Knowing In My First Travel To Japan That Japanese Food Is Just A Different Level (Must Try Food)

March 20, 2019
How eating Japanese food in Japan was the thing I didn't know I need
Awesome Japan was just exciting to explore. Food is no exemption. High quality, exciting, full of flavor, fun or unforgettable, there is something for what my palate would crave.


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Here are my favorite food from the moment I tried them the first time in Japan.

711 Japan Gyudon leaves you craving for more. Affordable and fit for a backpacker's budget across Japan. I must admit. I went back to get more after trying my first.

Authentic Osaka Takoyaki was one thing a friend, Sue, recommended and, oh boy, was it very very very good! I miss it because I only had one chance to eat this dish in Japan.

Japan Kitkats are the most exciting flavored chocolate wafers I have ever tried. Bakeable Custard Pudding, Strawberry Cheesecake Kitkat (the best), Japanese Green Tea Matcha (of course), Orange Chocolate Kitkat, and more.

I saved my first experience to do conveyor belt sushi in Japan. I, honestly, did not know how to eat at a conveyor belt sushi bar. I will not tell you either in case you want to experience it first hand.

Asahi Zero Alcohol Beer was a funny thing my dad picked up at a Lawson convenience store in Osaka. It was very interesting.

Onigiri. Buy. Eat. Repeat. Even brought one each as our snack in Universal Studios Japan where we waited in line to get in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Kracie Popin Cookin are crazy fun edible DIY toys. I went nuts playing with these. Too embarrassed to film myself doing these though. Haha!

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We went around Japan and visited some of the bigger cities. We went around using buses and trains (namely the JR Train, Tokyo Metro, JR West, JR Central, JR East Shinkansen Bullet Trains) to get to one point after another.
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Knowing In My First Travel To Japan That Japanese Food Is Just A Different Level (Must Try Food) Knowing In My First Travel To Japan That Japanese Food Is Just A Different Level (Must Try Food) Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on March 20, 2019 Rating: 5

Travel Japan Using The Japan Train and Bus System (MunchTrip Travel Tips)

March 14, 2019
How traveling around using Japan train and bus system changed my attitude.
We went around Japan and visited some of the bigger cities. We went around using buses and trains to get to one point after another (namely the JR Train, Tokyo Metro, JR West, JR Central, JR East Shinkansen Bullet Trains). It was amazing!




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Based on our experience, it was safe, efficient, and clean. Seeing this also made me want to be efficient and respectful towards others.
Was it easy to use the bus and train system in Japan? Definitely!

However, it also depends on how observant you can be. There were times when the characters of destinations were in Kanji (what characters in the Japanese writing system are called). But, if you are observant enough you should be able to distinguish and match the characters if needed. There were times when the English names would be written as well so be patient.
There are some spots we wanted to go to Japan that were not as accessible by train, but Japan buses were readily available to get to these spots, too.
Japan is a very thoughtful and efficient country to visit. I wished more people with the desire to make it convenient for others existed in the world.
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Welcome to Munchtrip.com, where I will share about the food I have tried and places I have traveled to -- MUNCHing on food and going out on TRIPs. TA-DAH! :)
Travel Japan Using The Japan Train and Bus System (MunchTrip Travel Tips) Travel Japan Using The Japan Train and Bus System (MunchTrip Travel Tips) Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on March 14, 2019 Rating: 5

Comfort Food Burgers in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

February 11, 2019

One thing that I find myself constantly doing when I am in Cagayan de Oro is going to this joint.  Food has been consistently satisfying and remains similar in taste throughout the years. Among the food that must be tried in Cagayan de Oro, this is among the top of my list for the reason that it is very Kagay-anon in my opinion.

(This is not a sponsored post. I wish it was though. Haha!)

It is not the meatiest, but the combination of flavors is one I really like.

Sure sure! The food items are not Filipino in origin. There are no Sisig dishes (yet), nor Sinuglaw here. (If that is what you are craving, click here to be redirected.) However, we Filipinos love to eat and explore different cuisines. I connect it to how widely influenced we are by our past colonizers, we Filipinos adapt to our surroundings may it be a pop trend or a food trend. Nonetheless, this isn't some food trend that is only popular now and later dies out.

Going back to my point. I feel like this is very "Kagay-anon" in nature because the place is laidback, and the food remains good even if the prices remain student-friendly. Yup!

You see what I did there?! Uh-huh! Cagayan de Oro (CDO) is known as the "City of Golden Friendship". CDO is also known for its laidback nature. Try living here for a month and you would notice that it is relatively more relaxing to live here than in other major cities in the Philippines.

Anyway...
Enough chit-chat. I would like to introduce you to... OLD BLUE!

Old Blue Burger Cagayan de Oro Food Place
The interior of Old Blue

Old Blue Burger Menu 1 - Cagayan de Oro Philippines
Old Blue Burger Menu 1

Old Blue Burger Menu 2 - Cagayan de Oro Philippines
Old Blue Burger Menu 2

Old Blue Burger Menu 3 - Cagayan de Oro Philippines
Old Blue Burger Menu 3

Old Blue Classic - Cagayan de Oro Philippines
Ahh! 🍔 I hope you will never change!
I rarely feature any specific food items here on my blog, but this (I MUST SAY) is an exemption. Ship them to meeeee! I miss the melted cheese and Old Blue sauce that compliments the burger! 😋

For other places and food to try in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines, just check out this page.

For other featured meaty dishes (featured food and recipes), click this link.


Ok.

That's it for now. Enjoy! See you at my next munchtrip!
Comfort Food Burgers in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines Comfort Food Burgers in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on February 11, 2019 Rating: 5

Enjoyed A Quick Stop In Kuala Lumpur Malaysia For Some Petronas Towers Viewing And Rendang

February 06, 2019

When I remember our trip to Kuala Lumpur, I remember a wonderful aroma of spices married together with a view of modern architecture.

The KLIA Ekspres, Beef Rendang, Nasi Lemak, KLCC, late sunsets, and The Petronas Towers were my memories of our 48 hours in Kuala Lumpur.

Being able to share this experience might encourage others to try a stop at KL. We sure did enjoy our 48hour layover in fact, here is our video...


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Follow us as we roamed around Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for a 2-day layover.
We had so much fun and we hoped to share the joy and info tidbits we had thru this video. Enjoy!
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Enjoyed A Quick Stop In Kuala Lumpur Malaysia For Some Petronas Towers Viewing And Rendang Enjoyed A Quick Stop In Kuala Lumpur Malaysia For Some Petronas Towers Viewing And Rendang Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on February 06, 2019 Rating: 5

The Hive Food Park Cagayan de Oro Gives Kagay-anons A New Venue For Munchtripping

December 21, 2018

The Hive CDO or The Hive Food Park Cagayan de Oro had given Kagay-anons and Cagayan de Oro tourists another reason to enjoy food in a new venue.

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This recent food market or outdoor food court is located in Rosario Arcade, Limketkai Center. It opens at 5PM.

I visited this food market during its second month of opening. It had a nice variety of food available through the different stalls owned by different establishments.

Below are a few photos taken from the food place itself.

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My favorite thing about this food market is the fact that there are clean bathrooms for customers. I hope they maintain this.

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The Hive Food Park Cagayan de Oro Gives Kagay-anons A New Venue For Munchtripping The Hive Food Park Cagayan de Oro Gives Kagay-anons A New Venue For Munchtripping Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on December 21, 2018 Rating: 5

Best Homemade Pasta And Meatballs Recipe (I Have Ever Made)

December 04, 2018

Went to pick up groceries one day. Figured, we wanted to eat pasta after a long day. Pasta, especially spaghetti for Filipinos, is somewhat a treat. We eat it most occasionally at birthday celebrations. It was perfect since it was my aunt's birthday too.

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Egan and I decided to make it a little more special this time though. We made meatballs and used penne instead of spaghetti. It turned out great and just full of love. Yup! You can taste the love in the food. Try this...

Homemade Pasta and Meatball recipe

INGREDIENTS:

100 g lean ground beef
50 g ground pork
1 small garlic clove, grated
1/2 medium red onion, minced
2 Tablespoons bread crumbs (Good Life brand)
salt
pepper
1/2 egg, beaten
1 Tablespoon seasoned breadcrumbs (Crispy brand)
1 Tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese (Kraft brand)
1 Tablespoon canola oil (Marca Leon brand)
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4 cups boiling water
1 cup uncooked pasta ( La Filipina brand penne)
salt
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1 garlic clove, chopped
1/2 medium red onion, minced
1 small carrot grated
1 can whole peeled tomatoes (Honey brand)
1/8 cup Italian Spaghetti sauce (RAM brand)
salt
pepper
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Parmesan cheese

1. In a mixing bowl, combine all first 10 ingredients above. Set aside.
2. In a medium saucepan on high heat, place in the boiling water with a teaspoon of salt.
3. Wait until it the water is visibly boiling hot before placing in your pasta.
4. Cook until al denté (cooked yet firm).
5. Drain water and place in a bowl where you will serve your pasta.
6. Place back the now-empty saucepan on medium heat and place 1 Tablespoon of oil.
7. Form the golf-ball-sized meatballs out of the meat mixture made earlier.
8. Cook them meatballs while turning them on every side for about 10-15 minutes.
9. Once cooked, place the meatballs on the pasta.
10. In the saucepan, sauté the onions, garlic, and shredded carrot.
11. Season with salt and pepper (about a pinch each).
12. Cover the saucepan for 3 minutes. Bring heat to medium-low.
13. While waiting, roughly chop or crush the peeled tomatoes with clean hands or forks.
14. Take the cover off the saucepan and add the tomatoes with the sauce from the can.
15. Also, add the Spaghetti sauce to add a little sweetness.
16. Submerge the meatballs back into the saucepan with the sauce and cover for 5 minutes.
17. We are done with the cooking! You can place the sauce over the pasta or you can also mix the pasta in the sauce before serving. Top each serving with Parmesan cheese according to your liking.



Enjoy!
Hope you love this dish just like we did.
For comments, suggestions, or questions, you can message us.

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Best Homemade Pasta And Meatballs Recipe (I Have Ever Made) Best Homemade Pasta And Meatballs Recipe (I Have Ever Made) Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on December 04, 2018 Rating: 5

MunchTrip - A Choice Where To Eat In Manila Buffet-style (Sambo Kojin)

December 02, 2018
There are simply too many choices around for food in Manila. If we want to celebrate an occasion or a holiday, we like to go to one place where there are many dishes to choose from, Manila buffets like Sambo Kojin are a good place to go to.

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Here you get different cuisine choices, Japanese Yakiniku, Korean Barbecue, and more. They were all colorful and inviting.

Rates as of September 2018 were 738 Ph pesos (Tuesday lunch), but one of us was having a birthday. My friend ate for free! 😁

Save space for dessert because they have so many choices! 

If ever you go to Sambo Kojin, go earlier than 12nn (for lunch) or 6pm (for dinner) to avoid being placed on the waiting list.

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MunchTrip - A Choice Where To Eat In Manila Buffet-style (Sambo Kojin) MunchTrip - A Choice Where To Eat In Manila Buffet-style (Sambo Kojin) Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on December 02, 2018 Rating: 5

Homemade Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe (from scratch)

November 26, 2018
In French, “cordon bleu” means “of the highest class”, so let’s make some classy chicken!  This Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe was inspired by how good it tastes when you order it in a restaurant. The cheese just marries so well with the taste of the pork and chicken, all wrapped in a crispy coating of goodness.

Egan craved it and dove into making it for lunch using some free-range chicken breast fillets I carved out of a whole chicken the day before.

It doesn’t mean that if you are short on budget, you can’t eat really good food. It just takes a bit of patience and a sense of adventure to try making a dish.

Homemade Chicken Codon Bleu recipe

INGREDIENTS:
1/8 kg pork steak (sliced very thinly)
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chicken breasts fillets (from one Magnolia free-range whole chicken)
salt
pepper
25g cheddar (about 1/8 bar of Kraft brand)
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1/4 cup cornstarch (Cream brannd)
bread crumbs (Good Life brand)
egg
1/2 cup oil (Marca Leon canola)

PROCEDURE:
1. Slice the porksteak into 1/4 centimeter thick slices.
2. Boil the pork slices in a pan with enough water that covers the slices and leave it for 3-5 minutes.
3. Set aside the pork.
4. Lay the chicken breast flat on a surface (optional: sandwich it between cling wrap).
5. Using a glass with a flat bottom, pound it until it ends with a uniformed thickness of 1/4 centimeters.
6. Season the chicken breast with salt and pepper.
7. Slice the cheese into sticks.
8. Here comes the assembly. On the flattened chicken breast fillets, put the pork steak slices on top. Do not let the pork go beyond the area of the chicken. It is possible that you will need less that the pork you prepared.
9. On top of the pork slices, place the cheese sticks across the longer side or the chicken.
10. Just like a sushi, roll all of the ingredients into one big log. Shape it and chill it.
11. Heat up the oil in a medium sized skillet.
12. Prepare the cornstarch and breadcrumbs in separate plates.
13. Beat the egg.
14. You know when the oil is ready if a breadcrumb that you drop in it sizzles and rises to the surface.
15. Get the log/roll. Coat it in cornstarch. Dip it in the beaten egg. Roll it on the breadcrumbs.
16. Fry the log in medium heat for about 10-15 minutes. Roll it every now and then to make sure it gets cooked on all sides.
17. When it has turned golden brown, take it out of the pan. Slice and serve.

By the way, we served this with a No-Mayonnaise Sweet Mustard Dip. It was kind of like a no-egg or vegan honey mustard dip substitute. If you are interested, here is the recipe.

I’m writing this as quick as I can for a friend who requested it (Hi, Kitty!).
Egan and I hope you, guys, love this recipe. For comments, suggestions, and questions, feel free to write them down below or send us a message.

On to the next munchtrip!


Homemade Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe (from scratch) Homemade Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe (from scratch) Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on November 26, 2018 Rating: 5

No-Mayonnaise Sweet Mustard Dip (No-Egg Honey Mustard Dip substitute)

November 26, 2018
We found ourselves needing Honey Mustard Dip once for our Homemade Chicken Cordon Bleu, but we did not have any mayonnaise or honey. This was when I gave birth to this dip recipe.

This was much like an “improv that went great” kind of recipe. It was a sketch that ended up what it was intended to be. Remembering the taste profile of the dip was all I used to guide me. Nonetheless, it tasted great and so I share it here in the blog as well.

MunchTrip's Sweet Mustard Dip recipe

INGREDIENTS:
1 tsp mustard (McCormick mustard)
1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar (BRAGGS brand)
1 tsp white sugar

PROCEDURE:
1. Mix everything in a dipping bowl or saucer.

Done!
Wasn’t that simple? Yet, it had the tang, and sweetness still that we like about the dip. It works for us, how did it work for you?

It was perfect for our Homemade Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe here.

For questions, comments, and suggestions, feel free to write them below or send us a message.

On to the next munchtrip!
No-Mayonnaise Sweet Mustard Dip (No-Egg Honey Mustard Dip substitute) No-Mayonnaise Sweet Mustard Dip (No-Egg Honey Mustard Dip substitute) Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on November 26, 2018 Rating: 5

How To Travel Better: Roll Your Clothes Time-Tested Travel Hack

August 14, 2018
travel tip: roll.
Welcome to MunchTrip's Favourite Travel Better Series. This is one of my most favorite ways to travel better. People call it a travel hack and it is! I have been doing this in my travels for more than 10 years. I thought sharing the advantages with you would be a good idea.

I find this is to be one of the most useful in making my travel better.  It leaves me more time to enjoy my destinations and it saves me luggage check-in expenses.

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I'm not claiming this to be my idea. I came across the idea of rolling my clothes when packing back in the early 2000s. I was a fan of Discovery Channel and although I am not sure if I got the idea there, I know it was from one of those types of shows. The idea was then improved later on with the birth of many "travel hacks" shared on YouTube vloggers and Facebook life hack videos.

Here are the advantages:
  • Rolling clothes leave less wrinkles on my shirts than folding them and placing them in my bag.  
  • Rolling clothes maximises your bag space whether it be a suitcase or a back pack.  
  • It is easier to pull clothes out of the bag without disarranging everything in your bag.
Ever since I could remember, I have been rolling my clothes since the late 90s and I have never looked back since.

Another plus for this method is something I got from my partner.

Rolling of clothes allows me to just pick up any shirt of a certain colour, and because I only see the shirt partially, I cannot judge it by what brand it was or what print it had on it.  

Saves me time changing clothes and makes me enjoy our destinations more.

Oh! Oh! Oh!  It also reminds me of my favourite Filipino foods, LUMPIA...

FRESH LUMPIA?

or the NGOHIONG!

NGOHIONG?



How To Travel Better: Roll Your Clothes Time-Tested Travel Hack How To Travel Better: Roll Your Clothes Time-Tested Travel Hack Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on August 14, 2018 Rating: 5

50+ Reasons To CELEBRATE Food Days in August

August 07, 2018
Celebrate for Food Days in August Are Here!

I thought I'd grab hold of list of celebrations related to food and post them into one place.

August Food Day Celebrations  We have so much to celebrate this August. Apart from it being the Higalaay Festival Month of my hometown, Cagayan de Oro City, it also has a long list of varied food celebrations.

Month-long 
Brownies at Brunch
Catfish Month
Panini Month
Sandwich Month
First Saturday of August
Mustard Day

Second Week
Apple Week

August 1 
Raspberry Cream Pie Day
IPA Day
Milkshake Day

August 2 
Ice Cream Sandwich Day
Ice Cream Soda Day

August 3 
Watermelon Day
White Wine Day

August 4 
Chocolate Chip Day

August 5 
Mustard Day
Oyster Day

August 6 
Root Beer Float Day

August 7 
Raspberries 'N Cream Day
IPA Day
Beer Day

August 8
Frozen Custard Day
Zucchini Day

August 9  
Rice Pudding Day

August 10  
S'mores Day
Banana Split Day

August 11 
Raspberry Bombe Day
Raspberry Tart Day
Panini Day

August 12  
Julienne Fries Day

August 13 
Filet Mignon Day
Prosecco Day

August 14 
Creamsicle Day

August 15 
Lemon Meringue Pie Day
Julia Child’s Birthday

August 16 
Bratwurst Day
Rum Day

August 17 
Vanilla Custard Day

August 18  
Ice Cream Pie Day
Pinot Noir Day (lovely with Chocolate)
Fajita Day

August 19 
Soft Ice Cream Day
Hot & Spicy Food Day
Potato Day

August 20
Chocolate Pecan Pie Day
Bacon Lovers Day
Lemonade Day

August 21 
Spumoni Day
Pecan Torte Day

August 22
Pecan Torte Day
Bao Day
Spumoni Day
Eat A Peach Day

August 23 
Sponge Cake Day

August 24 
Peach Pie Day
Waffle Day

August 25 
Banana Split Day
Whiskey Sour Day

August 26 
Cherry Popsicle Day

August 27 
Pots de Creme Day
Banana Lover’s Day (recipe of No-Sugar Added Banana Cake here)

August 28 
Cherry Turnovers Day
Crackers Over The Keyboard Day

August 29 
More Herbs, Less Salt Day
Chop Suey Day
Lemon Juice Day 

August 30  
Toasted Marshmallow Day

August 31 
Trail Mix Day
Eat Outside Day 


———  Disclaimer: Most of these food celebrations may be American in origin but in my opinion food can be celebrated by all civilizations.  Hurrah!

I have compiled this list from a number of sources:
Wikipedia.com
Refinery29.com
TheNibble.com
TheGoodHeartedWoman.com
Foodimentary.com
50+ Reasons To CELEBRATE Food Days in August 50+ Reasons To CELEBRATE Food Days in August Reviewed by Shoni Munchtrip on August 07, 2018 Rating: 5
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