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How to make your own Korean Kimbap or Japanese Sushi

I was at a mall in Manila the other day with a friend. And because we miss Japanese food, we proceeded to eat in a Japanese restaurant that offers buffet sushi servings. It was great to eat sushi again, but when I looked at the prices, 2 sushi costs around 100 pesos already.. In the […]

Fiesta in the Philippines

Why do some families afford lavish celebrations during fiesta? Feeding the whole neighbourhood, or town is not an easy task. You have to involve the whole family (and extended family) on the expenses and preparation for the celebration, just to entertain and feed people, some of them you don’t even know.. Apparently, that is the […]

Where to eat horse in Cebu

I’m trying to be vegetarian.. in fact, I ate more veggies than meat since I came home from Nepal. But sometimes you have to be adventurous not to miss out on fun stuff :D… such as eating horse meat…This is a very delayed article though, the last time I went there was last year and […]

Vegetarian Restaurants in the Philippines

I always thought it is hard to find vegetarian restaurants or veggie fastfoods in the Philippines. And while I travel out of the country, I meet vegetarian travelers who says Philippines is out of their travel list because of the food preference in the country. However, when I asked around in the Pinoy travel bloggers […]

My Favorite Restaurants in Pokhara, Nepal

These are restaurants in Pokhara where I personally have eaten.. they are not sponsored nor was I bribed to promote these restaurants.. ^_^ I’ve been spending quite some time in Pokhara already and while others have gone trekking, I’m window shopping ;D.. and eating in different restaurants and drinking milk teas in different cafes. Here’s […]

How to bake a cake using Sand as an Oven

Not many people know that you can bake a cake even without an oven. I never knew too until I went to this very remote place in Nepal. As a serial volunteer to various grassroot and regional NGOs, I thought I will be the only one to share in the children’s home in Hetauda.. well, […]

Thailand Street Food Part 2

Travel to Thailand always includes food. And here’s the second part of a list of Thai street foods that my beautiful local friend Khun Nok has given me.. Click here to see the first part. Now the challenge is how to pronounce some words right, but you can always show the picture so you won’t […]

Coffee Shop in Boracay: Real Coffee and Tea Cafe

  This coffee shop is hidden, yet I saw many customers when I came to visit a few months ago (super late post sorry). Guess its a popular one despite its hidden location coz even a foreigner friend recommended it too. I wonder what makes it stand among other coffee shops? The place is simple […]

Thailand street food part 1

This is contributed by Julie Navarat, a Thai friend who loves to bake and knit. ^_^ Read on so you know what to order next time you are in Thailand. In Thailand, people eat street food regularly whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Each type of street food can be made using different kinds of […]

Contest to win 2 complimentary tickets to a New York Food Tour

Photo credit: Ahoy New York Food Tours These are the days I seriously asked myself why I’m born in the other side of the planet..  because most of my sponsors are waaAaay far from where I am.. Seriously, I’m in a faAaar far away land in the east.. and I’m being invited to a food tour […]

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