Tagged: Beef

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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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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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Banzai Restaurant (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

This small place is a hidden gem, tucked in Dominion Road together with other popular restaurants, this place is a must visit for those Japanese lovers out there. Located in a compound where small...

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Brisket Grilled Cheese

Have you tried something like this? If not you better be as your missing out on one of the best sandwiches ever made. Just imagine tender juicy beef brisket with melting cheese stuffed between...

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Beef, Mushroom and Cheese Pie

I never knew savoury pies ever existed until we moved to New Zealand, all I knew before is that pies are only made sweet never savoury. The first time I heard or had seen...

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Caldo de Res

Caldo de Res is a type of beef soup prepared with beef shanks and vegetables in a light tomato based soup, found in the cuisines of Spain and Mexico. I first encountered this on...

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Taco Soup

It tastes like taco but in soup form, this Taco soup has all the elements of your favourite Tex Mex food but gives more comfort due to its soupy nature. Made with minced beef,...

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Noodle Box (Coolangatta, Australia)

My last busines trip outside of New Zealand was in Gold Coast, I stayed 4 days and I already missed the Auckland Asian food (yeah Auckland is looking more like China now compared to...

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Function at Seaworld (Gold Coast, Australia)

When I was in Australia attending our annual team leaders’ conference for our company several months ago one of the highlights was a party in one of Gold Coast theme parks, the Seaworld. When...