This autumn try breaking your hot drink habits with something a little different. Swap one or two cups of your usual black tea or coffee each day for one of China’s favourites, and see how the added health benefits make you feel!
We're ready with the BBQ for the hot weather and glorious sunshine that summer brings. Here are two great recipes for the BBQ, that can always be cooked under the grill if it decides to drizzle!
Know your oyster sauce from your soy sauce?
It’s easy to get into the routine of cooking delicious Oriental food, once you’ve stocked your kitchen cupboards with the essentials. Check out our top recommendations below, with links to buy what you need from our online store.
The winner of the third Wing Yip ‘Young Chef of the Year 2015’ was chosen after 15 finalists battled it out ‘Masterchef’ style.
Gemma Field, from Selly Oak, won the coveted title in the Wing Yip Oriental Cookery Young Chef of the Year competition, which was launched to find an up-and-coming chef who has a real flair for Pan Asian flavours.
Travelling to China for Chinese New Year is a great way to observe traditional and local customs first hand as well as authentic celebrations such as fireworks and dragon dancing.
If you're not going travelling this year, why not serve up these Paper Wrapped Chicken parcels at a dinner party and impress your guests with a truly hands on feast. Provide finger bowls of warm water and lemon slices and paper napkins for messy fingers.
Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, starts on 19th February and lasts for around 23 days, ending on the 15th day of the following month.
Crispy duck is one of the most popular and irresistible Chinese dishes - you'll find it on the menu of almost every Chinese restaurant, but it's surprisingly easy to make at home. If you only cook one celebration dish this Chinese New Year then make it this one.
Want to add a bit more heat this Valentine's Day, then why not impress with these really Thai Fish Cakes, which can be made in advance and kept in the fridge until ready to cook!
There's a reason why chilli sauce is a favourite across the nation. When the weather changes we all love a foodie pick-me-up that's going to warm us through and flavour-filled chilli sauce does just that.
Chinese New Year celebrations are the most important of the year and last for up to fifteen days. Celebrations and traditions may vary across the world but the wishes for the Chinese tend to be the same; they want their family and friends to be healthy and lucky in the forthcoming year.
Michael Wong, Director and Store Manager, of our Croydon Branch.