Blog Posts - Fusion Cuisine



Talde | Jersey City

Talde, a casual Asian-American restaurant that specializes in Dim Sum is brought to you by Chef Dale Talde who was a contestant on “Top Chef.”...
by Honey What039s Cooking on May 12, 2016

Phuket Cuisine — a Phuket-Style Fusion of Culinary Influences

Phuket Cuisine is unique to the southern Thai island, a fusion of culinary influences that you won’t find elsewhere in Thailand. Skip the pad thai, Italian, and ‘international food’ and seek out the increasingly endangered Phuket cu...
by grantourismo on Jan 10, 2015

CHICKEN AND FARRO RECIPE

Are you ready for another little experiment of fusion cuisine? Arroz con pollo is a typical chicken and rice recipe  of Costa Rica, and it is made with mixed vegetables, cilantro and achiote or annato which  gives the typical yellow colour. We have...
by www.recipeswitholiveoil on Jun 21, 2014

ENGLISH BREAKFAST PIZZA

An exciting match on the soccer playing field and a perfect marriage of flavors in the kitchen. On the occasion of the match between England and Italy for 2014 Brazilian world cup which will take place on Saturday 14th June, we decided to prepare a f...
by www.recipeswitholiveoil on Jun 13, 2014

Macau: French Chef from Paris to Serve 6 Course Degustation Dinners

French Chef Thierry Marx of the Mandarin Oriental, Paris, will showcase his Meets West culinary talents at Vda Rica Restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Macao during a special promotion from 7 to 10 May 2014.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Apr 16, 2014

Dining in Rapture

From an edged corner of a newly constructed, yet under-utilized shopping plaza in Warrendale, Pennsylvania, dangles an unobtrusive sign that simply states, Tamari. At first appearance, it is easy to be flatted by Tamari’s wallflower, daytime fa...
by The Word Magicians Kitchen on Sep 26, 2012

Hoisin Beef on Pak Choi Spoons

Aren't food-bloggers a peculiar little folk? Always seeking for inspiration, trying hard to add something of  value and entertainment to the ever-growing  niche of online writers. And while I guess that most of us don't write for fame or fo...
by T & Tea Cake on Apr 10, 2012

Hoisin Beef on Pak Choi Spoons

Aren't food-bloggers a peculiar little folk? Always seeking for inspiration, trying hard to add something of  value and entertainment to the ever-growing  niche of online writers. And while I guess that most of us don't write for fame or fo...
by T & Tea Cake on Apr 10, 2012

Five Spice Snickerdoodles

Five. Spice. Baby. Dudundududun dudu dun dun. I bet Vanilla Ice never saw that one coming.You know what? Before Igot sucked into the fast-paced and capturing world of food blogs, Ihave never heard of the miraculous concoction that is five spicepowde...
by T & Tea Cake on Oct 8, 2011

Five Spice Snickerdoodles

Five. Spice. Baby. Dudundududun dudu dun dun. I bet Vanilla Ice never saw that one coming.You know what? Before Igot sucked into the fast-paced and capturing world of food blogs, Ihave never heard of the miraculous concoction that is five spicepowde...
by T & Tea Cake on Oct 8, 2011

Hasselback Potatoes with Apple Chutney

Apples. I know I havealready posted a picture of the apple tree from our garden. But justin case, here is a reminder:Yup. A different one.In fact, there are THREEapple trees back there taunting me with their heavily loadedbranches. They know exactly...
by T & Tea Cake on Sep 22, 2011

Hasselback Potatoes with Apple Chutney

Apples. I know I havealready posted a picture of the apple tree from our garden. But justin case, here is a reminder:Yup. A different one.In fact, there are THREEapple trees back there taunting me with their heavily loadedbranches. They know exactly...
by T & Tea Cake on Sep 22, 2011


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