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Pork bones ‘tea’, Malaysia Translated into English, bak kut teh hardly sounds the most appetising cure. Literally “pork bones tea”, it has nothing to do with a good old cuppa, but is actually another delicious, health-restoring Asian broth. Pork ribs are slow-braised in a clay pot for hours with a blend of weird and wonderful Chinese herbs and spices, from star anise, cinnamon, whole bulbs of garlic and ginseng to the invigorating radix astragali, a medicinal dried root. A huge bowl of the rich dark soup is accompanied by deep-fried tofu puffs and a thick, black soy dipping sauce with lethal chopped red chillies. Watch the locals and you’ll see most order a side-dish of pork liver and tripe, too. … [Read more...] about Anyone for ant tea? Hangover remedies from around the world
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With past films including underwhelming Rob Zombie gorefests and 1995’s Halloween 6, which gets 6% on the reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the sharp, contemporary flavour of the new Halloween does seem striking. There’s a focus on character and controlled suspense, plus shades of Get Out’s ironic humour. FrightFest director Alan Jones also flags Blumhouse’s financial nous: “Their canny business model of low budget and high talent meant it was always going to make money.” Budgeted at just $10m – a 10th of the cost of Venom – it proves that superhero numbers aren’t needed to turn a massive profit. … [Read more...] about Making a killing: what’s behind Halloween’s box-office success?