Daniel Chan

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The best Surry Hills bars

The best Surry Hills bars

Crispy Fried Dill Pickles...  quite possibly the yummiest snack ever!  <3 ...  You'll want to add this to your MUST make list!

Crispy Fried Dill Pickles… this is my newest addiction! If youhaven’t had them add this to your MUST try board![EXTRACT]Crispy Fried Dill Pickles… this is my newest addiction! If youhaven’t had them add this to your MUST try board!

Mexican-Style Street Corn (Elotes)

Do you want your table to shine? What’s better than side dishes ? These Mexican style street corn elotes will make you proud. You’ll Need: 3 hulled ears of corn. ¼ cup of melted butter.

Seville is slowly becoming recognized as a haven for food lovers. We have amazing tapas. We have great local wines. We have access to excellent local produce. What’s there not to love? So for you food lovers who are coming discover everything about Andalusia’s capital, and more, here is our guide to Seville for foodies! http://devoursevillefoodtours.com/our-guide-to-seville-for-foodies/

A MUST READ if visiting Seville! Our Guide to Seville for Foodies: Seville is slowly becoming recognised as a foodie haven, and this guide is a must for any food lover planning to visit Andalusia's capital city!

Mie Goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) recipe - Please take note that this is a very simple version of this iconic Indonesian dish. It fits my busy schedule and doesn’t compromise on the taste.  #indonesian #noodles #30minutemeals

Mie Goreng recipe - Here is my mie goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) recipe. Please take note that this is a very simple version of this iconic Indonesian dish. It fits my busy schedules and doesn’t compromise on the taste.

If you live in (or have visited) Southeast Asia, you’d know that this is everyday street food, and a beloved breakfast/supper staple of many Singaporeans and Malaysians… #eggs #streetfood #breakfast

Fried Radish Cake (菜头粿) - If you live in (or have visited) Southeast Asia, you’d know that this is everyday street food, and a beloved breakfast/supper staple of many Singaporeans and Malaysians…