Author: Raymund

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Industry Zen (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

I heard good raves about this viaduct restaurant, its Instagram worthy photos are getting viral at least on this part of the globe, their presentation is quite up there if compared to other Japanese...

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Sinigang na Sinangag

When I first heard this Sinigang na Sinangag I was quite sceptical on whether the combination of Sinigang and Sinangag will work as they are two totally different dish where one is a soup...

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Kaldereta with Peanut Butter

I never tried adding peanut butter with my Kaldereta, it never even crossed my mind until one of my Filipino colleage asked me if I put peanut butter when I prepare one. That question...

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Queen Bean Espresso (Brisbane, Australia)

I never thought of combining pulled pork and eggs benedict together that is why when I first saw it here at Queen Bean Espresso on one of the breakfast mornings when I was in...

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Stir Fried Pork and Courgettes

Chinese cooking is like Chemistry, it looks complicated but in reality if you stick with two elements and finding the right combination then you’re all sorted. A lot of simple Chinese stir fry dishes...

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LR Sushi and Grill (Brisbane, Australia)

I have been here three times usualy to have a quick lunch if I visit our Brisbane office and I had discovered it by accident when I was strolling around one lunchtime looking for...

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Soft Tofu, Mince and Peas

Soft Tofu, Mince and Peas is a simple dish of tofu, minced meat, mushrooms and vegetables in a starchy egg gravy. I love ordering this dish back in those days when I was still...

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Copycat KC Turon

Honestly when I go to Philippines for a vacation Kanin Club is one of the first places that I will try, they brighten and give a new life to the traditional dishes I grew...

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Jojo’s on the Mall (Brisbane, Australia)

My flight was delayed for more than 3 hours from Sydney to Brisbane now I am hungry and stuck with a few options since it was already nearly 9:00 PM at night. I stayed...

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Binukadkad na Isda

Binukadkad na Isda is a Filipino dish prepared with butterflied fish fried to a very crispy state. I know frying is quite easy but frying fish like this is a different ball game on...