? Fresh fish

    5 days ago

    Secret of this delicious Teochew-style fish noodles in Sungai Buloh? Fresh fish

  • God save the pub: Britons rally to rescue local watering holes

    5 days ago

    God save the pub: Britons rally to rescue local watering holes

  • Round food for every mood in Petaling Jaya: Discover Patina by Three's artisanal doughnuts

    6 days ago

    Round food for every mood in Petaling Jaya: Discover Patina by Three's artisanal doughnuts

  • Gazans delight in home-produced chocolate goodies

    1 week ago

    Gazans delight in home-produced chocolate goodies

  • How crêpes can save you from social media

    1 week ago

    How crêpes can save you from social media

  • French nipping at Scottish heels in whisky market

    1 week ago

    French nipping at Scottish heels in whisky market

  • Renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten arrives at La Mamounia in Marrakech

    1 week ago

    Renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten arrives at La Mamounia in Marrakech

  • French wine industry faces ‘challenging year’ as US exports drop

    1 week ago

    French wine industry faces ‘challenging year’ as US exports drop

  • Beloved communal hotpot falls victim to Hong Kong virus fears

    1 week ago

    Beloved communal hotpot falls victim to Hong Kong virus fears

Our Picks in Eat/Drink

  • Perak's mouth-watering biscuits

    7 hours ago

    Perak's mouth-watering biscuits

  • Kuwait serves up a swarm of locusts

    7 hours ago

    Kuwait serves up a swarm of locusts

  • Kellogg to phase out glyphosate in oats, wheat by 2025

    7 hours ago

    Kellogg to phase out glyphosate in oats, wheat by 2025

  • Super-expensive, 55-year Yamazaki whisky by Suntory

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    Super-expensive, 55-year Yamazaki whisky by Suntory

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  • Ancient Jewish dish becomes melting pot of Israeli cuisine

    1 week ago

    Ancient Jewish dish becomes melting pot of Israeli cuisine

    BNEI BRAK (Israel), Feb 12 — Moshe Genzler lifts the lid off a huge aluminium pot, thrusts in a massive spoon and dishes out a steaming portion of beans, potatoes and beef. It...

  • Chef Massimo Bottura to open restaurant in Los Angeles, then Tokyo

    1 week ago

    Chef Massimo Bottura to open restaurant in Los Angeles, then Tokyo

    MODENA, Feb 12 ― Michelin three-starred chef Massimo Bottura of the Osteria Francescana in Modena (Italy), which has twice been named the world's best restaurant, has again...

  • MasterChef Australia judge’s restaurant empire collapses

    1 week ago

    MasterChef Australia judge’s restaurant empire collapses

    SYDNEY, Feb 11 — The restaurant empire of former Australian MasterChef judge George Calombaris was placed into voluntary administration yesterday, a year after a wages scandal...

  • If you like cockles in your curry mee, head over to this place in Klang

    1 week ago

    If you like cockles in your curry mee, head over to this place in Klang

    KLANG, Feb 9 -- One look at those bloody, plump cockles or sihum in Batu 9 Curry 9 支咖哩面's bowl of curry mee and my tummy rumbled. In fact, the moment I had the time, I...

  • Tiffany’s first European cafe to open in London on Valentine’s Day

    1 week ago

    Tiffany’s first European cafe to open in London on Valentine’s Day

    LONDON, Feb 9 — The American jeweller is to open its first ever cafe in Europe in Harrods in London on February 14.  A raspberry jam-filled croissant for breakfast,...

  • How to have a smashing good birthday party... with a piñata cake! (VIDEO)

    1 week ago

    How to have a smashing good birthday party... with a piñata cake! (VIDEO)

    KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 8 – There's an excitement in the air as the group of children gathered around the cake. The birthday boy gleefully whacked the cake with a small hammer and it...

  • World's most expensive whiskies go up for sale

    1 week ago

    World's most expensive whiskies go up for sale

    NEW YORK, Feb 8 ― Some of the world's rarest and most expensive whiskies went on sale yesterday in an online auction of a private collection amassed by a late US soft drink...

  • Savour pillowy goodness at DougHappy's bread truck in Taman Desa

    2 weeks ago

    Savour pillowy goodness at DougHappy's bread truck in Taman Desa

    KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 7 — If Marie Antoinette lived today, she might have exclaimed: “Let them eat bread.” In my taman alone, I count over a dozen bakeries and pastry shops....

  • Container Kebab offers Baba Rafi Turkish Kebab to Ipoh’s kebab fans

    2 weeks ago

    Container Kebab offers Baba Rafi Turkish Kebab to Ipoh’s kebab fans

    IPOH, Feb 6 — The world’s biggest kebab chain, Baba Rafi Turkish Kebab, has landed in Ipoh! This is not the ordinary sandwich roll you can find at most night markets as...

  • Michelin two-star chef Clare Smyth to open a restaurant in Sydney, Australia

    2 weeks ago

    Michelin two-star chef Clare Smyth to open a restaurant in Sydney, Australia

    SYDNEY, Feb 5 — The former Gordon Ramsay acolyte, who has since gained acclaim for her two-star establishment in London, is preparing to open her first venture outside the...

  • ‘Cheddargate’ chef tells Michelin to keep out of his restaurant

    2 weeks ago

    ‘Cheddargate’ chef tells Michelin to keep out of his restaurant

    PARIS, Feb 5 — Marc Veyrat, the French celebrity chef at the centre of the “Cheddargate” scandal, has declared that he never wants a Michelin star for his new Paris...

  • Flavours of Jaffna: Aliyaa Island Restaurant and Bar to host food festival in homage of northern Sri Lankan cuisine

    2 weeks ago

    Flavours of Jaffna: Aliyaa Island Restaurant and Bar to host food festival in homage of northern Sri Lankan cuisine

    PETALING JAYA, Feb 3 — Cooking is something that comes naturally to Parvathy Kanthasamy. Ever since she was a little girl growing up in the food haven city of Jaffna on the...

  • Do not leave Perak without getting your hands on these mouth-watering biscuits

    2 weeks ago

    Do not leave Perak without getting your hands on these mouth-watering biscuits

    IPOH, Feb 3 — All of us have our favourite biscuits that we have chomped into throughout the years. While some shops have popped up in recent years, there are those being run by...

  • Oscars party menu goes (almost) vegan

    2 weeks ago

    Oscars party menu goes (almost) vegan

    LOS ANGELES, Feb 2 — Organisers have touted plans to go mostly vegan at this year’s Oscars party but celebrities need not fear — there will still be plenty of caviar, smoked...

  • Locusts boiled, baked or dried? Kuwait serves up a swarm

    2 weeks ago

    Locusts boiled, baked or dried? Kuwait serves up a swarm

    KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2 — Some people like them baked, others prefer them dried. Locusts are surprisingly nutritious and considered a delicacy by many in Kuwait but not everyone is...

  • Nigerians turn to traditional brew as economy staggers

    2 weeks ago

    Nigerians turn to traditional brew as economy staggers

    ABUJA, Feb 2 — Government worker Iorliam Shija sits in one of the ramshackle bars along the banks of the Benue river in central Nigeria sipping from a gourd filled with frothy...

  • Between commodity and specialty: The new 'good coffee' goldmine in Malaysia

    2 weeks ago

    Between commodity and specialty: The new 'good coffee' goldmine in Malaysia

    KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 1 — There is something distinctive about the aroma of coffee beans being roasted. It’s not exactly pleasant, and nothing like the smell of a freshly brewed...

  • Pasteurised camembert? French cheesemakers vote ‘Non’

    3 weeks ago

    Pasteurised camembert? French cheesemakers vote ‘Non’

    PARIS, Jan 31 — A battle over the future of camembert, one of France’s most emblematic cheeses, came to a head today after producers voted against allowing pasteurised...

  • McDonald’s scraps Big Macs at Soviet prices due to virus

    3 weeks ago

    McDonald’s scraps Big Macs at Soviet prices due to virus

    MOSCOW, Jan 30 — McDonald’s planned to celebrate the arrival of the Big Mac in Russia 30 years ago by offering one of its most popular items virtually for free. But today, the...