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Cooking in India

Once a hotel chain knows it’s on to a good thing, they tend to feature it at most of their hotels. Aman resorts, a five star resort chain if ever there was one, saw the raising popularity in cookery as a...
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Cuisine of Malaysia

Dining in Malaysia is a truly gastronomical experience. Malaysian food is not one particular kind of food but a unique culinary spectrum originating from Malaysia's multi-ethnic population that has melded...
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Cooking in Hong King II

Never one to sit on its laurels, Hong Kong’s renowned 75 year old glamourous Peninsula Hotel has a Peninsula Academy. There are two types of classes which are available- a Private Culinary Experience with a...
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Cooking in Hong Kong

When I lived in Hong Kong, not far from my apartment in Pokfulam is the Chinese Cuisine Training Institute. From 10AM -2PM from Monday to Friday, the class includes a brief introduction to the history and...
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Cooking in Cambodia

One of my splendid travel memories was in Siem Reap (Cambodia). The classes begin in the pasa cha (old market) not too far from the astonishing Angkor Wat. We left Amansara at 7.30AM and once we reached the...
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Cooking in New Zealand

Not too long ago in Auckland New Zealand, I found myself spending the day with one of the most flamboyant, colourful and talented ladies. Peta Mathias is one the most noted TV cooking host, author and teacher...
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Spice Island Recipes

One of the great advantages of travel is trying out new cuisines. The Spice Island Beach Hotel in Grenada has one of the island's most prominent chefs and menus. Known as The Spice Island for good reason,...
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Cooking in Antigua II

Gwendolyn Maureen Tonge is an 84 year old Antiguan treasure. This lady is a treat. Not only is the Caribbean woman a Dame, knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a former Senator in Antigua’s parliament, a cook...