Crema Helen Yuet Ling Pang
foodieguide The kitchen of Din Tai Fung (CBD, Beijing), full of masked chefs preparing the dumplings we all love so much... 18h

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foodieguide The most amazing fresh buns on sale at Tuanjiehu market in Beijing where I lived for a year in 1996. Revisited in 2008. 3d

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foodieguide Beautiful Old Cotswold Legbar free range eggs from Clarence Court. Love the pastel blue colour... 7d

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foodieguide One of the most memorable meals, knife-cut noodles. The chef was so fast that the knife is just a blur. Beijing 2008 1w

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Juno Helen Yuet Ling Pang
foodieguide As always, the flowers at Liberty London are looking amazing! 1w

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foodieguide A little peace and quiet in the park next to the chaos of the Forbidden City, Beijing. Memory Lane 2008... 2w

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foodieguide Dried fish and seafood on the streets of Macau, another trip down memory lane, October 2008 2w

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foodieguide Lap cheong (Chinese dried sausage) in Chinatown, San Jose, Costa Rica. Really good quality (they do good roast duck too). Going down memory lane, 2007... 2w

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foodieguide Passion fruit macarons from recent lunch at Portland restaurant, London. Nice touch that came with the bill. 2w

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Ludwig Helen Yuet Ling Pang
foodieguide Deliciously fresh Cornish monkfish, Portland restaurant, London. Loved the ambience too... 3w

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foodieguide It's not the bread that's amazing but the hay-smoked butter with shavings of cured oxheart, Portland Restaurant, London. I'm sure I heard correctly! 3w

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foodieguide When Benny was four months old, his ear tufts were already huge... 3w

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Ludwig Helen Yuet Ling Pang
foodieguide Ricotta & blueberry pancake for breakfast with a cup of Earl Grey. Delicious! 3w

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foodieguide Love the use of a wooden ladder in pretty urban garden of stepmother-in-law. 4w

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foodieguide Cherries from stepmother- in-law's garden. She's making cherry brandy! 4w

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foodieguide Helpful Molly, assisting with courgette harvesting from the garden. 4w

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foodieguide Longhorn rump, girolles and green bean salad. Nice lunch at Quo Vadis, Soho... 1mon

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foodieguide Back home, even though produced in Emilia Romagna and Lombardy, this doesn't quite taste the same as it does in Italy! 1mon

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foodieguide One last cannolo to end the Sicily trip! Sicilia in Tavola, Ortigia, Siracusa, Sicily. 1mon

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