One of the most memorable seafood I had was when I was in Australia, looking for some place to grab a pint of beer.
Category: FOOD & DRINK
I’m not much of a traveller. Truth be told, all the travelling I ever wanted to do was just to escape the heat of Manila.
In the past few years, we’ve seen a deluge of Korean culture in the country. Korean pop culture has taken our country by storm. It started with Korean TV dramas, available online or in bootleg DVD form.
Valentines Day is just around the corner and for those who want to avoid the chaos in and around restaurants on Feb 14, cooking a special meal at home is a great option.
A spoonful of bibimbap can transport you to Korea, the rich and distinctive taste encapsulating the Asian country. The iconic mixed-rice dish has become of one of the most recognizable and popular foods around the world.
Maltese cuisine reflects Maltese history with its strong Italian and British influences as well as Spanish, French, Maghrebin, Provençal and other Mediterranean cuisines.
Spicy food is something that I personally enjoy eating. It adds life to a lot of dishes, and it speeds up the metabolism. With the growing trend of super-hot spicy noodle challenge or atomic hot sauce, people tend to misunderstand the meaning of spicy.
When we think of spice or say something is spicy, what comes to mind? Well, chilies, of course. Through the years, we’ve gone from siling labuyo to hot sauces, to chili garlic, to thicker hot sauces like Sriracha and more recently, Gochujang paste.
For a lot of people, the spice section in groceries is just a place to get some salt and pepper, maybe a few pieces of bouillon cubes. I understand that those tiny glass bottles with all kinds of powders and dried flakes can be overwhelming.
In today’s bustling restaurant scene, it’s hard to imagine that only a little over a decade ago, the words gourmet and comfort food weren’t as familiar to diners in Metro Manila.