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posted a Quick Tip about Fish Head. November 30, 2011
Fish Head
Great when you are making soup laced with Guava. Fish head is where all the flavor is at; I actually use a fish head to make my dishes and then remove it when I am about to serve guests.      …
posted a Quick Tip about Hainanese Chicken Rice. September 22, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Hainanese Chicken Rice
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 …
posted a Quick Tip about Barbecued Pork. September 21, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Barbecued Pork
this is a snack? Sweet Moses...I guess I am weird since I like having this for lunch and with rice LOL! It remembles the taste of TOCINO (honeyed Pinoy pork) so it gets a good rating for me....
posted a Quick Tip about Chinese Cuisine. September 07, 2011
Chinese Fake take out!
Chinese is my go-to buffet food. I love this stuff!
posted a Quick Tip about Suckling Pig. May 02, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Suckling Pig
I love suckling pig! It's my favorite appetizer when it comes to Chinese dinner. This is normally served only during important festivals, say, like weddings. It is customary for Chinese to carry a …
posted a Quick Tip about Peking (Roast) Duck. May 02, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Peking (Roast) Duck
The best Peking Duck, as the name implies, has to be in Peking, right? The answer, yes and no! There is only a handful of restaurant serving excellent Peking Duck in Beijing even unless the same flagship …
posted a Quick Tip about Hot Pot. May 02, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Hot Pot
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 …
posted a Quick Tip about Longan. April 29, 2011
Longan
Longan is a thirst quencher and I love munching on them. A versatile fruit which can be dried and cooked with other Chinese desserts.
reviewed Turtle Soup. March 30, 2011
Turtle Soup
Turtle Soup       I find myself a bit of a hypocrite sometimes when it comes to food. Always thinking that I would never eat anything that could also be a pet, I gave in and ate …
posted a Quick Tip about North Sea Fishing Village 北海渔村,南山(She.... October 27, 2010
posted in Go China
North Sea Fishing Village 北海渔村,南山(Shenzhen)
This restaurant which just opened in August 2010 is fast becoming my favorite Dimsum & Seafood restaurant. Dimsum starts at 8 am and has a great range of choices, excellent prices & taste heavenly! I've …
posted a Quick Tip about Lei Garden 利苑 (Elements). October 27, 2010
posted in Go China
Lei Garden (Elements)
I had dinner here twice. Once a simple dinner while another, the goodies. Both times, I feel it's much too expensive. In addition, you can hardly get a table unless you reserved in advance. That's a drag! …
posted a Quick Tip about Wild Ginseng. October 27, 2010
posted in Go China
Wild Ginseng
Very rare, very expensive and highly prized by collectors. These are Ginseng which might command thousand and even ten of thousand of dollars. Why collect it? Some for consumption (the rich) while some …
posted a Quick Tip about Ginseng. October 27, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Ginseng
Ginseng is prized mainly for its roots. Famous Ginseng are from the U.S., Korea and China. Ginseng are often used in Chinese & Korean soups. However, many also have them sliced into thin slices & mixed …
posted a Quick Tip about Tsing Tao Beer. September 02, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Tsingtao
Not one of my favorite beers.  It is pretty prevalent in the far east where I came into contact with it while in the army.  I wonder what it tasted like when the Germans were brewing it?  …
posted a Quick Tip about Tsing Tao Beer. May 28, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Tsingtao
Quite frankly, tastes like arse. But lots of good memories drinking Tsing Tao.
posted a Quick Tip about Hainanese Chicken Rice. April 19, 2010
posted in Go Singapore
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Singapore National Dish. A must-eat when in Singapore. The locals have it at least once a week! It can be had almost everywhere in Singapore
posted a Quick Tip about P F Chang's. April 12, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
PF Changs Logo
I like that they have a gluten free menu!!
posted a Quick Tip about Tsing Tao Beer. March 20, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Tsingtao
I'm not a huge beer person, but I like the light, refreshing taste of Tsingtao.
posted a Quick Tip about Shark Fin Soup. March 13, 2010
The Soup
Completely morally opposed to this soup.
posted a Quick Tip about Mooncake. March 06, 2010
Mooncakes
Mooncake is a delicious snack with fresh Iron Goddess Tea! I'm a sucker for red bean and lotus filling. Yum!
posted a Quick Tip about Yank Sing. March 05, 2010
Restaurant Interior
Best dim sum I've ever eaten. I crave this place all the time; in fact, I want Yank Sing right now!!!
reviewed Chili Crab. March 04, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Chili Crab
The national food of Singapore may be Hainanese Chicken Rice but the most popular seafood is probably Chilli Crab. This is one dish where Singaporeans would love to 'show off' and give their friends …
posted a Quick Tip about Rice Noodle Roll. March 04, 2010
Rice Noodle Roll
This is a must have when eating dim sum. The texture of noodle and semi-sweet soy sauce is why this dish is so addicting.
posted a Quick Tip about Hot Pot. March 02, 2010
posted in Go Hong Kong
Hot Pot
Be it steamboat or hot pot, it is a fun way of dining and a engaging way of cooking. Hot Pot is best with family & friends.
reviewed Hot Pot. February 28, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Hot Pot
During the first week of the Chinese New Year, it was extremely cold and the perfect time to have hot pot for dinners. Many familes who were not feasting in restaurants chose to feast at home with hot …
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