The best places to enjoy this national favourite.
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Still basking in the glow of his 17th ranking in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list, chef de cuisine of JAAN, Julien Royer, is tackling his next challenge—Noosa International Food & Wine Festival. epicure spoke to Royer and Noosa’s festival director Jim Berardo about the upcoming culinary extravaganza.
Thin-sliced beef, fragrant herbs and an aromatic broth are the hallmarks of a great Vietnamese noodle soup.
As the largest food and hospitality tradeshow, Food&HotelAsia (FHA) has always operated on a grand scale, but this year it’s set to max out all 10 exhibition halls at the Singapore Expo from 8 to 11 April.
These humble pastries are a dime a dozen, but the following 10 make it a cut above the rest.
Another famous Japanese name has landed in Singapore, but this time, it’s Chinese food.
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WINES, SPIRITS AND THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THEM…
Confused by the terms and rules in the world of organic, biodynamic and natural wines? We cut through the jargon and tell you what you should know.
In an age of modern winemaking, Emidio Pepe is an anomaly. He still hand-decants each bottle of wine before release and avoids ageing them in barrels.
No vineyards? No problem. A new breed of wineries are setting up shop in American cities, and even letting customers make their own quaffs.
With wines going au naturel and indigenous sake shaping up to be the celebrated toast on everyone’s lips, 2014 looks set to be an exciting year for adventurous tipplers.
At the 4th Southeast Asia Sommelier Competition, sommeliers had to overcome stage jitters and tricky challenges to prove their mettle to judges. Lin Weiwen spends a day with them behind the scenes.
Share your favourite dishes now and stand a chance to win attractive prizes!
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With a diverse arable terrain and a generous sprinkling of hot springs, Taiwan is a great destination for a wellness holiday. Mavis Teo visits Miaoli, Wulai and Taipei and immerses herself in the nourishing culture of eating seasonal produce straight off the land.
The scenic backdrops, excellent local produce and enjoyable thermal springs of Lake Garda combine to give chef Denis Lucchi an excellent package for a truly blissful retreat.
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