Thursday, October 28, 2021

Hong Kong festival mooncakes get a protest makeover

At the back of her tiny shop, Hong Kong baker Naomi Suen pulls out a fresh tray of mooncakes-each one sporting popular...

Saudis resist ‘culture of food waste

RIYADH: A kitchen worker prepares an order in the Mashal plate for a customer at a restaurant as the plate's creator...

Cambodian reptile café slithers into people’s hearts

For anyone terrified of an albino python, an orange corn snake or a scaly, bearded iguana, Chea Raty says getting up close and personal...

Food for… trash? India’s first ‘garbage cafe’ to offer meals for plastic

Hungry, but don't have cash? No problem, bring plastic waste and get a free meal, said the mayor of an Indian city...

‘Little Chef’ charms Myanmar with lockdown cooking classes

Moe Myint May Thu (left) and her mother Honey Cho filming a cooking video at their house in Yangon.

Desert truffles are Libya’s ‘manna from heaven’

Braving the cold and hostile Libyan desert, Milad Mohammed scratches the ground to extract what he calls "manna from heaven" -- white...

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

Iranian bread permanent guest at Kuwaiti tables

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

Japan’s ‘wood alcohol’

TOKYO: Discerning drinkers may soon be able to branch out after Japanese researchers said yesterday they have invented a way of producing an alcoholic...

Cheesy music: Swiss experiment with sound to make cheese tastier

When searching a fromagerie for the perfect chunk of cheddar or parmesan, cheese aficionados have probably never grilled vendors over what kind of music...

Kuwaiti men break the mold, seek to become topnotch chefs

Chef credits female relatives for teaching him secrets to excellent cooking Kuwaiti chef Ziyad Hamada. —KUNA photos

Tsukiji: It’s not all about the fish, says Michelin chef

When two-starred Michelin chef Lionel Beccat reminisces about Tsukiji, the world's biggest fish market in Tokyo, it is not the ocean's bounty that stirs...

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