Saturday, September 5, 2009

Hong Kong Food (Engl)

Hong Kong Food & Wine Year (2009)

A spectacular gathering of wine, food, music and fun. This is a festive, upscale event showcasing wines from national and international wineries paired with food from local restaurants and featuring culinary personalities.

Yung Kee's got your Goose (Engl)

A look at the family history of HK's premier food attraction and an inside peek at the goose preperation.

Dim sum: a Cantonese tradition (Engl)

Hong Kong Eats talks to a local chef who has been preparing dim sum since he was 15. Chef Tang Leung Hung demonstrates how to make the perfect char siu bau (barbecued pork buns) and har gau (prawn dumplings).

Have You Eaten Yet? (Engl)

Roast Pork (Engl)

This familiar Hong Kong greeting is your introduction to the Culinary Capital of Asia and its vast choice of Chinese, Asian and international cuisine available in more than 10,000 restaurants ranging from high-end fine dining to fun alfresco and street stall delights.

Hong Kong Street Food (Engl)

Hong Kong Eats (Engl)

Here's the list of restaurants in the order they appear in the video: Chao Inn for dim sum, Mak's Noodle, Sing Heung Yuen for tomato based noodle soup, Kau Kee for beef noodles, Po Po Gourment for hot pot, Fat Kee Seafood Restaurant, Yue Kee Roast Goose Restaurant, Macau Restaurant for egg tart, Yee Shun Milk Company for milk custard.

Join me as I sample some of the best and most interesting food Hong Kong has to offer!

Sam the Cooking Guy - 7 days in Hong Kong (Engl)

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