EAT/DRINK

In China, alcohol aged in bamboo for a new flavour

YIBIN, Jan 17 — A manufacturer of Chinese liqueurs, Chen Chao wanders through the bamboo-covered mountains of southwestern China’s Sichuan province to his ‘cellar’, where he will check...

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After Vatican controversy, McDonald’s helps feeds homeless in Rome (VIDEO)

ROME, Jan 16 ― McDonald’s received a lukewarm reception when it opened a new branch just steps from St. Peter’s Square last month, but today the fast food giant accepted a challenge to...

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Gordon Ramsay to cook with food waste at Dan Barber’s London pop-up

LONDON, Jan 16 — Gordon Ramsay, Tom Kerridge and Clare Smyth are among the Michelin-starred British chefs who will cook alongside their New York counterpart Dan Barber when he opens a popup...

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Why the real cost of fish may be hard to stomach

PARIS, Jan 16 — That smoked salmon you bought for the New Year’s festivities has a story to tell. The salmon may have been raised in Scotland — but it probably began life as roe in...

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The Hyacinth Cafe: A happy place for cake lovers

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 15 — It’s 11am and already there’s a queue of ladies waiting  patiently for their cakes at The Hyacinth Cafe. The spanking new cafe at the Saville at Melawati apartments...

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