Take all your long-weekend breaks to eat all the food you want at these give cities with awesome food. Continue reading Top 5 cities to go for its food during long weekends in 2016 (Singapore travellers)
I was thinking of buying a pineapple while out shopping today. I’ve never cut a pineapple before so I had to search for articles on how to cut pineapples.
The instructions seem simple enough so I bought one. After the shopping and cutting up of the fruit, I deduced that cutting pineapple is not as easy as people make it to be. Here’s why:
Instructions: Pick a pineapple that is yellow with green leaves.
What they don’t tell you: The yellow pineapples are hidden under the green ones so you have to battle through their prickly leaves to get the one you desire.
Christmas is coming! Starbucks Singapore released a new drink this season–the Christmas Cookie Latte.
According to Starbucks, the drink is:
An old fashioned tradition made new with fragrant steamed milk, rich espresso and buttery shortbread cookie sauce and cookie crumbles. The Starbucks Christmas Cookie Latte taste just like grandma made them. New and available together with your returning Christmas favorites.
Unfortunately, I never had a grandma who made Christmas Cookies for me so I couldn’t figure out what it tastes like. But the name has two of my favorite words “cookie” and “latte” so I thought I had to try it out.
Are overnight muesli really that beautiful when you eat it? Plus an overnight muesli recipe for a lazy person. Continue reading The ugly, tasty truth about overnight muesli
One, two, tea, four. Take a sip from Peru’s tea. Continue reading FoodFriday: The teas of Peru
Guess what these round thingamajigs are. (You’ve probably guessed it from the title.) Continue reading FoodFriday: Chocolate drink cubes from El Salvador
Welcome to YQtravelling’s FoodFriday. The day of the week when I show off some of the lovely eats I had while travelling.
Today’s feature is not food but a mysterious drink from Peru. Let’s check it out.
I have a soft spot for soft drinks despite knowing how bad they are for my health. I try to avoid them as much as I can but I occasionally reward myself with a cold can of Coca-Cola.
Of course all diet rules are out while travelling so I tried Peru’s famous soft drink Inca Kola. I usually order this drink to accompany my meals in local restaurants.
Even though I grew up in multicultural Malaysia where Malay, Chinese and Indian are the three biggest races, I am terribly unfamiliar with Indian food. It’s because we don’t have as much Indians where I live.
To tell you the truth, the only Indian dish I can order confidently is plain roti canai (which is yummy and flaky).
So when my friend Debbie introduced me to the wonderful world of Indian food, I was curious. And now, I am proud to say that I have a favorite Indian dish: ghee dosa.
As easy as minute soup? Check out sopas a la minuta from Peru. Continue reading FoodFriday: Soup a la minuta in Peru
Sometimes it is good to not listen to others and eat all the food you want. Continue reading Glutton in Peru: I ate at San Camilo market and didn’t get food poisoning