What is Korean Blood Sausage?

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Soondae or Sundae, commonly known as Korean Blood Sausage, is a sausage made with cooked or dried blood and a filler that is thick enough to congeal when cooled. Pig, sheep, lamb, cow, chicken, or goose blood is most typically used. Sundae can be steamed and eaten on its own, but it’s … Read more

What Is The Asian Principle Of Five Elements In Cooking?

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Patience is a virtue in cooking, as it is in life. There are some things you simply cannot rush. Making delicious Chinese food, for example, a stew takes time. You’ll have to braise the beef, cook the vegetables, and do all the other prep work. Patience in the kitchen indicates that you … Read more

Learn About the Culture of Korean Food

Learn About the Culture of Korean Food

Apart from K-Pop, K-Dramas, cosmetic products, tech giants, and its stunning country itself, another fascinating aspect of South Korea is its food culture! The nation has a unique and rich taste in terms of food, bringing many popular dishes, such as kimchi, bibimbap, kimbap, Korean barbecue, and delicious hot pots and soups … Read more

15 Essential Vietnamese Cuisine Ingredients

15 Essential Vietnamese Cuisine Ingredients

Vietnamese cuisine visibly reflects Buddhist philosophy, associating the five fundamental tastes (sweet, spicy, salty, bitter, and sour) to the five natural elements (earth, metal, water, fire, and wood). Each also appeals to the five senses (mouth, nose, ear, tongue, and eyes), and corresponds to a color (yellow, black, white, red, and green.) … Read more

A Guide to Vietnamese Street Food

A Guide to Vietnamese Street Food

Like with its neighboring Asian countries, street food is vibrant and popular in Vietnam. You can find it everywhere, from the roving vendors, early morning local markets, sidewalk carts, and food joints, proving that it’s one of the heart and soul of mouthwatering Vietnamese cuisine. Despite such, you might be hesitant to … Read more

How can I log in to My BigPond Email and modify my account information?

How can I log in to My BigPond Email and modify my account information

An Australian internet service provider, BigPond, offers an email service called BigPond email. The speed, security, and functionality of this webmail service, offered by Australia’s biggest ISP, should make it a huge hit. BigPond.com email sign-in instructions may be found here. If you’ve already set up an account, you can simply log … Read more

Top Korean Street Food You Must Try


Any visitor in South Korea is astonished by the variety, affordability, and amazing tastes of the treats available in its streets. Indeed, Korea is a haven for street food and these gastronomical delights are a significant part of their pop and food culture.  You can easily spot vendors selling them on streets, … Read more

Top Must Try Korean Foods

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Korean cuisines embody a harmony of colorful flavors and nutrition. It represents the Korean culture that welcomes daring fusions for delicious food. From the fiery fermented Kimchi to the creamy Samgyetang and the stir-fried Japchae: there are several Korean foods to try. Let us have a look at the top must-try Korean … Read more

Guide to Banh Tieu

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Bánh tiêu, or Vietnamese hollow doughnut, is airy and light with a hollow interior, hence the name. These donuts aren’t overly sweet like the traditional western one and are usually coated with sesame seeds. Most first-generation kids from Vietnam would probably remember the bánh tiêu as a weekend treat, exclusively sold at … Read more

Guide to Chè Ba Mau

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Chè ba màu is a Vietnamese dessert made with a combination of ice slush, bouncy jelly, soft beans, and topped with a layer of rich coconut sauce. Chè ba màu translates to “three-color dessert” in Vietnamese and is similar to chè Thái. It also shares some similarities with Filipino halo-halo. While this … Read more

Guide to Xi Ma

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Black sesame sweet soup, or xi ma, is a popular Vietnamese dessert in Hoi An. It first came from the Fujian Province of China and is typically made with black sesame seeds, rice flour, sugar, coconut, and a Chinese herbal medicine called pennywort. Xi ma is usually served in small portions and … Read more

Guide to Bánh Dau Xanh/Mung Bean Pastry

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Bánh dau xanh or mung bean pastry is considered a representative of Vietnam‘s flavor. With its rustic and simple ingredients, the dessert shows the ingenuity and delicacy of industrious Vietnamese workers.  Hai Duong city, located within the Hanoi-Hai Phong-Quang Ninh tourist triangle, is home to the bánh dau xanh. When traveling to … Read more

Guide to Chè Bà Ba

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Chè bà ba is a Vietnamese sweet soup dessert typically made with a coconut soup base and square bits of cassava, taro, and khoai lang bí (a type of long sweet potato with yellow flesh and red skin). You can eat this dish hot, but you can also eat this cold with … Read more

Guide to Chè Bắp

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Chè Bắp or Sweet Corn Pudding is a delicious Vietnamese sweet soup elevated by the crispness and juiciness of corn. It can usually be eaten either hot or cold and served with a creamy coconut sauce. This dessert is dairy-free, naturally vegan, and gluten-free. Vietnamese people also use corn in their desserts … Read more

Guide to Vietnamese Desserts

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Vietnamese desserts might not have the same reputation as Vietnamese cuisine, but they also deserve their own spotlight. The typical traditional desserts in Vietnam have ingredients like coconut, glutinous rice, fruit jellies, coconut, and bean puddings. Vietnamese desserts can be in the form of doughy rolls, sweet soups, iced treats, cakes, and … Read more