Here's what to look out for in The Straits Times' food website ST Food - straitstimesfood.com - this week.
AH YOKE'S FAVOURITE COKE
Coca-Cola adds a new sugar-free variant, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, to its suite of products this month.
The drink will replace Coca-Cola Zero. It is based on a new recipe and promises to taste "even more like the original Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola Classic)".
ST food critic and deputy Life editor Wong Ah Yoke and I had a taste of it earlier this week. We pit the new Coke Zero Sugar against the outgoing Coke Zero as well as the brand's mainstays - the Classic and Light versions.
Find out which is Mr Wong's favourite in this video taste test.
Coke Taste Test: http://str.sg/coketest
MOTHER'S DAY EATS
Mother's Day is next Sunday. If you haven't planned a celebration yet, ST Food has a list of 27 places where you can take your mum, wife, grandmother, aunt and/or sister for a meal.
The recommendations range from fine Chinese food to seafood buffets to Peranakan fare.
Mother's Day eats: http://str.sg/42rw
RECIPES TO TRY
Pitchers of refreshing cocktails are a great way to beat the heat.
Follow The Washington Post's recipes for five types of punch, including Swamp Water Punch, a tropical pineapple and green
Chartreuse punch; Ruby's Arms, a pink grapefruit-based drink spiked with either mezcal or gin; and The Little Figgy Went To
Kashmir, a fig and chai tea drink with bourbon or dark rum.
On the cooking front, try The New York Times' recipe for a luxurious French toast with lacy brown edges. The secret is to use white bread and add cream and extra egg yolk to the egg-milk mixture.
There are also recipes for baked salmon with tomatillos (use green tomatoes as a substitute) and drunken cockles with a spicy garlic dressing, plus a guide to creating your own spice blends at home.
Punch recipes: http://str.sg/42KV
French toast recipe: http://str.sg/42r3
Salmon recipe: http://str.sg/42En
Cockles recipe: http://str.sg/42aB
Spice blends recipe: http://str.sg/42as
ST Food features stories from ST and its sister newspapers, as well as regional and international publications. There are also videos and recipes.
Use the search function at the top of the page to find what you are craving, be it what to eat or what to cook.
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