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Weekly Chow

10.10.2014


As I'm sure you've noticed, it's been an incredibly significant two weeks in Hong Kong. The topics of universal suffrage, student protestors, and how Mainland China will react to the recent events have taken over general topics of discussion, and rightly so, as this is likely to be a significant turning point for the city. We are all waiting with baited breath for the resolution of these demonstrations, but in the meantime, here are some light reads to tuck into. Have a good weekend, and to my Hong Kong readers - stay safe out there.

Dominique Ansel's fiendish cronut recipe has been released. Will you try it out?  (ABC News)

Go behind the scenes and check out these bloggers' food photography set ups! (Handle the Heat)

As we come to the end of another stellar season of the Great British Bake Off, check out some Great British artisan bakers to support... (Great British Chefs)

Behold: the world's most expensive burger, with edible gold, Kobe beef and more! (Telegraph)

How do you make your tea? Do you put the hot water in first, or the milk? Surprisingly, science is on the side of milk first... (Guardian)

A fascinating look at 72 ways that food can change the world #longread (Eater)

P.S. In love with these creative food and cooking illustrations in new cookbook Plenty More. 

2 comments:

Amy Kitch said...

have you tried to make a cronut yet?

Valerie said...

I'm afraid that recipe is well beyond my culinary skills at this moment, Amy! It's the dream though...

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