Try the world’s first fusion food – in the backstreets of Macau Mix Chinese flavours with ingredients from Portugal and spices from its colonies across three continents and you have a unique cuisine that dates back 450 years   🍲想一次品嘗亞洲街頭小吃?來百老匯美食街啦!極力推薦:椰汁雞麵和鮮蟹粥😋https://t.co/WtY78JOfDG👉🏼https://t.co/ksmX9ZbDh6#Macaufood #streetfood pic.twitter.com/pjx2X4oKsZ — Macau.com (@MacauCom) August 1, 2017 Macau attracts some 30 million visitors a…

Why Momofuku Dropped Off Our 100 Very Best Restaurants List And other surprising additions and subtractions. Back when David Chang opened Momofuku CCDC, the City Center location of his ground-breaking New York noodle house, we had high hopes that the menu wouldn’t always read like the roster of greatest hits it largely was in the…

Formulating condiments for millennials and Gen-Z CHICAGO — Millennials and Gen Z only know life in a “foodie” culture. They grew up thinking it’s the norm to photograph and post a picture of their food before eating it. They review on-line menus — this is even true of some teenagers — before deciding on a…

22 Seriously Spicy Recipes: Can You Handle the Heat? Spicy Tuna Poke Chef Eddie Brik in Los Angeles is a well-respected personal chef to Hollywood’s A-List. He said spicy tuna poke is just the right blend of spicy, yet cool for the summer. Ingredients:     1 pound ahi sushi-grade tuna     1 teaspoon salt    …

Chipotle’s queso, seemingly 24 years in the making, has finally been released nationwide and frequenters of the Mexican chain seem almost universally underwhelmed by the “crime against cheese.” The massive conduit of burrito and other white-washed eats from south of the border traditionally has a solid take on all things Mexican food. The guacamole is…

Traveling to New Mexico for the Perfect Pepper Wine snobs often speak of the terroir of French vineyards — that ineffable combination of soil and climate that produces singularly outstanding grapes. SOURCE: mensjournal.com Chili pepper connoisseurs say much the same about New Mexico, especially when rhapsodizing about the state’s Hatch green chilies, which are in…

Huy Fong, Maker of Sriracha, Faces Yet Another Legal Entanglement SOURCE: laweekly.com Huy Fong Foods, the L.A. County–based maker of the most popular and recognizable sriracha on the planet, has been battling the city of Irwindale over nuisance complaints and business fees since 2013. The company has recently entered into another lawsuit: this time, against…