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We Can't Get Over These Makeup Looks Inspired by Pinoy Street Food

Kwek-kwek eye makeup, anyone?
Apparently, ordering in isn't the only way to satisfy your food cravings. Makeup artist Chuchie Ledesma, for example, turned her fleeting thoughts about street food into a full spread of awesome beauty looks that'll either make you hungry or you make you

This Couple Had Classic Pinoy Street Food for Their Wedding Reception

"Doon ka sa taong papakasalan ka kahit tokneneng at isaw lang ang handa."
Forget grand ballrooms and fancy champagne! If there’s anything we’ve learned from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that true love can be celebrated anytime and anywhere. Nothing proves this more than Arjanmar Rebeta and Khaye Medina’s recently concluded wedding. Photos of the pair’s

Where to Order Korean Street Food In and Around Metro Manila

Transport yourself to Seoul with these delicious finds!
These days, there's no shortage of restaurants and BBQ joints in Manila where you can get your Korean food fix. However, if you've ever taken a trip to Seoul (or if you watch your fair share of K-dramas), you'd know that some

9 Street Foods to Try on Your Next Trip to Taiwan

There’s more to the East Asian country than bubble tea!
If you still haven’t planned a trip to Taiwan, now is the time to do so—visa-free entry for Philippine passport holders has been extended until July 31, 2019! Aside from their world-famous bubble tea and sheet masks, the country is also known

Yes, You Can Eat Japanese Street Food Without Going to Japan

What are you waiting for?!
It's sakura season once again and our feeds are slowly getting blessed with pics of cherry blossoms, food, and touristy posts from friends who are spending their summer in Japan. But even if you haven't booked a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun,

SB KITCHEN: High Street Food

Recipes for quail eggs with artisanal salt, beer-battered crispy kangkong and a coco-ube ice cream sandwich.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - The ice cream sandwich as we Filipinos know it - peddled on the street, between hamburger buns - has finally caught on overseas. At Thai restaurant Pok Pok (I know, right), scoops of coconut-jackfruit ice cream are plopped on a