Fujiya Gummy Candy


Yesterday I eat Fujiya Gummy Candy and I really like the taste of it, as well which blends the tastes. But for me I found it very delicious. And what I like in this gummy candy it is chewy and soft to eat. Fujiya Gummy Candy has different colors orange, yellow green and pink. I really like Japan products, especially Japanese food products because my hobby is eating i found out that Japanese food products has a good tastes to eat. I will eat this Fujiya Gummy Candy again. I am sure if you have tried the sweet and sour […]

Choco Baby


This Meiji milk chocolate has three varieties of flavors chocolate, marble candy, Choco coated biscuit. At first when I gave these three flavors to my two daughters they are both excited to taste and tell me the difference of each flavor. But the flavor that best tastes to my kids is “Choco baby”. Choco baby are tiny little pellets candy. Yet too small but the taste really love my three years old daughter, she smiled at me while eating this Choco baby and asking me to open another one. The sweet milk chocolate is exactly what the children want. The […]

Castella: Japanese Sponge Cake


Castella, a specialty of Nagasaki and brought to Japan by Portuguese way back 16th century. It is also known as Japanese Sponge Cake that made of sugar, eggs, flour and starch syrup. The fluffy texture and light taste of sponge cake and the unique style of cooking this is very interesting. Since Japan is one of the countries that cook traditionally they still use the unique way of cooking or backing this cake traditionally until now.

Yummy and Creamy Strawberry Crepe


Crepe is a type of pancake that usually very thin; it is made from wheat or buckwheat flour. Crepes are popular throughout France and became popular worldwide. The sweet taste of Crepe and also the fillings are the advantage of this recipe that is why it boomed worldwide. Since we are adventurous by the taste of one recipe, we usually experiment and add some recipe.

Homemade Quark Bread


Quark is a diary product that is commonly used in German-speaking countries and Northern Europe, Quark is translated as curd cheese, farmer cheese and cottage cheese. Making Homemade Quark Bread is a little bit hard, but when you usually bake loaf and some type of bread, you can easily get and understand the process of preparing Homemade Quark Bread. Quark is a hard to find since it is usually available in Northern Europe, but you can find it in some market but the price is a bit high, find the best brand so that you can get the fresh dairy […]

Lemon & Poppy Seed Cake


Who does not want a Poppy Seeds? But for some readers, what Poppy Seeds really is? Poppy Seeds is an oilseed obtained from the opium poppy. The tiny color black kidney-shaped seeds have been harvested for thousands of years. It can be used whole or ground and used in many type of food.



Meringue is a type of dessert associated with Italian, Swiss and French cuisine. It is made from egg whites and sugar. Meringue is such a great dish but the process of this recipe is hard. Even the recipe are just two to four ingredients, the process should be carefully done including the room temperature. One of the important matters during process is the room temperature. The key to the formation of a good meringue is the stiff peaks, formed by denaturing the protein via mechanical shear.

Pastel De Nata


Pastel De Nata is a Portuguese tart made from egg pastry and common in countries like Brazil, Cape Verde, Angola and introduced later in China. In addition, it is also popular in countries like Canada, Australia, US and France that has significant Portuguese immigrant population.

Walnut Maple Cake


In every feast or celebration cake is the main dish or sweet in the table and a good garnishing or presentation of the cake is also an advantage in every celebration. However, even if the presentation, color and the design of the cake good but the taste of the cake is not that perfect or not good at all it will be your disadvantage. If you are having a hard time when it comes to the taste of the cake and preparing the recipe of it, I will be the one who will help you to fix the things that’s […]

Sacher Cake


Kids just love chocolate and Sacher cake is just perfect for them. This cake is originally from Austria in Vienna, invented by Franz Sacher in 1832 for the prince Wenzel von Metternich. This is one of the popular culinary specialties and December 5 is their National Sachertorte Day.

Coffee Cream Cake


Isn’t it amazing to know the different techniques of baking? However, baking is a little bit hard to make, by just baking itself. But when you study on how to bake, you can get the techniques and also you can learn many things not just baking but making frosting’s and more.

Coconut Bean Soup (Tanzanian cuisine)


A lovely and spicy dish from Tanzania, it is a soup that basically has a coconut milk that makes the soup creamy. Tanzanian cuisine is a both unique and widely varied. Since the country is tropical, coconut is very popular in Tanzania because of the temperature and the weather they experience. Coconut Bean Soup is a spicy and creamy dish that cooks most of the region in Tanzania, but every region also has different and unique foods. In Tanzania, the Ugali is also popular which I also posted in my blog. Have a try of this dish and taste their […]

Ugali (Ugandan dish)


Ugandan cuisine is consisting of both traditional and modern style of cooking; with English and Arab influences they discover a lot of food that help them to create a delicious food. Most of the tribe in Uganda have their own style of cooking depending on the region, the dish and delicacies has different taste but delicious. A dish includes various vegetables, potatoes, bananas and other tropical fruits. They are also popular when it comes to both fresh and dried variety of fruits and vegetables.

Papaya Salad (Lao cuisine)


Lao cuisine is a cuisine of Laos, their cuisine or dish has distinct from the other Southeast Asian cuisine. Lao dishes are often combined with sticky rice, they consider this as what Lao really is, and the team work behind all the problems and the bonding from family to family. They often eat sticky rice using their hand, in fact, Lao are one of the country who uses sticky rice rather than normal rice worldwide.

Ful Medames (Egyptian Food)


Egyptian usually use vegetables and legumes, and since Egypt are rich of these crops they make their crops high quality and it is one of the factor that is why they produce large quantities of vegetables. Ful Medames is serve as a morning to mid-lunch food, it is also one of the national dish of Egypt, usually served with vegetables and hard-boiled egg.

Kebab (Iranian Cuisine)


Kebab is a Middle Eastern and Eastern Mediterranean dish and South Asian dish of piece of meat, vegetables and fish roasted in griller. In Eastern Mediterranean where it is mentioned by Homer as it is originated and later adopted in Central Asia and spread through South Asia and worldwide.

Gỏi Cuốn (Vietnamese Food)


Gỏi Cuốn means rice paper rolls or salad rolls in the North, Central and Southern Vietnamese dialect. It is Vietnamese traditional dish consisting of meat, prawn and vegetables. Gỏi Cuốn is listed at number 30 on “World’s 50 Most Delicious Food” by CNN Go in 2011. This dish gained popularity because of the healthy and fresh ingredients of Gỏi Cuốn. These rolls are very popular and it is always considered as appetizer among Vietnamese restaurants.

Salteñas (Bolivian Dish)


A Salteñas is a savoury pastries filled with beef, chicken, pork or vegetables and mixed in a sweet and slightly spicy sauce or very spicy sauce. The typical Salteñas can be found in any town or city throughout the Bolivia. It is a tradition to enjoy Salteñas as a mid-morning snack, the vendors are often starting selling Salteñas early in the morning and many customers are buying Salteñas as their heavy breakfast.

Nasi Lemak (Malaysian Food)


Malaysian cuisine is consisting of traditions and practices that reflect the multi-ethnic makeup of its population. Malaysian cuisine also has a national dish and it is Nasi Lemak. Nasi Lemak, it is a dish cooked in coconut milk and “pandan “leaf that is commonly found in Malaysia. The country such as Brunei, Singapore and Southern Thailand Nasi Lemak is also popular.

Bandeja Paisa (Colombian Cuisine)


Colombian food has a very unique taste buds, each of the region of the country has its own dish and recipe. Their cuisine offers dishes that have been handled generation to generation. Bandeja Paisa, this dish is one of their popular dishes; it is originally from the Andean region. Paisa refers to a person from the Paisa region. It also has many variations, some of the variation is known as Bandeja de Arrier, bandeja Montañera, or bandeja Antioqueña, these dish is the typical meal and popular meal of Colombian Cuisine.

Aloo Gobi (Indian Dish)


Aloo Gobi, it is also known as Alu Gobi. It is a dry Pakistani, Indian and Nepali Cuisine that made with potatoes and cauliflower. The color of this dish is yellow because of turmeric and occasionally it has contains kalonji and/or curry leaves. If you are interested in this recipe here are the ingredients.

Dulce De Leche (Argentine Cuisine)


Dulce De Leche is one of the popular national spread used to fill cakes or pancakes, it could be filled in toast bread and even ice cream flavour. The sweet taste of Dulce De Leche is prepared by slow heating of sweetened milk that creates a taste from Maillard reaction (it is a chemical reaction between amino acid and reducing sugars that gives different flavour by the time it turns brown), changing flavour and colour.

Chili Crab (Singaporean Cuisine)


Chili Crab is a dish that stir-fried in a semi-thick, sweet and a little bit savoury tomato and it is chili based sauce. Even the dish is named as Chili Crab it is not very spicy dish. Did you know that it is listed as World’s 50 most delicious foods compiled by CNN Go in 2011 and ranking on 35th?

Croquettes (Spanish Food)


Croquettes is small bread crumbed fried food from Spain that roll containing mashed potato and ground meat. Croquettes are not just popular in Spain but in other country as well, in Belgium, they have a variety of Croquettes that filled with shrimp and garnished with a slice of lemon and deep-fried parsley. They have different version of Croquettes because parsley and lemon are their favourite addition in every meal.

Pad Thai (Thai Cuisine)


Pad Thai, when you hear it, it is basically from Thailand. It is a stir-fried rice noodle that is commonly served as a street food. You can make this dish in less than half an hour. Some of the ingredients of Pad Thai are unfamiliar, the rice stick noodles, it is flat, pale and translucent. Unlike some of the pasta that can be bought anywhere, rice stick noodles do not need to be boiled, you just have to soak it in hot water and wait until the noodles are tender.

Brezel (German Food)


A Brezel, it is German term but in other country it is pretzel. It is baked type bread product made from dough and it is commonly shaped into a knot. In the early middle ages, it is originated in Europe and the “pretzel loop” is the traditional shape that until now they are following the loop. The ingredients and shape of the Brezel has a religious significance within the Catholic Church, it is basically prepared using only flour, water and this was traditionally made during Lent, during Lenten Season, all the Christians are forbidden to eat egg, dairy products like […]

Stingray Sambal (Indonesian Dish)


Technically, Sambal is a condiment and a chili-based sauce that has been known for a long time in Indonesia. Many of the dishes in the Indonesia is made with Sambal, it is made with shrimp paste, and some lemon juice and salt and pepper. We do have to prepare some water beside us because Sambal is really a spicy condiments and it complements really well in dishes.

Potjiekos (African Dish)


Africa is not just desert and wild animals but they also have food that will surely make your tummy full. Potjiekos it is literally translated ‘small pot food”. It is a stew that always prepared outdoor because they are using wood for fire so that you can have a distinctive taste and a smoky flavor. In 17th century, they found a homes and villages that preparing this dish; the pot is heated using a small amount of wood or sometimes charcoal.

Chilaquiles (Mexican Cuisine)


Chilaquiles – corn tortilla cut into quarters and lightly fried, this dish is a traditional food of Mexicans. The green or red salsa is poured over the tortilla called “totopos”. This is very delicious that you have to eat when you are in Mexico, this is a must try dish.

Falafel (Middle Eastern Food)


It is a deep-fried ball made from the ground chickpeas or fava beans and it is also good when both are mixed. It is commonly served with pita which wrapped in a flatbread known as lafa in Middle East. Falafel can be topped in different dish; it can be with salad, pickled veggies or drizzled with hot sauce.

Wonton (Chinese Food)


The origin of wonton can be dated way back 2000 years ago to Han Dynasty, this originally shaped crescent and use in activity of sacrifice and worship. The festival is called Winter Solstice Festival of the Song Dynasty (960 – 1279), the shops usually closed when the time they made wonton as a sacrificial offering for worships. Afterwards, they share wonton to the member of the family.

Chicken Parmigiana (Aussie Cuisine)


Chicken Parmigiana is a chicken dish based on the Italian Parmigiana, it is chicken breast covered with a tomato-based sauce and cheese. It became Australian food because it is regularly served in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide Pubs. In Australia, the addition of a slice ham or bacon to make up the Parmigiana, it is typically served with salad or chips on the side.

Steak (American Food)


Steak is a thick slice of meat that cut for roasting or pan frying or grilling, it is one of the comfort food of America, we all know that America most likely went to fast food and eat junk food but Americans also have an amazing taste when it comes to their appetite. Steak is basically a cut of meat; it can be beef, pigs, turkey, deer, bison, goat, sheep and also horse meat and as well as fish especially salmon. It is sliced perpendicularly to the muscle of the meat and including the bone. A grilled to perfection especially […]

Paella (Spanish Cuisine)


A Spanish cuisine, Paella is a rice dish that originated from mid-19th century in a coastal lagoon in Valencia, east of Spain. Spanish food historian noted that the dish has a symbol; it symbolizes two important cultures in the Spain. The Roman, who gives utensils and the Arab which bought the basic food of humanity.

Bibimbap (Korea)


Bibimbap is one of the popular foods in Korea; Bibimbap is literally means “mixed rice”. It is served with a bowl of white rice topped with seasoned vegetables (namul) and chilli pepper paste (gochujang), soy sauce and soybean paste. Bibimbap also has raw egg (sometimes fried) and slices of meat (usually beef), it is stirred together completely just before eating Bibimbap.

Macaron (French Sweets)


Macaron or Macaroon, Macron, McCarron or Macaroni (don’t be confused with different terms) is a French sweet merengue-based, it is made with egg white, almonds and sugar they also add a food coloring to add some life in the Macaron. The Macaron is filled with buttercream, ganache or jam filling, the fillings is sandwiched between the biscuit or cookies. Some of the common flavours of the Macarons are: Almond, Blueberry, Caramel, Chocolate, Coconut, Honey, Lemon, Orange, Peppercorn, Pistacio, Rose and Vanilla, they are also adding flavors to suit some of the customers taste.

Sushi (Japan)


First blog is from Japan. Japanese cuisine is all about raw food, they are eating raw fish that can be super delicious when they serve it along with the “Sushi Master”, that’s what they call it. There are different kinds of sushi: Nigiri, Gunkan, Norimaki, Temaki, Oshizushi, Inari and Chirashi.