Nissin Raoh (Raoh means King in Japanese) Ramen
The original Nissin Raoh ramen prides itself with a state- of-the-art, triple-layer, non-frying, ramen production process which gives birth to an instant ramen that is the same as, if not better than traditional Japanese ramen shops.Read more
Kimchi is well known as the iconic food of Korea.Read more
Koreans have enjoyed vegetable-based diets for many centuries. To reflect such a food culture, people here have used various methods to store vegetables over the winter, such as salting and fermenting.
The traditional tempura
Light and fluffy tempura is Japan’s contribution to the world of deep-fried foods. The batter-coated seafood and vegetables are traditionally fried in sesame oil and served with either a tiny pool salts。
Let’s go involve with a bit of Japanese food knowledge today.
What’s the difference between Gyoza and Potstickers? Sometimes I wonder that myself too because they look the same. And I have always thought that they are some sort of dumplings.
In Chinese culture, roundness symbolizes completeness and togetherness. A full moon symbolizes prosperity and reunion for the whole family. Round mooncakes complement the harvest moon in the night sky at the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The mooncake is not just a food. It's a profound cultural tradition deep in Chinese people's hearts, symbolizing a spiritual feeling. At Mid-Autumn Festival people eat mooncakes together with family, or present mooncakes to relatives or friends, to express love and best wishes.