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If drinking soda is wrong for real foodies, I don't want to be right! Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
Ken Watanabe reading Kenji Mayazawa's "Ame ni mo makezu" (lit. strong in the rain). not losing to the rain not losing to the wind not losing to the snow nor to summer's heat with a strong body unfettered by desire... Continue reading
Posted Mar 18, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
Subaru by Tunimura Shinji With my eyes closed, I see nothing With sorrow in my heart, I open my eyes A road heading for the wilderness And nothing else other than what I see. Ah, all you stars, destined to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
Speaking as a foodie, this is just so timely with all the uproars over the region: a "Humpy" meal from Heston Blumenthal inspired by Lawrence of Arabia. I guess the only way for me to one-up on my man would... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
Hey Mr. Bourdain, We Can Do Better Geez, that is a downright catchy way to start the conversation... though I can't remember saying that. Or did I say “writing a food blog is passé”? I mean, it's a bit perverse... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
'Naked chef' to debut on Hong Kong adult channel A Hong Kong adult channel is set to debut a cooking show headlined by a nude host who will prepare Cantonese dishes wearing a transparent apron -- an apparent bid to... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
It was November when I first mentioned about doing a "24-hour at" kind of thing when I saw Richard popped up 2 pieces of time-lapse video for his Dutch counterparts on his Facebook page. I know we're in for some... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2011 at Cha Xiu Bao
I know this is no way the most captivating X'mas tree you've seen this season. But still, wish you all a healthy, warm and tasty holiday season. Merry X'mas! Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
CXB3851 Originally uploaded by chaxiubaoNSFW... or is it too late? Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
The TV side dish is one of the most overlooked dining culture in Hong Kong. Its predominancy at low to mid range dining spots (think chachaanteng, congee and noodles shop and teahouse) almost goes side by side (no pun intended,... Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
It's Sunday and our Wok With Nana double installment of Hakka cuisine will surely make you laugh like an eight year-old. Frankly, you might as well hurt your jaws laughing if you're into Hakka cuisine playing in HD. Anyways, it's... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
May you know this feeling many times... and so, we're airing a doubleheader with episodes about Chinese tea. One with Nana visiting her friend Vivian's tea shop and getting acquainted again with her tea and the other with her giving... Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
Driving food pornography to the max, this has gotta be the best episode of South Park for all foodies out there! Creme Fraiche Tags: SOUTH PARKRandy Marsh,Sharon Marsh,more... Creme Fraiche Tags: SOUTH PARKRandy Marsh,Sharon Marsh,more... Creme Fraiche Tags: SOUTH PARKRandy... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
If you are a real fan of Taiwanese beef noodles, you're in for a treat! First, the version with a funky twist: think of a camp meal with barely enough resources from a fridge rummage - not so shabby, all... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
CXB2942 Originally uploaded by chaxiubao... Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
Thanks for this BeefNoGuy! I was once told Lipton selling overseas and Lipton selling in HK are made by different factories. Maybe that's the reason.
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Our Wok With Nana show heads to an authentic, traditional Hong Kong cafe and Nana tries her hand on the art of milk tea brewing the Hong Kong way. Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
In the words of Lin Yutang, Indian produ... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
I know, this is never a good idea to take pictures in the museum. So I'm a low moral douche bag from a museum etiquette point of view. Yes, I shot pictures at the Hong Kong University Museum and Art... Continue reading
Posted Oct 3, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
CXB2923 Originally uploaded by chaxiubao The observatory just issued a warming signal for fire hazard. And you know what that signifies? Autumn is in the air, of which also means the season for brown mustard is on! This soup can... Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
"That night the wife of King Suddhodana, Maya the Queen, asleep beside her Lord, Dreamed a strange dream; dreamed that a star from heaven-- Splendid, six-rayed, in colour rosy-pearl, Whereof the token was an Elephant Six-tusked and whiter than Vahuka's... Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao
CXB2849 Originally uploaded by chaxiubaoHave you ever eaten so many mooncakes? Me neither. I think I now see the whole of the moon wherever I go... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2010 at Cha Xiu Bao