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5 Awesome Asian Food Blogs

Posted: 01/27/2017 12:06:00 PM
If you’re searching for great Asian recipes or reviews on restaurants in New York City and beyond, check out these five fantastic food bloggers, who dish on everything from Malaysian cookies to vegan banh mi to truffled adobo mushroom lumpia.

If you’re searching for great Asian recipes or reviews on restaurants in New York City and beyond, check out these five fantastic food bloggers, who dish on everything from Malaysian cookies to vegan banh mi to truffled adobo mushroom lumpia.

And for ingredients for your lumpia, stop by Filipino-American grocery store FilStop, owned by Erwin Santos, or visit FilStop’s selection of Filipino ingredients and order authentic Filipino food to be delivered right to your door.

My Inner Fatty

Nicholas Chen of My Inner Fatty is an engineer at Google by day and a food blogger by night, focusing on inexpensive and mostly Asian restaurants around New York. The blog is witty and easy to navigate; users can search by cuisine/type of food or neighborhood.

Eat to Blog

Co-founded by Howard Walfish of Brooklyn Vegetarian and Donny Tsang, Eat to Blog reviews restaurants around New York, many of which are Asian and offer vegetarian dishes. The site also features some original recipes.

Food Curated

Liza Mosquito de Guia’s Food. Curated. is a mixture of reviews of restaurants around NYC, recipes, and short documentaries about chefs in the New York area (as well as the Philippines).

Rasa Malaysia

Rasa Malaysia, the website of blogger and author Bee Yinn Low, offers over 1,000 easy and delicious recipes—everything from Malaysian to Filipino to American cuisine. The photos are beautiful and you can search recipes by cuisine, ingredient, or occasion.

Just Hungry

If you’re looking for some authentic Japanese recipes, look no further than Makiko Itoh’s Just Hungry. Itoh shares Japanese home cooking recipes aimed at people who might not have grown up in Japan or have access to Japanese ingredients. She also discusses the cuisine of her various countries of residence, sourcing food as an expatriate, and replicating food from her second home of the U.S.—specifically the food of New York City.

 

Visit these bloggers’ sites for some awesome recipes and insight into restaurants in New York City, as well as other U.S. cities and, and even abroad. 


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