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Postcards from Asia: Hanoi: Quan An Ngon Street Kitchen Restaurant - Core77

Postcards from Asia: Hanoi: Quan An Ngon Street Kitchen Restaurant - Core77


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If you would like to taste authentic Vietnamese food but don't really feel that tempted by having a motor bike driving through your noodle soup bowl in one of the countless street kitchens of Hanoi, nor want to risk Montezuma's Revenge (particularly since the average Vietnamese toilet is just a...

11 must try noodles in Hanoi

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

List of must try noodles in Hanoi 1. Phở – Phở noodle soup 2. Bún chả – Chargrilled pork and rice vermicelli 3. Bún riêu cua – Crap noodle soup 4. Bún ốc – Snail noodle soup 5. Phở xào – Stir-fried pho noodle 6. Bún cá – Fish noodle soup 7. Bún bung – […]

Where to eat in Hue Viet Nam

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Finally, I managed to go back to Vietnam on a culinary trip; I had longed to try the food of my homeland, of three regions from North to South. Imperial Hue is the first place on my list. Some people might argue with me, Hue is not the best place. Most of my international friends […]

Hip YunLin in Taiwan is a must visit for any solo female traveler

by Cynthia Lin @ I Like Local Blog

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Yunlin is one of my favorite getaway places in Taiwan, as this was where I spent most of my childhood with my loving grannies. The place has changed a lot since I last visited it a couple of years ago. A city once considered the most underdeveloped area is now becoming a trendy hotspot and […]

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Tạm Biệt, Hanoi!

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

When we said goodbye to Hanoi, it wasn't merely the end of another 91 day adventure. We were putting an end to six months in Vietnam. That is a serious chunk of time, and it really affected us. While packing our suitcases, our emotions were all over the place; there was both sadness and contentment, relief and regret, fulfillment and pride. I guess we were just feeling.

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Light Up The Table This Valentines Week!

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

It’s Lantern Festival and Valentine’s Week, so we’re helping you celebrate!       To set up the best home...

Romanian Ice Hotel to celebrate my 30th birthday

by Suzy Jones @ Vegan Travel

To celebrate my 30th birthday I knew I had to something special, and the Romanian Ice Hotel perfectly fitted my idea. I went with my sister and used the company Untravelled Paths who were amazing, they were very quick at responding […]

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Nem – famous crispy spring rolls – 117 Bui Thi Xuan street

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  NEM is well-known among local people for its square crispy crab spring rolls – the crispiness that is hard to achieve even for an experience cook like me.    This morning, as I woke up: – Would you go with me for the wedding dress? – I texted my fiance – Uh ok – […]

Vietnamese noodle soup: fish cake noodle soup from Da Nang

by Queeny Nguyễn @ Viet Food Channel

Fish cake noodle soup –  bún chả cá? Bún means rice vermicelli noodle Chả cá means fish cake Vietnamese rice vermicelli noodle with fish cake is one of the truly remarkable dishes of Vietnamese cuisine. It’s a dish which will change depending on what part of Vietnam you’re in. Besides the kinds of fish be […]

HOW TO MAKE MAYONNAISE – Easy as 123

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

Simple, Quick and Delicious, Homemade Mayonnaise 😋 👍 🎉 Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy – but not too much lemon. 🍋 😋 Here’s how to make Mayonnaise with Steve 👍 Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider Becoming a Patreon we Love our Patreons, they keep the show Rolling Or send some Love through PayPal every little helps.. ❤️ How to make Homemade […]

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Guest post: Review of “Puffs” at New World Stages

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

Guest writer Liat Ginsberg is a mother and former journalist for the Israeli newspaper, Maariv. She has taught at the Film and Media Department at Hunter College. If you or you kids are fans of  the Harry Potter series, the play Puffs is for you. In addition, if your kids have never read the book or […]

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Wines with Premshree: 2009 Bodega Chacra "Cincuenta y Cinco" Pinot Noir

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

The first time I came across Bodega Chacra was when I had a 2013 Bodega Chacra Barda at dinner at The Modern when it was offered by the glass. It was a stunner.

Rooftop Bars in Hanoi

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

With its smaller, more historic downtown, Hanoi doesn't have quite as many rooftop bars as Saigon. But there are still options... and over the course of 91 days, we discovered some great places to get a birds-eye view of Vietnam's capital.

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A Final Day in Ha Giang

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

It was with reluctance that we got back on our motorbikes, and put Du Gìa in our rear view mirrors. Our next stop would return us to Ha Giang, and complete our tour with Chu Chu. This trip had been incredible, and it was to be our final adventure in Vietnam. Not just four days, but six months were coming to an end, and it was hard to stomach.

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Our Ultimate Guide to food in Hanoi Old Quarter

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Eating out in Hanoi, or more specifically finding the best food to eat in Hanoi, can be a daunting prospect. This is our ultimate guide to food in Hanoi Old…

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More about Vietnamese Summer Rolls!

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

This blog post is going to be centred around the iconic Vietnamese Summer Rolls! These are not to be confused...

Best things to do in Bali: experience it the local way!

by Elena Ferranto @ I Like Local Blog

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There is certainly no shortage of things to see and do in Bali, but how do you make sure you leave this culturally rich island with the feeling that you truly saw it rather than being just another tourist doing touristy things? While being one of the top travel destinations and seeing millions visitors a year, Bali […]

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7 of the Best Yoga Travel Destinations for Your 2018 Adventures

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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If you think India is the ultimate yoga travel destination, think again! These 7 places (plus 7 great alternatives) are our picks for the very best yoga adventures in 2018! A couple of years ago, we made our first trip to India. Having heard from all our yogi friends what a mind-blowing spiritual experience it […]

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VEGAN EUROTRIP – Where to eat in Budapest

by Kayleigh @ Vegan Travel

After falling in love with Prague and its delicious vegan bites,  the second stop of our crazy quest landed us in Budapest. It started a little rocky but we were soon surprised and went from hangry to elated… I don’t […]

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HANOI KITCHEN - Street Food & Craft Beer Festival

HANOI KITCHEN - Street Food & Craft Beer Festival


Street Food & Craft Beer Festival

Hanoi Kitchen was born from a love of the street food in Vietnam. Having scoured the streets of Hanoi and tasted every dish along the way, they persuaded their favourite traders to teach them the best Vietnamese street eats so that we could bring them home to the UK.

~How to Prepare Tamarind Pods~

~How to Prepare Tamarind Pods~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

From Pod to Paste Tamarind Fruit – Makham – มะขาม When I visited my village last year, I took my usual leisurely walk around Dern Len. As I walked past my relative’s home, I saw the large tamarind tree that I played underneath with friends when we were young and used as shelter from the hot […]

~My Dream Kitchen, Pranee’s Thai Kitchen~

~My Dream Kitchen, Pranee’s Thai Kitchen~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

My Dream Kitchen Last summer I had an amazing journey and discovery. It was not an actual trip in that I never left Seattle, but nonetheless it was a journey of many miles of driving, all to find my dream kitchen. I loved my old kitchen in its forest setting, a small and snuggled place […]

Northern Thailand off the tourist trail

by Sanne Meijboom @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

The northern region of Thailand differs considerably from the rest of the country, both in climate and geography as well as culturally and linguistically. An area with hill tribes, green mountains, rivers and waterfalls, often set against a backdrop of swirling mists and fog. It is an area that is perfect for the more adventurous […]

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EASY CHOCOLATE MOUSSE

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

Chocolate Mousse is so simple to make but it is oh so delicious. 💕 Dark, Milk or White Chocolate 🍫 😎 – Whatever you fancy – Yum! 😋 🎉 Add a dash of Liqueur – WOW!!!!! Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider Becoming a Patreon we Love our Patreons, they keep the show Rolling Or send some Love […]

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The Ultimate Hanoi Street Food Guide - I Like Local Blog

The Ultimate Hanoi Street Food Guide - I Like Local Blog


I Like Local Blog

Hanoi is a food heaven if you are a food lover. It provides you with the opportunity to spend at least 10 days eating your way through the city without having the same meal twice. Same with the number of great restaurants and street food stalls. You can eat the best food, more often than …

TWO BRAND NEW SUMMER PROJECTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN HACKNEY

by heather @ The Yard Theatre

Hoi An Cooking School – Quick and Easy Authentic Vietnamese Recipes

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Our visit to Hoi An in central Vietnam was woefully lacking in activities. Not because we didn’t want to get out and see/do things, but because Hoi An was hit…

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Hanoi Kitchen on Instagram: “One of the last street food meals had in #kualalumpur  spicy pork noodle soup!!!such amazing food to be had there! #chinatown & #jalanalor…”

Hanoi Kitchen on Instagram: “One of the last street food meals had in #kualalumpur spicy pork noodle soup!!!such amazing food to be had there! #chinatown & #jalanalor…”


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Hidden things to do in Singapore for the true traveler

by Sanne Meijboom @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

When you think of Singapore, a few things might come to mind. Some are towering cities flooded with international business people; others is sprawling resort complexes that essentially act as entertainment centers. These are certainly among the prevailing images of this metropole at the southern edge of Malaysia, and they maybe give a feeling that […]

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This is How You Protect Yourself From Getting Bumped From a Flight

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

Tips from top travel advisors to help reduce your chances of being bumped from a flight.

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HOW TO MAKE MEXICAN MASA TORTILLA

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

Here I show you how to make Mexican Masa Tortilla – it’s the first recipe in my Mexican Series. Using Masa flour to recreate an authentic flavour of Mexico. Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider Becoming a Patreon we Love our Patreons, they keep the show Rolling Or send some Love through PayPal every little helps.. ❤ How to make Masa […]

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How to make Banana Bread

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

I made a delicious seedy Banana Bread on the live show and as it was super delicious I thought I would do a more concise video. So today I want to share with you my favourite banana bread of all times. Dark rich flavours, with just a hint of sweetness. Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider […]

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~Hanoi Confetti Corn Recipe~

~Hanoi Confetti Corn Recipe~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Hanoi Street Foods – Pranee's Thai Kitchen

February 2010, Old Quarter in Hanoi Hanoi Confetti Corn from the street of Hanoi Old Quarter I love writing recipes from my culinary trip in my kitchen because it is like traveling through time.  And I love to travel, so when the journey ended then I was in pain with nostalgia. I missed the places I have […]

How to Make English Pancakes – Shrove Tuesday

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

Whether it’s Shrove Tuesday or any day you can’t beat English Pancakes, tossed in a pan and served with sweet sugar and tart fresh lemon juice. For those around the world who have only eaten the more solid American pancakes, I urge you to try these flipping pancakes 🙂 And comment below to say how […]

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The Dangers of Traveling in Vietnam

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

In seven years on the road, Jürgen and I had never once used our travel insurance. With all the adventures we've had, from an encounter with quicksand in Bolivia to paragliding in Macedonia, that's a great track record. But in Vietnam, the streak came to a definitive end.

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~Thai Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage, ข้าวผัดกุนเชียง~

~Thai Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage, ข้าวผัดกุนเชียง~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Two Sisters Cook About 26 years ago, my sister, Rudee and I dreamed that one day we would own a restaurant together. As the many different pursuits in our lives evolved, it turned out that my sister pursued the dream on her own, but our passions are still related to Thai food and cooking. She opened […]

First Drafts

by heather @ The Yard Theatre

Icewine: 6 Things You Need to Know About Canada’s National Treasure

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

Icewine 101 Icewine is a world-renowned style of wine that can only be crafted under specific conditions. Temperatures have to be a precise -8 to -10 Celsius.  Even one degree warmer or cooler, and it’s not icewine. Although it’s made in Canada’s Niagara and Okanagan wine regions, icewine remains a bit of a mystery to […]

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7 Ways How Female Travelers Can Create The Most Memorable Travel Experiences

by Sanne Meijboom @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

A typical traveler rushes from the airport to their hotel or apartment booked via their favorite booking platform after which comes the mad rush to check off must-see places listed in the itinerary. A few days pass by, then it’s all about getting to the airport in time for the return flight or the next destination. […]

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A Day at Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

After researching ethical options for hanging out with elephants in Thailand, we ended up at Elephant Nature Park, a sanctuary for rescued elephants as well as water buffaloes and dogs. We highly recommend spending a day of your trip here; it’s well worth it. To prepare, here is how you can expect your day to go.

Top 5 places to eat vegan in Rishikesh, India

by Ror and Gen @ Vegan Travel

We spent almost 3 weeks in Rishikesh, North India, in September 2017. It’s a great place to be, by the holy river Ganges, surrounded by yoga classes, great restaurants, ashrams and the stunning Himalayan foothills. It’s a vegetarian town too, […]

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25 Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes for Busy Weeknights — Recipes from The Kitchn

by Kelli Foster @ Kitchn | Inspiring cooks, nourishing homes

We can think of few things better than walking through the door after a long day and knowing that a home-cooked meal awaits us. And since we don't have our own personal live-in chefs, we rely on our slow cookers to help us out.

These comforting recipes take just a little bit of prep work in the morning or the night before, and then the slow cooker does the heavy lifting. Your future self will thank you.

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Hanoi Vegetarian Food: The Complete Guide for Vegetarians Visiting Hanoi

Hanoi Vegetarian Food: The Complete Guide for Vegetarians Visiting Hanoi


My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

Finding Hanoi vegetarian food is tough when you're new in the city. Here's your guide to street food stalls and restaurants for vegetarians in Hanoi!

Review: The Parisian Woman at the Hudson Theater

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

Beau Willimon wrote “The Parisian Woman, now playing on Broadway in NYC. He is also the creator of Netflix’s “House of Cards” and the upcoming series “The First” on Hulu. From what I understand, he is constantly making changes to his new play, which takes place in contemporary Washington, D.C. and revolves around an uncannily familiar President […]

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KOTO, a culinary journey through Vietnam – 800,000vnd

by estaff @ Hanoi Cooking Class

Authoured by Tracey Lister and Andreas Pohl was released by Hardie Grant Australia, in 2008 and has since sold over 9000 copies. This book will take you on a dish-by-dish journey through the regions of Vietnam: from the Northern Highlands to the Mekong Delta, from the busy streets in Hanoi to the quiet life in the French hill station, Dalat; from the Chinese-inspired cuisine of the north to the royal cuisine of the centre and the tropical fare of the south. Stunningly photographed by Michael Fountoulakis, this book will inspire the gourmet traveller in us all. Royalties donated to the KOTO, training project.

Where to Drink Specialty Coffee in Lisbon, Portugal: Fall 2016 Edition

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Specialty coffee is still a relative novelty in Lisbon, but it's growing, and we tell you where to find it.

11 of the Most Romantic Cities in Europe to Inspire Your Wandering Heart

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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We love all the continents equally, but when it comes to romance, Europe always wins. Our picks of the most romantic cities in Europe are guaranteed to make your heart pound, whether you’re looking for love or want to treat your sweetie to an intimate city break. We write a lot about the ways that […]

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8 Things to do in Mui Ne, Vietnam

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

We visited Mui Ne in November 2017, arriving there some days earlier than we had originally planned. We had fled  from the bigger beach city of Nha Trang in horror,…

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Indulge in Guilt-Free Luxury at 7 of the World’s Best Green Retreats

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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These luxury green retreats may not be totally affordable but they are FABULOUS and guilt-free. Even if you travel on the cheap, these 7 eco retreats are all you need to fire up your 2018 travel dreams. Who doesn’t love to look at pictures of exotic retreats around the world? It’s even better when they […]

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~Caramel Grated Coconut – Sai Maprow -ไส้มะพร้าว – Nah Maprow – หน้ามะพร้าว~

~Caramel Grated Coconut – Sai Maprow -ไส้มะพร้าว – Nah Maprow – หน้ามะพร้าว~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

The Best is on the Top and in the Middle Like custard, caramel grated coconut has a goodness that has many uses and places in dessert creations. I have a place in my heart for this sweet coconut delight. I chose an English name for this coconut dessert topping and filling – Caramel Grated Coconut […]

Visiting Lisbon, Portugal: What to See, Where to Eat and Drink, Fall 2016 Edition

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

As soon as our taxi left the highway leading from the airport and started navigating the narrow cobblestone streets lined with colorful tiled buildings, we were smitten with beautiful Lisbon. The hilly topography, which we would spend hours walking up and down over the next week, only added to the charm, especially as it provided frequent miradouros (views) of the city and the coast.

Eating Vietnam, Part 1: Introduction

Eating Vietnam, Part 1: Introduction


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This is Part 1 of a 5-part series on eating our way through Vietnam. We spent three weeks in Vietnam, starting with Hanoi in the north, making our way down over 1,000 miles to Ho Chi Minh City in the south.

Guest Post: Review of New York’s Newest Big Apple Circus

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

This a guest post written by writer Lisa Gerstel-Zach, a diverse and seasoned executive who has spent her career in Children’s and Family Entertainment via Publishing, Live Events and Broadcast before stepping back to take a much earned reprieve from the Corporate world in order to reinvent herself and remember why she moved to New York. […]

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Vietnamese Street Food – 750,000vnd

by estaff @ Hanoi Cooking Class

VSF brings the team together that brought you “KOTO a culinary journey through Vietnam”. With this book you will take some of the street life of Vietnam home with you. With over sixty recipes featuring some old favourites like Pho and Bun Cha to the more unusual like West Lake prawn cakes and Spring Rolls with Chinese sausage and dried prawns. Published in September 2011 by Hardie Grant Australia.

EASY WHITE CHOCOLATE GANACHE

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

As promised in an earlier Episode, here is my Easy White Chocolate Ganache Recipe.. White Chocolate Ganache is super easy to make but it is a little different to regular Chocolate Ganache – so watch carefully 😀 💕   Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider Becoming a Patreon we Love our Patreons, they keep the show Rolling Or […]

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KERB Loves: our women

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

Today marks 100 years since the first women in the UK got to vote so here’s a shout out to our ALL-female powered KERBanists (and Alumni). A donut dynamite-diamond; an Asian BBQ meat smoker; the pioneer of vegan street food; creator of one the most successful burger brands in London and champion of London’s best street food dish two years running – the […]

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A Visit to Israel with a Loving But Conflicted Heart

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

“But doubts and loves dig up the world like a mole, a plough. And a whisper will be heard in the place where the ruined house once stood.” These are words from Israeli poet Yehudah Amichai’s poem, “The Place Where We Are Right.” Interpretations of poems can vary, but for me, this piece refers to […]

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8 Desserts 1 Tray – Can it be Done ?

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

I was challenged by a fellow Youtuber, Stephen Halbhuber. Could I make 8 Desserts in 1 Tray? Well I’m always up for a challenge and of course I decided it would make a great Video Recipe. Now this has been made with ‘Box Desserts’ but I just had to try and recreate it completely from […]

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Immerse Yourself in the Flavors of ‘The Real Cancun’

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

The Ritz-Carlton’s highly personalized, chef-led market tour and cooking experience celebrates the discovery of local culinary delights.

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Exploring Vietnamese Street Food in Hanoi - The Culture Mom

Exploring Vietnamese Street Food in Hanoi - The Culture Mom


The Culture Mom

Tucked away in the heart of Hanoi lies the Hanoi Cooking Centre.  Located in 44 Chau Long Street, nestled on the edge of Hanoi’s old quarter and close to Truc Bach and West Lake, Hanoi Cooking Centre is a cooking school, and cafe. The centre offers hands-on cooking classes and short courses in a relaxed atmosphere, designed …

Sporadic Bursts of Instant Gratification (or, The Most Memorable Bites of the Year), 2016 edition

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

This year saw a lot of travel as we kicked off the year traveling around Southeast Asia for six weeks, visiting India, Singapore, southern Thailand and Vietnam. We ate a lot of incredible food on our inaugural visit to Vietnam, many of which made it here. There was always fish sauce on the table and, on occasion, a “grand cru” from Phu Quoc.

KERB Workshop February 2018

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

Sitting at your desk thinking about starting a street food business? Then this is for you. The KERB Workshop is a full immersion in how to make the jump from wanting to start a business to actually doing it. Our latest edition of this popular and impactful one-dayer brings together will provide powerful insight from […]

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Our Favorite Street Food in Hanoi | Hanoi For 91 Days

Our Favorite Street Food in Hanoi | Hanoi For 91 Days


Hanoi For 91 Days

We weren't as impressed with Hanoi's street food as we were with that of Saigon. In the capital, there's not as much variety...

InKERBator 2018: meet the first fleet

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

The InKERBator returns! Last year we launched the inKERBator scheme to mentor new street food businesses and keep a hot fresh bed of talent pulsing through our lunch market fleet.  To date, we’ve helped 30 new  businesses find their feet through it. Here’s the first batch of newbies who we’ve taken on board for 2018. […]

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Hanoi Street Food Tour

Hanoi Street Food Tour


Mum on the Move

A fabulous street food tour of Hanoi, featuring mouthwatering local Vietnamese street food dishes such as Bun Cha, Bahn Cuon and Ca Phe Trung.

The H’mong Opium Palace

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

Halfway between the Thấm Mã Pass and the Lũng Cú Flagpole, we made a stop at the Opium Palace of the H'mong. We were pretty excited about this. Of all the places which we've visited in our years of travel, almost none of them have had a name as intriguing as the "Opium Palace of the H'mong".

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Trader Cook Books

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

From Fattie’s salted caramel cornflake boccaditos to Vicky’s galactic space iced donut rings; Anna Mae’s spicy Juan macaroni to Eat Poke’s tropical ahi sushi bowls; The Bowler’s green Thai curry meatballs to Breddos steak tartare tacos… these KERBanist cook books are sure to keep you busy in the kitchen until our full fleet of lunch markets return.  BUY THEM […]

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Stuffed Sweet Pepper Green Curry Recipe

Stuffed Sweet Pepper Green Curry Recipe

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Curry Without the Hurry Sometimes we can add a little creativity and time to an ordinary Thai curry dish and a magic spell happens. When you bring the food to the table it produces a touch to the heart as well as a gastronomic experience. When I returned home for a visit, my mom’s kitchen invoked […]

Halong Bay Cruise Review

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

One of the reasons we chose to visit Vietnam so early on in our full-time travel adventure is that a boat cruise in Halong Bay has been on our bucket…

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Unique day trips from Jakarta that will refresh your mind

by Fransisca Angela @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

While there are a lot of interesting things to do and historical places to see in Jakarta (I’ll save these for another post), as a local who lives here, I often like to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a more laid-back environment. In this post I’ll share my recommendations of day […]

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Get the Inside Scoop on Hanoi Street Food With Guided Tours

Get the Inside Scoop on Hanoi Street Food With Guided Tours


The Daily Meal

Hanoi teems with sidewalk life. Motorbikes beep as they zoom past, pushing you closer to the woman washing chickens on the sidewalk who's crouched in front of a cafe packed with people drinking egg coffees or local beer.[related]

~Golden Cup Recipe – กระทงทอง~

~Golden Cup Recipe – กระทงทอง~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Golden Cup – กระทงทอง Golden cup – Krathong Tong – is a classic Thai dish served as an appetizer or snack. I learned how to make golden cups when I had my first kitchen and was taking professional culinary classes. Making the filling is quite easy. The hard part is making the golden cup. It requires a perfect dough […]

More About the Laksa

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

If you haven’t tried laksa before, you definitely should give it a go- it’s a meal that’s like a ray...

Bali off the beaten track: itinerary for the true wanderer

by Sanne Meijboom @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

Bali just made it to the number one global travel destination in 2017  in TripAdvisor Travelers Choice Awards ahead of London, Paris and Rome. What makes Bali truly unique and popular among travelers is that it combines all things many travelers are looking for. It has a tropical climate, delicious food, a vibrant culture, stunning […]

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WE ARE HIRING: Events Manager

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

WHAT: Events Manager WHEN: To start as soon as possible REPORTS TO: Alana Buckley, Head of Events JOB DESCRIPTION This role will be integral to KERB’s Private Events team. The role involves selling KERB catering to corporate and private clients and well as client and venue relationship management. , There will also be a strong […]

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Meal Kits in the South Island!

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

The Sachie’s Kitchen Meal Kits are making their way down the South Island!   Check out the New Worlds we...

Netflix: My Year in Review and Shows I am Thankful For

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

Disclosure: As part of Netflix’s Stream Team, I get inside access to Netflix’s programming and share my thoughts on their programming with my readers often. But as always, my thoughts are my own. Netflix just gets better and better. I’ve been a member since its humble start and am continuously impressed with its original and […]

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A Tour of the United Kingdom in Cakes and Biscuits

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

No journey to the UK is complete without a slice of cake or a nibble on a biscuit. We take you from Scotland to the south of England, listing their well-known and less commonly known tea-time treats.

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This Phnom Penh Boutique Hotel is a Unique Retreat in the City Centre

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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This Phnom Penh boutique hotel is perfect for couples or families who want comfort, style, and a peaceful place to retreat after exploring the bustling city. There’s a special magic that happens when a hotel finds the right balance between comfort, design, and a welcoming atmosphere. TeaHouse Asian Urban Hotel, a welcoming boutique hotel in […]

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London's Best Street Food

London's Best Street Food


Travelodge

Gone are the days of squashed sandwiches and flavourless pasta salads, London street food is all the rage. Both convenient and tasty, street food is a...

Ultimate Asia guide for women traveling alone

by Sanne Meijboom @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

Did you know that we, women, are making up nearly two-thirds of travelers today? If you also do a quick Google search on ‘solo female travel’ you can see that in the past 5 years, the interest in this topic has more than tripled. Even when we’re traveling with a male partner it is 85% […]

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How to Eat (and Cook) Like a Local in Rome

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

It’s not enough to know WHERE and WHAT to eat when you travel. You also need to learn a little about the HOW of it. Following the local food customs can significantly reduce friction between visitors and locals while increasing the overall enjoyment of your stay. When it comes to food and drink, every culture has […]

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Eating & Drinking Denver, Colorado: Fall 2016 Edition

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Earlier this year our friends moved from Brooklyn to Denver, Colorado. This fall we had the chance to visit Denver so we could see their new lives and explore the Mile-High City for our first time. In just a few short days we ate and drank a bunch (shocker!); here are some of the spots we really enjoyed.

Eating Bangkok, Thailand, Fall 2016 Edition

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Bangkok has a street food life that doesn’t sleep. You can find vendors pretty much everywhere and at all hours selling savory foods, sweet foods, drinks and fruits. There are also many shophouses and trendy restaurants serving up Thai food. Opinions are to be had about whether street food or shophouses are better, but either way you won’t go hungry.

~Red Curry Shrimp with Pineapple Recipe-แกงคั่วสับปะรด~

~Red Curry Shrimp with Pineapple Recipe-แกงคั่วสับปะรด~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Summery Curry  For Thai curry lovers like myself, I cannot think of any Thai curry better on a hot summer day than Phuket Red Curry Shrimp with Pineapple – Gang Kue Sapparod – แกงคั่วสับปะรด. Your Seattle summer will become a tropical paradise escape when you savor this summery curry. Pineapple has a nickname: “A Thousand Eyes Fruit” […]

5 of the Best Places to Eat Street Food in Hanoi, Vietnam

5 of the Best Places to Eat Street Food in Hanoi, Vietnam


The Culinary Travel Guide

Hanoi's food scene can be overwhelming with it's mix of smells and tastes, but it's well worth exploring since it's one of the freshest, healthiest and most flavorful cuisines in the world.

Things to do in Turin Italy in One Day: Pizza, Gelato & Must-See Sights

by Stephen @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Here’s your guide to things to do in Turin Italy in one day, including the best pizza and gelato as recommended by our local friends! It includes a self-guided walking tour map, too. Though it’s not a huge city like Rome or a capital of fashion like Milan, Turin Italy (also known as Torino) is […]

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Visiting Hoi An Lantern Festival – Full Moon Celebration of Lights

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Soon after booking our trip to Hoi An, we realised that the dates of our stay would mean we miss out on one of the citys most famous traditions –…

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The Best Hanoi Street Food Tour - The Foodie Dietitian

The Best Hanoi Street Food Tour - The Foodie Dietitian


Kara Lydon

Hanoi, Vietnam is the place to go for delicious, authentic street food and Hanoi Street Food Tours is the company to book with. Recapping the best Hanoi street food tour!

~Thai Ceremony & Culinary Traditions~

~Thai Ceremony & Culinary Traditions~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Thai Ceremony & Culinary Traditions One year, remembrance. I arrived in Phuket in late March 2015 amid the stunning beauty of the hot season. All my favorite flowers from large trees were in full bloom, and the sky had a beautiful blue hue. The heat and humidity greeted me and welcomed me home. I love […]

Drinking Bangkok, Thailand: Cocktails, Fall 2016 Edition

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

While we primarily ate on the streets, Bangkok is also a cosmopolitan world city — you can eat Thai food at fancy places, spend the evening at a wine bar, or have a nightcap at one of the many cocktail bars.

5 ways to eat noodle in Vietnam

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  Noodle soup is not the only child in Vietnamese noodle family. It has siblings chấm noodle, trộn noodle, xào noodle and other dishes. 1. Chan Chan means pour You pour a generous amount of broth to cover the noodle which not only to flavour it but to keep it hot while you are eating. […]

Ultimate guide to food in Hanoi Old Quarter - the best local street eats!

Ultimate guide to food in Hanoi Old Quarter - the best local street eats!


TripGourmets

Eating out in Hanoi, or more specifically finding the best local street eats can be daunting. This is our ultimate guide to food in Hanoi Old Quarter

~Thai Ingredients with a New Twist~

~Thai Ingredients with a New Twist~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Thai Twist As we approach the end of the year, I would like to take this occasion to wish you all a very happy holiday season with joy and cheers. I very much appreciate your support in following Pranee’s Thai Kitchen blog and attending my Thai cooking classes. A heartfelt thank you! I hope I […]

Rom Ngao Indo-Chine (Hanoi Kitchen) Bangkok

Rom Ngao Indo-Chine (Hanoi Kitchen) Bangkok


Travelfish

Situated on non-touristy Charoen Nakhon Road but within walking distance from Krung Thonburi BTS, this no frills open-fronted restaurant claims to be the only place in Bangkok focusing on northern Vietnamese cuisine, and they do a great job of it too.

3 of the Best Cities in Spain for Food-Focused Travel

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

Find out which destinations were endorsed by over 118 million real reviews from global travelers on Booking.com as the best food cities in Spain.

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~Food Bloggers Dream, IFBC Conference~

~Food Bloggers Dream, IFBC Conference~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Food & Friends Most food lovers dream about food and share their ideas and creations enthusiastically with friends. For many, however, the passion drives us to go even further and become food professionals. This past September, many food lovers attended the International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC) held in Seattle. The conference was a place for all […]

First Drafts: Sarah Kosar

by heather @ The Yard Theatre

Safari, Sanctuary, and Sea: My Week in Kenya Part I

by Chantal Blake @ Vegan Travel

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Eating Chiang Mai, Thailand, Fall 2016 Edition

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

A handful of street food vendors dot the streets of Chiang Mai during the day, but once the sun goes down and the night markets are set up, the street food really comes alive. Most of these dishes won’t be on the menu at your local pad Thai take-out spot back home.

The Best Eco Yoga Mat to Energize Your Practice in 2018

by Stephen @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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If you’re looking for an eco yoga mat that is durable, comfortable, and non slip, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve tried all of these yoga mats and my reviews will help you choose the right mat for you body and your practice. Students are always asking me what yoga mat I use. Because […]

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Seed to table – sustainable and traditional agriculture

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Last Sunday, The Hanoi Chef Community and the Japanese NGO were together organising a co-event: SEED TO TABLE  – To educate people about slow food and sustainable agriculture – To support local farmers create dishes from local ingredients which in turn, they can develop their food business.       We prepared food from ingredients that […]

Best Anti Theft Travel Bags and Accessories To Keep Your Travel Gear Safe

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

As full-time travellers, one of the questions we hear most often is “how do you keep your stuff safe when travelling?”. The answer may be that we have just been…

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How to Make the Best Chilaquiles in the World

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

Cinco de Mayo is just a few days away. Why not ditch the Old El Paso this year and upgrade your fiesta with these maximum flavor chilaquiles instead.

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Street Food Tours

by stickyrice @ Street Food Tours

NEWS Don't forget to follow us on twitter at @streeteatshanoi and check out our Hanoi Street Food Tours blog - scroll down for the latest news there. The food available in Hanoi's narrow alleys and tree-lined boulevards is just as much a part of the city as its lakes and...

Street Food Tours

by stickyrice @ Street Food Tours

NEWS Don't forget to follow us on twitter at @streeteatshanoi and check out our Hanoi Street Food Tours blog - scroll down for the latest news there. The food available in Hanoi's narrow alleys and tree-lined boulevards is just as much a part of the city as its lakes and...

2 Weeks in Chile

by Sophie @ Vegan Travel

Chile was an adventure, shared with my best friend, two weeks full of laughs and avocados and empanadas and sunburns and bus rides and the kind of talk you can only have with that person that knows you since you […]

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Branston Pickle – Homemade and Delicious

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

Many people have asked for a Homemade Branston Pickle recipe, so this is a recipe that I have been promising to do for a very long time. I can assure you it is worth the wait as nothing beats a great Branston Pickle served with a Mature Cheddar Cheese and some Crusty Bread – Yum […]

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Hanoi Train Street – Experiencing an urban phenomenon

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

When we decided to visit Hanoi, of course we started to look at the various sights and attractions in the city. One thing jumped out at us as being a…

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Homemade, bio vegan dishes in Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

by Edit Horvath @ Vegan Travel

I love eating. For me trying new dishes, new flavour combinations and local cuisine have always been part of travelling. After turning to be vegetarian, my options became less and turning to vegan even less. If you just want to […]

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Follow Donal to Vietnam S1 Ep3 - Hanoi Kitchen

Follow Donal to Vietnam S1 Ep3 - Hanoi Kitchen


Food

Food writer and host Donal Skehan explores the wonders that Vietnam has to offer. From stunning street food, to magnificent views and culture, he truly immerses himself into the Vietnamese way of life.

Wines with Premshree: 2012 Domaine Chevillon-Chezeaux Les Saint-Georges, Nuits-Saint-Georges Premier Cru

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

I have written about a different "Les Saint-Georges" wine from a different wine-maker (Domaine Robert Chevillon) and a different vintage (2001) in the past. This one comes from Domaine Chevillon-Chezeaux. If you're wondering if there is a shared lineage between the two wine-makers, then you're right.

Maker: Sun Kim, Chef, Meta, Singapore

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Meet Sun Kim, the ambitious, humble chef behind Meta, located in restaurant-packed Keong Saik Road in Singapore's Chinatown, offering French-influenced cuisine with a distinctly Korean inflection.

If you only eat one thing this week... - The Very Hungry Londoner

If you only eat one thing this week... - The Very Hungry Londoner


The Very Hungry Londoner

… make it Hanoi Kitchen’s bún thịt from their stand at KERB, King’s Cross.  Hanoi Kitchen is my latest KERB discovery; tried on Thursday, when the sun spent the morning pouring into my office, taunting me along… View Full Post

South Island Giveaway- Have Dinner On Us!

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

Hi South Islanders! I know you’ve been patiently awaiting the launch of the Meal Kits- don’t worry, my team and...

HANOI KITCHEN - Street Food & Craft Beer Festival

HANOI KITCHEN - Street Food & Craft Beer Festival


Street Food & Craft Beer Festival

Hanoi Kitchen was born from a love of the street food in Vietnam. Having scoured the streets of Hanoi and tasted every dish along the way, they persuaded their favourite traders to teach them the best Vietnamese street eats so that we could bring them home to the UK.

Hanoi Mee Kitchen & Bar

Hanoi Mee Kitchen & Bar


Hanoi Mee Kitchen & Bar

Hanoi Mee,traditional & fusion Vietnamese food in Port Melbourne. Come & taste Good Food Guide Chef Hat Ennis's wonderful dishes.

Where to Drink Specialty Coffee in Bangkok, Thailand: Fall 2016 Edition

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

On the surface Bangkok is still a place for Thai iced teas and sweetened coffee drinks, but the specialty coffee scene here is growing rapidly. Unlike New York or London, Bangkok has an advantage neither of those cities have — Thailand is also an origin country.

7 Iconic Foods That Will Make You Want to Be a New Yorker

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

You haven’t fully explored New York City until you’ve toured its unique multi-cultural cuisine. Every borough offers up its own gastronomic delights. And just when you think you’ve seen and tasted it all, a new food obsession explodes onto the scene. That’s what makes the Big Apple’s cuisine so exciting! But for every hot new trend, […]

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~Young Galangal and Tender Stem – Kha Oon – ข่าอ่อน-หน่อข่าอ่อน~

~Young Galangal and Tender Stem – Kha Oon – ข่าอ่อน-หน่อข่าอ่อน~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Young Galangal – Kha Oon – ข่าอ่อน I have many fond memories of my apprenticeship at a young age to my grandmother in her kitchen. One of the tasks I performed was harvesting the tender stems and rhizomes—the horizontal, underground stem that sends out roots and shoots from its nodes—of the galangal plant. In the old days, we had […]

Steve's Kitchen Food Tour In Hanoi - Steve's Kitchen

Steve's Kitchen Food Tour In Hanoi - Steve's Kitchen


Steve's Kitchen

Join me as I explore and taste my way around the street foods of Hanoi. Where I have tested and tasted countless dishes so I could put together my Top 10 Street Food Tour of Hanoi for you all to enjoy. Steve’s Kitchen Food Tour In Hanoi Download or Print the Map to see exactly …

Where You Can Find Me

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

I apologize for my silence here on the blog as of late. Call it a combination of working full time and raising kids. Then there were the holidays. We went to Montreal and Vermont for a week, for a bit of skiing, spa’ing, and relaxation. Stay tuned for more on that in future articles and […]

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Drinking Chiang Mai, Thailand: Specialty Coffee, Fall 2016 Edition

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Not only is Chiang Mai close to the origins of much of the Arabica (and specialty) coffee grown in Thailand, it also embraces a culture of experimentation.

From Đồng Văn to Yên Minh

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

Our third day on the road in Ha Giang was spent in a battle with frequent cloud bursts. Up until now, we'd been having great weather, so it didn't feel right to complain, especially since the slower pace gave us more time to appreciate the province's unbelievable scenery.

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Dubai all-inclusive holiday vegan tips and skydiving

by Suzy Jones @ Vegan Travel

Dubai is the last part of my trip from India to Nepal to Oman to Dubai, we went to the Dubai Mall and this place is massive. While there we got lunch at a falafel place called Karam Express, and […]

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Ao Quán – A touch of rural Vietnamese food and scene in Hanoi Centre

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Authentic food, affordable price, the rural scene and atmosphere here remind us of where we were and have been – Nostalgia. Ao Quán became our another favourite spot in town. I’ve been here 4 times and will be back again.     I first came to this place beyond my friend Khu’s recommendation – a […]

Giveaway time!

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

Hi guys!   As a thank you for supporting the Meal Kits, I’m giving away the entire set of 7...

Reflecting on Meeting Some of the Cast and Crew from “The Greatest Showman,” a Musical Feast

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

Disclosure: I attended a screening and press junket hosted by 20th Century Fox. I was not paid to write this post. It’s so crazy that two weeks ago I knew very little about Phineas Taylor Barnum. I knew he started the circus I grew up with, but little more. Since seeing the upcoming Christmas motion picture “The […]

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8 Main Meals in 1 Tray

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

I had fun making the 8 Desserts in 1 Tray so I thought I would challenge myself to see if it was possible to make 8 Main Meals in 1 Tray. Can I really make 8 main course dishes and put them all together in 1 Tray? What main dish would you want to be […]

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Hidden places in Nairobi, Kenya that few travelers know about

by Sanne Meijboom @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

Nairobi is not so straight forward when visiting as a traveler. How should you spend 2 days in Nairobi? Most travelers look at TripAdvisor that offer a handful of things to do in Nairobi, but they don’t give a good impression of Nairobi as a city or of the Kenyan culture, in my opinion. This […]

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Hanoi For 91 Days: E-Book Travel Guide

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

After having spent three months in Saigon, Jürgen and I got on the road to the north. For the next 91 days, we'd travel slowly toward Hanoi. The first month was spent in the fascinating middle regions of Vietnam. During the second month, we tried to survive the chaotic capital city. And we explored the unbelievable nature of the north during the third month. We've now collected our experiences in Hanoi and North Vietnam into an e-book travel guide, with all of our articles and over 280 full-color photographs, in one handy, portable edition.

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Phnom Penh Tours: A Revealing Exploration of Cambodia’s Most Famous Buildings

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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Architecture fans won’t want to miss the Phnom Penh tours run by the team at Khmer Architecture Tours. This post will show you exactly what you can expect from the 1960s New Khmer Architecture Tour. For me, half the pleasure in visiting a city comes from looking up at buildings that make up its landscape. […]

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What is Authentic Cooking?

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

The term ‘authentic’ is one that is used in the cooking world a lot, and everyone has their own definition...

~Thai Coconut Custard with Mung Beans, Khanom Mo Gaeng – ขนมหม้อแกงถั่ว~

~Thai Coconut Custard with Mung Beans, Khanom Mo Gaeng – ขนมหม้อแกงถั่ว~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Heavenly Dessert When I was young I could not resist eating Khanom Mo Gang – ขนมหม้อแกงถั่ว – Thai Coconut Custard with Mung Beans. One small parcel in a banana leaf was not enough for my hungry soul. In Thai cuisine there are many kinds of Mo Gang Thai custard but two types dominate: one with egg, palm sugar and coconut milk, […]

Transit Travel: A Summer Day in Helsinki, Finland

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

I spent a leisurely Saturday exploring the specialty coffee scene in Helsinki, concluding my evening with a delightful meal that let me vicariously explore Helsinki and its surrounding forests. Instead of indulging in the almost masochistic pleasure that can only arise from knowing the pain of separation that comes from familiarity, transit travel allows one to experience the beauty in fleetingness itself

Assistant Director Ruby’s Rehearsal Blog

by heather @ The Yard Theatre

Hanoi Kitchen - Portland, OR - Portland Mercury

Hanoi Kitchen - Portland, OR - Portland Mercury


Portland Mercury

p>PHO RESTAURANTS are about as prevalent as bus stops here, but pho is just a minor player in Hanoi Kitchen's lineup. It's a family-run operation: Mom is at the stove, and the daughters run the spacious and immaculate front-of-house. They seem to know they're a bit of a secret, and come over a bit giddy when they learn it's your first time—like they're excited for you. They should be, because Hanoi Kitchen's menu, distinguished by unique dishes, fresh ingredients, fair pricing, and a heartiness that makes it feel like home cooking, merits them far more buzz than they get.Hanoi Kitchen offers a wide-ranging menu that showcases fresh meats and vegetables, generous portions, and strong value. Family pride and integrity result in Vietnamese food of excellent quality and—if a dining room consistently full of Vietnamese patrons of all ages is any indication—authenticity. Hanoi Kitchen, Portland, OR, Vietnamese

KERB on Monocle Radio

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

Street food has become a huge thing internationally and Britain can be tough place for a fresh trader to start out. That’s why we launched the inKERBator scheme; to give new talent a platform to grow from and a structure to help it blossom out.  Last week, our head of Community and Talent, Ollie Hunter, got […]

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Hanoi's Best (Vegan) Street Food - Vegan Travel Blog on VeganTravel.com

Hanoi's Best (Vegan) Street Food - Vegan Travel Blog on VeganTravel.com


Vegan Travel

Following along with Lucas as he goes behind the scenes and into the kitchen of Hanoi, Vietnam's only 100% vegan street food vendor - Món chay hè phố!

7 Awesome Koh Samui Activities and Adventures (that you won’t find on other lists!)

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Koh Samui island has long been one of the country’s favourite hotspots for tourists and holidaymakers. These days, on arrival at Thailands second-biggest island you can find literally hundreds of…

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~Kin Khao Kan – กินข้าวกัน – Let’s Eat Together~

~Kin Khao Kan – กินข้าวกัน – Let’s Eat Together~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Kin Khao Kan – กินข้าวกัน – Let’s Eat Together Kin Khao Rue Yang – กินข้าวหรือยัง – Have you eaten yet? This is the warmest greeting in Thai culture. It is used like “how are you?” in other cultures and is an everyday practice for greeting family members, friends, neighbors or a visitor who happens to walk […]

The Dominican Tree House Village is as cool as it sounds

by Edit Horvath @ Vegan Travel

When I was a kid I loved watching The Swiss family Robinson in the tv. I could really imagine myself as part of the family. I spent time thinking what I would do differently, how I would build my own […]

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KERB X STREET CHILD

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

NEWS: we’ve officially partnered with Street Child UK, to help children in some of the world’s poorest countries get off the streets and into school. We’ll be supporting mothers in west Africa to set up their own food businesses so they can pay for school uniforms, books and pens. Isatu is one of the mothers who […]

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PERFECT CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

by Michele @ Steve's Kitchen

Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies or at least my Perfect Cookies but keep watching to see how to make them your Perfect Cookies 😋 What is your Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie? Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider Becoming a Patreon we Love our Patreons, they keep the show Rolling Or send some Love through PayPal every little helps.. ❤️ How to make […]

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~Yangon Almond Pancake with Honey-Lime Syrup Recipe~

~Yangon Almond Pancake with Honey-Lime Syrup Recipe~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Originally posted on Pranee's Thai Kitchen:
Yangon, Myanmar June 2009 My very  first breakfast in Yangon. When I was in Yangon last year I spent my first morning looking for a market near the hotel. It was a street that had many stalls and breakfast type food stands. Everything in Yangon was very exciting for me, as a neighbouring country to…

~Bael Fruit Tea Recipe- Cha Matoom – ชามะตูม~

~Bael Fruit Tea Recipe- Cha Matoom – ชามะตูม~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Amazing Fruit Bael fruit is not as mysterious as you might think. If you are one of the many people who have never heard of it, this recipe will provide you with a sweet and fragrant opportunity to learn about it. Its history is ancient, having been used long before the advent of Hinduism, and it carries […]

Review: “What We’re Up Against” by Theresa Rebeck

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

In the aftermath of the Harvery Weinstein scandal, #MeToo, and everything that’s going on in the world, a play about gender issues seems more relevant than ever. Theresa Rebeck’s What We’re Up Against at the WP Theater is that play for me, and as soon as it started, I knew I was in for something timely […]

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A Walk Through Du Gìa

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

After a long, rainy day on the road, we arrived at the Du Gìa Homestay as dusk was settling in. This town is a popular stop during tours of Ha Giang, and we met a few other travelers, and heard their tales of woe. The next morning, we arose early for a walk through the sleepy town.

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10 travel tricks that will save you a fortune

by Lance Whilst @ I Like Local Blog

I Like Local Blog

Heading abroad is great fun. Whether you’re off on your annual summer family holiday or a romantic city break over a long weekend, exploring a new place is exciting and rewarding. But going abroad can be expensive if you don’t plan well. You’ve got to think about how you’re getting there, where you’ll stay, what […]

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Vietnam Itinerary: How to Get the Most from 1–4 Weeks in Vietnam

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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These one-week itineraries can be done on their own or combined to create the ultimate adventurous Vietnam itinerary. This is an amazing country, so grab our itinerary suggestions and get planning your trip! Unless you’ve got months and months to explore Vietnam, I suggest you plan your Vietnam travel route for a specific region. There’s […]

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Raw vegan retreats in Samana, Dominican Republic

by Edit Horvath @ Vegan Travel

Travelling around the Dominican Republic, searching for the best places where you can eat vegan dishes. I was not expecting to find my best raw experience ever in a remote corner of the Samana area.  Comparing the crowdies of the […]

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3 Reasons You’ll Love ‘Eat Local in Barcelona: A Guide to Catalan Cuisine’

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

Eat Local in Barcelona: A Guide to Catalan Cuisine Have you ever arrived at your dream destination super-excited to dive into the local cuisine only to realize you have no idea where to start? That was me in Venice in 2013, a city notorious for its tourist traps. I arrived without a plan then spent the […]

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VEGAN EUROTRIP – Where to eat in Vienna

by Kayleigh @ Vegan Travel

Stop number three on this crazy whirlwind of a trip landed us in Vienna – just a short (ish) train ride from Budapest. And if you remember from my last post, we were well equipped on that train ride with […]

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Vietnamese food | Auckland | Indochine Kitchen

Vietnamese food | Auckland | Indochine Kitchen


Vietnamese food | Auckland | Indochine Kitchen

Authentic Hanoi Vietnamese food. Indochine Kitchen is a Vietnamese bar and restaurant in Auckland's Britomart. Our food is fresh, delicious & healthy.

Maker: Dontree, Namfon and Boy, flour flour, Chiang Mai Thailand

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Dontree (Miles), Namfon and Boy (Hippo the Dripper) bring wild yeast breads and great drip coffee (pourover and aeropress) to one place. When we visited, they operated as a pop-up during the day out of Minimeal. Now they have their own location on soi 17.

Sachie’s Kitchen Teriyaki Burger Challenge!

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

I made this amazing Teriyaki Chicken burger and it was so delicious AND easy!! You don’t need any additional ingredients...

Valentine’s Day with The Cheese Wheel

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

GRAB A DATE WHO LOVES CHEESE.  On 14 and 15 Feb, KERBanist (and Instagram cheese phenomenon) Graham Bradbury will be getting behind the wheel at KERB Counter to cook you up a four course Cheese Wheel feast at our KERB Counter site. The star course: your very own grana-padano wheel to dunk extra long (Lady and the Tramp “belle notte” style) fettucine limbs into, with toppings on the side, […]

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The Kamthieng House – Northern Thai culture in Bangkok

by Tom @ TripGourmets

So there I was, in front of a small wooden building called Kamthieng House. Surrounded by massive skyscrapers in the middle of the megapolis called Bangkok. An oasis of peace…

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10 Things to do in Kampot

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Kampot is a sleepy but utterly charming small city located close to the south coast of Cambodia, within reach of the Vietnamese border. It sits on the banks of the…

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The Nine Must-Try Asian Dishes on SE 82nd Avenue

The Nine Must-Try Asian Dishes on SE 82nd Avenue


Eater Portland

82nd Avenue has long been heralded as a beacon of used car lots, seedy strip clubs, and some of the greatest food, namely Asian and Latin American, that Portland has to offer. However, the menus...

The Zoological Museum of Hanoi University

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

Walking around the streets of Hanoi, it's impossible not to wonder how many treasures the city has locked away, safely out of the view of tourists. One of the most interesting we discovered is a colonial-era zoological collection on the second floor of the Hanoi University science building.

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Hanoi street walking tour # 1 – where to eat Pho in Hanoi

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

If you are going to Hanoi and are asking “where to eat Pho” then you are in the right place. I’ve cooked pho to sell in London and Slovakia. Back to Vietnam I was seeking for places to try our Vietnamese “national” dish. I was looking for a clear both with nature delicate sweetness from […]

10 Of the Best London Street Food Traders - The Corinthia Insider

10 Of the Best London Street Food Traders - The Corinthia Insider


The Corinthia Insider

Competing for attention in one of the gastronomy capitals of the world, London street food traders are the best of the best. Try our favourites...

Vegan Curry Pie Night

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

OUR FIRST VEGAN VENTURE OF 2018! For two nights only, plant-powered titans SpiceBox and Young Vegans  will be joining forces to cook you up a three course dinner at our new indoor site.  Calling all fresh-sprouted vegans (and non vegans!) across the Camden cobbles for a vegan blow-out curry and pie night.  Those of you […]

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What is bún đậu mắm tôm?

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  Vietnamese language break down: Bún means rice vermicelli Đậu means tofu Mắm tôm is fermented shrimp paste     Bún đậu mắm tôm is a “dip noodle” dish which consist of rice vermicelli, fragrant herbs, fried tofu and/or boiled pork, fried pork terrine served with shrimp paste dipping sauce. This is a very popular […]

Real Vietnamese Cooking – 850,000vnd

by estaff @ Hanoi Cooking Class

Real Vietnamese Cooking is a culinary voyage through this unique and vibrant country. Using traditional cooking techniques to recreate local dishes and classic favourites at home, as well as lush photography and fascinating personal insights into the intricacies of the country’s rich culture, this book is your authoritative guide to Vietnamese cuisine. The recipes draw on the three main culinary regions of the country: the hearty food of the North, the imperial cuisine from the Centre, and the sweeter and spicier food from the tropical South. From classic Vietnamese fare such as Beef noodle soup (Pho Bo), Spring rolls (Nem) and Banana flower salad, as well as lesser-known recipes such as Caramel fish with galangal or Artichoke and pork rib soup, these recipes will delight and inspire lovers of Vietnamese cooking. Published in May 2014.

First Love Stories

by heather @ The Yard Theatre

Behind the idea with Petra

by KERB @ KERB – The Best of London Street Food

Here’s an interview with our founder, Petra Barran, reporting from USA soils while on hiatus in New Orleans. What KERB is about, how it all started, how the perception of street food is changing and how to get support if you’re a freshly budded trader or a dreamer with a new idea. Links below to […]

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~Lemongrass Tea Recipe, ชาตะไคร้ ~

~Lemongrass Tea Recipe, ชาตะไคร้ ~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Almost, My Thai Herb Garden Lemongrass – Takrai – ตะไคร้ I always try to enjoy my hometown of Phuket as a tourist would do, but my favorite part is visiting, catching up and dining with my family and relatives in the village. One of my fun days at home in Phuket was following my brother-in-law […]

Visiting Chiang Mai, Thailand: An Overview, Fall 2016

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Despite being the largest city in Northern Thailand, Chiang feels manageable and laid back, in part due to far less traffic and a smaller city center than its southern counterpart, Bangkok. Here is the practical information we observed in our time there.

~Passion Fruit – เสาวรส~

~Passion Fruit – เสาวรส~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Happy Holidays with Aloha Though I am Thai, and live mostly in Seattle with frequent visits to Thailand, I enjoy visiting Hawaii during the holiday seasons for an escape to warmer weather. In Hawaii, “aloha” is as commonly heard as Sawatdee –สวัสดี is in Thailand. Aloha, however, has many more meanings and today it is appropriate to choose […]

Restaurant Review: Brunch at Alice’s Arbor in Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

This past weekend my teenage daughter and I decided to take some time out of our daily routine and head to Bed Stuyvesant, Brooklyn for brunch. Our destination: Alice’s Arbor. It had been years since I’d been to Bed Stuy, and I always knew even then it was on the brink of gentrification and change, […]

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An Ice Cream Tour with Meghan in Chiang Mai’s Nimmanhaemin

by Meghan Zichelli @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

As soon as we arrived to Chiang Mai and started walking around our neighborhood of Nimmanhaemin, my well-trained eye noticed the abundance of ice cream shops. I made it my personal challenge to try as many of them as I could, in between bowls of khao soi and plates of mango sticky rice. Here are the ones I got to.

~Angled Luffa Gourd, Stir-Fried Angled Luffa with Egg Recipe~

~Angled Luffa Gourd, Stir-Fried Angled Luffa with Egg Recipe~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

What is a Fruit, Eaten as a Vegetable, and Used as a Sponge? Wait—you are eating luffa? Yes, in Thailand luffa fruit is eaten at a young stage as a vegetable. It is soft, sweet and aromatic after cooking, either in a stir-fry or a soup dish. We eat the whole fruit except for the skin. […]

~Thai Chili Powder Recipe, พริกป่นคั่ว~

~Thai Chili Powder Recipe, พริกป่นคั่ว~

by iLoveThaiCooking & Pranee's Thai Kitchen @ Pranee's Thai Kitchen

Thais Like It Hot ขอพริกป่นคั่วหน่อยค่ะ – Kho Prik Phon Krua Noi Kha, “May I have a little bit of chili powder?” This is a typical question to ask at a food stall if you wish to kick up the heat a notch or two on the food you were served. This is not considered an […]

This is Where to Stay in Kampot for Comfort, Free Bikes, and a Peaceful Pool

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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If you’re wondering where to stay in Kampot, this modern hotel is right in the city centre. You’ll be a short walk from the best local cafes, bars, and restaurants, or a simple stroll along the river. Many Kampot hotels are a few kilometres outside the city, with gorgeous river views, but it’s a bit […]

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Chef Cameron Stauch's Home Kitchen in Hanoi

Chef Cameron Stauch's Home Kitchen in Hanoi


Kitchn

Who cooks and eats here: Chef Cameron Stauch; his wife, Ayesha; children, Lyla (11) and Kiran (6); and his family's cook, Hong

Maker: Aldur Soosalu, Sous Chef, Restoran Ö, Tallinn

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

Meet Aldur Soosalu, a sous chef at Restoran Ö, in Tallinn, Estonia.

East Street Canberra now has a permanent home

East Street Canberra now has a permanent home


Good Food

It has a new name, but it's still the same Vietnamese street food.

Living Out Loud in Israel

by The Culture Mom @ The Culture Mom

“Greatness is not what happens to you. Greatness is who you are in the face of what happens to you.” – Adrienne Gold Davis This was one of the first things I heard on my recent trip to Israel with Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project (JWRP) and it really resonated with me. With this inaugural trip for […]

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Hanoi street food walking tour | Viet Food Channel

Hanoi street food walking tour | Viet Food Channel


Viet Food Channel

explore Hanoi Street Food with Vietnamese food experts and/or chefs

More About Pad Thai

by @ Cooking Classes Auckland | Sachie's Kitchen | Team Building Auckland

Pad Thai is one of the most famous Thai dishes that Kiwis recognise and love, and it’s no wonder- it’s...

Cambodia Itinerary: How to Get the Most from 2 Weeks in Cambodia

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

These 2-week itineraries can be done on their own or combined to create the ultimate adventurous Cambodia itinerary. This is an amazingly diverse country, so grab our itinerary suggestions and get planning your trip! There are so many ways to experience Cambodia that two weeks is not nearly enough! If time is not an issue, […]

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Hanoi street food walking tour

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Discover hanoi street food with us … You love food and wish to taste local food wherever you go. The pain is – a right local guide is hard to find. A right person must be the one who understand about food and they must be able to explain it to you. Well, at least, […]

Top 10 Barcelona Restaurants for First-Time Visitors

by The Culinary Travel Guide @ The Culinary Travel Guide

Barcelona expert Alex Sexton shares his Top 10 restaurant picks for anyone who wants to have a great meal in his favorite European city.

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Zagreb: A Rough Guide to Coffee and Food, Fall 2016 Edition

by Premshree Pillai @ Polka Dot Socks Blog - polka dot socks

I have taken a liking to Zagreb, since my first visit in 2014, and feel more comfortable with each annual visit I’ve made since then — I have my regular coffee and food spots I make the rounds of, and friends I visit.

Here’s the Thing About Eating Dog in Vietnam…

by Mike @ Hanoi For 91 Days

Before arriving, we'd read a lot about the Vietnamese penchant for chowing down on "man's best friend". However, during our three months in Saigon, we hadn't seen a single plate of dog being offered anywhere, and decided the stories were exaggerated. But it turns out that, in the north, they do eat dog. And it's not exactly uncommon.

WARNING: This article contains an image of a dead, cooked dog.

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