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Quinoa and Grain Love by Cashie Mode on Apr 4, 2013Been conscious lately with what I eat and I just discovered this deli around the block which offers fresh salads. On my first try I bought this Quinoa salad and I loved it! It was so refreshing and it really tasted good. The next day went back and go...



Hemingway's, Manly by 3748miles on Mar 18, 2013Hemingway's is one of those precious gems that I wish I would've found earlier. It's located in right on Manly beach, undeniably one of my favourite beaches here in Sydney.* That's why I just had to bring my good friend Heish over when she visited...



Chef Bernard.Com redefines classic Filipino flavors into a new dining experience by Juan Traveler on Mar 15, 2013More often than not, a lot of new restaurants sprout within the metropolis and are still counting. The challenge now, is how to keep up with the food lovers momentum and how these new food joints keep up their existence in this industry. They came, s...



lentil quinoa soup by Pinoy Recipe on Mar 6, 2013A few nice Recipe images I found: lentil quinoa soup Image by t-dubisme Recipe: www.thecleaneatingmama.com/2010/12/lentil-quinoa-soup.html lentil quinoa soup Image by t-dubisme Recipe: www.thecleaneatingmama.com/2010/12/lentil-quinoa-soup.html...



Festive Quinoa by Manila Spoon on Dec 31, 2012  I am truly Quinoa's number 1 fan nowadays! I love cooking it and enjoy it as my new found rice replacement. I thought it would be great to make it for the holidays. I experimented cooking it with some spices and see if it would work. I also add...



How to Cook Quinoa by Manila Spoon on Dec 12, 2012#print-recipe {display: block; } I love rice!!! I am Asian and Filipino so, my country men and myself, normally eat rice 3x a day and that is not a joke! We have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner, not to mention as a snack (think - Bahaw - cold r...



My first encounter with quinoa by The Tummy Train on Oct 19, 2012We interrupt your regular apple and pumpkin-filled autumn foodfest with something hearty and healthful. Not that apples and pumpkins aren’t healthy, or that people ever get tired of autumn foods. Think of this as a sort of palate-cleanser, if y...



Skill Shop #12: Roast Beef Tenderloin (with Mushroom Quinoa Risotto) by The Fat Kid Inside on Sep 27, 2012So last time i taught you how to cook a steak. Today i will teach you one other technique i like to use with good quality meat. It is important that you use a whole slab of tenderloin for this to work properly and the best way to eat it is to bring u...



Sunday Stovetop: Quinoa Paella by Trip or Treats on Aug 18, 2012My mother has this nasty habit of opening all the cupboards in the pantry and nagging that I buy things that I don’t need, and they just expire or get forgotten. I always tell her that I always put these ingredients to good use. So one Sunday,...



A Journey of a Lifetime ( Part 5 ) The Maras Salt Mines by Asunta Rufino's Travels Thru Life... on Jul 23, 2012From Moray -- the group headed towards the famous salt mines of Maras. It is also known as Salinas de Maras. Maras has an elevation of 11,500 feet above sea level. This picturesque town is home to the most important salt mines in the region. The salt...