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Cannabis chef takes fine dining to new high
Christopher Sayegh holds up two syringes filled with cannabis compound, primed to pump tiny amounts into a pomegranate sorbet, or a juicy cut of Wagyu Japanese beef as part of a bold new sensory experiment.
 
A sneak peak at Taipei's tasty weekend
Clocks are ticking and counting down to the greatest-ever Taiwan Culinary Exhibition (TCE, 臺灣美食展) that will feature a total of six sections, 820 booths and 19 pavilions from Aug.
 
Chipotle says it plans to open burger restaurant
Chipotle is branching out from burritos and plans to open its first burger restaurant.
 
Western Taiwan eats to shine at Taiwan Culinary Exhibition
In the 2016 Taiwan Culinary Exhibition to be held Aug. 5-8, Hsinchu, Taichung and Chiayi governments will each set up flagship pavilions to showcase their best food.
 
Tea connoisseurs, truly'Dachi'
Although coffee culture in Taiwan has been rapidly expanding in recent years, one company returns to the island's Chinese roots and hopes to promote the heritage and original process of making tea. Cofounded by Nicholas Palumbo and Simon Thomas, Dachi Tea Company (大氣) aims to give tea culture a "globally appealing face."
 
Three Malaysian women have a plan to help refugee families through food
It started in September 2013. Suzanne Ling, Lee Swee Lin and Kim Lim were all students at UCSI University in Kuala Lumpur and had worked on a college project with the refugee communities in Kuala Lumpur. After their project ended, they felt they needed to continue helping the refugees. The following year, the trio started Hands of Hope Malaysia, a platform for college students to volunteer to teach refugee and special needs children.
 
What color is paella? The answer, from a Barcelona chef
Of course we are familiar with the Spanish rice dish paella, we say. It is the color of a Mediterranean sunrise, a coral red or saffron yellow. Chef Rosa Camprodon shakes her head. Or maybe that's a shudder. She is our instructor at a Barcelona cooking school that caters to tourists, and she is teaching us to make paella Catalonia-style: a rich coppery brown.
 
Beers may offer nutrition info alongside ingredient details
Beer drinkers who can often find out details about the grain and hops that went into their beverage may get more information from major brewers -- about calories, carbohydrates, protein and more.
 
Global push to make Mediterranean diet sexy again
It may be on the UNESCO heritage list, but global experts warn the Mediterranean diet, prized for its health benefits, is losing so much ground to the fast food culture that the decline may be irreversible.
 
From art to science: a culinary expedition with Peru's top chef
As a teenager on the streets of Lima, Virgilio Martinez aspired to a life of extremes, hoping to become a professional skateboarder.
 
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