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For 47 years Cambodian speciality remains popular with Saigon foodies

It is a noodle dish that seems simple to make but has unexpected layers of complexity.

Cuisine Wat Damnak, Cambodia’s best restaurant: How Joannes Riviere transformed local cuisine

When he was growing up in France's Loire Valley, Christmas dinners at Joannes Riviere's place were a little unusual.

Phnom Penh Brings Southeast Asia to White River Junction

In May 2015, the Polka Dot Restaurant closed its doors after serving eggs and flapjacks for more than a half century in White River Junction.

How a Cambodian Refugee Started a Bushwick Coffee Empire and Communal Hub

Linda Thach went from one coffee shop to running multiple thriving businesses.

Cambodian chef helps home cooks master Southeast Asian cuisine

No need to consult the Moscone Center map to find Channy Laux’s booth at the recent Winter Fancy Food Show, a massive San Francisco trade showcase for 80,000 new and distinctive food products. You could smell your way there.

Bowl o Flames: Bridging the gap between Cambodian culture and ATL for one local...

At the Table ATL pops by Porterdale for a sit down with the chef.

The Cambodian who came home, bringing tasty Thai treats with him

When Tong Heng’s mother passed away, so distraught was the young man from Preah Sihanouk province that he decided to drop out of school, leave his home and venture to Thailand to work in a restaurant.

Top five restaurants in Kampot, Cambodia’s first foodie destination

Since the 13th century, Kampot, a southern Cambodian province in the foothills of the Elephant Mountains, has been known for the cultivation of the...

A South Bay Noodle Soup Restaurant Puts a Cambodian Touch on Pho

Nouilles of 3rds draws on Cambodian cooking traditions in Lomita.

Our favorite new restaurants of the year

It has been a pivotal year for both the restaurant industry and the journalists who cover it. While dozens of high-profile investigations uncovered harassment, wage theft and other abuse in the food world, American restaurant criticism also took a notable shift.

Rotting fish odor — What’s not to love about this spicy Cambodian paste?

With a pungent odor of fish left rotting for months, what’s not to love?

New Cambodian Food Festival aims to highlight Cambodian food and culture this weekend in...

Richmond will get to experience a new festival this Saturday: the first Cambodian Food Festival.

What to eat in Siem Reap: 5 Cambodian dishes to try on your travels

Explore the local Khmer cuisine in the town that serves as the gateway to Angkor Wat.

Cambodians Facing Fear At Reptile Café

People can interact with snakes, scorpions and lizards at Phnom Penh’s first ever reptile-themed café.

‘Training a new generation of skilled and passionate Cambodian chefs’

Davin Mao loves to cook and make pastries. Now she’s making it her career. The 24-year-old Cambodian chef sat down with Southeast Asia Globe on the last day of classes of her third semester at the Academy of Culinary Arts Cambodia, in Phnom Penh.

Behind the Scenes of a Cambodian Pepper Farm

You know about salt, but what do you know about pepper?

Ministry bans poultry import from Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia

Following outbreak of bird flu in Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia, the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries has banned the import of poultry and poultry products from the three countries.

Why a dog meat seller switched to serving vegan menu, and Cambodia’s fight to...

Eating dog meat is popular in Buddhist Cambodia, but animal rights activists are trying to change this. One couple was persuaded to drastically change their business.

A Cambodian Refugee Cooks From Memory at Nyum Bai

Since opening the restaurant in Oakland, Calif., in February, Nite Yun has followed Khmer cooking traditions that war and genocide nearly wiped out.

Disease, disgust and dollars: Growing demand for dog meat in Cambodia

The dog meat trade is on the rise in Cambodia with more restaurants serving a growing demand for the controversial food. Despite progress in halting the industry in other parts of Asia, activists in Phnom Penh are puzzled by the phenomenon.

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Negotiations to continue for next year’s minimum wage

Negotiations for next year’s minimum wage will continue this week as the parties work to reach an agreement that will impact about 800,000 workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries, the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training said on Thursday.