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With a culinary career that spans over a decade, chef Luis Chikiamco has traveled and savored the world, so to speak.

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'Back then, art materials were a bit costly. I couldn't always afford to buy expensive watercolor brands, so I started to explore with improvised materials like coffee. I enjoyed making these art pieces even late at night because of the smell of coffee that invigorated me — the aroma filled my  entire room,' says food artist Mel Aguinaldo.
British Ambassador Asif Ahmad first experienced Quorn when he was a student in England. "That was way back when I was younger," he says. "It was a cheap alternative to meat."
Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong offers a beautifully bound commemorative publication, video clips and a cultural heritage package, available until June 30, with a three- to four-hour guided walking tour to see and feel the living cultural history.
An ice-cold Suntory Premium beer on a hot night is as delicious as Lee Ritenour's guitar intro in Dolphin Dreams, frothing up out of the silence.
It is one of the most globally searched premium desserts.
Some of the world's best chefs, culinary students and gourmands recently gathered to network and to check out the latest food industry trends at the recently concluded 21st World Gourmet Summit in Singapore.
If you are visiting Malaysia and is not into Malay cuisine, one restaurant offers authentic Sichuan (Szechuan) and Cantonese food in its capital city.
The chefs of the world have spoken: Filipino chefs Gene Gonzalez and Antonio "Tony Boy" Escalante have been voted as finalists in the 21st World Gourmet Summit Awards of Excellence held in Singapore last week.
Celebrity Chef Gene Gonzalez of Café Ysabel in Manila and Chef Antonio "Tony Boy" Escalante of Antonio's in Tagaytay were both nominated as finalists for the award Asian Cuisine Chef of the Year (Regional).
It was the sweetest and coolest Sunday ever as Filipinos from all over the Philippines enjoyed servings of their favorite summer dessert, the halo-halo, on March 19.