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Spicing up Malaysia's beloved 'fatty rice,' nasi lemak
Zainal Abidin's tiny food stall serves just one item and opens for only a few hours but is besieged each day by nearly a thousand customers clamoring for Malaysia's undisputed national dish, nasi lemak.
 
American agricultural and food products will be showcased at the upcoming annual 2015 Taipei International Food Show (TIFS) kicking off tomorrow at the Nangang Exhibition Hall, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) announced yesterday.
 
A 29-year-old Taiwanese pastry chef has received an offer to work at the Elysee Palace in Paris next month after a month and a half internship there, the United Daily News reported Sunday.
 
US 'phenomenally thirsty' for wine
The U.S. wine market, already the world's biggest, still has "phenomenal" potential for growth if handled with care, U.S. wine professionals said this week at the world's leading wine fair, Vinexpo.
 
Dayeh University's (大葉大學) Department of Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management recently invited Armando Palmieri, a seven-Michelin-starred patissier from Italy to teach students about bakery, pastry and delicacies.
 
A high-end monthly magazine and website available in English and Chinese titled "Le Pan" launched in France's wine mecca Bordeaux on Monday at the world's biggest wine fair, Vinexpo.
 
New World winemakers are fast catching up with skilled Old World vintners to produce some of the globe's finest tipples, Decanter magazine's prized annual awards showed Sunday.
 
In many ways, Marguerite Patten was the United Kingdom's first celebrity chef -- although she herself would have shunned the term.
 
A Frenchman was on Sunday named the world's best cheesemonger at a competition in France, maintaining national pride in a country famed the world over for its love of all things cheese.
 
Ginger pickles, soup with cabbage and porcini, and reindeer tartare: as economic troubles take a bite out of imported food, Russian restaurants are increasingly turning to local delicacies.
 
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