Welcome to Diostar Dumplings!

Thanks for visiting our site! Diostar Dumplings is a food enthusiast blog that likes to travel and eat while documenting our travel journeys throughout the world. If you like to be up to date on the juicy tidbits in food, travel and home cooking adventures, Diostar Dumplings got you covered. We offer on how to travel on a budget, how to travel cheap, local travel guides, home cooking recipes and popular Asian dishes that we learned from our travels.

Tips and guides to some of the best foodie-friendly vacations can be found on our website.

One click, and you are ready to dig in, traveling the world dish by dish, morsel by morsel. Every page on our website is a tantalizing journey into the kitchens and street food stalls of the masters behind some of our favorite bites and sips around Asia.

All the recipes are authentic straight from parent’s cookbooks from Guangdong China or from places we visited from around the world. Very easy and healthy home cooking Asian recipes videos are posted on our site as well on our youTube page frequently. I hope you all enjoy them.

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kimchee soba noodles recipe

Kimchee Soba Noodles Recipe

Incidentally, New friends, new tastes, and new recipes are just around the corner! On January 21st, Diostardumplings teamed up with Jennifer Wynman at Jenn’s Kitchen to shoot our first recipe video. Jenn’s Kitchen revolves around homestyle cooking, mixing Korean food and Italian flavors. Sipping on smooth, family sweet soju, we got to work as Jenn’s lovely


Things To Do In Georgetown, Washington DC

It’s always delightful to take a trip down to Washington, DC…DC…DC, especially on the Chinatown bus from Philly (BTW…I’m being sarcastic here.) 🙂  But for a $30 round trip ticket, you can’t beat that with a bat. I guess you pay for what you get. Nevertheless, we arrived in Washington, DC fairly quickly, within 2.5 hours from Philly.