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I love writing and food, so I put those together to come up with Fried & Prejudice.

Fried & Prejudice is my passion project, which has gained more traction since its humble beginings in the year 2016. Here, I featured unbiased restaurant reviews from resetaurants all over Asia (though I focus more on my home country, the Philippines) for the foodies, while I have some recipes for the home cooks and aspiring chefs. I even feature some goodies and snacks that I've tried out!

By all means, take a look around. I hope you enjoy the unqiue content I have to offer, and that it makes you love food just as much as I do.

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What Brings You Here?

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Foodie Mail

Special Deliveries, Unboxing, & More

Resto Rant

Restaurants and Reviews

Travel Eats

Restaurants and Food Abroad

Whats New

New Restaurants and Updates

Featured Blog Post

Featured Blog Post

You’ll like this cake from The Daily Bakes a chocoLOT!

September 4, 2020

A good chocolate cake, at least in my opinion, has to have tons of flavors. And this cake by The Daily Bakes is a real treat — here’s why.

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What Else Do You Do?

A foodie by day, and a Freelance Writer by night. I am a jack of all trades who does marketing collateral like advertorials, website content, social media management, articles, and even an editorial job where I proofread essays. And on the side, I develop recipes too! But beyond food, I too maintain a Lifestyle Blog of my own called I am Diane Nicole.

Are All Your Posts Sponsored?

While I do get invites to Grand Openings, Media Launches and Restaurant Features from time to time, I make sure to separate my personal Food Trips from the pack. Just check the end of every blog entry or post– I usually thank the organizer or the person who invited me for sponsored events. And of course, all reviews, whether paid or free, are not biased.

How Do You Take Photos?

My phone is my friend. The subject– food– is in its natural state. No doubles, no fakes, and no post-processing, save for minimal enhancements and some artistic flair where it becomes part of a flatlay, set aside on its own, or surrounded by props. But as for the quantity and quality of the dish itself, what you see is what you get.

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