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EDIBLE CHAMPAGNE CAVIAR COCKTAILS aka Caviar Jello Shots

CHAMPAGNE & CAVIAR EDIBLE COCKTAILSChampagne Wishes & Caviar Dreams in One Bite of BoozeThis CHAMPAGNE AND CAVIAR EDIBLE COCKTAIL GEL was inspired by the 1980's Robin Leach program "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" where he always signed of...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Jul 18, 2016

Hukad Boracay and WHY IT SUCKS

I walked past D’mall, saw Hukad and found the vibe of the restaurant attractive. Their menu board was out and had reasonably priced Filipino food. I was attracted mainly to the PHOTO of their baked scallops slathered in butter as well as the freshl...
by Now We Are Hungry on Apr 23, 2016

Serra da Estrela Food and Wine

Serra da Estrela Food and Wine all about bringing the mountain flavors ... Read More The post Serra da Estrela Food and Wine appeared first on Nelson Carvalheiro.

Popular markets of London

Popular markets of LondonFood to flowers, dresses to accessories and art to antiques – London markets sell it all! The city is home to large and extensive markets like Spitalfields, Camden Market and Portobello Road where you spend day wandering ab...
by The Travelling Postcard on Jan 3, 2016

The Chianti Run in Florence, Italy

Even if you are only visiting Florence for a short period of time (I was only there for three nights), I highly recommend trying the Chianti Run as an activity for the afternoon.  The bus collected us right in the centre and we enjoyed a 40 minu...
by The Travelling Postcard on Nov 16, 2015

Filipino Style Spaghetti

This taste might be peculiar to some but this distinct taste makes it unique and the new flavor makes it very Filipino. The post Filipino Style Spaghetti appeared first on Drift Stories.
by Drift Stories on Nov 12, 2015

The Spicy Cuisine of Bicol

Bicol express is one of the favorites not only in Bicol but all over the Philippines. This is their classic dish that Bicolanos are well known for. Bicol express is a mixture of pork meat and shrimp paste (bagoong) cooked in coconut cream, of course.
by Drift Stories on Nov 9, 2015

How to Cook Sweet Chicken Wings

Here is one of the recipes that chicken is the main ingredient. You can try this at home. You could easily prepare sweet chicken wings ingredients since there are only few ingredients to purchase plus it is easy to cook. The post How to Cook Sweet Ch...
by Drift Stories on Nov 8, 2015

THE SEAFOOD CHAIN: Is sustainability the next stage of gastronomy?

This article is excerpted from Ocean Country: One Woman’s Voyage from Peril to Hope in Her Quest to Save the Seas by Liz Cunningham (North Atlantic […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulwor...
by The Mindful Word on Sep 8, 2015

Our mini Italian road trip II : San Gemini

San Gemini was by far one of my favourite trips in Italy.Have you ever been given one of those experience boxes? The sort where you can choose between barman courses and horse riding and Nordic walking? We had one for a whole year, caught in indecisi...
by La Lingua on Aug 21, 2015

Occupy Fine Dining! How the 99% is taking on gastronomy

El Celler de Can Roca, in Girona, Spain, which was chosen as No 1 on the 50 Best Restaurants list. Photograph: Alamy The collective Occupy 50 Best has launched a campaign challenging the methods and transparency of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants l...
by Arabic Food Recipes on Jul 26, 2015

Porsche opens new restaurant in Atlanta

Porsche Cars North America Inc. has officially opened the doors to its new fine dining “Restaurant 356” in Atlanta, Georgia.“Restaurant 356″ is located within the company’s new $100 million Porsche Experience Center, offering panoramic view...
by Arabic Food Recipes on Jul 26, 2015

Cable Car – Fort Strip, BGC

I knew Cable Car to be a drinking place for high school and college kids tucked along Pasay Road in the same building complex as Ukkokei Ramen Ron. Learned about it through friends cause of it’s epic beer pong battles. Being a non-drinker and f...
by Now We Are Hungry on Jul 25, 2015

Sushi Take-Out Dotonburi – Osaka, Japan

I’ll be posting a lot of backlog from my last Osaka trip so this is just a heads up. I get a lot of messages from family and friends asking me what my favorite Osaka food finds are so I thought it’d be convenient to just post them all her...
by Now We Are Hungry on Jul 20, 2015

La Cabrera – 6750 Makati

I heard a lot of mixed reviews about La Cabrera when it opened, a lot of which were on the negative side so I wasn’t so bent on trying it. For Father’s Day though my dad really wanted to eat there so I went along with the plans and finall...
by Now We Are Hungry on Jul 19, 2015

Sandaya Yakiniku – Pasay Road, Makati

I’ve been eating in Sandaya for almost a decade now. It’s the family’s go-to spot for a great Yakiniku dinner. We’re creatures of habit and when we like a restaurant, we go very frequently and end up ordering the same thing. S...
by Now We Are Hungry on Jul 19, 2015

Syabuya Sukiyaki – Osaka, Japan

It’s strange but I’ve been visiting Osaka yearly for 3 years now and I find that sukiyaki shops are hard to come-by. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot of restaurants and food everywhere – but the thing with Japan is that...
by Now We Are Hungry on Jul 19, 2015

Ooma Japanese Rice Bar – Megamall

I wrapped a commercial project today and it felt great! Had the final edit today with both client and agency and it all went smooth sailing. Yep, there aren’t really any holidays in my line of work. I’m babbling here cause I’m exci...
by Now We Are Hungry on Jul 17, 2015

Where to Eat in Gibraltar? Try The Little Rock Cafe in Casemates Square

Lying in the heart of Casemates square lies a tiny gem of a restaurant called The Little Rock Cafe. A true testament to the words "gastronomy at its finest". To give you a bit of history and to be able to fully immerse yourself in The Little Rock Caf...
by The Travelling Postcard on Jun 29, 2015

Japan Convenience Store Finds – Vol.1

Japan is convenience store heaven. There’s literally a shop in every corner. The hotel I’m in is surrounded by Family Marts – there are two here indirectly across each other at just 20 paces apart. When I travel, I like digging thro...
by Now We Are Hungry on May 30, 2015


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