Ang Sarap (A Tagalog word for "It's Delicious") Blog

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Steak Diane

Steak Diane is a dish made from Pan fried beef steaks served with flambéed pan juices. It is named after the Roman goddess of the hunt “Diana” and has been used for various game-related...

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Spacca Alberta (Lucua Mall, Osaka, Japan)

If there is one thing to hate in Japan it has to be dining in busy places because you have to queue for quite a while before you can eat. In New Zealand this...

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Sinigang sa Pakwan

Sinigang is a Filipino sour soup dish prepared with tamarind then with meats like pork, beef, chicken, fish and prawns, they also prepared with different vegetables like kangkong, taro, radish, string beans, okra, green...

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Ribollita

Ribollita is a very famous Tuscan soup made with leftover bread and mixed vegetables like cannellini beans, kale, carrots, tomatoes and onion to name some. Then name when translated it means “reboiled” and it...

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National Meatball Day

On this day March 9th we recognize one of the great American food holidays, the National Meatball Day. To celebrate this day we will be posting a round up today of different meatballs you...

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Potato Skins

Potato skins is a dish popular in America meant to be eaten as a snack or appetizer. Commonly this dish is made of unpeeled potato halves, hollowed and filled with crispy bacon bits, grated...

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Grilled Pork with Peach Salsa

Last days of summer here New Zealand and we are just making the most of it, there are many ways to enjoy these last days like going to the beach, drinking ice cold beer...

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Kushiyaki

Kushiyaki and Yakitori what’s the difference? Kushiyaki is a word that is used as a generic name for grilled and skewered meats regardless whether it is poultry or not, vegetable or meat. Yakitori on...

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Airline Food – Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand might not be rated as 5-star by SKYTRAX but it definitely is one of the best economy class I ever tried, if its compared to cars you can call it fully...