I don’t know who this is.
Today we went to the Grand Asia Market in Charlotte. Its basically an all-oriental super market with an authentic chinese restaurant and bakery inside.
I ordered the double pan fried noodles, which you all should know is my favorite dish regardless. I first tried them in Guam, where I used to live. But ever since then I haven’t found a restaurant that makes it quite like they did in Guam. Until today.
On the 13th of August, 2011, my family went to Cary, NC, and we ate at this filipino sushi bar & grille called Joel’s. Their mostly known for their sushi, and it’s more of an americanized filipino restaurant. It actually has alot of international foods and such.
So I tried the Spicy Mongolian Beef, and it is served from a sizzling iron plate. It wasn’t as spicy as I expected but it had amazing flavor and great presentation. :)
Since school is starting soon and I won’t have much time to cook, I’m making a small new series called “Best Thing I’ve eaten”. I got the idea from the food network show Best Thing I Ever Ate. Its basically gonna be posts with pictures of a dish I’ve recently tried and loved. Obviously memorable dishes. This is just to keep the blog alive when I can’t make brand new posts.
So hope you like it :)
I would say my dad, because he is a very good cook. But when I think about it, my grandmother (on my moms side) who took care of me growing up in Guam, was honestly the best cook ever. Shes the reason I’m open to any and all kinds of foods. Even as a toddler she started feeding me different vegetables (real ones) and I never had to eat baby food. I’m not picky, and thats thanks to her. I miss you lola <3 hope to visit you soon.
Since my favorite restaurant is PF Changs, my favorite food is their Double Pan Fried Noodles (usually beef). Its awesome, it reminds me of Yakisoba from Guam :)
Well I have sooo many, considering I come from a family that sure as hell knows how to cook. I would love to name multiple.. but I would have to say as a tradition and a favorite, it would have to me Filipino Kare-Kare. Its a cury-peanut based recipe that uses oxtail, cabbage, and greenbeans. It has a thick soup/sauce with it and its best eaten with white steamed rice :) Its a little messy to eat, but deffinitely worth it<3
I would have to say eggs