Cooking with TCM - The Straits Times

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A decade ago, Eu Yan Sang general manager Joanna Wong wanted to push the idea that traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) could be used in everyday cooking. So in 2006, the TCM chain took part for the first time in the World Gourmet Summit, a food event with local and visiting chefs cooking special dinners here. via

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This week’s Cook of the Week is Tammie Simpson. Tammie is the mother of one biological child and five adopted children. Her children are Taylor, 23. Anikia, 16. Kendall, 6. Railyn, 6. Kendric, 5. and KaShae, 8. She has been teaching for 12 years and currently teaches at Sonoraville Elementary School. via

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