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First four readers to send me their name + email + favorite French dish will have their names added to the VIP guest list of this exclusive event. Deadline Thursday, June 16th 10:00 a.m.
Maison Camus welcomes you to their private VIP lounge and outdoor terrace, this Friday the 17th of June 2011.
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In China, it is common to see vendors sell yóutiáo (油条, deep-fried twisted dough sticks), dòujiāng (豆浆, hot soybean milk) in a plastic cup, xiàn bǐng (馅饼, buns with different fillings), or jīdàn guàn bǐng (鸡蛋灌饼, naan-like bread, grilled and stuffed with egg, lettuce, and/or or ham (火腿, huǒtuǐ). in many streets of Beijing. Many office workers eat these street snacks [...]Continue Reading →
Beijing, China — Four years ago, I joined a group of 10+ for a dinner at Bei restaurant. The Japanese minimalist chic and maximist price didn’t justify the experience I had so I never returned except for a tofu soup three years later that made me wonder ‘Should I [...]Continue Reading →
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — I heard about bak kuh teh (肉骨茶) from a colleague who told me it is a MUST try in Malaysia. The name bak kuh teh literally translates to ‘meat bone tea‘. According to Wikipedia, bak kut teh was first introduced to the Malay region during [...]Continue Reading →