Iranian bread permanent guest at Kuwaiti tables

Kuwaitis' bond with Iranian culture unchanged despite regional tensions KUWAIT: Khalil Kamal makes...

On the menu soon: lab-grown steak for eco-conscious diners

REHOVOT: Diners in some upmarket restaurants will soon be able to tuck into laboratory-grown steak, thanks to an Israeli startup that seeks...

$280,000 lab-grown burger could be a more palatable $10 in 2 yrs

MADRID/ZURICH: Lab-grown meat, first introduced to the world six years ago in the form of a $280,000 hamburger, could hit supermarket shelves...

From a lake high in Madagascar, Africa’s own caviar

Madagascar, renowned for its unique wildlife and vanilla production, has a new claim to fame-the island nation is Africa's first and only...

Secrets of a super chef: Alain Ducasse on pursuing perfection

As one of the world's most decorated chefs, Alain Ducasse is known for his forensic attention to detail-from thrice-ironed tablecloths to hand-picked...

French restaurant run by Argentine chef crowned world’s best

France's Mirazur restaurant-whose Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco draws inspiration from the sea, the mountains, and his own garden-was...

Inventor of guilt-free desserts is world’s top pastry chef

Her desserts are often not at all sweet and she couldn't give a fig if people complain that they don't look great...

How a Brit got Asia to fall for Macau’s Portuguese egg tarts

With their flaky pastry casing, creamy custard filling and brulee topping, Macau's Portuguese egg tarts are as...

UAE expats get taste of Ramadan traditional sweets

Nida Mohammed drove for more than an hour from Fujairah to Sharjah in the UAE just to buy special Iraqi sweets and...

Papa roach: Chinese farmer breeds bugs for the table

Cockroach farmer Li Bingcai eating an exuvial roach at his farm in Yibin, China’s southwestern Sichuan province. — AFP photos

Ostrich, rodent on the menu as Cuba seeks food miracle

From breeding miniature cows to importing water buffalo, Cuban leaders have long gotten creative in their effort to remedy food shortages. Now,...

Cashew waste strikes gold: Benin looks to cashews for growth

The back and forth of lorries and pick-up trucks covered with tarpaulin never stops at the Fludor factory in Zogbodomey, two hours...

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