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Grill Time, Chill Time

Summer is the time of year to dust-off and clean the grill that’s been sitting around the house waiting to be used. Although I love my grill pan to bits, using a proper grill is still a different experience especially when with good company. When the time comes to grill, we like to match it… Continue reading Grill Time, Chill Time

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Korean BBQ Experience @ Misoga

We finally got a chance to try the BBQ grill at the Korean restaurant, Misoga, which recently opened their second restaurant at Hegibachplatz. As the weather improves, it was imminent to experience Korean BBQ. SoGoGi was the main dish grilled which is basically marinated beef which you grill yourself or with assistance on your table.… Continue reading Korean BBQ Experience @ Misoga

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Pork BBQ

Successfully cooked pan-fried pork steak BBQ. I would’ve had it with some greens or medallions but cubed potatoes aren’t a bad sub. Having the day off means having enough time to  marinate meat for a few hours letting it absorb that delicious sauce I oh so crave. What’s in it: – Pork – Soy sauce… Continue reading Pork BBQ

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Oven-Baked Chicken Wings in Honey & BBQ Sauce

I don’t know why I never used honey whenever I cooked chicken wings. I have it with my tea all the time and I see it in menus and stuff but why haven’t I? I ended up making it with Pinoy-style BBQ sauce but not made with just brown sugar but with honey as a… Continue reading Oven-Baked Chicken Wings in Honey & BBQ Sauce

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Filipino (Pinoy) BBQ Pork Chops

Another craving for the foodie. It was mean’t to be. I was at the grocery after work grabbing some food to prepare for dinner et voilà! Meat was half the price for double the amount of a regular day. It was our lucky day that deserved a perfect meal. Pinoy-style BBQ just for you.

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Swiss National Day, 1 August 2013

The holiday is celebrated to comemorate the expulsion of the foreign bailiffs in the 14th century. In the same manner, the municipalities set off fireworks, the children walk through the streets carrying Chinese lanterns. Flags fly above both public and private buildings and bakers decorate their rolls with the Swiss flags. It was the first… Continue reading Swiss National Day, 1 August 2013