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Flanken Cut Beef Ribs Pulo Style- Sponsored Post

Lately, there’s been much ‘to do’ about sponsored posts in the blogosphere. Recent articles written by Marcy Massura ( How the Blogger Killed Herself Off) 570 more words

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Thai Green Curry

If I had to pick my favourite cuisine ever, it would hands down be Thai. I love the flavours, ingredients and what is done with them; for me the dishes are just perfect combinations, every time. 563 more words

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In My Kitchen - September 2014

Yippee, it is officially Spring – days will be getting warmer and evenings will be getting longer – oh happy days.

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Health Benefits of Lemon Grass

Be it ever so humble, there is no grass like a lemon grass. A very useful medicinal plant and a tasty food flavoring.

Lemon grass or the local tanglad (scientific name: Cymbopogon ciatrus) is one of those wondrous herbs that one can always associate with Asian cooking Thai, Malaysian and Vietnamese homegrown meal enthusiasts always have this tropical grass at hand for its aromatic citrus flavor with a trace of ginger. 472 more words

Food Flavoring

Lemon Grass at The Terraces, Ayala Center Cebu

If you want a taste of Thailand and Vietnamese cuisines, you must try Lemon Grass at The Terraces. This Asian-fusion restaurant, managed by Laguna Garden Cafe, had me at first bite when I dined there for the first time with my college friends. 401 more words

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Lemongrass

Other names:

choomana poolu, andropogon citratus, barbed wire grass, British Indian lemongrass, Ceylon citronella grass, citronella, citronella grass, citronnelle de Java, East Indian lemongrass, Guatemala lemongrass, hierba Luisa, Hierba de Limón, Indian Melissa, Indian Verbena, Madagascar Lemongrass, silky heads, tanglad, te-de-limon, Verveine Indienne, West Indian lemongrass, and in the Caribbean it is known as fever grass. 350 more words

Medicinal And Culinary Herbs

Health Benefits of Lemon Grass

Be it ever so humble, there is no grass like a lemon grass. A very useful medicinal plant and a tasty food flavoring.

Lemon grass or the local tanglad (scientific name: Cymbopogon ciatrus) is one of those wondrous herbs that one can always associate with Asian cooking Thai, Malaysian and Vietnamese homegrown meal enthusiasts always have this tropical grass at hand for its aromatic citrus flavor with a trace of ginger. 472 more words

Food Flavoring