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SUTUKIL: Best of Cebu

With its launching first month of this year, Seafood and Ribs Warehouse has opened its doors to the discriminating taste of Cebuanos. And boy oh boy, Cebuanos sure have high standards for food. 826 more words


Marcus Samuelsson on How 'Claiming' a Culture's Food Is Not the Same as Loving It

I spoke with Chef Marcus Samuelsson for Esquire Magazine about culinary cultural appropriation, being a chef in the Trump era, and more. Read my interview here.

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Masterchef - for realsies

I love Melbourne, every day I am more grateful for having chosen this city for my exchange. With my roomie we have been religiously following the Australian Masterchef (that occurs in Melbourne!) and one night the most intricate dessert had to be created for an elimination challenge. 324 more words


Slow-cooked Chicken with Lemon and Honey - and a childhood memory

My mother remarked recently on how often she gets a mention in my posts. It’s always a happy mention when I’m talking about food and my mother. 1,033 more words

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In sickness and in health...

You know, I try really hard to be as healthy as I can. I can’t undo the damage MS has already done to my nerves, but I can do the best with what I’ve got left and the body I’ve got now. 425 more words


Ruminating on Success

~If you’re curious as to what success tastes like, I would say it’s quite similar to smoked salmon.~ ┬ęThe Floral Dil

When you complain there's no gain

If you spend all your time complaining

What time is there left for gaining