Category Archives: Ginger

Deh-Ta Hsiung – The Quiet Revolutionary

When Deh-Ta Hsiung walked down the gangway of the P&O  SS ‘Corfu’ and came ashore at Tilbury on Boxing Day in 1949, he was young man arriving in the right place at the right time. He was just 17 and that time … Continue reading

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Ginger’s Magic

Fish is only fresh when it doesn’t smell of fish. Who said that? The Chinese and Japanese. Ginger masks ‘Marine tang’ say the Burmese. Ginger is magic. Continue reading

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