Posts Tagged ‘food’

Sep 2, 2013

Crickettes Fried Cricket Snack Review

If you are interested, you can also check out my Larvets fried mealworm snack review at:
http://blog.eastfist.com/2013/08/30/living-up-to-stereotypes-eating-larvets-fried-mealworm-snack-review-3-flavors/

Jul 25, 2013

Russians pay USD$860 for Japanese Square Watermelon

Say whaaaaaaaaaat? (more…)

Jun 27, 2013

Beef Pho Noodles and The Sexy Asian Man

Here’s another exciting episode of Sexy Asian Man eats… this time, he stirs up beef pho noodles! (more…)

Jun 20, 2013

Dog Meat Review

Oh, yeah, I go there. (more…)

Dec 10, 2012

American Holiday Foods That Are Cliche

Every greedy bastard in America loves Christmas, and no doubt will be indulging in customary, yet cliche foods of the holidays. My take of the cake. (more…)

Apr 16, 2011

How Men Grocery Shop and Saving Costs

Ever since I got two privileges (driving and disposable income), I realized I had a choice what my diet was. It’s not to say homecooked meals aren’t nourishing or delicious, sometimes you just want to indulge in variety or junk food. It’s like when you were a kid grocery shopping with your mother and you see that bright, colorful box of fruit chews but you can’t get it because it costs too much. Well, now that you’re a grown 27-year-old man, you can actually pick up a box of Roundy’s Sharks fruit chews and say you’re buying it for your little cousin (the box will be empty by the time you get home, of course). There are no rules to grocery shopping, but here are some of my observations of the whole thing. (more…)

Dec 5, 2010

World’s Largest Gummy Bear and Worm, Yikes!

Take a look at Vat19’s gigando novelty gummy bear and worm. Holy yikes! (more…)

Sep 22, 2010

Living up to Stereotype: Eating Balut/Khai Luk (fetal duck egg)

I want to start a regular entry called “Living up to the Stereotype”. It’s main focus is, for me as an Asian-American, to live up to the American stereotypes of Asians (what is unfortunately an amalgamation of a diversity of Asian cultures). For example, Americans would believe that any Chinese person was notorious for eating dog meat. That isn’t always the case. (more…)

Aug 28, 2010

Thai peppers as fiery snack, good and bad idea

The other day, I decided to snack on two Thai peppers with salt and monosodium. It tasted really good. At first, it proven not a challenge for my mouth. The burning sensation lasted no more than 5 minutes.

Thai peppers ripen from green to red.

Thai peppers ripen from green to red.

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