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Nam prik ong (tomato chilli paste)

Nam prik means chilli paste in Thai, literally translated as “spicy water”. Nam prik ong is a chilli paste from northern Thailand made traditionally with tomatoes and ground pork. 571 more words

World Kitchen

Red Bamboo, Vegetarian Restaurant in New York City

We visit Sheila’s favorite vegetarian restaurant in New York, Red Bamboo. It’s located at 140 West 4th Street New York, NY 10012. We usually order the buffalo wings as starters and choose randomly from the massive menu for entrees. 15 more words

Best Restaurants In NYC

BBQ "Pulled Pork" Jackfruit 

What you will need:

Parchment paper/ foil paper

A baking sheet

A large frying pan

A spatula

A colander

A knife


2 cans of jackfruit (soaked in brine not syrup) or strips from 1/4 of a large jackfruit… 181 more words

GreenR, taking vegetarian food a notch up

Shahpur Jat is popularly known for its designer stores and boutiques but it’s a lesser known fact that it has some of the most amazing food joints in the city. 448 more words

An Unsatisfied Palate

Seitan | Buddha's Food


Seitan (say-TAHN), lovingly called “Buddha’s Food”, has originated from the diets of Chinese Buddhist monks who were looking for meat alternatives other than tofu. It is said that they were making dough out of wheat and water when they noticed that the starch from the water-dough mixture turned a texture more similar to meat.* It has been around Asia for a long time, even called “Mock Duck” in Asian grocery stores in the US, but only started becoming popular among Americans due to the discovery made by the macrobiotic diet community (a community dedicated to eating whole, organic, and season-based foods).** It’s made from whole wheat gluten and is very high in protein but low in carbs and fat.*** 546 more words



SINGAFOOD-The Culinary Trail

Travel & Food go hand in hand. Couldn’t resist dedicating a full page to some of the most amazing food I’ve had during my trip to Singapore,a melting pot of cultures & cuisines in great harmony. 993 more words