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Citystar 24HR HK Style Restaurant (京星港式飲茶) in Taipei, Taiwan

Citystar 24HR HK Style Restaurant (京星港式飲茶) in Taipei, Taiwan

HK = Hong Kong. Ok so wait, I had a HONG KONG style food over in TAIWAN? What was I thinking?!?!? Well, I was hungry and it was late, and I happen to have noticed a 24-hour restaurant on an upper floor right across the road near my hotel so that’s how I ended up […]

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Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe Ideas

Make the most of your weekend and plan for one of these fun indoor activities. Here are a few chocolate ice cream sandwich recipe ideas perfect for the weather.

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‘Twiggies’ Homemade Recipe

Gardenia ‘Twiggies’ are delightful sponge finger snacks in adorable sizes that have two flavours – chocolate and vanilla. It used to be delicious once upon a time; today the flavour has lost its kick.

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Cleaning and Washing your Fruits and Vegetables

The practice of food hygiene is crucial to prevent food-borne illnesses. Here are some recommended tips on how you can clean and wash your fruits and vegetables.

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Jam or Preserve, What’s the Difference?

Terminologies can be quite confusing at times, here’s a list that might be useful to you.

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How to Make Starbucks Drinks

Starbucks secret menu has unveiled. Discover the delicious concoctions, the goal is to put the power of the menu in your hands so that you may try to whip up versions of your own.

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The Benefits of Gardening

Did you know? The benefits of gardening and community food-growing projects are more than just filling your belly. It is widely recognised that regular contact with plants, animals and the natural environment can improve your physical health and mental well being.

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Grocery Storage Tips: Dairy Products

All fluid milk products and any foods made from milk are considered part of the food group known as dairy products. Here are some general tips on how to handle dairy products.

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Culinary Knife Cuts

Did you know? One of the first things every beginning culinary student learns is how to execute various basic knife cuts and shapes. Even if you are not a student, knowing some basics come in really handy as it greatly enhance the visual appeal and ensure even/uniformed cooking time of the food you’ve prepared.

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Japanese Green Tea Chocolate Recipe Idea

My first taste of Japanese green tea flavoured chocolate left me drooling for more – it is rich, mildly sweet, a little mellow and has a hint of pure grassy flavour. I bumped into this simple recipe idea that may be worth your time.

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