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Charred Char Siu Pork with Noodles

So I haven’t actually bought that many rubs in recent months. I have tried making my own with some success. However, now and again I do like to purchase a few rubs to inspire new cooks and try something I haven’t tried before. If I particularly like the rub I’ll probably buy it again. This time I purchased a few rubs from Angus & Oink. Today I am writing about a recent cook using the Char Siu Rub with pork tenderloin.

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Hokkei: Peking Duck Baos and Rice Noodle Salad

Recently, I had the great opportunity to try something new.  Hokkei.  A new twist on the traditional Chinese takeaway, Hokkei serves Hong Kong inspired food, utilising authentic ingredients and innovative cooking techniques in order to deliver the best dishes possible.

The chefs, Larking and Dale, were both in fact MasterChef competitors and through the show became good friends.  Armed with the know-how and passion for cooking, they decided to open a Chinese takeaway with a difference.  No “Untraceable and unethical ingredients, low quality, stodgy food and sloppy service”.  Surely their food must be brilliant right? Continue reading Hokkei: Peking Duck Baos and Rice Noodle Salad