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Little Onions is a personal food inspiration project by Mylene Chung, a food photographer and cat lover from the Philippines.

If you'd like to see more of her work, you can check out, PhotoKitchen and if you'd like to learn food photography, head over to 50 Feasts.

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Cupcakes by Sonja releases their new Chocolate Hostess Cupcake filled with melted marshmallow goodness!

Learn how to easily win some gift certificates from Cupcakes by Sonja by reading the post here!

Btw, I’m active on twitter now! Follow me @mylenechung!

Summer Specials from Saint’s Alp Tea House. Read more at here.

Red Mango has just launched this summer’s new secret flavor. They even gave us some gift cards to share! Check out the post here http://www.photokitchenfood.com/blog/2012/3/19/try-red-mangos-new-secret-flavor-enter-to-win-a-gift-card.html  

Want a Red Mango Gift Card? Enter to win by:

1) Like and share this post on your facebook wall. 

2) Be a fan of Red Mango Philippines on facebook

3) Comment on the blog post http://www.photokitchenfood.com/blog/2012/3/19/try-red-mangos-new-secret-flavor-enter-to-win-a-gift-card.html! (commenting here in tumblr doesn’t count ok?) 

Easy right? Good luck everyone!

Salads anyone? Here’s my lastest project with Golden Acres! Read more about it at the Photokitchen blog.

Some Spreads I did for Yummy Magazine’s March Issue! You can find the rest of the post here!

The Best Ramen in Hong Kong! Butao Ramen!

Read more about the post here

Here’s something from my friend/client Mark and his newly opened restaurant!

Thanks Mayb for giving me this dirty old rain drenched wooden surface from your garage! It still has it’s purpose after all!

Three days ago, I received this delectable cake on my doorstep together with some other sweet treats. It was from two of my students who happen to own and run a bakery. Surprise surprise, I’m actually a teacher. I teach basic photography and food photography at our little school called 50 Feasts. But anyway, as soon as I set my eyes on this cake, I couldn’t get myself to eat it without taking a photo first.

I wanted to surprise them with this photo so I didn’t get to ask what the name of the cake was. I took the liberty to name it myself just for this blog entry. I called it “The Campfire Cake”, works right? The Campfire Cake is made of roasted marshmallows on a bed of rich chocolate ganache crusted with crushed grahams. It’s such a feast for both the eyes and your sweet tooth. You won’t regret serving this for a special Christmas dinner.

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