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Award winning tradition in Hobees, California. Thank you to their Blueberry Coffee Cake.
How many varieties of pepper jellies can you come up with ? A food gift idea for the holiday season.
America's first, and maybe just about the only cider pub is Ace-in-the-Hole at Sebastopol, California.
Fuss-free way of making half-boiled eggs. This "hourglass" concept is clever.
Savory bread roll freshly baked with green onions toppings and stuffed with fillings of cotton-wool textured pork floss. A fluffy tasty treat.
Eggless tiramisu - eggless because I'm just too afraid to lose it.
Not your usual stir-fries and salads, steaming whole leaves of napa cabbage is a famous dish in Shanghai now made possible at home with that drizzles of oyster sauce.
What's in this deep-fried wonton that is addictive? Or are all deep-fried bites addictive? You decide.
A bacon-mini tower to last me all meals of the day
Noodling culture in Singapore is like how Italians love their pasta.
Now, isn't it obvious which is home-made?
Chicken nugget english-muffin caught between the grill.
Fusili tossed in Asian-style steamed shrimps and celery strips - Warm pasta salad, Asian flavors.
On a hot toasty day, will this runny egg win you over for some light spicy soba?
Mini tiny shrimps to flavor up your stir fry
A pool of Korean pink shrimps
Add a mild Thai kick in this steamed cod fish.
Ever heard of the "canned sardine burger" ? You will need this if you often have a pantry raid.
"No-mess" while serving pasta to your guests. Use edible cups or bowls.
Cooking rice requires experience. No recipe.
Murtabak, an Indian Muslim dish is also called Motabbag (in Arabic) which means "The Folded"
The true cost of this soup runs high, will you think thrice?
How to make instant noodles healthy, instantly?
(1) Dump the EVIL. The ready-seasonings pack
(2) Read on
There's always LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL In the lobster tunnel shell, that is.
Guoba prawns - you will hear a culinary chorus of "crackling, crackle and pop" in this dish. A 3rd "sound" dimension to food after sight and taste. Check it out.
The correct and traditional way to get the aroma out of the Asian spice paste is to use mortar and pestle. NOT LIKE THIS!!
These bananas came from a Peru farm - how about yours ?
Know the whereabouts of your eggs
Using Niman Ranch beef, these burgers are raised with tender loving care.
The childhood candy of many- White Rabbit Creamy Candy may now become a Chemical Rabbit!? These sweets can be found in Asian supermarkets in the US, keep an eye on this pouncing rabbit.
Live flapping prawns are literally, drowned in front of you. Euphoria! Erratic exuberance! Irrational extravagance! Here comes one delicacy- Drunken Prawns
Lychees and citron honey - what do they have in common?
This is an edible "painting" - Reflections.
The meat of the yak, a unique treasure of the snow mountains and grasslands of the Tibetan Highlands. More nutritious than ordinary beef, the yak feeds on natural grass, other medicinal herbs, and mineral spring water.
Seen or heard of CURD NOODLES ? They are packed with proteins and nutrients. Brace yourself for soaring temperatures with this.