There’s always the “one” dish or meal that people would travel further than normal for any other dish. For me, it’s Pho Bo (beef noodle soup). After arriving as refugees in 1978, my parents decided not to settle in the Sydney suburb … Read all about it!
Within a week of my stay in Hanoi and I’ve happily devoured Bun Cha three times now. Every day I’ve had to remind myself “Jimmy, you need to try something new”. A Canadian woman staying in my hostel and teaching in Hanoi says that for … Read all about it!
After my disappointment with the range of food in Vang Vieng, I was desperate to find somewhere with proper authentic Lao food. Even Phonsavan where I went to see the Plain of Jars had some decent grub. I was told that … Read all about it!
Greetings from Hanoi, Vietnam! I’ve been here for five days now and it’s AMAZING! The energy, the food, it’s so exciting here with a hive of activity everywhere you go. It has been the perfect place to take photos with … Read all about it!
As much as I loved to eat every minute of the day in Cambodia, the meal I look forward to the most has been the Cambodian breakfast. Not because of the wide variety, everything that I’ve had just feels right … Read all about it!
No trip to Kep is complete without a trip to the crab market. In fact, it’s probably the only thing worthwhile to do when visiting, but I would rate it as the best thing I did whilst on the southern … Read all about it!
Some people give wine wine, chocolates or a simple card to their hosts for their generosity in hosting them. For me, I prefer to offer something combining what I’m good at (cooking) and an ingredient that I consider festive and … Read all about it!
Pumpkin is something you would mainly associate with soup, pie and Halloween. However, you don’t see many pumpkin pasta dishes on menu. I first made this dish in Colombia where pumpkin was on special at the time in the supermarket … Read all about it!
Since coming back to Sydney, I’ve been devouring the cuisine that I’ve been craving the most whilst travelling through Latin America: Asian. I didn’t realise how much I’d miss it and not a day went by when I didn’t think … Read all about it!
This week’s guest post is by 20 Years Hence who are Tony and Steph. Tony Kuehn is an American photographer who swapped blustery winters in Minnesota for sweltering summers in Tennessee when he moved south for college and found himself unexpectedly charmed. … Read all about it!