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

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Paklay

In Philippines there are no animal innards left uneaten from heart, lungs, stomach and even blood there are many ways to cook them. I know they sound gross but if you eat processed meats...

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Lumpiang Gulay

Lumpiang Gulay is a type of spring roll filled with vegetables such as cabbages, carrots and green beans usually dipped in spicy vinegar. This is a popular dish back home in the Philippines in...

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Airline Food – Emirates

I had my fair share of travel and I have been flying for work and personal reasons since the really stages of my career (ca 2000) but I never had documented any of it,...

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Grilled Pork, Fennel and Apples

Tired of your old grilled pork? Why not spice it up with some apples and fennel but have you ever wondered why this fruit is associated with this meat? Let’s start even before the...

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Zealong Tea Estate (Hamilton, New Zealand)

If you want a quiet, serene spot a team conference then this place might be good for you. Zealong Tea Estate has two venues for functions like conferences first is the Vista which can...

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Tinolang Shell Fish

There no seafood that can represent the flavour or the ocean than this two shellfish., the clams and mussels. This two seafood are a key ingredient in any seafood dishes like soups and stews...

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Jamaican Fish Stew

Yesterday I posted a team building event held at Auckland Seafood School and the dishes we made there was simply phenomenal I promised to post the recipe here. This Jamaican Fish Stew has a...

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Auckland Seafood School

I think I can’t deny it now that the team I am with in my workplace shares the same passion as I am hence our last team building again was something to do with...

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Tinapa Spaghetti

Spaghetti in the Philippines is quite a popular dish the spicy sweet sauce made with minced pork, sliced hotdogs and sliced ham served on spaghetti pasta have been a staple in most of the...