Pancit Bihon is a Filipino noodle stir-fry dish with Chinese origins. While the ‘Bihon’ version uses glass noodles, the ‘Canton’ version calls for lo mein..
Instagram has returned invalid data.
A FRIENDLY REMINDER
SHARING IS CARING
ON THE SHELF
Eating Korea by Graham Holliday
Similar to his first venture in Vietnam, Holliday’s sophomore effort is an attempt to eat Korea, both old and new, to uncover what actually is Korean food? From dessert pizzas to real-life mermaids, culinary masters and centuries-old soy sauce recipes, his inquiry soon proves to be more complicated than he ever anticipated.