Food is truly a fundamental part of every culture; it connects us with other people during our travels and gives us ‘tasteful’ memories to indulge or crave for years to come. So with the dizzying number of cuisines in the world, let me help guide you in creating the best foodie adventure as you discover amazing food, one bite at a time!
I love to cook ever since I started to live by myself (I was 19). At first, it was just a necessary thing to do, but as time passed on, I found joy in planning my meals and discovering new recipes.
After I started to live a travel lifestyle in 2013, cooking became even MORE of an enjoyable thing to do! I was constantly exposed to various cuisines; that’s why naturally, my fascination for creating and recreating authentic dishes gradually grew – there’s a certain wonder to making food hands-on, even more so if they are foreign dishes! So if you’re interested in doing the same, below are the recipes that I have tried, tested, and loved ♥
My first ever teppanyaki experience in Tokyo, Japan was phenomenal as got the chance to taste the world-famous authentic Hida beef and Kobe beef!
Helsinki isn't typically referred to as a culinary destination, but after my week-long stay, I've come to see how it can be a foodie's haven!
Kinilaw Recipe: a popular Philippine appetizer dish especially for beer-drinking sessions. (No cooking involved — so yes, it's that easy!)
Eating insects in Thailand is a normal thing for locals—but not for you! Here are the top tips on how and where to eat these edible insects.
Got overripe bananas? Nutella? Some marshmallows? Then let's make some and do this delicious banana whoopie pie recipe!