Recipes

Where to get the most delicious burgers in Hong Kong

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From gourmet burgers at glitzy hotel bars to all-American patties at diner-inspired eateries, we’ve tried and tested our way through the most delicious burgers in Hong Kong — these are the ones that are worth the calories. Hong Kong hasn’t always been big on the burger scene, limited to fast food options and with none of the indulgent choices we have now. While there has been a time and place of course for the quick and easy Big Mac, the patty has been reinvented with satisfying alternatives for everyone (yes, vegans too, thanks to Impossible meat and non-meat options). Try...

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Monthly Newsletter – September 2020

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Welcome to Spring – a chance to take a picnic to the park and sit amongst the blossom and daffodils and the next day rug up against the pelting southerly rain! Spring being the season for new beginnings, we launch our exciting new website. We get some sound business tips from our Director of Studies, Ingrid shares her mum’s Swiss Roll recipe and we catch up with one of our NZQA students, Sam. Chef Andy shares some secrets to cook like a pro and we learn about the rather under rated Bay leaf. Ingrid’s Mom’s Swiss Roll My mother was...

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11 Dishes That Everyone Should Know How To Cook

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Learning how to cook has become one of my favourite creative hobbies during my adult life. It has allowed me to experiment with various flavours and cultures in the kitchen, and has granted me the chance to make memories with loved ones. Growing up, my mother did most of the cooking while my dad was the master in the bbq department. Therefore, as time went on I realized how important it was to know basic recipes that can be both fun and delicious to recreate and share with those who have taught me everything I know today. Since many of...

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Cooking Tips for Hot Weather

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Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with advertisers on this site. With restrictions on indoor dining during the pandemic, it may not be possible to flee your house during a heat wave to eat in an air-conditioned restaurant. And with high temperatures, it’s hard to keep your cool in a hot kitchen. The refrigerator is working extra hard, and cooking on the range or running the dishwasher just adds more heat to the room. But with a few tweaks to your routine and your appliances, you can keep the kitchen comfortable and even save energy. Here are some hot-weather cooking...

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Chicken fingers or chicken nuggets? Raising Cane’s opens near Chick-fil-A in Redlands

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With Tuesday’s opening of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, motorists are snaking through parking lots on both sides of Lugonia Avenue in Redlands in search of fried chicken. The two-lane drive-thru is just a few hundred yards from Chick-fil-A, which serves chicken sandwiches, nuggets and strips across the street in Citrus Plaza. Louisiana-based Raising Cane’s basically does one thing, chicken fingers accessorized by proprietary sauce, fries, Texas toast and lemonade. It opened its first Inland restaurant in Riverside in October 2017, followed by a San Bernardino location in January 2018. Since then, the brand has grown throughout the area. The dining...

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