Monthly Archive: July 2017

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Copycat Jollibee Garlic Pepper Beef

Filipinos like gravy, in fact if we can drink them we will! In the Philippines if you see fried chicken, steaks or even burger patty served on rice automatically they are served with a...

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Pianono

Pianono or pionono is a type of sponge cake rolled into a cylinder similar to jelly roll cake, what sets it apart from other roll cakes is that pianono are smaller in size and...

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Harimgak (North Shore City, New Zealand)

Korean food is almost synonymous to table top gas-powered barbecue grills, it might be good in some ways but it takes the limelight leaving other Korean dishes in the dark. There are many great...

3

Bas-Uy

Philippines consist of 7,600+ islands and each island is quite different to each other with 175 dialects at least 183 Ethnic Groups, I think this is one of the most diverse countries in the...

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Popped (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

Looking for a different kind of popcorn which is not your average cinema style buttered or sweetened style? Well look no further Auckland has it now and it can be found in K’Road. Popcorn...

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Beef Doenjang Jjigae

Our recipe today is a Jjigae, a Korean communal dish typically made with meat, seafood, tofu and/or vegetables seasoned with Korean condiments like gochujang, doenjang, ganjang and/or saeujeot. This type of dishes is almost...

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Ube Mamon

Ube Mamon is a type of mini sponge cake made eggs and ube, a combination of two Filipino merienda favourites, the ube and mamon. Ube for those who does not know, is a type...

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Kalua Pig

If there is one feast food that is really easy to prepare but still looks festive then nothing can beat Kalua Pork / Kaula Pig as this just contains two ingredients with a very...

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Windmill and Co (Brisbane, Austalia)

In most airports worldwide after you have passed through security gates you will be presented with a plethora of shops and restaurants, some examples are Hong Kong International Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, Singapore Changi Airport...