Food’s Fact | 析飲析食篇

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A three days marathon foodie event “Taste of Christmas 2012”at ExCel London has came to an end yesterday, swept away the public attention. A complex of food ingredients, products, beverages, festival decorations, kitchenware and feathered celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver, Ben Tish and Jun Tunaka, the event offers visitors the most authentic British Christmas … Continue reading

Sainsbury’s vs. Tesco

To choose a side, the best bargain is what keeps your loyalty. Both Sainsbury’s and Tesco are offering a lowest price promotion to stay in the fight, Tesco’s Price Promise compares the price against Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons. If one could have bought the same product cheaper in the rival supermarkets, a voucher up to … Continue reading

Food in written words

A new term Food Porn emerged in 1984 in a book Female Desire depicting visual food presentation, which arouses desire or impulsion to have the food as a substitute for sex. But food not only make one salivate in visual; the same theory as porn, food appears as vivid as visual presentation on literature as … Continue reading

Do you know the truth behind whittening food products?

White coffee Originated from Malaysia, white coffee is a product only baked from coffee beans without caramel;   therefore it is higher in caffeine than normal coffee. The semantic of the name may mislead you to believe the coffee is in ivory in colour or rich in milk; however, it appears usually in light brown or … Continue reading

Burger vs. Bun

Unsurprisingly, when burger and bun comes together it must be intimating a comparison between Western and Oriental diet. These two poles of East and West representative that hooked people up until nowadays reflects an ideologically of two integrally different diet habit – Wrapping and Stacking. Wrapping is a good way to knead contrast ingredients into … Continue reading

The anatonmy of taste

“To loathe the taste, of sweetness, whereof a little More than a little is by much too much.” – William Shakespeare (King Henry IV, Part I) Have you ever wondered how come the love for food varies among us? Some people born to be a foodie and some just couldn’t care less about food? The … Continue reading

Mini food to fill your massive desire

A completely coveting salivating pastries, certainly appetizing, but does it looks a bit too good to be real? Stop squinting because truly, it isn’t. This lovely meal is a work from milky moca’s Kitchen, an Japanese Miniaturist, who has the skills to knead an entire dish that can be holding on your thumb. As well … Continue reading

A little tale about toast

“No matter how bad things get, it’s impossible not to love someone who made you toast. Once you’ve bitten through that crusty surface to the soft dough underneath, and tasted the warm salty butter, you’re lost forever.” – Toast (2010) Indeed, bread and butter is a blessing for human. The satisfaction that burst out when … Continue reading

Food formula

When you are eating sandwich, have you ever questioned why the ham and cheese can be neatly stacked on each other with toast bread?  You may not discover that every single ingredient is existing for one another in order to make it function. If you are paying attention, you will find traces laying around that … Continue reading


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