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Heat-stricken French wine harvests sound climate alarm

If you want to know more about global warming, look to your favourite Beaujolais. Data on grape harvests in the famed French wine region...

Bill on soft drink health warning hits snag in California

A BILL in California that would require soft drinks to have health warning labels failed to clear a key committee on Tuesday (June 17).   Under...

Restaurant Review: Trishna (4 stars)

WHEN Mumbai's best seafood restaurant opens a branch in London, the expectations are naturally high. And Trishna, which boasts an authen-tic flavour of the...

Indians put more meat on the menu

INDIANS are consuming more meat than ever before despite a strong culture of vegetarianism and a religious taboo about consuming beef, as diets change...

Asia’s largest wine fair kicks off in Hong Kong

ASIA’S largest wine fair kicked off in Hong Kong today, attracting nearly 1,000 wine producers from around the world as the southern Chinese city...

Bat meat still popular in parts of Indonesia, despite coronavirus fears

Bat meat is still popular in some parts of Indonesia, despite research suggesting the coronavirus spreading from China might have originated in bats before...

Colombia, Nespresso to help farmers swap coca for coffee

A charitable initiative will help farmers in Colombia's southwestern mountains trade nearly 400 hectares of coca, the base ingredient in cocaine, for coffee, the...

South Africa’s sacred salt spices up top cuisines

With a sleek swish of his knife, Germaine Esau, the head chef at Cape Town's award-winning Myoga restaurant, slices open a freshly caught tuna,...

Young chefs aim to be ingredient of Myanmar success

AS MYANMAR opens up to the world, one cooking school is giving wannabe chefs a chance to shine in the bustling kitchens of Yangon...

Restaurant Review: Lahore Karahi

IN THESE gloomy economic times, diners are looking for feel-good food that is reasonably-priced and friendly service to lift their spirits. Lahore Karahi...