Who knew there could be so many variations of our most basic essential? Watsons Water’s rose and honey water is only the latest to join the ranks of the many flavoured waters on the market.
After you have enjoyed the meat from a chicken, it doesn't mean it's no longer useful. Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung shows how to use the leftover carcass to make a STOCK.
We're kicking things up a notch in our kitchen skills series and PICKING UP the big knives. Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung and our cadet Winnie demonstrates how to separate a entire chicken into eight pieces like you would find in the supermarket.
Lose 5 kilos in just a week! A new secret to weight loss! The diet celebrities are raving about! Every year, new fad diets emerge, promising miracles for weight loss and fitness. But how effective and healthy are they?
In the third video of our kitchen skills series, Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung and our cadet Sharon show how to dice up an onion SAFELY, quickly and efficiently.
On a baking hot day in Chai Wan, I learned what it's like to make your own breakfast and snacks from Dr Simon Wong, the founder and principal of the training centre, who's been studying the craft for more than 30 years.
Fresh herbs pull a recipe together better than dried ones, by infusing DISHES with lovely aromas and flavours. With the help of Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung, our cadet Winnie shows you how to prepare and use four of the most popular herbs.
Yummy treats at The Alchemist Cafe Bistro!
It's summer time, and you don't want to be stuck at home. It would be far more fun to meet your friends at a cool cafe, where you can chill out. But where to go if you don't want to hit the usual chains?
Welcome to our new video series on learning several basic kitchen skills! Getting a perfect swirl on your cupcake is vital so with the help of Towngas COOKING SCHOOL teacher Jodie Au, our cadet Sharon shows you how to create the much-beloved rose effect.
Since we're now accepting entries for this year's Dim Sum Young Talent Competition, we thought you might like to see what the CONTESTANTS went through last year.
You can learn to make shrimp dumplings
Young Post cares about what you eat, so we rounded up the city's best cooking classes for under HK$350