July 27, 2017
Kumis

The Kumis Magic: the Power of Fermented Mare’s Milk

Drinking fermented horse’s milk? I’ve heard about it. I thought about it. I doubted it. I thought I’d never get into it. And now I’m obsessed. It’s natural to use dairy products from the animals people have. So, using milk […]
March 21, 2017

Romanian Food: Pork, Beef, Polenta, Sour Cream, and Repeat

Romanian dishes are full of tradition, love, and pork fat (yes!) Ah, Romanian food. Why didn’t I know this before? I enjoy learning about other cuisines and trying to replicate them at home. How Korean of me. Traveling in a […]
November 2, 2016

8 Must Try Food in Singapore

Food, Food, Food! A visit to Singapore isn’t complete without digging into the local cuisine. From noodle soup to dim sum, seafood to desserts, there are many, almost too many, options for dining. The city is blessed with countless hawker […]
March 4, 2016

Glorious Malaysian Food

Do you like Malaysian Food? Me too. Look at these photos, how can I not? Malaysia is a complex country. There’s the religion, history with the indigenous tribes, palm oil and the rainforest, history of immigrants, politics, and many more […]
December 18, 2015

Culinary Delights of Japan: The Big Three

What to eat in Japan? Japan is known for many things: the polite attitude of people, diverse landscapes, anime, and also the complex history between my home country. But for three days in Tokyo, I got to experience arguably the […]
July 5, 2013

Runaway Photo: What I’ve Eaten in My Neighborhood in KL, Malaysia

  These are the food I found within three blocks from where I’m staying in Kuala Lumpur.   I’m at 30 Jalan Tun H.S. Lee to be exact, and it’s full of pleasant eateries. One of the many reasons why […]
March 8, 2013

Runaway Photo: Busan Seafoood

  If you like seafood, you’ll love Busan!   Seafood has been an important staple food in Korea for thousands of years. Food culture is one of the most important and strongest part of this country, as we know. I […]
December 18, 2012
Pierogi in Poland

Introducing Polish Food

My Favourite Polish Cuisine Thanks to Milk Bar (Bar mleczny), it’s easy to get Polish food with a very reasonable price. The term milk bar (different from Australian term) was created in 1896 in Warsaw, because the place offered milk-based […]
September 17, 2012

Typical Saturday Night in Poland – Vodka, Vodka, Vodka

“Na zdrowie.”   We cheer and empty the shot glass. Rich honey flavour is filled in my mouth. Slowly, I can feel the alcohol traveling down to my throat, and to stomach eventually.   “That was for the first leg. […]
September 7, 2012

What Have I Eaten in Korea – Korean Food from iPhone

    I was looking for photos from Korea for my lastest post, My Super Korean Identity Revealed. I lost a lot of photos after my five-year-old laptop broke down, so most of the old photos were from my phone. Ever […]
August 24, 2012

Culinary Heaven is Right Here – Food of Vietnam

“Vietnam is a country of food, a country of skinny people obsessed with eating.” – From ‘Catfish and Mandala’ by Andrew X. Pham You’re right Andrew, they really are. One thing I didn’t worry in Vietnam was; what to eat. […]
August 20, 2012

Mustamakkara: The Black Sausage Controversy

Mustamakkara, the black sausage. Would you eat it? Mustamakkara, the black sausage, is an authentic Finnish cuisine that originated in Tampere region. You can get it in other places in Finland, but not as authentic as Tampere’s. It’s the best […]