Tagged:  Asian cuisine

Norwood Tea Factory - Hatton, Sri Lanka

Flavors of Sri Lanka

In Ingredients, Recipes, Travel On April 8, 2013 Comments Off

Raw beauty, friendly smiles and ever so flavorful food.
Since ancient times, Ceylon, (Declared Republic of Sri Lanka in 1972), has been known as a center for spice trading. Drawing explorers from all over the world…

Beautiful 8th century Borobudur

Javanese Oxtail Soup – Sop Buntut

In Ingredients, Recipes, Travel On February 20, 2013 Comments Off

Hearty broth seasoned with cloves and nutmeg
Yogyakarta is the ancient city in the center of the island of Java, home to the infamous Borobudur, one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world. Our recent trip to Java would not have been complete without…

Classic Wooden Moon Cake Molds

Mid-Autumn Festival In Singapore

In Holidays, Recipes On September 30, 2012 Comments Off

Admire The Year’s Brightest Full Moon

Chinese communities in cities throughout the world gather together to share tea and sweet mooncake….

Bun Thit Nu'ong - BBQ Pork Noodle Salad

Vietnamese Bun Thit Nu’ong

In Cooking Technique, Ingredients, Recipes On September 14, 2012 1 Comment

Cold Rice Noodle Dish Topped with Savory Pork

Vietnam is know for it’s amazing street food with barbecue and noodle vendors found on nearly every street corner….

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Perfect Labor Day Grilled Chicken

In Cooking Technique, Holidays, Ingredients, Recipes On August 31, 2012 1 Comment

Spicy Grilled Chicken Celebration

This Thai inspired street food recipe called Gai Yang uses a classic marinade that is an excellent seasoning for everything…

Hari Raya Puasa feast

Hari Raya Celebration In Singapore

In Holidays, News/Trends, Recipes On August 22, 2012 1 Comment

Celebrating A Home-Cooked Hari Raya Aidilfitri Feast

Muslim homes throughout the city prepare an abundance of traditional delicacies and open their doors…

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Asian Style – Peel And Eat Shrimp

In Cooking Technique, Recipes, Travel On July 23, 2012 Comments Off

My Spicy Take On A Southern Classic

We miss the spicy flavors of Singapore, so I couldn’t help but come up with my own take on peel and eat shrimp….

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“The Layover” Singapore With Anthony Bourdain

In Chefs/Restaurants, Travel On November 24, 2011 Comments Off

Travel Channel’s New Show Comes To Town

This week, Anthony Bourdain’s new show premiered called “The Layover” with the first episode detailing his stay in Singapore.