Sabrina Ng

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How to uncover closed-door restaurants when travelling

It’s like a dinner party with strangers. Closed-door restaurants, also known as underground restaurants or supper clubs, are private eateries tucked away in a chef’s home. And though they’re not widely advertised, they are often some of the most sought-after tables in town.<p>For travellers, these …

The new baker: cardamom cinnamon buns

These cinnamon buns have a kick of cardamom and a smooth buttermilk and cream-cheese glaze.<p><i>Makes 12 buns</i><p>4 tsp active dried yeast<br>1 whole egg, plus 4 yolks<br>55g (1¾oz) caster sugar<br>85g (3oz) unsalted butter, melted<br>180ml (6fl oz) buttermilk<br>550g (1lb 3oz) plain flour<br>1 tbsp ground cardamom<br>100g (3½oz) …

11 Habits That Exude Success

Success is all about being noticed. You get noticed by showing the goods.<p>By adopting the following habits, you'll televise your qualities to the world (discreetly, of course).<p>Just watch how people react to you.

Innocent squeezes record profit out of 2012

Innocent, the smoothie company controlled by Coca-Cola, has posted record profit and revenues in 2012.<p>Drinks and ready meal maker Innocent had a record year last year, turning over £196.4m up from £150.8m the year before. Profits are up almost 200pc to £12m.<p>Innocent has seen significant …

Jolly kitchen suppers aren’t as casual as you’d think

Owners of the smartest new homes might regret no longer having a dining room<p>Back in the 1980s, when my generation first tasted the joys of independent adulthood, we would have dinner parties. No matter how poor or unemployed, we expected to dress up, have three courses and make conversation with …

Have iPhones really "destroyed" young people's drive to work?

According to Will Davies, founder of property maintenance company Aspect.co.uk, iPhones have caused young people to lose motivation for working.<p>“The …

Prenatal Development

Hideaway with the latest Gingerline secret dining experience – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

Posted at 8:00 am, September 30, 2013 in Food & Drink, Secret London<p>Generally speaking, there are two kinds of people: the planners, and the …

10 Hot Execs In Line To Be CEO

Behind every successful leader is an executive team of select aides working around the clock to make them and the company look good.<p>Inspired by our latest list of the Sexiest CEOs Alive , we took a look at some hot CEOs-in-waiting who are rising stars of the business world. It's not all about …

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Why Women Leaders Face A 'Beauty Paradox'

But for career-driven women, beauty is a no-win situation: The public wants you to be attractive, but, at the same time, not so beautiful that it's distracting.<p>This is the "beauty paradox" that women leaders face. They know that beauty matters, but are unsure of how much attention they should pay …

Women Leaders

Vanilla, spelt and oat pancakes with honey-baked plums recipe

Perfect at any time of day – Scandinavian-style spelt pancakes topped with ruby roasted plums.<p>We love pancakes at any time of the day in Scandinavia, and adding spelt flour and oat bran gives them a pleasing nuttiness.<p><i>Serves four</i><p>400g (14oz) plums<br>50g (1¾oz) unsalted butter<br>½ tsp cinnamon<br>2½ tsp …

Finally, Michelin shows signs of good taste

The Guide has realised that eating out should be a joyful experience, not a quasi-religious rite<p>The long and winding road of human existence is peppered with the staging posts of wistfulness… those poignant little signposts which, by robbing you of what had seemed a reassuring certainty, somehow …

In the bowl: Nigel Slater's prawn, lemongrass and coconut recipe

Food in a bowl is the ultimate comfort food. Try this mix of prawn, lemongrass and coconut for an uplifting meal.<p>There is something right about food in a bowl. The hot liquor on your spoon; the warmth of the bowl in your hands; the final scraping of spoon against china – they enable us to feel …

Inside the secret world of Michelin restaurant inspectors

As a new edition of the all-powerful Michelin Guide is published, Neil Tweedie reveals the agony and the ecstasy of winning – or losing – a coveted star.<p>You would be unlikely to spot one. They try not to make frequent repeat visits to minimise the chance of recognition, and often dine in pairs, …