Food & Drink


A Guide To The Best Bar In Porto

March 23, 2017

Well! The old town of Porto offers a wonderful backdrop to sit and watch the world go by and where better to do so than in one of the city’s best bars. And today we pick out some of the best  bar in Porto for you. Gin Lovers: The Gin Club The Gin Club has […]

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Night Shift Brewery, Massachusetts

Top 5 Craft Beer In USA

March 16, 2017

Well! When people outside of America think of American beer, the first thing that comes to mind is probably Budweiser, or Miller Lite. If you hear someone saying ‘Jubelale by Deschutes Brewery’, you know you have met a diehard craft beer fan. And here are our top pick of the top 5 craft breweries in […]

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Top Tasty Fries Around the World

March 14, 2017

Fries can be topped heavily or exotically too. For instance, while adding a layer of melted cheese or a spicy chilli is common, garlic crab French fries using top quality succulent crab meat are gaining popularity. Who knows, maybe someday soon we will eat fries covered in caviar too. As these humble potatoes transform into […]

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Rice Dishes

Tasty Rice Dishes from Around the World

March 8, 2017

Yep! We like rice – Short grain – Long grain – Wild or Jasmine. We steam it or cheat it with a pack of ‘ready prepared’. We eat it with sweet-and-sour chicken, pour curry all over it, even use it to replace buns (like a rice burger sold by McDonald’s in Asia). To many, rice […]

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pi day

Top Handy Roundup American Pies To Celebrate Pi Day

March 7, 2017

Well! Pi Day, a quirky international holiday celebrating all things pi(e) on 14 March. Because of pi, which is recognized as the Greek letter “π,” we’ve got a built-in excuse to eat dessert all day long. The symbol represents the mathematical ratio of a circle to its diameter, which clocks in at 3.14159. While the […]

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Old Chinatown in Shanghai

A Complete Guide to Travel to Shanghai

March 6, 2017

Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, with distinctive pink spheres. Sprawling Yu Garden […]

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Tropical fruits from the Caribbean

8 Popular Jamaican Dishes and Where to Find Them

March 3, 2017

If you visit Jamaica you can expect to see many of the same dishes served in restaurants, cafes and snack shops everywhere on the island, all of which utilize fresh ingredients and local staples like cassava, breadfruit, chicken, seafood, ackee, plantains, scotch bonnet peppers and allspice berries. So, today here are just a few of […]

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Most Expensive Foods in the World

The Most Expensive Foods in the World

March 2, 2017

Well! Today we introduce to you the top 7 most expensive foods in the world. So do you wander which top 7 the world’s most expensive foods and wonder why do they so expensive? Okay, now let’s check it out! Norma’s at Le Parker Meridien, New York, New York So the name may be a […]

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Raichi Cocktail

The Most Beautiful Cocktails in America

February 25, 2017

You know you’re in a special kind of Tokyo-style cocktail lounge when you have the option of a retinal scan for entry. Tucked into a corner of the upscale Buckhead neighborhood that includes Tom Ford, Dior and Hermes boutiques and a coffee shop where no one bats an eye when Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm saunters […]

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Spicy slow cooker chili colorado recipe

Homemade Spicy Slow Cooker Chili Colorado Recipe

February 23, 2017

This slow cooker version effectively melds authentic Mexican flavors with a little help from your trusty slow cooker. It’s the kind of recipe that requires some initial prep, after which you can sit back and relax while the dish cooks itself. Three types of dried chilies — New Mexico chilies, ancho chilies, and chilies de […]

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