Endangered cuisines get the spotlight in ‘Vanishing Foods’

/ 12:44 PM March 28, 2019
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Each country has its own signature cuisine and exotic specialty. The Philippines has sinigang, Thailand has pad thai, Japan has sushi, and so on and so forth. But what happens to the other cuisines that do not get much attention?

This is where Pop Life TV comes into action. With the show “Vanishing Foods”, you will be taken to a historical trip to different countries and discover cuisines that are on the brink of extinction.


With host Singaporean food blogger Aun Koh, get to know the culture, history and dishes behind these endangered dishes. Travel through the beautiful terrain of these countries and discover the secrets behind unique cuisines, like India’s ancient camping food, the recipe for classic Philippine sweets, and traditional Japanese “soul food.”

“Vanishing Foods” is a culinary, lifestyle, travel and history show, all rolled into one. Catch the show on Pop Life TV. JB

To access the channel and watch “Vanishing Foods”, re-scan your digital box for Pop Life TV on BEAM.


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