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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.

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House of Steep: Soak in the Calm

Update: House of Steep: Tea and Foot Massage and Reflexology is closed for business on June 23rd, 2018. Do you love tea? How about enjoying a cup (or three), while getting a foot massage or soaking your feet in soothing, aromatic oils? The out-of-this-world experience can be yours at The House of Steep. If you

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The Japanese Tea Ceremony: Zen in a Bowl

Drink tea, savor life… This philosophy seems to infuse life for the Japanese, and we certainly felt it permeating the hall at the Shofuso House and Garden. At Shofuso you can witness a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony as well as learning how to become a tea master in their beautiful garden. Nestled in Philadelphia’s Fairmount