Monthly Archive: October 2017

Ginga Restaurant (Brisbane, Australia) 1 1

Ginga Restaurant (Brisbane, Australia)

There are a lot of places to dine in the South Bank area of Brisbane, so many it will take you months just to try them all. I had my fair share of dining on this street, perhaps around 10 now and counting and the most recent one is this...

Pork and Baby Bok Choy Sambal Stir Fry 1 3

Pork and Baby Bok Choy Sambal Stir Fry

I haven’t freestyled for a while and today the opportunity arises after I cooked something that needed a vegetable side dish. With tow bunches of baby bok choy on my vegetable bin and a full bottle of nasi lemak sambal all I need is some fatty pork then were all...

28 Filipino Soup Recipes 5

28 Filipino Soup Recipes

I live in the Southern Hemisphere so our climate here is going towards summer but for those in the Northern Hemisphere it is the other way around and to help you survive that winter I had prepared a list of 27 Filipino Soup Recipes you can easily try at home....

Burger Urge (Brisbane, Australia) 4 3

Burger Urge (Brisbane, Australia)

Brisbane Airport is not that huge, it’s quite a small airport hence there are only few dining places once you passed through immigration checks, roughly there are 6 places to eat and I mostly tried them all. One of them was this Burger Urge, I usually skip this place because...

Bulgogi Jungol 1 2

Bulgogi Jungol

Bulgogi is a very well-known Korean dish, we all know it’s made with beef slices marinated in a sweet style soy sauce tenderized by pears then grilled but do you know what a Bulgogi Jungol is? Jungol/Jeongol in English means stew or hotpot and this is what this dish is?...

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Bonds of Bread (North Shore City, New Zealand)

This is quite a late post as we visited this place several weeks after it opened but its better late than never specially if its worthy noting specially a place something like this. Yes, for the first time (I think) a proper Filipino bakery opens in Auckland, there were some...

Kinalabasang Sugpo 2 2

Kinalabasang Sugpo

Kinalabasang Sugpo is a Filipino dish made with squash, prawns and malunggay leaves usually cooked with stock or coconut milk. A common household dish that is served with freshly cooked jasmine rice and best consumed kamayan style since the prawns are usually prepared with shell on. Typically, the shells of...

Jjampong 1 3

Jjampong

Jjamppong is a Korean noodle soup dish made with mixed seafood such as prawns, clams, mussels and squid prepared together with thin pork slices, vegetables and mushrooms in a spicy pork broth. It’s a richly flavoured soup, where the taste of seafood, pork and spices all mix together and form...

Fairwood (Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong) 5 0

Fairwood (Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong)

I don’t know I am so fond of fast food restaurant like this, Fairwood like Cafe de Coral and Can-teen offers home-style food in a fast food style fashion. I would definitely choose these over burger chains or fried chicken joints, and that’s the Asian in me coming out. Fairwood...

Stir-fried Eggplant and Green Beans 1 2

Stir-fried Eggplant and Green Beans

Stir-fried Eggplant and Green Beans as the name suggest is a stir fry of the two vegetables on a savoury spicy sauce made with soy sauce and chillies, a common Chinese home-style dish like the blanched Asian greens. It’s a very simple dish hence it can be prepared on a...