Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Food

Seeking Authentic Cambodian Food? West End’s Kamp Fire Has Your Fix

This past week on the edge of the West End, Dallas got a new restaurant specializing 100 percent in Cambodian food.

Al’s Tacos a SoCal favourite freshly made from scratch in Cambodia

Al's Tacos, the popular blue and yellow colour-schemed eatery on Boeung Keng Kang 1’s Street 278, serves as a beacon calling passersby to drop in for a taste of SoCal – Southern California.

Delectable, homemade Burmese cuisine a rare treat in Phnom Penh

Irrawaddy, Phnom Penh’s lone Burmese restaurant, is a feast for the senses that locals may not be familiar with.

Rats a cheap street snack in Cambodia

As he tears off a leg of a charcoal-grilled rat at a roadside stall in western Cambodia, Yit Sarin hails the simple joy of rodent and rice washed down with beer.

Sharing food in pursuit of the American dream

For Dilsa Lugo, cooking is all about the corn. It reminds her of Mexico and remains a prominent ingredient at her Berkeley restaurant, Los Cilantros.

Chef Mission 2 – Cambodia

MasterChef Winner Zander Ng braves bumpy roads to meet Singaporean Chua Bee Ngoh, the 66-year-old founder of the non-profit organization, Love Cambodia, which has been changing lives in Cambodia’s Prey Veng province.

Flavours of Mekong Delta

More than 2,000 years before the birth of Christ, intrepid Indian traders had braved the sea to reach distant shores in Southeast Asia.

Cambodian chefs win gold in Best Asian Gourmet Challenge

Led by a police car and a chai yam band playing traditional music, 27 chefs made up part of a long procession of vehicles driving through Siem Reap town, with national flags waving and participants proudly showing off their medals as they made a triumphant return home.

Cambodian Cuisine Delights Harborites with Narn’s Rice and Noodle in Hoquiam

For Narn and Janae Chhith, the opening of their restaurant Narn’s Rice and Noodle in Hoquiam is not only a dream come true, but feels like it was destined to be for the Aberdeen couple.

Baking news! The BEST meat pie in Australia has been named after a taste...

Australia's best pie has been named after 12 hungry judges tasted 1,700 pastries .

Award winning taste: Cambodian refugee wowing US with sauces 

A Cambodian refugee who fled the Pol Pot regime to the US has formulated a recipe for kroeung (lemongrass paste) that has won two awards in her adopted home.

The restauranteur keen to share Mongolian food with compatriots

Despite both being Asian nations located in the Far East, there is little cultural overlap between Cambodia and Mongolia.

6 of the best Cambodian street foods

The tastiest things to try in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

The ‘MasterChef’ selling papaya salad from his modest eatery

With its modest surroundings and dozen or so red plastic tables, restaurant Bong Rith Bok Lahong Piseh behind Phnom Penh’s Chhouk Meas Market may not stand out at first glance. But this humble eatery has attracted many customers for two reasons; the food’s great taste and its friendly chef who found fame on competitive cooking reality television show MasterChef Khmer.

A kick of Kampot pepper

Cambodian cuisine is often overlooked internationally, but there is one unique Cambodian flavor leaving its mark around the world – Kampot pepper.

Neighbors hope to save Cambodian restaurant in Tacoma

A small business owner has struggled as the Tacoma area has boomed. Now he may have to leave his space at the end of the month.

My Cambodia Review

Tomatoes are gone. Basil has bolted. Quinces and chestnuts are clamouring.

Gordon Ramsay Goes Tarantula Hunting In Cambodia

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will star in yet another TV show.

The halal restaurant serving up culinary delights in Siem Reap

In Siem Reap, sitting close to the main entrance of Angkor Wat – originally a Hindu monument upon its construction – in a Buddhist majority community, is the Angkor Halal Restaurant, serving culinary delights for Muslim tourists visiting one of the great wonders of the world.

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Media urged to publicise road traffic, drugs issues

The Ministry of Information has urged all media outlets to disseminate educational messages on drug and traffic issues during the Pchum Ben festival from September 14-29.