Here are some highlights on The Straits Times' food website ST Food - straitstimesfood.com.
PABLO CHEESE TARTS HERE SOON
Popular Japanese cheese-tart chain Pablo will open its first Singapore outlet in Wisma Atria early next month.
It will offer three flavours: Original ($15), Matcha with shiratama mochi and azuki beans ($18) and Chocolate ($18).
Read more about Pablo cheese tarts: http://str.sg/4DC8
VIDEO: LONGEST MEXICAN SANDWICH
Last week, chefs in Mexico City assembled a 67m-long torta sandwich, which weighed 820kg.
It was made with more than 60 ingredients, including cold cuts, pickles and hundreds of litres of mayonnaise.
Watch a video of the Mexican sandwich: http://str.sg/4z4t
RECIPES TO TRY
For a cold, non-dairy treat, take a stab at this recipe for vegan ice cream from The New York Times.
It calls for a base of cashew nut milk, coconut milk and corn or agave syrup. The flavour possibilities thereafter are limited only by one's imagination.
Learn how to make vegan ice cream: http://str.sg/4DyK
On the savoury front, try The Washington Post's recipe for grilled pork cutlets, drizzled with a coriander and peanut pesto. The pesto is made with peanut oil and toasted sesame oil, which add body and accentuate its nutty flavour.
Get the pork recipe: http://str.sg/4DyH
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