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6 International Cuisines To Try For Adventurous Eaters

There’s something about international cuisine that just makes it so much more exciting than the food we’re used to. Maybe it’s the unfamiliar flavors, or maybe it’s the fact that each new dish is a little adventure in itself. But whatever the reason, there’s no doubt that trying international food...

Hakata Ramen

This tonkotsu based ramen will surely give you all that warmth you need during cold winter night Hakata Ramen is a noodle soup dish from Fukuoka Japan prepared with thin, straight and firm wheat noodles on a creamy tonkostu broth topped with slices chashu, negi, beni shōga , soft boiled...

Unphogettable (Havelock North, New Zealand)

This was the last few days of our trip and heading back to Auckland we spent a couple of days in the Hawkes Bay region. After visiting the Arataki Honey Centre and Te Mata Peak, we were looking for a place to have our late lunch, the nearest town was...

Budae Jjigae

I never knew pantry items, canned goods and long-life processed foods when combined together can make an amazing meal. Budae-jjigae is a type of Korean stew (jjigae) created after the Korean War which used smuggled surplus foods from U.S. military bases combined with Korean pantry staples. Have you ever thought...

Piper Donuts

This donut sounds fishy! Piper Donuts is definitely an interesting way of pan frying these delicious piper fish, similar method like the usual fried fish but these ones are shaped like those irresistable round fried bread. Piper or garfish is one of those interesting looking fishes, its shiny, its slender...

Mango Shake

The perfect summer drink! So delicious and refreshing. Mango Shake is a Filipino style smoothie prepared with Filipino mangoes, milk and ice blended to a smooth consistency This is one of the drinks I grew up with. At the school where I attended my primary and high school education, this...

Usage Of Color Assessment In Meat Production

Introduction The first line of defense our body uses is visual appearance against dangerous food. Any degradation of color behind the glass of a meat store can detour the customers. Think about when was the last anyone bought grey color meat steak. Studies show that color is the main factor...

Igado Ilocano

One of the best dishes the Ilocano cuisine has to offer! Ilocano Igado is Filipino pork recipe prepared with pork liver, pork meat and other offal cooked with green peas, red capsicum, ginger, onion and garlic in vinegar. I had been making my Igado wrong but no one did ever...