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Around the hotels

IP Boutique Hotel The hotel’s Café Amiga offers various new menus prepared with strawberries through May 31. The menus include flower and sprout bibimbap, strawberry juice, strawberries with cream...

Updated : 2011.04.01 18:30

Flavorful raw milk cheese

People who love raw milk cheeses and those who make them say what sets the cheeses apart is the distinctive flavors and the way they can change from season to season. Whether the taste is tangy, swe...

Updated : 2011.04.01 18:26

Around the hotels

W Seoul-Walkerhill The hotel offers the “W Hot Spring” package until May 31. The package includes a one night stay in a Wonderful room, breakfast for two, and two tickets to either sauna facility,...

Updated : 2011.03.25 18:20

Food finesse: tricks to get most nutrients out of your food

The way you prepare your food can be just as important as what food you eat. Is there any point in eating broccoli, for example, if you cook the life out of its natural carcinogen killers? On the oth...

Updated : 2011.03.25 18:17

Cream puffs galore

Beloved sweet comes in different shapes and sizes With spring just around the corner, dessert lovers might be experiencing a new set of cravings for classic chou a la creme. Gobs of cool cream or c...

Updated : 2011.03.25 18:16

BOSTON, Massachusetts (AFP) ― Seafood industry players from around the world grappled here Monday with ways to net the most elusive catch of all: a solution to the problem of feeding growing appetit...

Updated : 2011.03.23 19:46

How bacon sizzled and people got sweet on cupcakes

NEW YORK, New York (AP) ―Bacon. It’s everywhere. U.S. fast food chain Wendy’s features it in the “Baconator” and Paula Deen crumbles it into quiche. Ditto for those deluxe cupcakes top-heavy wit...

Updated : 2011.03.23 18:41

‘Masitda’ for Mamasita Mex bar, grill

Mexican restaurant fires up casual lunch menu From outside, Mexican bar and restaurant Mamasita looks like a posh, high-end establishment, located near the wealthy Cheongdam-dong shopping district i...

Updated : 2011.03.21 19:53

Recession-racked shoppers still splash on buying organics

RALEIGH, N.C. ― For the past three years, American consumers have been on a shopping diet. They cut nonessentials from their shopping lists. They’ve made do. They’ve thought twice before buying. ...

Updated : 2011.03.21 17:38

Coffee pods invade cafes

Do coffee capsules pose a threat to baristas? At first glance Apgujeong’s Cafe Italico looks like a run-of-the-mill coffee shop. The flagship store of this 20-outlet cafe franchise, however, is an...

Updated : 2011.03.20 14:49

Asian diners are still tucking into sushi at restaurants around the region despite fears that elevated radiation levels in Japan could reach the food chain and contaminate raw ingredients. In Taiwan...

Updated : 2011.03.20 14:21

The occasional carnivore: Flexitarian eaters finding they really can have it both ways

Identifying yourself as an eater used to be simple. You either ate meat, or you didn’t. Now? Maybe you eat meat, but only certain kinds or only on certain days ― or even certain hours. Or you don’...

Updated : 2011.03.14 17:43

Why rice is king of the Korean table

Quality grains boast serious pedigree, new varieties not far behind For centuries, rice has reigned supreme at the Korean dining table, acting as an anchor to the traditional spread of banchan (Kore...

Updated : 2011.03.13 14:03

Around the hotels

Lotte Hotel Seoul Lotte Hotel Seoul’s Chinese restaurant Toh Lim on the 37th floor has invited the executive chef Fung Chekeung of the two-Michelin-starred Chugoku Hanten Fureika and the owner chef...

Updated : 2011.03.11 18:59

As shoppers demand customization, companies say: Do it yourself

CHICAGO ― Blame it on Starbucks. Consumers seem to be looking for ways to personalize everything they buy. It’s not just picking apps for their phones, special touches for their shoes or music for ...

Updated : 2011.03.07 17:14