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Hokkien Noodles Recipe With Chinese Barbecue Pork

Hokkien Noodles Recipe With Chinese Barbecue Pork

This Hokkien Noodles recipe with char siu pork or Chinese barbecue pork is an old favourite inspired by a dish from legendary Australian chef Neil Perry. It’s hard to believe that I’ve been cooking this dish for close to two decades. As part of my series of...
Char Siu Pork Recipe — How to Make Chinese Barbecue Pork

Char Siu Pork Recipe — How to Make Chinese Barbecue Pork

This Char Siu pork recipe is dead easy to make. Sweet and sticky on the outside, tender and juicy within, this Chinese barbecue pork recipe is also very versatile. You can eat it with steamed rice and Chinese greens and use it in everything from...
Best Camera and Lens for Travel and Food Photography

Best Camera and Lens for Travel and Food Photography

Best camera and lens for travel and food photography? I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been asked what’s my favourite camera and lens combination for shooting travel and food. Impossible to say before now, I’m relieved to let you know that I’ve finally found a camera...
Dispelling Cambodian Cuisine Myths — It’s Not ‘Mild Thai’!

Dispelling Cambodian Cuisine Myths — It’s Not ‘Mild Thai’!

Dispelling Cambodian cuisine myths seems to have become our part-time occupations. Not that we mind. No other Southeast Asian cuisine is so misunderstood and so under-appreciated — nor deserving of more attention. Let’s set a few things straight. Most visitors to Cambodia’s Siem Reap that we meet...
Why You Should Avoid Over-Hyped Must-Do Eateries

Why You Should Avoid Over-Hyped Must-Do Eateries

Avoid over-hyped must-do eateries, and we’re damned if we do, damned if we don’t as travel writers. But these over-exposed eateries, whether street food stalls or fine dining restaurants end up being the most disappointing. And nobody wants a bad meal when they travel. Ever...