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05:00AM October 10, 2014 - by: photofood

Meatloaf

Meat Loaf


(American)

Dish of ground meat mixed with other ingredients, formed into a loaf shape, then baked or smoked. The loaf shape is formed by either cooking it in a loaf pan, or forming it by hand on a flat baking pan. ...

05:00AM October 08, 2014 - by: foodmaster

Meatloaf

Meat Loaf


(American)

Dish of ground meat mixed with other ingredients, formed into a loaf shape, then baked or smoked. The loaf shape is formed by either cooking it in a loaf pan, or forming it by hand on a flat baking pan. ...

05:00AM October 07, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Taiwanese Sausage


(Chinese)

05:00AM October 07, 2014 - by: foodmaster

Sopa De Carne

Sopa de res


(Peruvian)

Beef version of the chicken soup

05:00AM October 07, 2014 - by: foodmaster

Chao Nian Gao

Stir Fried Rice Cakes


(Chinese) (Chinese-Shanghainese)

Stir Fried Rice Cakes

05:00AM October 07, 2014 - by: foodmaster

Sticky Rice Shu Mai


(Chinese)

05:00AM October 07, 2014 - by: foodmaster

Fried Dumplings

Pan-fried dumplings, potsti...


(Chinese)

Dumplings are a food that consists of small pieces of dough, either cooked alone or wrapped around a filling. They can be based on flour, potatoes or bread, and may include meat, fish, vegetables, or sweets. They may be cooked ...

05:00AM October 05, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Asado

asado de res


(Peruvian)

Like in the United States, roast beef – or asado de res – is a very common and popular dish in Peruvian kitchens. It’s usually flavored with a variety of herbs and spices, and then slow cooked in a roasting ...

05:00AM October 05, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Asado

asado de res


(Peruvian)

Like in the United States, roast beef – or asado de res – is a very common and popular dish in Peruvian kitchens. It’s usually flavored with a variety of herbs and spices, and then slow cooked in a roasting ...

05:00AM October 05, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Asado

asado de res


(Peruvian)

Like in the United States, roast beef – or asado de res – is a very common and popular dish in Peruvian kitchens. It’s usually flavored with a variety of herbs and spices, and then slow cooked in a roasting ...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Lechon


(Filipino)

The lechon is the most invited party guest in the Philippines. The entire pig is spit-roasted over coals, with the crisp, golden-brown skin served with liver sauce, the most coveted part. In Cebu, the stomach of the pig is stuffed ...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Kaldereta

Caldereta


(Filipino)

Goat meat stew from the Philippines. Commonly the goat meat is stewed with vegetables and a liver paste. Vegetables may include tomatoes, potatoes, olives, bell peppers and hot peppers.

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Chicken Afritada

Chicken Stew


(Filipino)

Chicken stew. Why it’s awesome: Spanish influences can be found throughout Filipino cuisine, and this tomato-based stew with chicken, peppers, and onions is one of the heartiest examples. http://www.buzzfeed.com/melis...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Kare-Kare

Oxtail Stew


(Filipino)

Oxtail stew. Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are ox tail, tripe, and pork leg; on some occasions goat and chicken meat are also used. ...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Lechon


(Filipino)

The lechon is the most invited party guest in the Philippines. The entire pig is spit-roasted over coals, with the crisp, golden-brown skin served with liver sauce, the most coveted part. In Cebu, the stomach of the pig is stuffed ...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Lumpia

Loempia, Loenpia, Ngohyong


(Filipino)

Lumpia is a Filipino savory snack similar to spring rolls. It is made of a thin dough "lumpia wrapper" containing a filling that varies from chopped vegetables to minced meat. Lumpia is served in any kind of gathering celebration in ...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Lumpia

Loempia, Loenpia, Ngohyong


(Filipino)

Lumpia is a Filipino savory snack similar to spring rolls. It is made of a thin dough "lumpia wrapper" containing a filling that varies from chopped vegetables to minced meat. Lumpia is served in any kind of gathering celebration in ...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Biko

Sweet Sticky Rice


(Filipino)

This creamy, easy-to-make dessert only requires a few ingredients. But it still packs a ton of flavor, and it’s garnished with equally addictive latik, or cooked-down coconut milk or cream. http://www.buzzfeed.com/melis...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Halo-Halo


(Filipino)

Dessert made with a hodgepodge of ingredients, including shaved ice, sweet beans, fruit, tapioca, and ube ice cream. http://www.buzzfeed.com/melis...

05:00AM October 01, 2014 - by: itisclaudio

Sisig


(Filipino)

Nothing goes to waste in Filipino food. In the culinary capital of Pampanga, they turn the pork’s cheeks, head and liver into a sizzling dish called Sisig. The crunchy and chewy texture of this appetizer is a perfect match for ...