Reflecting back on 2013, I did partake in some amazing meals, travels and learn some new favourite recipes.
Along with that Accidental Epicurean won some awards, namely the blog to watch by the UK site 101 Holidays, and Accidental Epicurean also reached #49 rank worldwide for all food blogs, and it was nominated for some blogging awards…didn’t win, but as they say in Hollywood, it’s an honour to be nominated 😉 Not bad if I say so myself….
Here’s some of our favourite posts of 2013 for you to enjoy / re-enjoy – happy new year and happy eating.
Go to Ginza for the best tempura Tokyo has to offer!
From molecular gastronomy to Italian to xiao long bao, Shanghai’s culinary scene is booming.
Glamour is up when the sun goes down in Singapore – head to Lantern Bar at the Fullerton Bay Hotel and Spanish gem Catalunya for dinner.
From crab-tastic Michelin starred dining to delectable dim sum, Hong Kong has it all.
Don’t miss Isao, in the Sukhumvit Road area, for the best sushi in Bangkok.
Take a break from Kyoto’s temples and experience Nishiki market for Japanese kitchen tools, handmade knives and more.
China’s Panda preserve is a can’t miss stop when visiting Sichuan Province’s famous city of Chengdu.
There’s more to Xi’An than the Terracotta Warriors – eat amazing dumplings and experience the Muslim quarter, markets and culinary delights.
My favourite Thai recipe ever – easy peasy, make it at home.
A Gong Bao chicken recipe straight from the Sichuan master herself…
Thailand’s favourite street drink is super easy to make at home.
JUST FOR FUN
Japanese quirkiness and love of food collide in this camp youtube based TV cooking show.
Think you are a foodie? See if you know these 20 foodie terms.
The is no limit to Japanese kawaii – check out this adorable interpretation of sushi.