In The Kitchen With Wai Yee Hong
Welcome to 'In the kitchen with Wai Yee Hong'.
In our series of 'In the kitchen...' articles we aim to demystify oriental vegetables, methods of cooking and kitchenware. If you want to learn more about how to make the most of oriental ingredients and kitchenware, you've come to the right place. Articles will be added periodically, so keep checking back!
Lap Cheong are a traditional Chinese cured sausage which are delicious on their own, or when added to other dishes.
Learn a bit more about Bubble tea, an interesting drink from Taiwan, which is taking the world by storm!
Dim sum are a wide range of small dishes, with each piece of dim sum making up a small morsel that will 'touch the heart'. We've compiled a list of a few of the usual suspects, as well as some of our favourites!
Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events in the Chinese calendar. Learn about some of the many dishes and snacks that will bring good fortune for the coming year.
Allan, store manager, recommends Sake! A Japanese wine made from rice, it is pronounced 'sah-kee', and is commonly warmed before serving.
This month's staff recommendation is from sales manager, Sandie. Sandie loves serving up home-cooked food, but likes a helping hand once in a while, which is why she recommends Lee Kum Kee Char Siu Sauce.
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