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Marrakech, an exotic spice of culinary life - Taste in China
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Marrakech, an exotic spice of culinary life

Moroccan cuisine owes much of its richness to the mix of culture that has existed in the kingdom for centuries.


Hand mixers boom hits the nation - Taste in China
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Hand mixers boom hits the nation

COVID-19 has given people their longest Chinese New Year holiday, and the long, yet boring, break has proved one thing – people want to bake when there's too much time to kill.
Serving up an authentic taste of Singapore - Taste in China
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Serving up an authentic taste of Singapore

Bak Kut Teh (peppery pork rib soup) is one of the few quintessentially Singaporean dishes that has remained a firm local favorite through generations. 
So you think you know noodles? - Taste in China
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So you think you know noodles?

One low-calorie variety of noodle is even ideal for anyone wanting to lose weight after the holiday. 
Michelin stars for restaurant's Taizhou cuisine focus - Taste in China
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Michelin stars for restaurant's Taizhou cuisine focus

In the Michelin Guide's first edition for Beijing, Xin Rong Ji was the only restaurant to be awarded three stars – and you can see why. 
Restaurants find ways to adapt to outbreak - Taste in China
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Restaurants find ways to adapt to outbreak

The food and beverage sector has been particularly hard hit by the ongoing epidemic. Many have remained closed, but some are coping with new safety protocols and procedures.
You Can Cook, Too: Steamed pork with rice crumble - Taste in China
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You Can Cook, Too: Steamed pork with rice crumble

Steamed pork ribs are always good, but have you tried them with rice flour crumble? Now you can make it yourself!
You Can Cook, Too: Chinese egg dumplings - Taste in China
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You Can Cook, Too: Chinese egg dumplings

The Chinese New Year celebrations are upon us, so it's time to learn how to make some famous Spring Festival treats. 
You Can Cook, Too: Hand-pulled noodles from the north - Taste in China
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You Can Cook, Too: Hand-pulled noodles from the north

They say those in the north of China prefer noodles, and those in the south love rice. But now everyone can enjoy fresh, hand-pulled noodles made right in one's own kitchen!
Snacks will keep your guests happy - Taste in China
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Snacks will keep your guests happy

Chinese Lunar New Year is a time of traditional family values, emphasizing reunions, harmony and prosperity. 
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