Monthly Archive: October 2014

Kake Udon 1 7

Kake Udon

Hi Guys todays recipe will not be here as I am guest posting at Kawaling Pinoy but before you go ahead let me tell you something about that beautiful blog. Lalaine who is the person behind Kawaling Pinoy is one of the newest bloggers I met in this blogosphere and...

Circus Circus (Auckland, New Zealand) 8 5

Circus Circus (Auckland, New Zealand)

One early morning while having our joy ride looking for somewhere to have breakfast we discovered this circus themed restaurant in the corner of Mt Eden Rd and Ngauruhoe St . There were lots of cafes in this area but this place caught our attention the most as it was...

Jus Alpukat (Indonesian Avocado Shake) 1 9

Jus Alpukat (Indonesian Avocado Shake)

Sometimes if something is already the best the only way to beat it is having two of those best things together but in this case it’s different, I know a lot of Filipinos love this amazing fruit shake but I found something better when I visited Indonesia ages ago. It...

Kimchi 1 13

Kimchi

Kimchi is a popular side dish in the Korean cuisine made out of fermented cabbage. Usually served with rice alongside other banchan (side dishes) but it can also be used as an ingredient in dishes like the spicy stew called kimchi jjigae and the kimchi fried rice called kimchi bokkeumbap....

Vegetable Moussaka 2 10

Vegetable Moussaka

Moussaka is a popular casserole in the Mediterranean and is usually made out of layered vegetables, meat and sauce baked until tender. There are also versions where a béchamel like cheese topping is added giving a richer and creamier flavour. This dish is one of the most popular Greek food and it...

Nutella and Chocolate Chips Twist 2 7

Nutella and Chocolate Chips Twist

Sometimes a leftover frozen puff pastry comes really handy especially when you have a daughter demanding some Danish type snacks on one lazy weekend. Initially I was thinking of making some peach and custard Danish but we don’t have any fresh or even canned peaches, we don’t even have fruits...

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Glenfield Night Market – A Visual Essay

When I first came here in New Zealand one of the things I missed were the street food scene popular in Asian Countries, the only next best thing during those times were the Mall Food Courts, Queen Street and Sunday Markets but it’s not run at night and don’t have that Asian...

Tahini and Almond Cookies 4 4

Sponsored Post : A Taste of Thailand by Willie Evangelista

A Taste of Thailand by Willie Evangelista Like in any other countries, food is considered as an essential part of the culture of Thailand. As a matter of fact, reams of written materials have been published about the cuisine of Thailand all over the world, and for a very good...

Spicy Szechuan Eggplant 1 8

Spicy Szechuan Eggplant

There are a lot of Szechuan dishes, but there are the ones that are really popular as they do really stand out from the rest like the Mapo Tofu, Kung Pao Chicken and this dish Spicy Szechuan Eggplant. These dishes are known for their salty, sour with a hint of sweetness...

Egg Foo Young 1 8

Egg Foo Young

Egg foo young, egg foo yong or egg fu yung is an American Chinese omelette dish which consists of lightly beaten eggs, vegetables and meat or seafood served with gravy. Vegetable commonly used in this dish are bean sprouts, cabbage, bamboo shoots, mushrooms and/or water chestnuts. For meats it’s a...