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Discover the excitement of Asian food markets. Exotic fruits, scents and tastes for all palettes.
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Papua New Guinea attack kills two porters and injures trekkers ...

Papua New Guinea attack kills two porters and injures trekkers ... | Asian Food Markets | Scoop.it
One Australian was speared in the leg and another had his arm slashed in attack by bandits on the Black Cat track.
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IndoArtifacts's curator insight, September 25, 2013 10:37 AM

Trekking in Oceana is still dangerous, so please go with experienced professionals!

IndoArtifacts's curator insight, September 25, 2013 10:42 AM

Trekking in Oceana can still be quite dangerous.  IndoArtifacts suggests you only trek with experienced professionals.

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Millennium Seed Bank Blog - Durian the King of Fruits

Millennium Seed Bank Blog - Durian the King of Fruits | Asian Food Markets | Scoop.it

The southeast Asian plant Durian has been called the King of Fruits but, like Marmite, it sharply divides opinion between those who love the incredible taste of its custard-like pulp and those who are revolted by its putrid smell.


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Antiques Market at Toji Temple, Kyoto City

Some of the Temples and Shrines in Japan are known to hold antiques and flea markets on their grounds once or twice every month, usually on Sundays. The anti...
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Papua New Guinea's first female army officers to graduate next year - Radio Australia

Papua New Guinea's first female army officers to graduate next year - Radio Australia | Asian Food Markets | Scoop.it
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Papua New Guinea's first female army officers to graduate next year
Radio Australia
The four women cadets have just completed a gruelling leadership training course, which placed them under great physical and mental pressure.
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#DRINKRECIPE - Melon sa Malamig (Filipino Cantaloupe Drink)

#DRINKRECIPE - Melon sa Malamig (Filipino Cantaloupe Drink) | Asian Food Markets | Scoop.it

"Melon sa Malamig is a Cantaloupe drink from the Philippines. Sa Malamig means “cold” in Tagalog and this is a great drink for a hot August day in Florida. It is a very simple recipe with minimal ingredients. I used a grater to shred the cantaloupe and combine it in a pitcher with sugar and water. You can also add vanilla extract or evaporated milk. If using evaporated milk, drink the Melon sa Malamig quickly after the milk is added. In the Philippines, a melon scraper is used to shred the cantaloupe, but I did not have one. It is available in Southeast Asia and some Asian food markets." http://buff.ly/19Z9IHf


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