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Dig Your Face Into These Trendy Dirty Drinks

If you love munching on "dirty buns" - those chocolate dusted desserts prompting long queues at Bad Farmers Our Bakery, your local 7-Eleven, and seemingly everywhere in between -...  more »

05/14/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Flavor, Chefs, AsianSource: Gothamist

A Look At The Unfamiliar Ingredients That Make Filipino Food So Extraordinary

Chef King Phojanakong looked surprised at the large frozen chunk of blood sitting in the plastic food container. The blood hadn't completely thawed, despite the amount of time he...  more »

Filipino Food Finds a Place in the American Mainstream

In 1883, José Rizal, the future hero and martyr of the Philippine Revolution, was a homesick medical student abroad in Madrid. His longing for bagoong, a paste of seafood salted...  more »

03/02/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Meat, AsianSource: Msn

7 popular sandwiches of Asia, from roti kaya to noodle bun

Except for a few countries in Asia, bread isnt a staple food in much of the continent. Perhaps thats why when food vendors do come up with sandwiches, they are quite unusual and...  more »

02/26/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Asian, RestaurantsSource: Japan times

In Taiwan, top chefs are building on a long history of culinary exchange with Japan

Amid stalls pungently redolent of fermented stinky tofu an iconic Taiwanese snack hawkers sell local versions of Japanese dishes such as tempura, kushiage (breaded, fried morsels...  more »

The Guide to Hong Kong's 8 Best Coffee Shops

If youre used to buckling down and working for several hours in a coffee shop, you may run into some trouble in Hong Kong. Unlike American coffee shops, those in Hong Kong are...  more »

Pho Burritos and Boba Horchata: Cris and John Blends Mexican Fare and Vietnamese Street Food

Two months ago, Cristina Mendez and John Pham opened their first restaurant together. At the ripe age of 23, the couple decided to bring together the culinary bests of both of...  more »

The Newest Nightlife Trend in NYC? Omakase Cocktail Bars

New York City has a well-deserved reputation for being the epicenter of the craft cocktail movement. For decades, imbibers in search of a timeless Manhattan, a well-balanced Cosmo...  more »

Bill Kim hoping Olympics will shed new light on Korean cuisine

With the winter Olympics officially opening Friday, Chef Bill Kim will be serving up some Olympic-inspired dishes at his Chicagourbanbelly and bellyQ restaurants for the kick-off....  more »

02/12/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Asian, Street FoodSource: Msn

Singapore's vibrant street food culture

1/29 SLIDES Reuters Singapore's vibrant street food culture Located in southeast Asia, Singapore enchants visitors for a lot of reasons, and one of them is the delicious food that...  more »

Asian food tries to engage the mind, not just the palette.

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