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Tongue-Thai’ed!: The 3 most ludicrous things said in Thailand this week

By Fri, Oct 03, 2014 7:41AM UTC Comments Off Pic: AP.

This is part XXV, XXVI and XXVII of “Tongue-Thai’ed!”, an ongoing series where we collect the most baffling, ridiculous, confusing, outrageous and appalling quotes from Thai politicians and other public figures. Check out all past entries here. It’s been a while since this section has graced this blog and while the past couple of months were not lacking...

Too hot for Thai Army canteen – Pad Kaprao

By Sun, Sep 29, 2013 2:01PM UTC Comments Off Source:

By Kaewmala Two curious incidents happened in two separate canteens in Bangkok earlier this week. Who would have thought that ordinary canteens could be such a happening place, and that there are things “too hot” for Thai canteens. This article examines the first incident which might have ramifications of national importance. Hot basil fried rice...

Abertay’s Food Innovators help develop some Extraordinary Sausages

By Wed, Aug 07, 2013 9:49PM UTC 1 Comment Abertay’s Food Innovators help develop some Extraordinary Sausages

The Food Innovation team at Abertay University has helped develop a range of new, lower-fat sausages with reduced salt content for The Extraordinary Sausage Company. Renowned for its distinctive flavours, The Extraordinary Sausage Company (ESC) was founded by Cameron Skinner – third generation owner of T&R Skinner, a family butchers based in the village of...

Abertay launches new course to fill food industry’s critical skills shortage

By Tue, Jul 30, 2013 11:30PM UTC Comments Off Abertay launches new course to fill food industry’s critical skills shortage

A new course is to be launched at Abertay University, in direct response to the critical skills shortage currently faced by the food and drink industry. Food and drink is Scotland’s largest manufacturing sector, worth £9.5 billion per year to the Scottish economy. New figures show that food and drink exports were up 3.3 per...

The Masterchef experience for Indonesian students

By Mon, Mar 25, 2013 10:11PM UTC Comments Off

Today, in the first event of its kind, Masterchef Indonesia judge Rinrin Marinka and Le Cordon Bleu Chef, Franck Bruwier will give Indonesian students a taste of what it would be like to become a professional chef.

Aspiring chefs from across Indonesia have been invited to test their cooking skills alongside these professional chefs, as well as hear from a number of industry experts who can help them further their culinary careers.

According to Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia – Sunway General Manager, Ming Ho: “We are so pleased Rinrin and Chef Bruwier are able to be...

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