Asian style sea bass

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Naturally Chinese Sea Bass

This meaty fish has always carried an elegance to any table. Its taste is subtle. It’s not an oily fish so the taste is never overpowering. Sea bass is mostly an ocean fish but can also be found in rivers during summer. In Europe we have two main kinds –the Atlantic and the Mediterranean kind. In other parts of the … Read More

A connection with nature

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The leaves continue to turn a warm shade of pink, to a deeper red. There are also the golden leaves that hang like large coins gracefully from the trees. The beauty in nature is abundant and never short of inspiring. Just as a connection with nature is vital for our well being, so also is our connection with natural foods. … Read More

Pork Belly Claypot

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A popular Hong Kong style dish is the pork belly claypot. To some this may seem extravagant or even fit for a grand occasion, but this dish can be enjoyed on any regular weekday for lunch or dinner. What makes this dish so tempting is the marinade that absorbs into the meat. It’s a sauce that is made to perfection … Read More

A ‘feel good’ dinner

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Naturally Chinese Restaurant

Agreeably we live in a time where we can have any type of cuisine and any kind of food we want in a matter of minutes. With the variety that is available to us in this day and age, we may often face a situation where we have to think what meals to eat, if it’s going to make us … Read More

Complex simplicity

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lobster at Naturally Chinese

A Chinese proverb goes: “The more you eat, the less flavour; the less you eat, the more flavour.” In keeping with this old adage, I think of the complex simplicity in the art of Chinese cooking and the aesthetics that go into enjoying a meal. It may be thought that Chinese cooking is fast, easy to assemble and ready to … Read More