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[EYE] Giving people the gift of time

Breakfast is a big part of Korean life, the family gathering for a proper sit-down breakfast that would set you off right for the day. Or that used to be the case. These days, such scenes seem to ha...

Updated : 2016.07.01 16:27

[Home Cooking] Miyeok muchim (Seaweed salad)

Here’s a nice, refreshing summer side dish! Miyeok, also known as wakame, is an edible brown sea vegetable that is highly nutritious. Dried seaweed is a staple in Korean pantries and it is used to m...

Updated : 2016.07.01 14:21

MasterChef Korea’s Austin Kang on fast track to fame

Chef-celeb Austin Kang had no idea he would be cooking on cable TV. Up until February, he was far away from the limelight, three years deep into working in the kitchen, first at a Mexican fusion res...

Updated : 2016.07.01 14:05

How to grill vegetables right, no matter the shape

Look on the bright side: What with global warming sending our poor, precious planet into a hellbound death spiral, and summer's newly blistering temperatures turning your kitchen into Satan’s sauna,...

Updated : 2016.06.30 15:13

Centuries-old winemaking in Bordeaux gets a modern twist

BORDEAUX, France (AP) -- For centuries Bordeaux has been the corporate center of French winemaking, known for luscious wines, elegant chateaus and shrewd wine-sellers. Now there's a new twist: More c...

Updated : 2016.06.30 14:02

Chilled chicken noodle soup to stave off the heat

As the hot and humid days of summer lie ahead for the next three months, finding ways to cool off has one yearning for more comfortable environs and seeking foods to comfort one’s stomach and weary...

Updated : 2016.06.24 18:16

Mastering smoothies this summer

With temperatures sizzling, it’s time to break out the blender and start whipping up some frosty, fruity and flavorful smoothies. The beauty of smoothies is that you can add just about anything to ...

Updated : 2016.06.23 15:07

Joe Wicks: ‘Trying to get the whole world lean’

LONDON (AP) -- With over a million Instagram followers and a best-selling book, Joe Wicks is back for round two with “Lean in 15: The Shape Plan,” released earlier this month. With an idea born in h...

Updated : 2016.06.23 14:53

The Italian wine star that came back from oblivion

OFFIDA, Italy (AFP) -- It is the rising star of Italian wine, a green-gold white starting to earn an international reputation for its distinctive mineral edge and ageing potential. Yet pecorino, whi...

Updated : 2016.06.23 14:51

Healthy-ish burgers at Park Royal offshoot

Nearly two years into the business, owner-chef Derek Oh felt an itch to do something more casual than his already semi-relaxed dining spot, Park Royal. He landed on the idea of burgers. “We star...

Updated : 2016.06.17 13:35

Brillat-Savarin cheese makes a buttery companion to grilled pears

Brillat-Savarin and I have been getting together — a lot. Not the man, who expired 190 years ago. But the cheese, which is immortal. Who can resist those square shoulders, that tender soul? Who can...

Updated : 2016.06.17 11:12

Row erupts as Italian restaurant voted best in world

NEW YORK (AFP) - The first Italian restaurant to be named the best in the world celebrated its win Tuesday as controversy erupted over the selection, with several big name chefs not making the list. ...

Updated : 2016.06.16 15:02

‘Biggest Loser’ researcher explains why weight loss won‘t stick

SACRAMENTO, California -- When Anne Miranda goes shopping for new clothes, she has to remind herself not to reach for a size 16. Now a slim size 6, Miranda said she still sees herself “as a fat per...

Updated : 2016.06.16 14:55

Cafe 395 introduces Singapore cuisine

The Millennium Seoul Hilton’s flagship international buffet and all-day-dining restaurant Cafe 395 is serving up Singaporean fare prepared by guest chefs from Singapore until Sunday. Junior sous c...

Updated : 2016.06.14 14:45

Foreigners pick marinated crab as most challenging Korean food

Foreign visitors to South Korea chose "ganjang gejang," or raw crab marinated in soy sauce, as the most challenging Korean food, a survey showed Monday. According to the survey of 726 foreigners who...

Updated : 2016.06.13 11:19