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An Interesting Food App

I was given a nickname “Food Taster” or at times, some of them called me a “Food Maniac” because they know that when it comes to food, my eyes will naturally “sparkle” in a way!  It is true in a way, I simply love to eat and distance is not a barrier, hence the motto, “Where Food Will Travel!”  Sometimes I run out of ideas on where to go and what to eat, so much so that I have to turn to Internet to search for places of food.   It can be a time consuming act going online to search for different websites so imagine my excitement when this app Asian Cuisine was introduced by Duoguo Inc, I was all for it!  For just $3.99, we can download Asian Cuisine from iTunes store.  
 
Briefly about Asian Cuisine, it is definitely an impressive and a helpful app because it has lots of useful options which most food bloggers will be happy to know.  One of them is the ability to share these Asian cuisine recipes from within the app and not only that, we can also try out new recipes that come from China, Korea, Thailand and Japan to name a few.  The mouthwatering photos in the Asian Cuisine really motivates one to try out the different food culture which suits me real FINE!  I am all for it especially that I am going to retire from my full time job soon.  I will have all the time I want to try out the different types of cooking every other day if I am not traveling on the road! :) 

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