After our first sardines taste test came out, a bunch of our readers called us out for missing some of their favorite brands.

Tiramisu is traditionally made using coffee. And we honestly have no qualms with that.

Not everyone’s a fan of embutido; and we get it. Ground pork, hotdog, boiled eggs, relish, raisins—and then you can eat it cold? That’s pretty unsettling.

Caprese salad doesn’t require much else other than five or six ingredients.

Chicken soup is a quintessential sick-day recipe. It’s synonymous to comfort and healing; even inspiring its own namesake feel-good book series.

Margarine is an indispensable ingredient in any Filipino kitchen. The butter substitute is basically processed vegetable oil commonly used for cooking, baking, and flavoring.

It’s no secret that pastillas are easy to make. (Heck, you probably made it for class in grade school.

Everyone just loves to hate cheese pimiento. It’s not exactly what you’d want in a sandwich, and it’s not anyone’s first choice as an appetizer dip.

Butter sandwiches are the OG recess baon. The snack is made up of two (or three) soda crackers smeared with butter cream filling.

Let’s set aside K-Pop and korea-novelas for a second, and focus on another thing we love about South Korea: its cuisine. While the likes of, samgyupsal and bulgogi have graced our palates, we have yet to be familiar with Korean street food.



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