Food

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Making HK-style milk tea, which represents two cultures fusing into one, takes skill.
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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.
This dessert can be served hot or cold. Mix it up by replacing the sweetcorn with chopped bananas, taro or sweet potato.
Old local delicacies have already been consigned to the past by many, but this summer Greater China Club attempts to bring back the taste of old Hong Kong.
Yes, you can keep a muffin mixture in the fridge for six weeks, just not the one in this recipe. Once you’ve mastered the basics and found out where to buy buttermilk, the internet is full of six-week muffin recipes.
Serving up British and American favourites in Discovery Bay.