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The poon choi, as the Treasure Pot is also known, made easy with this simple recipe.
In TCM, the lung system is your body's first line of defence and tends to be ‘delicate'. Nourish it with the right herbs.
Red date and Chinese wolfberry are both sweet, which sweetens the flavour of the soup.
Delicious festive dish for the entire family to enjoy
Having fitful sleep and excessive heat? This recipe reduces heart fire and settles the mind.
Find out how you can stave off sweat with 2 house recipes
Gourmet heaven of bird's nest dessert with a refreshing citrus twist
Soups make great comfort food. Find out what are the different types goodness in some time-tested and well-known recipes.
These 7 TCM ingredients can add flavour, colour and health benefits to your recipes.
A simple recipe to add the herbal goodness of Bak Foong Pills to your dinner.
Do you know the facts and beliefs of Notoginseng's distinctive health benefits, especially for the blood and circulation?
Lingzhi is known for its benefit to calm the mind, find out how to use it in a recipe.
This kidney-nourishing recipe tends to be warm in properties and promote fluid circulation.
If you feel lethargic easily, try this simple fatigue-fighting recipe.
Learn how bird's nest can enrich your overall health.
If you're undergoing The Change, these dishes can alleviate your symptoms.
Running out of ideas to savour bird's nest? Whip up a tasty bird's nest gourmet with Chef Martin Foo's recipe.
Lemon juice balances the bitter & sweet, binding all the tastes for this refreshing dish.
Described to taste like sweet liquorice, Chinese Wolfberry has reached superfood status.
Cordyceps may be pricey, but that doesn't mean they are difficult to work with.
Caramel colouring has been linked to health issues, and is commonly used in many popular snacks and soft drinks.
Considering to try wild Cordyceps but not sure about how to cook it?
Looking for easy recipe to cook wild Cordyceps?
Attracted by the aroma of herbal egg every time you pass by our store? Follow these easy instructions to DIY!
Chuan Xiong and Chinese Angelica can improve blood circulation. The mutton soup base is suitable for people who are afraid of the cold.
Fresh Arugula Salad with Shrimp tossed with Tomatoes, Buckwheat and Black Sesame in a Ginger-Sesame and Lemon Dressing.
Put a spring in your step easy to prepare teas
A pairing list of fine wines which go perfectly with our favourite reunion dinner dishes.
Ginseng is excellent for improving stamina and general wellbeing.
Braised 'Dong Bo' Pork Belly with Lingzhi & Licorice Root. To avoid an excessively bitter dish, only add the herbs at the end.