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Assembling a mezze platter straight from the Mediterranean

If you’re having guests over and are planning a more casual gathering with simple snacks and refreshments consider a mezze platter. Similar to Spanish tapas, these small plates from the Middle East and the Balkans can serve as either appetizers or a light meal.

5 things kids can learn from the kitchen

Parents in Asia understand the importance of teaching their kids to cook. 75% of parents in the recent Electrolux Asia Pacific Food Survey indicated that they have taught their children to prepare meals or have made it a top priority.

Making your kitchen appliances sparkle with the right techniques

Small kitchen appliances are a life-saving boon to the busy homemaker, saving us time and effort in preparing food and cooking. With many moving parts, as well as nooks and crannies for bits of food to get stuck, ensuring that they are properly cleaned can save you both time and money in the future.

Pairing the right liquors to enhance your food

A good host knows picking the right drinks to go with dinner can enhance the dining experience for guests. The wrong drinks, on the other hand, can ruin the entire meal by clashing with the palate, overwhelming or changing the taste of otherwise delicious food.

Laksa variants in South East Asia

Laksa – A popular spicy soup noodle that is well-known to Indonesians, Malaysians and Singaporeans. While the origins of this dish and its name are subject to debate, its popularity in the three countries is not.

Practise the science of molecular cooking in your own kitchen

Molecular gastronomy or molecular cuisine describes a style of cooking where chefs combine tools from the lab with food ingredients to create innovative new dishes. Hot gelatins, spherical ravioles and crab ice cream are just some of the creations inventive chefs have come up with using this unique cooking method.

Developing your sense of Umami in cooking

Most people describe their food as sweet, sour, bitter and salty. Most, however tend to overlook the fifth sense of taste, Umami.

Five pleasure foods that you can’t stop eating

There’s a reason why humans have come up with the term “emotional eating”. For better or worse, food is tied to our moods and feelings, and the cravings that come on suddenly for comfort foods actually feed our brains’ pleasure centre more than our stomachs.

Reducing noise pollution at home for peaceful living

A quiet home can do wonders for our physical and mental well-being in the long term, as noise tends to impact our concentration and stress levels. Many people can however, be unaware of the amount of sound being generated in the home. But getting used to the cacophony of an active household doesn’t mean it doesn’t have an effect. Here are some suggestions to maintain a more peaceful home environment.

Spice up your snacking with these healthy dips

A healthy snack doesn’t always mean that you have to give up on taste. If that sweet potato chip or taro chip isn’t quite doing it for your taste buds, don’t turn back to fat and sodium-laden commercial snacks just yet.