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Hanwoo beef ++1 grade. Visit Seoul beef market!

Hanwoo beef ++1 grade. Visit Seoul beef market!

Seasoned pig feet at Ohyang Jokbal restaurant Seoul.

Seasoned pig feet at Ohyang Jokbal restaurant Seoul.

If you visit Korea, try many different kinds of local food! There are more than bbq and kimchi. www.toursbyaaron.com

If you visit Korea, try many different kinds of local food! There are more than bbq and kimchi. www.toursbyaaron.com

The best place for sea food in Seoul!

The best place for sea food in Seoul!


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Broccoli Beef  #ChineseFood

Broccoli Beef #ChineseFood

Japanese food -yakitori- (Skewered Chicken)

Japanese food -yakitori- (Skewered Chicken)

Happy Call Pan Beef Roll (Gyu Nanban Yaki).

Happy Call Pan Beef Roll (Gyu Nanban Yaki)

Happy Call Pan Beef Roll (Gyu Nanban Yaki).

Nilagang Baka Filipino Food Recipe #Food

Nilagang Baka Filipino Food Recipe #Food

Joining the Yabu bandwagon :) The only restaurant that I've eaten at so far to serve thick and quality meat katsu. To me that's the difference.

Joining the Yabu bandwagon :) The only restaurant that I've eaten at so far to serve thick and quality meat katsu. To me that's the difference.

For the entree, I want Kobe Beef

For the entree, I want Kobe Beef

South through La Union to the province of Pangasinan. Famous for the Hundred Islands this province is also famous for its food, the best of which has to be Broiled Boneless Bangus. Bangus (Milkfish) is the national fish of the Philippines, it’s not an overpowering fishy taste and not too heavy. In Pangasinan they can fry up some bangus for you that is so delicious that it will be a meal you won’t soon forget. The crispy fish breaks apart and melt in ur mouth and is a true delight in every…

South through La Union to the province of Pangasinan. Famous for the Hundred Islands this province is also famous for its food, the best of which has to be Broiled Boneless Bangus. Bangus (Milkfish) is the national fish of the Philippines, it’s not an overpowering fishy taste and not too heavy. In Pangasinan they can fry up some bangus for you that is so delicious that it will be a meal you won’t soon forget. The crispy fish breaks apart and melt in ur mouth and is a true delight in every…

street food ^^

street food ^^

Spam maki @kimonoken1

Spam maki @kimonoken1

Foodagraphy. By Chelle.: Gyudon (牛丼) and Onsen tamago (温泉卵)

Foodagraphy. By Chelle.: Gyudon (牛丼) and Onsen tamago (温泉卵)

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