Recipes

Korean HOT Fried Chicken

For a version of classic Korean fried chicken that truly rules the roost, these juicy, boneless chicken wings or thighs are coated in a light batter to produce an extra-crispy crust, then lacquered with a gingery hot pepper paste. Serve it as a snack on its own or as part of a meal with rice […]

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Caribbean Broiled Salmon

Broiling salmon is one of the fastest and most moist methods to prepare it. It keeps the interior delicate while heating the exterior. When you make this jerk salmon, your house could smell like a Caribbean charcoal barbecue. Don’t be concerned if the salmon darkens significantly while it cooks; this indicates that it’s almost done. […]

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Mind

Enhance your Cognitive Power with these Natural Supplements and Nootropics

The brain is the most sophisticated organ in the human body. In addition, it can store a lifetime of memories, something no contemporary computer can equal. In healthy individuals, nootropics are dietary supplements that have the potential to increase brain capacity. The capacity to focus, recall, learn, play, and keep a clear and active mind […]

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Unbeatable Shrimp Fajitas

Shrimp fajitas are tossed together quickly. The shrimp are marinated for no more than 30 minutes in a mixture of lime juice and zest, chipotle adobo sauce from a can, olive oil, cumin, and garlic. In the marinade, I use just enough adobo sauce to get the spicy and somewhat sweet flavor without overpowering the […]

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Drink, Nick, WIne

Exceptional global white wines to discover this Month

Join me this month to rediscover exceptional whites of the world! I have curated this list of fun, lively and fresh whites which represent exceptional value to me and are perfect for the blistering hot sun this time of the year across Asia. Leave a comment if you have tried any of these curations. Soalheiro […]

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Drink, Nick, WIne

5 Exciting Red Wines to Explore this month

Because life is too short for terrible wine, so I sacrificed my liver for your benefit! I present several outstanding wines that pack a lot more punch than their price tags. This month, I looked for refinement in every sip, as well as wines that go well with steakhouse fare or simply on their own. Fitapreta – Preta Cuvée David Booth Grande Reserva […]

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Body

Why I added TRX and suspension training to my workout routine

TRX is an abbreviation for Total Resistance Exercises and refers to a type of specialist suspension training kit. It uses the user’s body weight and gravity to work out while also improving flexibility, balance, core stability, and strength. According to the TRX creators, this groundbreaking suspension training technique was created after extensive research involving various […]

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Eat, Singapore

Restaurants to try this week in Singapore

Can’t decide where to dine out this weekend? We got you covered with these 5 great restaurants in Singapore! from the cult classics to some traditional ones. Our team has curated these stellar dining options for you this week! 1. Cure Cure is Andrew Walsh’s first venture as Chef-Owner and is a restaurant that is […]

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Eat

Spoons, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Spoons is a hidden gem in Siem Reap, bridging the gap between exquisite dining and casual style. Fresh local products, simple cooking techniques, and outstanding flavors are all housed in a casual hut-like environment and served by expertly trained staff, making it a diamond in a field of rubies. The grilled freshwater fish and Khmer […]

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Eat, Seoul

Restaurants in Seoul to discover this week

There are so many unique restaurants in Seoul to discover every week, this week we wanted you to discover some absolute traditional restaurants, from, of course, traditional Korean restaurants to Southern-style BBQ and even great Michelin rated Chinese cuisine! BBQ 853 This small gem was discovered on a side street in the Insa-dong neighborhood. Pork […]

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Recipes

Tempura Shrimp Gambas

When I created this dish my intention was to create a fusion of tempura shrimp and a shrimp popper. The light tempura batter goes perfect with garlic mayo and a zesty sprinkle of freshly squeezed lime juice. A wonderful addition to any dinner spread! Serves 3-4 Ingredients Peanut oil for frying500 grams peeled shrimp1 ½ […]

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Meatballs Parmigiana The Real Deal

Whether you serve it over spaghetti, in a sandwich roll, or straight from the pan with garlic bread on the side, these meatballs parmigiana are the real deal and make a satisfying, delicious supper. Form the meatballs up to a day ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to fry. However, they are best fried […]

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Nick’s Baked Macaroni and Cheese

There’s regular macaroni and cheese, and then there’s this special occasion macaroni and cheese. Unlike other recipes, this one starts with a milk-and-egg base, which gives the dish a very rich, smooth flavor. A layer of smoked Gouda provides a gooey, molten core, while extra-sharp Cheddar adds tartness. If you can’t get gouda, shredded mozzarella […]

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Butter Chickpeas Tikka Masala

This aromatic stew, a vegetarian take on Indian butter chicken, is flavored with cinnamon, garam masala, and fresh ginger and is rich and creamy thanks to the coconut milk. Cubed tofu for a soft textural contrast, or cubed seitan for a chewy one, could be added here. Alternatively, serve it over rice to soak up […]

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