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Satiated in Santorini

My Facebook “memories” reminded me that a year ago today I was in Greece on vacation, and I realized that the moussaka and the fantastic dinner at Koukoumavlos… 330 more words

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Taiyaki

For the longest time, I thought these fish-shaped waffle treats originated in Korea because I always find them in Korean stores. Turns out, if the Internet is to be believed, they actually came from Japan! 122 more words

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Pork pineapple adobo

Who doesn’t love adobo? Even British culinary star Nigella Lawson was singing its praises on social media recently. But, as you and I both know, there are many kinds, as evidenced by the numerous entries on this blog.  364 more words

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Pizza and Prayer

Oh the things that transpire in my presence…

I’ll never fully understand it.  Is it a gift?  A curse?  I’ll enlighten you and let you make the call.   1,187 more words

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Dim sum breakfast

Got to Chinatown early enough yesterday morning before an appointment and realized I had time for breakfast. So I went to my favorite dim sum place, Jing Fong, and had jasmine tea, shu mai, vegetable dim sum and egg custards as I caught up on the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.

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Baseball, booze and a buffet

Baseball fans will tell you that the best way to take in a game is right in the stands surrounded by exuberant fellow fans, hotdog on one hand, maybe a mitt on the other, ready to catch any foul ball that may come your way. 316 more words

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Sinigang sa pinya

I have posted about sinigang sa pakwan (Philippine watermelon sour soup) and sinigang sa bayabas (guava-based soup). It gets more exotic. Maggi released green mango and pineapple variants, apart from the ubiquitous tamarind-based soup mixes. 54 more words

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