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Hibiscus and Rose Cosmopolitan

Hibiscus and Rose Cosmopolitan A Cosmo is classically made with cranberry juice, but I’ve found that you can just as easily substitute hibiscus syrup made from dried hibiscus flowers. They have the same vivid color […]

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How to Cook With Your Kitchen Scraps

Stop! Don’t toss that banana peel! You have in your hands the beginnings of a perfectly plush and fluffy banana layer cake—yes, really. Lindsay-Jean Hard’s banana peel cake—made using two banana peels, cooked down and […]

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Cabbage Kimchi (Pogi Kimchi)

Aside from barbecue, kimchi is probably the dish most synonymous with Korean cuisine. This fiery red, funky, fermented cabbage is on the table at every meal—breakfast, lunch, and dinner, 365 days a year. It is one of the cornerstones of Korean […]

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How to Eat Well on a Budget

Good food doesn’t have to break the bank. Beth Moncel has made it her mission to prove it. Moncel is the Nashville-based food blogger behind Budget Bytes, where she shares money-saving tips and hundreds of simple, […]

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How to Make Cantonese Roast Duck at Home

BY CICI LI AND CRYSTAL SHI Hold the turkey; how about roasting a duck for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner instead? Cantonese roast duck—the glistening red birds you see hanging in Chinatown shop windows—is known for its shiny, […]

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Top 10 Restaurants in Perth

Credit: crestaurant @ Instagram As Perth celebrates a diverse population, the city offers a wide selection of mouth-watering cuisines, including Modern Australian, Chinese, Italian and Indian. Here are the top 10 restaurants in Perth that […]

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Judy Joo’s Korean Fried Chicken

Korean fried chicken has been the rage around the world as of late. The extra crispy crust makes it so different and addictive compared to other fried chicken. My secret ingredients are matzo meal, a Jewish unleavened flatbread, […]