Tagged: Seafood

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Kinunot

Kinunot or Kinunot na is a Filipino dish from the Bicol province made with flaked stingray, moringa leaves and chillies cooked in a spiced coconut cream sauce. Kinunot na Pagi means flaked in Bicolano...

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Te Matuku Oyster Festival

The only thing that could be better eating than fresh, juicy and plump oysters is having them on Waiheke Island! Come along to the world-famous Te Matuku Oyster Festival at midday on Saturday 5...

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Tombo Buffet (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

We came here a couple of months ago with friends after looking for a good cheap place to have some decent buffet. Located in New Market in Auckland this place it not quite hard...

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Squid Sisig

Sisig is one of the popular pub food in the Philippines usually made with pork innards served on a sizzling hot plate and dressed with pork brains it is not for everyone especially to...

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Pork and Dried Shrimp Congee

Congee is a type of rice porridge popular in Asia in fact this is similar to serving rice, pasta and tortilla where an array of meats and vegetables can be added to it. Congee...

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Seafood Pasta al Cartoccio

Al cartoccio is the Italian counterpart of the French “En papillote” where dishes like pasta and seafood is wrapped tightly in a parchment pouch then baked. Original recipes or method uses parchment paper but...

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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...