This stuff is a little expensive. I mean 7 slices for $ 25-30, but it is well worth it! It is the kind of sashimi that is so smooth and so succulent that I cannot get enough of this stuff. I usually have … more
woopak_the_thrill posted a Quick Tip about Fish Head.
November 30, 2011
It's so simple (and easy to prepare), and yet, it's oh so delicious. I've had it with and without gochujang, and it's delicious both ways. Even though this is a great dish and surprisingly easy to make, … more
EcoMama posted a Quick Tip about Durian.
October 01, 2011
This is some seriously awesome stuff! There was a Singaporean restaurant in the Philippines that I thought made it quite well; since Pinoys love rice, it also came with a bottomless serving of Jasmine … more
woopak_the_thrill posted a Quick Tip about Barbecued Pork.
September 21, 2011
Samgyetang is quite possibly one of Korea's most interesting soups. While the flavor is very reminiscent of chicken soup (no wonder, there's chicken in it), the fact that it contains a WHOLE chicken … more
woopak_the_thrill posted a Quick Tip about Coconut.
July 01, 2011
A popular appetizer in the Japanese cuisine although if one has them in a Japanese restaurants, it's darn expensive! I found them in supermarkets in Shanghai 2 years ago at dirt cheap prices. All … more
I love the side dishes of the Korean Cuisine. Having it the Korean way means one is fed with a variety of pickles and vegetables even before what you ordered are being served on the table. It's all … more
The Fugu (blowfish, poisonous; one that kills if not prepared correctly), Uni (sea urchin), Basashi (horse meat), Kujira (whale), Iruca (dolphin), Okura (salmon roe) and Shirako (fish sperm) are some … more
Sweet, sour, hot, spicy, you name it, they have it. Not only is Thai food delicious, it is colorful and entertaining. I love taking guests and friends to Thai restaurants where a feast doesn't end … more
Kebab! Turkish Cuisine consists of mostly mutton and in Turkey, the smell can be quite distinctive. It takes time to adjust and a lot of people simply couldn't take it for an extended period of time.   … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Hot Pot.
May 02, 2011
In Beijing, the most popular hot pot is none other than Shua Yang Rou (刷羊肉), i.e., dipping slices of lamb into the hot pot. Typically, everyone gets his/her own small pot and tada, all you have to do … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Pecel.
April 30, 2011
Long bean, bean sprouts, fried tofu and Emping (a kind of crackers) are what make this very healthy dish a delightful combination! When mixed with the special peanut sauce, it's heavenly! I didn't … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Sate Padang.
April 30, 2011
Sate Padang is skewered meats and offals served with a special sauce which I have no idea what it's made of other than it's the best I've ever had! I ate this as a child when I was living in Indonesia … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Watermelon.
April 29, 2011