How Do You Like Your Butter Chicken to Be Cooked? The History of This Sensational Dish

What's your favourite dish when you go to an Indian restaurant? If it's butter chicken, you're not alone. This massively popular dish is a mainstay on menus across the globe, although different restaurants might put their own spin on this favourite. You might not think about the history of a dish while you're busy enjoying it, but butter chicken has a history as alluring as the dish itself. So how was your favourite Indian dish created? Read More 

Moving House? The 3 Food Outlets You’ll Need To Source In Your New Neighbourhood

Moving house can be an exciting yet stressful period of your life. Along with the packing, cleaning and physical moving of all of your worldly possessions, you also need to acclimate to an entirely new neighbourhood. After figuring out where the nearest supermarket is, working out the most time and cost-effective route to work and getting everything unpacked and put in its new place, there's another important task to complete. Read More 

Home-Cooked Chinese Vs. Eating At A Chinese Restaurant - 2 Differences To Expect

The opportunity to go and eat at a Chinese restaurant is a tasty treat indeed. You love to cook Chinese food at home for the family, but you've never had the chance to eat at a Chinese restaurant before, so you're wondering what sorts of differences you should expect to see. While the obvious difference is that someone else gets to do the cooking for a change, you will notice a couple of other changes between restaurant Chinese and what you make at home. Read More 

Taking Care of Your Cavity Filling: 3 Tips for Eating at Steak and Seafood Restaurants the Days After

After getting your cavities filled, most dentists recommend waiting 24 hours for the filling to completely cure before eating solid foods. Once the filling has completely cured, you might still experience some soreness and tooth sensitivity; however, you should still be able to enjoy dinners at a local steak and seafood restaurant. To prevent damaging the cavity fillings, here are 3 tips you should keep in mind at dinner. Avoid Ordering Entrees of Crustaceans with Hard Shells Read More 

4 Traditional Lu Cuisine Dishes You Must Try

Lu cuisine originates in the province of Shandong, and as the province is on the coast, seafood is often used in traditional dishes. Squid, scallops and prawns are popular, but flavourful soups and fresh vegetables are also found in abundance throughout the region. Soups are served with a local porridge known as congee or steamed bread made with millet or barley. Commonly used vegetables include aubergines, mushrooms and cabbage, and if you're not a fan of seafood, you'll be glad to know chicken and pork are also used in traditional Lu cooking. Read More