Located on Street 103 in Toul Tompong, a house with a sign at the front reading “Buck Hunger” looks just like a small local eatery serving breakfasts to hungry Cambodian from a house. The difference? The customers do not pay for their food.
Throwing away food that could still be eaten isn’t just a waste of money, it also costs precious resources, hurts the climate, threatens biodiversity and can contaminate our soil with microplastics.
YES, FILIPINO FOOD! I was curious about what “Lutong Pinoy” (Filipino food) tastes and if it’s similar to what we have here in Cambodia.
China will launch a nationwide inspection into the safety of industrial products.
Furious Venezuelans endure a fourth day of a nationwide blackout.
A sub-decree issued coined ‘great tourism zones’.
Officials are appealing to people to be wary of the food they consume after dozens of villagers in Prey Veng province were poisoned at a funeral reception in Preah Sdech district.
Britain’s Marks and Spencer and Ocado launch an online food joint venture.
One of the most heart-warming traditions surrounding Chinese New Year has to be the annual reunion dinner. Generations of Chinese everywhere take this opportunity to reaffirm family ties around the dining table which simply means a grand feast of a variety of mouth-watering dishes.
It may not put a meal on the table for furloughed federal employees, but some US museums and symphonies are supplying food for the mind in free admission for workers affected by the longest partial federal government shutdown in US history.
Britain appointed its first food waste chief reduce the millions of tonnes of food binned.
There are over a thousand restaurants and cafes in Phnom Penh – most of them offer great food and quality service – so I can’t blame you if you’re having a hard time choosing which place to go and what food to eat for lunch or dinner.
Loick Le Roux is like an architect when he designs a new dish and would spend his days fiddling with raw ingredients as he strives to continuously create one-of-a-kind specials.
Food, in general, is pretty amazing. It allows us to experiment with a multitude of flavours and experiences. Sometimes, just a bite of our favourite food may transport us back to a certain time or place.
Amazing value for money free-flow offers coupled with quality assortment of bakery goods, home-made gourmet products and generous à la carte menu is what Khéma is all about.
The country’s Consumer Price Index stood at 2.34 last year and rose to 2.98 this year.
Chinese police crack down on crimes relating to fake or poor-quality food and drugs.
Food safety is an issue in Cambodia. Due to high pressure from pests and plant diseases, vegetable producers are still predominantly relying on chemical pesticides.
Health Ministry issues guidelines on how to reduce food poisoning during Pchum Ben.
Up to 700,000 Kenyans are currently facing acute food insecurity.
The human mind is awesome. It is said that Albert Einstein used only 10 percent of the potential of his mind. Perhaps the 100 percent is there for us to create miracles.
As you drive or walk the streets of Cambodia, regardless of how you call it, you’ll be tempted to try some of the appetizing roadside moving food vendors with lots and lots of options to choose from.
Waking up early in the morning rushing to school, stressing over homework and assignment, and feeling the pressure of midterms, quizzes, and finals are typical college students’ struggle and state of mind.
A new partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations seeks to enhance the quality of local meat.
Curran Hendry, with a background in development consulting, is a strong believer in the transformative power of sustainable social enterprises.
Agriculture Minister calls for greater oversight on food production in the country.
It’s easy to develop bad eating habits. With a busy schedule each day, many people in Cambodia unconsciously pick up a variety of bad eating habits.
Britain’s prolonged heatwave will impact food supplies later this year and would exacerbate any disruption caused by a hard Brexit.
So, I think it is time to discuss the dog meat trade in Cambodia. For most of us, Westerners, is it absolutely unthinkable to dissect the dog and serve its meat to our guests during a dinner party.
Lee Hyuk, secretary general of the Asean-Korea Center, sits down with Khmer Times’ Chea Vannak to discuss business and diplomatic ties between South Korea and Cambodia.