Food

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Traditional Chinese doctors say that a body is made up of yin and yang energies, and that summer can bring out too much yang (or heat) in all of us. Counter that imbalance in your body with these seven different foods.
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Next time you have people over, forget the boring crisps and candy. You can dazzle your guests with your master-chef skills by whipping up one of these tasty snacks. They don’t take too long to prepare, and they’re so delicious that your friends won’t believe that they were so easy to make!
Make the most of that slow cooker with dishes like these that take minutes to throw together and cook while you're in class
If you're worried about how you're going to feed yourself once you leave home, here are some simple ideas that you can make if you only have space for one appliance
We find Hong Kong’s hottest eats ‘n’ treats.
We’re pretty brave eaters at Young Post, but every now and then we try something that makes us say: ‘No more! Never again!’ Here are the weirdest foods Team YP has tried.
Situated right on the waterfront, you can either choose one of the tables on the sand itself, one of the tables on the outdoor, sheltered terrace, or, if it’s really hot, retreat inside to the air con.
Going veggie doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the nutrients and vitamins you can find in meat.
Feeling hot and hungry? We have the cure! Here are five recipes that you can make at home to bring a little more yum to your summer, without breaking a sweat.
Let’s face it: Starbuck’s frappuccinos can get boring. Wouldn’t it be nice to have something closer to home? That you can make at home?
In our super hot summer, Young Post knows you would much rather be eating than frying your skin.