Monthly Archive: April 2016

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Puto Pao

Puto pao is a type of steamed mini buns made out of rice and/or all-purpose flour filled with seasoned pork then topped with salted duck eggs, think of it as a cross between siopao...

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Briam

If the French have the Ratatouille, the Italians have the Caponata, the Spanish have the Pisto then the Greeks have this, the Briam. Briám (some call it Briami) is traditional Greek dish of oven...

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Nakhon Thai (North Shore City, New Zealand)

I went here quite some time ago and was happy that now Thai is represented in the Link drive area of North Shore. Before there where Japanese, Vietnamese, Indian, Malaysian and now there is...

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Bistek Tagalog

A while back I posted Bistek Tagalog but this sparked an outrage with some mad trollers as I used pork instead of beef, in my defense I grew up with that type of bistek...

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Kutsinta

Kutsinta or kuchinta is an orange brownish sticky jelly textured rice cake made from a mix of rice flour (sometimes mixed with all-purpose flour), sugar and lye water served with freshly grated coconuts. This...

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Banh Mi

Bánh mì is a generic term in Vietnam for all kinds of bread, its name was derived from the words bánh for bread and mì for wheat. It is also a term used widely...

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Squid with Olives and Butter Bean

One of the best things about squid is that it can be cooked really quick which means you can have a dish prepared in no time. This dish that I adapted from Jamie Oliver...