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  • Honoring a poet patriot

    2010-06-12 09:28

    Duanwu, popularly known as Dragon Boat Festival, will be upon us soon. Pauline D Loh reflects on its legends and traditions.

  • The one-stop pot

    2010-05-29 07:44

    For those hankering after good home-cooked food, all they need to do is invest in a rice cooker, says Pauline D Loh

  • A feast for the senses with grandma's recipes

    2010-05-22 10:06

    Some of the best heritage recipes are passed down from generation to generation.

  • Oysters au naturel Down Under

    2010-05-15 09:28

    There is no taste better than that of oysters shucked and eaten three seconds after they leave the water,

  • In toon with spring

    2010-04-03 09:22

    Warmer weather is nearly here, and tiny green leaves are sprouting with joyful abandon. But there is one tree that everyone watches with great interest, says Pauline D Loh

  • Buried treasures

    2010-03-27 09:14

    Duck is not often cooked, but when it is, it tends to be part of a festive meal. Pauline D Loh looks at a special duck recipe that is a gem of Chinese cuisine

  • Food that 'touches the heart'

    2010-03-20 07:34

    Drinking tea and eating little snacks called dim-sum is a way of life for Cantonese. Pauline D Loh examines 'yum-cha' culture

  • Pot luck!

    2010-03-13 10:13

    Hot pots in China come with a vast variety of soups and ingredients. Pauline D Loh looks at this unique way of feasting together

  • Salad days and cold cuts

    2010-02-27 09:53

    After a full week of feasting and bingeing, it's time to eat light and let the tummies recuperate.

  • Happy New Year to 'yu'

    2010-02-12 10:55

    New Year's Eve is when families gather around the dinner table, and every dish on the menu represents happiness and blessings.

  • Get your claws into crabs

    2010-02-06 10:38

    With the Lunar New Year fast approaching, it is time to introduce some festive dishes the whole family can enjoy together. Here are two tasty crab dishes that are finger-licking good. Pauline D Loh shows the way

  • Stir it up

    2010-01-23 07:47

    Stir-frying is a Chinese cooking method that is now used all over the world by master chefs and home cooks. But there are a few secrets to doing it really well. Pauline D Loh shows you how