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reviewed Thai Green Curry. May 28, 2012
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Green Curry
This is my favorite of the Thai curries which comes in green, red or yellow. There are also Massaman curry which is less spicy. Most of the time, I simply ordered these dishes from Thai restaurants that …
reviewed Thai Pepper (Restaurant). October 22, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Thai Pepper (Restaurant)
We had been to this restaurant often, especially when I'm dining with my aunts and uncles. This is their little "kitchen" and they often dine here (I was told at least once or twice a week)   …
reviewed Soju. September 06, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Soju
Soju is a popular alcholic beverage native to Korea.  It's incredibly cheap and plentiful, throughout Korea, so it's the beverage of choice when gathering with friends for a meal of samgyepsol …
reviewed Dduk. August 26, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Dduk
Dduk is a popular Korean snack. They're particuarly popular during the Korean Thanksgiving, Chuseok and the Lunar New Year. Dduk is a rice cake made out of a rice flour and can sometimes be sweetened.  …
reviewed Samgyeopsal. August 25, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Samgyeopsal
Veterans of Korean cuisine probably won't be surprised when I say that Samgyeopsal (삼겹살), a Korean pork, is one of the most popular meats among Koreans and foreigners alike. The word literally means …
reviewed Samgyetang. August 25, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Samgyetang
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 …
reviewed Bulgogi. August 25, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Bulgogi
     Bulgogi is probably one of the best foods made in Korea.  It's probably one of their most well known too.  It's beef that is marinated for hours in soy sauce, sesame …
reviewed Green Zone. May 02, 2011
Green Zone
I'm such a nerd so whenever I think of the name of this place, I always think of Sonic the Hedgehog. But anyway, in the San Gabriel Valley, there's pretty much a bunch of Chinese food restaurants …
reviewed Turtle Soup. March 30, 2011
posted in World Cuisine
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 …
reviewed Koung Thai - Rockwall, TX. January 03, 2011
Koung Thai - Rockwall, TX
      www.koungthairestaurant.com   2006 South Goliad Street   Rockwall, TX 75087   972-722-1761   Get Directions      …
reviewed Cabbages & Condoms. December 18, 2010
posted in Go Thailand
Cabbages & Condoms
When it comes to property, it's a case of location, location & location!   When it comes to restaurant, it's all in a name! That is, if your restaurant is known as Cabbages & …
reviewed Sashi Sushi + Saké Lounge. September 14, 2010
posted in MBlocal
Exterior View
This place is beautiful inside and they're presentation is spectacular. Nice place to go to impress an out of South Bay date. The non-sushi menu is decent but the sushi leaves a bit to be desired …
reviewed Bahn Mi Sandwiches. July 29, 2010
Bahn Mi
Bahn Mi sandwiches are my favorite of all sandwiches, they're very different from any other sandwich, I've never used the word scrumptious for any particular food before, but these are.  …
reviewed Mango. June 01, 2010
posted in Healthy Lifestyle
Mango
As part of balanced Raw Food diet, you should include one mango every week.  It's a great addition to smoothies, fruit salads, or even piled on top of a salad.      One thing …
reviewed Sashi Sushi + Saké Lounge. May 03, 2010
posted in MBlocal
Exterior View
   Sashi is more than just amazing sushi restaurant with alluring atmosphere. My love for Sashi comes from its unique ability to be more than just a restaurant, to offer more to Manhattan Beach …
reviewed Bibimbap. April 10, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Bibimbap
Rice does not get any better than a searing hot stone pot filled with (Dolsot) Bibimbap.  Yes, I like good fried rice, which is hard to find in my area.  I like steamed rice which I fix …
reviewed Tu Lan. March 27, 2010
posted in Gourmand
TU LAN
   Let me tell you a story…the man called “woopak” can go around places that most people would be terrified to go to. Honestly, whatever the so-called “bad areas” …
reviewed Jumbo Seafood. March 10, 2010
posted in Go Singapore
Jumbo Seafood
I was in Hong Kong earlier today & called a friend who's leaving for Singapore on business trip but will extend his trip at the end of the week to check out the latest Universal Studios opened …
reviewed Sashi Sushi + Saké Lounge. March 09, 2010
posted in MBlocal
Exterior View
Glamorous, hip setting. Great sushi. Makoto, Sashi's executive chef learned under Morimoto, who apparently is the greatest iron chef of all time (I'm not sure what this means, but people who watch Iron …
reviewed Rice. March 07, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
RICE
   Rice is defined as the starchy seeds or grain of an annual marsh grass, Oryza sativa, cultivated in warm climates and used for food. Whatever the case may be, rice made its presence known …
reviewed Nasi Lemak. March 06, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Nasi Lemak
This is in fact a very simple dish which is mostly sold at the foot courts in Singapore or peddled by hawkers in Malaysia. Originally, the dish was intended as a breakfast item but it was so popular that …
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 …
reviewed Haato Gelato. March 04, 2010
posted in Love Bites
Haato Gelato
Follow your heart... that's Haato's motto.      Haato is a brand of Gelato which is really not Italian but a fusion between a Japanese recipe and a Singapore manufacturer. …
reviewed Edamame. March 04, 2010
posted in Vegan Living
Edamame
      Lately I have been on an edamame kick, and it's probably thanks to having easy access through the nearby Trader Joe's and multiple Asian grocery stores.      …
reviewed FreeRice.com. March 03, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Free Rice
Many a times, we claim charity work is costly, in terms of time or/& money or simply we are just too lazy to initiate. Well, this is definitely the site for those with excuses & those who are …
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