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An Ugly Actuality Regarding Your Wonderful nha trang discovery Future

An Ugly Actuality Regarding Your Wonderful nha trang discovery Future

by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

Emperor Cruise Day Tour Uncover this exciting amusement park, Vinpearlland by the cable automobiles over Nhatrang Bay with the longest distance in the world. The primary objective of this section is to push individuals to discover new locations around Nha Trang or to have a better or a extra distinctive view of the particular areas…

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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Pooping the Rainbow

Pooping the Rainbow

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

There is no end to the variety of seasonal foods available in our markets- from bright orange frosting to black-dyed...

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Panel: Exploring Good Food as Smart Business

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Panel: Exploring Good Food as Smart Business

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

FEATURING Rick Bayless (Frontera, Topolobampo, Xoco) Jeni Britton-Bauer (Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams) Andrew Tarlow (Wythe Hotel, Reynard, Marlow & more)...

5 things you need to know about cannabis cuisine

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

"With regulation is going to come a cutdown in innovation," says Hilary Bricken, cannabis law expert. Find out what to expect when it comes to buying and consuming edibles in Los Angeles.

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HRN’s Holiday Foodie Gift Guide

by HRN Intern Team @ Heritage Radio Network

In our humble opinion, there is no better gift during the holidays than the gift of food. And with the...

Budapest

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



Budapest is a beautiful city which reminds me in some ways of Paris, Rome and Porto, cities I've loved from previous trips.The Danube river divides Budapest into two parts and most tourists stay on the right hand side of the river then walk or take a cable car up to the Royal Palace for amazing city views. In general, things in Budapest are not as expensive compared to other big European cities.



We did a free city tour and it was pretty good with an very active young Hungarian girl. We walked around the city for about 3 hours and learned heaps about the culture and a little bit about food. Hungary's national dish is called Goulash, which can be served with chicken, pork or beef but I think, the beef option is the most popular and in most menus of the restaurants around. This dish is similar to stewed beef with potatoes, carrots and red wine in Vietnam which is also my favorite - something I eat for breakfast in my hometown.


We went to the Jewish quarter for a wander to see some of the 'ruin' bars and restaurants. Food wasn't the best but nice enough, probably not my type of food or I made the wrong choice. On the way back to the hotel, I happened to see a phở restaurant which was owned by a Vietnamese woman from the south. She sounded like she didn't want to sell her noodles and the way she spoke was a bit rude so I walked out - I was pretty full anyway. I bet she wouldn't have been so rude if she knew I could speak Vietnamese! I thought it would have been interesting to see how they were doing phở in Budapest



On our last day, we went to the Great Market Hall which is the main market of Budapest. This is a great market! Everything looked fantastic, very nicely organised, clean and friendly atmosphere. I enjoyed my coffee from a tiny shop where an old lady serves her coffee in very small paper cups with a tiny plastic stirrer. This market sells many types of sausages, cakes, fresh fruits, and of course the greatest variety of paprika you can imagine - in jars, tubes, powders and fresh, too. Our clients recommended that we eat at 'Fatal' restaurant as I wanted to find the best Goulash in Budapest. We had a great experience though the portions were the biggest portions we saw anywhere in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. We couldnt move when we rolled out of there. And of course we had beer, too!


We kept walking around the city for a couple of hours then we went to Raday Street which was lined with about 40 different restaurants to have a drink and dinner. We went to Paris, Texas Cafe for a drink. They served very nice wine and because it was happy hour prices, we decided to stay there. We ordered a rocket pizza and watched the US Open on TV. The pizza was great and we had a good time with thestaff and the lady owner. During our time in Budapest, we tried so many types of Hungarian wines and most all of them are really really good but we couldn't work out why they are not well known in the world. They are very cheap, starting from €3. Need to come back here again.

Food for the Soul: Eating Your Way Through Vietnam | Vietnamese Food Lovers

Food for the Soul: Eating Your Way Through Vietnam | Vietnamese Food Lovers


Vietnamese Food Lovers

You’ve probably seen this many times: a person sitting at a metal table at a hole-in-the-wall eatery, face held parallel to the plate or bowl in strong focus. In Vietnam, food isn’t just nutrition, it’s a philosophy – beautiful, complex and simple all at once. And lucky you – you can experience it yourself. A Family Affair Vietnamese food is not just an assortment of ingredients made in a specific manner. That’s a recipe, not a cuisine. At its most fundamental, Vietnamese food is both an idea and an experience. First and foremost, it’s a cuisine that celebrates the idea of family. As the writers of Golden Spoon & the Quintessence of Vietnamese Cuisine point out, “In Vietnamese culture, the family meal is always something holy. It is not only a place for reunion, but also a moment for connection, sharing [and] warmth that everyone saves for each other.” Walk around Saigon’s streets at night, and you’ll see this happy communion of souls at many a bia hoi and sidewalk restaurant: large groups laughing, shouting and cheersing over gigantic, family-style spreads of stir fries or communal hot pots. The Spice of Life However, what is most integral to Vietnamese food? For renowned Vietnamese chef Chiem Thanh Long,

The 8 Most Important Tweets from “Technology and the New Food Ethics” MOFAD Roundtable

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Panelists: –Stefani Bardin (@stefanirbardin)- Artist In Residence, Interactive Telecommunications Program, NYU, Part-Time Lecturer, The New School –Rachel Laudan (@rachellaudan) – Food Historian...

Gay Food 101, in 7 Tweets

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The very first ever Food Book Party was October 8, 2015!  Here’s the lowdown on Gay Food. Panelists: –Sarah Keough...

Good Food Mercantile, Brooklyn-Style (Part 1)

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The always fun, snack-filled Good Food Mercantile made its way to Brooklyn, and we couldn’t have been happier to spend the day...

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kamal Mouzawak

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kamal Mouzawak

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Kamal Mouzawak RESTAURATEUR/SOCIAL INNOVATOR Kamal created the first farmers’ market in Beirut, Souk el-Tayeb, which preserves food traditions and the...

Mike Perry and Kenya Coffee Cooperative to Coffee Category Winners at GFA 2016

Mike Perry and Kenya Coffee Cooperative to Coffee Category Winners at GFA 2016

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

A Cheese Excursion Through Cape Town & Surrounds

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

South Africa’s food capital offers wheels, wedges, and wine aplenty. Written by Ishay Govender-Ypma for Culture Cheese Magazine , July 2017. A Cheese Excursion Through Cape Town. [Note this article is written in American English] Feature in the Culture Cheese Magazine For visitors and armchair travellers alike, Cape Town conjures visions of majestic Table Mountain, [...]

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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...

Making Food Labels More Honest

Making Food Labels More Honest

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

You’re shopping the aisles of the grocery store. You pick up an item and look at the label. Can you...

‘Heritage Radio Network On Tour’ Featured in Southern Farm & Garden Magazine

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

This past summer, the renowned agricultural lifestyle magazine, Southern Farm & Garden, featured us in a 2-page story about our...

How Does hoi an tourist Show Good Results?

How Does hoi an tourist Show Good Results?

by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

Hoi An Tourist Commences The Building Of Tam Thanh Resort In the event you need plans, maps, avenue maps, points of curiosity and sights of Hoi An, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh Metropolis (Saigon), Hue or another city in Vietnam, contact us. Spend at least three full days in Hoi An. And should you plan to…

U.S. Food Policy is Making You Sick, For Real

U.S. Food Policy is Making You Sick, For Real

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Why is U.S. Department of Agriculture channeling resources into a “junk food diet” while simultaneously recommending that Americans eat more...

Pizza Isn’t Just Food, It’s an Art Form

Pizza Isn’t Just Food, It’s an Art Form

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

While almost everyone loves pizza, many of us are probably unaware just how difficult making the perfect slice is. Renown...

Just Food Conference: Monday’s Food Talks

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The second day of the 2017 Just Food Conference opened with a series of Food Talks from farmers and farm...

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...

FOOD BOOK PARTY: GAY FOOD 101

FOOD BOOK PARTY: GAY FOOD 101

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Food Book Fair presents Gay Food 101, a Food Book Party! Win a pair of tickets to Gay Food...

Need help organizing this Portugal itinerary

by layanluvstotravel @ Fodor's Forum

Day 1 (Monday)- we arrive in the morning in Lisbon. So we can try to get over our jet lag fast, I've schedule a free walking tour at 4:30pm. Not sure...

Advice from “Letters to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Charleston Wine + Food Festival starts Wednesday, March 2, 2016. In honor of this exciting event, we talked to a...

Woody Back’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Woody Back’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

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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Perth Tasting Guide

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

Perth, in Australia’s southwest is said to be the most isolated city in the country.  It’s calm and laid back with a young but growing food scene. Written by Ishay Govender-Ypma (@IshayGovender) for Fine Dining Lovers, 7 June 2017.   Central Bites,  “What makes Perth so interesting is the access to produce,” says Max Brearly of Offshoot Creative, [...]

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Kyoto - Kamura

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God


I had heard so much about the ancient city of Kyoto. Many of my friends and clients love this part of Japan and it hasn't disappointed me at all. Kyoto is a very charming city which has both a modern side and an old city which makes it very interesting. We stayed in Kyoto for 5 nights and totally fell in love with this city, with its incredible history and architecture, and like the whole of Japan, where everything works perfectly and a very friendly atmosphere exists.

I love the real contrast of taking a bus from the centre of Kyoto for 20 minutes to the north. Compared to the bustle of central Kyoto, I could feel the quietness of the old part of the city, where we enjoyed strolling along 'the Philosopher's Path' past and through the different shrines and temples. The walk along the canal was really great. There are many small cafes where they make their own cakes, great coffee and fresh juices.  The beautiful and simple design in each shrine made each one very special and I was really taken by the red color of those shrine's gates. So impressive!!!

Food is the main part of our travels and there's no reason to be unhappy with Japanese food. I have to admit that the food of this city really agreed with me. I didn't mind standing in queues for 30 minutes and sometimes up to 45 minutes just for a bowl of amazing Ramen or Udon noodles. I love the way Japanese queue for everything here, even for a fancy popcorn or ice cream. It's such a weird thing for me, probably because I'm from Vietnam (we're not that good at queuing) where we will just find another vendor if one is too busy and we don't have time to wait. Most of the people in the queues in Japan were teenagers and it seems that there are many food fads there. It's a fun place to eat and see what people are lining up for.

We spent the next 2 nights before heading to Osaka at the hot spring town north of Kyoto called Kamura. It was a magnificent place where we experienced true Japanese-style hospitality. They served amazing food with so many small dishes, some too good to be eaten. I admire the Japanese chefs who spend so much time not only cooking but also on the presentation of the food.

To help digest all of the food, we hiked a few hours across the mountain from Kurama to Kibune, a nearly town with a beautiful river running through it. The hike took us through a number of temples and statues of Buddha on the top of the mountain. The walk and the scenery was fabulous. I'm not normally good at this kind of activity but I enjoyed it so much that the time passed without me knowing. I'd heard about the famous Japanese hot springs (onsen) but was not so keen that you have to be completely naked. I got over it and kept coming back for about an hour each day to relax in hot natural water after long days walking and eating. 

Kyoto and Kurama - look out - because we will be back!

Beneficial And Gorgeous ninh binh tourism Ideas

Beneficial And Gorgeous ninh binh tourism Ideas

by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

On opening the marketing campaign of selling tourist destinations in Ninh Binh , Ninh Binh participated in the second Vietnam Worldwide Tourism Mart in Vietnam Exhibition Truthful Centre, with the theme Tourism promotion – New destination, new alternative and travelling for sustainable growth”. The occasion contributed to encouraging education and coaching and enhancing the capacity…

The Intangible Power of Good Service with Danny Meyer

The Intangible Power of Good Service with Danny Meyer

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

While food might seem like the most important factor in picking a place to eat, renown NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer...

Zayaan Khan – Food Activist

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

  Featured in Kulula's inflight magazine, Khuluma.   Food activist, seed librarian and community-driven leader, Zayaan Khan is changing the foodscape from the ground up. Written for Kululu's inflight magazine, Khuluma, 21 June 2017   Food As Sustenance, Knowledge, Life “Try this,” Capetonian Zayaan Khan (32) says, a headscarf draped loosely bandana-style over [...]

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Hot Diggity Dog! Castor & Pollux is HRN’s Newest Sponsor.

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We are excited to announce our new sponsor: CASTOR & POLLUX® makes purposeful pet food. They know that your pet is an...

What are Vietnam tours 2018 by trains like?

by thelittlenhi @ Fodor's Forum

In Vietnam tours, tourists prefer traveling by train. Where do train services in Vietnam can take you to? *Types of Vietnamese trains* There...

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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Why Doritos are Killing America

Why Doritos are Killing America

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Mark Schatzker wants you to put down the Doritos. The author of The Dorito Effect makes you rethink the way...

Alentejo Portugal

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

Featured in the SAA Sawubona inflight magazine Across an enchanting landscape of mountains, plains, rivers and ancient ruins, Ishay Govender-Ypma feasted on the flavours of the Alentejo, the breadbasket and wine barrel of Portugal. Written for SAA Sawubona inflight magazine, 21 July 2017   Acorns and Pastries “At one time we only fed [...]

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Around the World in 10 Cultured Dairy Products

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

A selection of popular and lesser-known cultured dairy for Fine Dining Lovers, 21 March 2016. Icelandic Skyr There’s renewed enthusiasm about the cultured dairy products of our forefathers. Food historian Anne Mendelson (Milk: The Surprising Story of Milk Through the Ages) thinks the interest in ancient milkways may stem from the “growing “know [...]

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MSG in Pho and what to do about it

by Good Food @ Good Food

Quite simply, monosodium glutamate, or MSG, makes things taste good, yet it continues to be feared and demonized. Vietnamese food authority Andrea Nguyen has written about the history of its use in pho and has sought to debunk some of the myths surrounding it.

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What is Mississippi Food?

What is Mississippi Food?

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Where does Mississippi cuisine come from? On episode 198 of The Food Seen, John Currence discusses how New Orleans Cuisine...

Why Michael Pollan is Winning the Race Against Soda

Why Michael Pollan is Winning the Race Against Soda

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

If you’re trying to start a food revolution, getting advice from renowned food activist and writer Michael Pollan is definitely...

All Eyes on the Plate: The Generation of Foodies

All Eyes on the Plate: The Generation of Foodies

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The millennial generation has an overarching love of two things- technology and food. Author Eve Turow explores why in her...

11 Healthier Alternatives to Your Favorite Winter Comfort Food

11 Healthier Alternatives to Your Favorite Winter Comfort Food

by Kaila Stein @ StyleCaster

Hearty stews, warming soups, chicken potpie, and more.

The HRN Instagram Hot-List: Ten Favorites from the Week In Food

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Here at HRN, we turn to our Instagram feed for inspiration, for the power of community, and always… something delicious. Here...

This Is What To Drink With BBQ

This Is What To Drink With BBQ

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Beer and food are a classic combination. Pretty much any food and any beer will go together well. But Joel...

The Next Big Bite 2017

The Next Big Bite 2017

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

“The Next Big Bite” presented by the New York Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier featured a panel discussion on the future of food...

Gay Food 101: A Food Book Party

Gay Food 101: A Food Book Party

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Tune in as Heritage Radio Network brings you a live recording of the very first Food Book Party– Gay Food...

Paul Fehribach’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Paul Fehribach’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

A Murray Christmas with the Croydon Foodbank

by Anna @ William Murray

Christmas is a time for giving, and every year we take great joy in huddling together around a gift catalogue to choose which festive – almost always chocolate based – gift to send our clients. It’s a small gesture to say thanks and well done to the people we’ve worked closely (and tirelessly) with to […]

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Boracay 2014, Philippine

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God

Recently, after being refused a visa for Japan, I spent just a couple of nights in both Boracay and Manila in the Philippines. Because it was such a short stay, I can't tell you much about the whole country but I loved it there very much due to the people I met and what I ate
Boracay made a great first impression mainly due to the shock of the amazing white sand beach and the clear, huge expanse of blue sky. It took me about 5 minutes to think about the beach on arrival as I couldn't believe this beach could be real. I decided to spend most of my time on the beach drinking San Miguel beer and swimming - let's face it, there's probably not much else to do! Oh, and eating, of course.



 With my fussy eating, I walked down the main d*talipapa market area to choose my own fresh seafood before bringing it over to be cooked at the restaurants. It was a real heaven for me, eating seafood everyday. The local people cooked the seafood in different styles and they turned out well. Even though I prefer to eat seafood very simply, some of their preparations were interesting and I learned ways of mixing new ingredients. The locals were surprised about how much I could eat and how much of an expert I am at eating crabs and prawns. Once they heard I grew in a coastal town, they understood why. I prefer eating steamed and grilled seafood with a Nha Trang simple dipping sauce: salt, lime, pepper and lots of chili but Pilipino don't eat that way :). 


The hotel staff wondered why I kept skipping breakfast. I didn't want to offend them but I never eat hotel breakfasts because then I miss an opportunity for a local breakfast experience. It's just my personal thing but I prefer to take a tri-bicycle or walk down to the market or a local eatery to try the local stuff on offer. That's the best way to learn about the culture and cuisine. I'm a friendly chatty person so locals don't mind spending some time talking to me. They all thought I was from China which is a bit sad but really, especially because of what is happening in our region recently. I do prefer if they think I'm local :).

One big mistake I made when I was in Boracay was going to an Italian restaurant for dinner, upon the recommendation of the hotel staff. The food was reasonable but I would have enjoyed the experience of eating in a local restaurant a couple of minutes down the road, like I'd originally planned. Think I'll stuck with my plan next time.

The nightlife in Boracay is also very interesting. There is a lot of 80s style music being played by bands and DJs and I realized that's why so many Filipino singers in Vietnam are obsessed with the same music. The nightclubs and bars are pretty busy every night but the atmosphere is fun and there is no fighting or other nasty stuff going on.


Boracay is definitely one of my favorite places and I'm pretty sure I'll go back again in the very near future.

Love Bites: Where Dining and Dating Collide

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Love Bites is a show featuring Jacqueline and Ben, two thirty (something!) long-time friends. Joined by guests from all over the food and...

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Majora Carter

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Majora Carter

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

MAJORA CARTER URBAN REVITALIZATION STRATEGY CONSULTANT Majora Carter is an urban revitalization strategy consultant, real estate developer, and Peabody Award...

David Gremmels of Rogue Creamery to Cheese Category Winners at GFA 2016

David Gremmels of Rogue Creamery to Cheese Category Winners at GFA 2016

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Grimy Details About halong tours from hanoi Unveiled

Grimy Details About halong tours from hanoi Unveiled

by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

Vietnam OpenTour Halong Bay Cruises is a Halong primarily based provider offering excursions and cruises to the world heritage site of Halong Bay with up to date excursions and itineraries to travelers who are planning a cruise to go to Halong Bay. If you are vegetarian or cannot eat some sorts of seafood, it is…

Aboriginal Cooks on Bush Tucker

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

Aboriginal cooks and chefs weigh in on the native ingredients made popular by famous restaurants in Australia. Written for Fine Dining Lovers, 1 June 2017.   Rayleen Brown A Café Up North At Kungas Can Cook, a café in Alice Springs serving food like burgers, salads, ice teas, pies and brownies, Aboriginal owner [...]

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Style Files: Jodi Ettenberg

Style Files: Jodi Ettenberg


The Culinary Travel Guide

Our Q & A with Jodi Ettenberg. Jodi is a writer, photographer, and food-obsessed traveler who's been exploring the world since she quit her job as a lawyer in April 2008.

Eat Fish, Live Longer

Eat Fish, Live Longer

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Brooklyn-based restaurateur and fish fanatic Yuji Haraguchi joins Akiko Katayama on Episode 35 of Japan Eats! to talk high-quality seafood:...

Crabs in Phu Quoc: Nutritious type of seafood

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Crab is a popular animal and one of the main sources of food in Phu Quoc. Crab is used in a lot of dishes in this island province. Here are some of the main dishes that can be made using crab in Phu Quoc as well as some information about where to experience them by yourself.

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Good Food Mercantile, Brooklyn-Style (Part 3)

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

For this section of interviews from the Good Food Mercantile at the Brooklyn Expo Center, we’re delving deep into specialty products and what it...

All The Z’s – Part 2 – Zakusi, My Way

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

For today’s venture into the world of food that starts with the letter z, we are travelling both to Russia and back to one of the first books I  ever featured on this blog – the totally bonkers Food For Lovers by Kellly Brodsky.  The Zakusi were the perfect option as I have been waiting for […]

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MOFAD Roundtable: Technology and the New Food Ethics

MOFAD Roundtable: Technology and the New Food Ethics

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The promise of a cleaner, cheaper, safer, more abundant food supply has pervaded the discourse around what we eat ever...

Wendell Berry Wants You to Slow Down

Wendell Berry Wants You to Slow Down

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

As the food industry continues to industrialize, the care that goes into food production continues to diminish. Farms have become...

No Rules, Just Ramen

No Rules, Just Ramen

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

In the strict and unforgiving culinary world of Japan, chef Ivan Orkin found ramen: the one Japanese food without boundaries....

Jewish Food is More than Just Brisket and Lox

Jewish Food is More than Just Brisket and Lox

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

What comes to mind when you think about Jewish food? Chances are you thought about brisket, challah, lox, and the...

A Look at Our Radio Roots by Patrick Martins

by Patrick Martins @ Heritage Radio Network

Since Slow Food began, we have seen fads melt and trends rise and fall. We’ve seen the food world morph...

Marcia’s Munchies Founder Speaks, GFA Pickle Category Winners 2016

Marcia’s Munchies Founder Speaks, GFA Pickle Category Winners 2016

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Southern Wing Showdown at the James Beard House

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Hannah Fordin Chef Thomas Marlowe, making magic happen in a Big Green Egg. HRN On Tour headed over the...

Chao Long in Vietnam: Amazing porridge

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Chao Long is one of the best street food available in Vietnam.

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Manila

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



After relaxing on the beach in Boracay, I stayed a few days in Manila and it was so much fun. I met some of my previous street food tour clients and they took me out for dinner and also recommended so many things that I must do in Manila, including shopping.



Between my eating time in Manila, I visited different malls to buy some souvenirs. Malls in Manila are huge and there are too many of them around. I got dizzy and lost in two of them and they only way out I told myself was to walk down to the ground floor and find the car park. It was so frustrating at the time but actually it was great fun walking around different malls to see how local people do their shopping.
I love the weather in Manila as it was nowhere near as humid as Hanoi and I felt more comfortable. Some people may not like it here but I loved it as it's a bit similar to Hanoi. A big crazy Asian city!



My clients took me to a restaurant called Mesa which is located at the Greenbelt Shopping Centre. This is a great Filipino fusion restaurant and always full with locals and tourists. We had way too much food including deep fried pork, fish, stir fried veggies, pigs' feet and then, not that we needed it, dessert! Apologies that I can't give the exact names of the dishes - sometimes you just have to concentrate on the conversation. After dinner, we went to a square where they play live music to drink beer. It's a bit similar to Bia Hoi without music in Vietnam. It was so cool and I loved that atmosphere very much



My clients mentioned about the most popular fast food in Manila called Jollibee and these franchises are always located right next to McDonalds. I don't know why I took the recommendation but I ate the pasta with deep fried chicken. It was really not my type of food.



The only thing I slightly regret is that I didn't have a chance to ride a jeepney around Manila. They look so good and so colourful. This will be one of the reasons that I will come back to Manila. Thanks to my clients that made my trip to Manila so special and hopefully see you again soon

HRN at Bonnaroo – Kitchen Confidential: “Never Have I Ever”

HRN at Bonnaroo – Kitchen Confidential: “Never Have I Ever”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Join Heritage Radio Network and a line-up of Bonnaroo’s most fun food and beverage personalities with our favorite our drinking...

Going Beyond the Brochure in S E Asia

Going Beyond the Brochure in S E Asia


Temple World

Your guide book has probably put the fear of God into you about eating street food in South East Asia but the tempting smells...…

Portlandia meets the Motherland: Kachka’s braised chanterelles and potatoes

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Portland Monthly once called chef Bonnie Frumkin Morales' food, "like a feisty Russian Babushka’s cooking—with Pussy Riot crashing the dinner table."

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Is charcoal coffee worth the hype?

by Abbie Fentress Swanson @ Good Food

Cafe owners say customers are willing to pay extra for charcoal in their coffee for its detoxifying effects and because the drinks look fabulous.

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Blackberry, Lemon and Thyme Coconut Water & Book Review – Drink Less in Seven Days

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

I guess like many people, at the start of the year, I made a resolution to decrease my alcohol intake.  I started on the 8th of January so am now nearly a month into my Dry-ish January. Drink Less in Seven Days One of the things that helped me stick to this was a book that […]

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Question about water bus in Venice

by Summer0407 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi we will be taking the train from Florence to Venice to stay one night. Our hotel is off of St. Marks square. I think a water bus is the most...

Nhật báo The New York Times ca ngợi mô hình tour khám phá ẩm thực Việt Nam

Nhật báo The New York Times ca ngợi mô hình tour khám phá ẩm thực Việt Nam


Báo Thanh Niên

Nhật báo hàng đầu của Mỹ, tờ The New York Times mới đây đã có một bài viết khá thú vị về mô hình tour khám phá ẩm thực địa phương ở Hà Nội và Sài Gòn. SGAT xin trân trọng giới thiệu bài viết của tác giả Mike Ives.

Hanoi street food tour: grazing, Vietnamese style

Hanoi street food tour: grazing, Vietnamese style


Telegraph.co.uk

From noodles, to crispy pancakes and birds cooked in Coke cans, Natalie Paris takes a walking tour to discover some of Hanoi's best street food

Just Food Conference: Sunday’s Food Talks

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The 2017 Just Food Conference opened early on a post-Daylight Savings Sunday morning, but the atmosphere in the Cowin Auditorium...

May Obsessions

May Obsessions

by Maddy Sweitzer-Lamme @ a woman who eats

Hey y'all!  I'm home and it feels good.  The day after I got back, I was in a strawberry patch, getting sunburned and eating literally sun-warmed berries.  This weekend I went to Wilmington and played in the Atlantic, buried my feet in the sand and ate fresh shrimp and raw oysters.  I am in the middle of a honeymoon period with the South.  Our loving is blossoming in a big way, people.  That's why this month's obsessions are based around Southern things, which, hopefully, you can enjoy anywhere in the country.

1) The Potlikker Papers by John T Edge.  This paragraph beautifully and thoughtfully articulates the tension I've always sensed and loved in the South where I grew up.

"Instead of a myth-veiled cultural monolith, I see the South as an album of snapshots.  I hear the region like it's a jukebox of 45s.  The South I sample is a menu of dishes.  Shaped by a four-century-long call-and-response between masters and enslaved peoples, a back-and-forth between Native Americans and immigrants, the region I know, the place that comes to life in The Potlikker Papers, rejects easy encapsulation."

Go buy this book.

2) Tank and the Bangas. I saw Tank and the Bangas play at Artsplosure a few weeks ago in Raleigh.  They're an amazing group from New Orleans who won the Tiny Desk Contest from NPR, which is how I found out about them through a friend.  They make music that is unlike anything I've ever heard - some combination of rap, slam poetry, show tunes and pop.  I recommend giving them a listen if you need something joyful in your life.

3) Summer Crudites with Bagna Cauda.  I'm planning a multi-course, many hour lunch for an early Father's Day celebration that will include a lot of wine, pasta lamb and cheese (recipes and planning guide to come).  I'm super excited about this recipe because it turns out I mostly want to eat exclusively raw vegetables this week and for the rest of the summer.

4) My favorite kind of summer salad.  Just over a year ago I posted this recipe for steak and farro salad and ruminated on whether or not I know how to live in the moment.  The answer (then and now) is:  sometimes.  Currently I'm not living in the moment because I'm thinking about eating this salad.  Yum.

5) Joy the Baker's summer bucket list.  I love a list, and I love summer, so I love a good summer bucket list.  Here's an outtake of mine: 

  • Go to a baseball game and drink a beer and eat a hot dog.
  • Kayak (or maybe stand-up paddle board?) on Jordan Lake
  • Eat pizza at my local pool (a holdover tradition from childhood summers, I guess?)
  • Go to the farmer's market at least once a week, just to watch the produce change.  It makes me feel connected to the world.
  • Make grilled pizza

What's on your summer bucket list?

 

 

Beyond Lobster: Exploring “Real Maine Food”

Beyond Lobster: Exploring “Real Maine Food”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Although Luke Holden and Ben Conniff started a mini lobster roll empire with the popular Luke’s Lobster, their new cookbook...

A Tour of the New Blue Bottle Flagship in Bushwick

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Claire Alsup On Friday, January 27th, Oakland-born Blue Bottle Coffee opened its New York City flagship cafe and roastery...

What are Vietnam tours 2018 by trains like?

by thelittlenhi @ Fodor's Forum

In Vietnam tours, tourists prefer traveling by train. Where do train services in Vietnam can take you to? *Types of Vietnamese trains* There...

Heritage Radio Network Partners with Barnraiser

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Heritage Radio Network Partners with Barnraiser Bringing Storytelling and Discovery within the Food Movement Together Barnraiser, a social discovery platform...

Question about water bus in Venice

by Summer0407 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi we will be taking the train from Florence to Venice to stay one night. Our hotel is off of St. Marks square. I think a water bus is the most...

Intimacy on the Plate – For V Day

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

It’s coming…you know what I mean.  THAT day…with the hearts and flowers and enough cute to make a cynic like me do a lot of this: 🙄.  This year instead of regaling you with a bad date story (because I couldn’t think of one) I’m going to share some recipes designed to rev you up in all […]

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America Puts its Best Food Forward

America Puts its Best Food Forward

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

What culinary treats and sustainable innovations are being whipped up at Expo Milan 2015? Carmen DeVito, host of We Dig...

Vegemite and Pale Ale Gougères

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

Today, January 26,  many Australians will be celebrating Australia Day.  On the good side – it’s summer, it’s a great time to get outside and have a bbq and, if you are not in the midst of a dry January, have a few drinks with some friends.  On the downside, the day itself is becoming […]

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Setting the Table for School Lunch in Japan

Setting the Table for School Lunch in Japan

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Japanese culture has deeply rooted food traditions, beginning in the womb. School lunches in particular present an enormous cultural difference...

Redefining American Food with Corey Lee

Redefining American Food with Corey Lee

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

For chef Corey Lee, food has long been the lynchpin between his life growing up in the US and his...

All The Z’s – Part 1 – The Zanzibar Cocktail

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

So remember how I got really pissy that The A-Z of Cooking didn’t actually deliver a Z?   Well, there’s some snappy aphorism somewhere which is something like “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” or “Sisters are doin’ for themselves” which I can’t quite call to mind now.  But it’s something along the lines of […]

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Faye Dunaway Cocktail

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

Back in my school days, we had an annual music competition where each House had to arrange and sing a song of their choice to assorted judges, family, staff and fellow schoolmates.  One year the song selected by my House Music Captain for all of us to sing started like this: Bonnie and Clyde were […]

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Kylie Kwong – Australia-on-a-plate

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

Kylie Kwong, seasoned chef and TV celebrity is loved for her Australian-Chinese food and her Australia-on-a-plate approach. We caught up with her recently. Written by Ishay Govender-Ypma for Fine Dining Lover, 15 June 2017. Sydney-based chef and restaurateur, Kylie Kwong, opened her famed Billy Kwong restaurant in 2000. Since then, she’s appeared regularly on Australian [...]

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Why Isn’t Every Politician Talking About This?

Why Isn’t Every Politician Talking About This?

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Food policy has broad-reaching impacts on our personal health and that of the environment. Why, then, is it not at...

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kimbal Musk

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kimbal Musk

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Kimbal Musk ENTREPRENEUR/ENVIRONMENTALIST Kimbal Musk is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist and environmentalist who has invested in several technology and food companies....

The Capital is Changing: DC’s Cultural Renaissance

The Capital is Changing: DC’s Cultural Renaissance

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We hosted a podcast workshop in Washington DC and spoke to some of the leaders in the food and beverage...

Just Food Conference: Ricardo Salvador’s Keynote Address

Just Food Conference: Ricardo Salvador’s Keynote Address

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Public opinion will always be ahead of political action. Dr. Salvador ask us to consider how we create a just food...

“Elitist Redneck Food” with Sam Sifton

“Elitist Redneck Food” with Sam Sifton

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

New York Times Food Editor, Sam Sifton, had no idea how big of a splash the recipe for Mississippi Roast...

The Trouble with Picture Perfect Food

The Trouble with Picture Perfect Food

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Home cooking is not about capturing the beautiful, perfect picture to share with friends. According to author Alana Chernila, it...

Pat Brown, CEO of Impossible Foods at the Impossible Burger Debut

Pat Brown, CEO of Impossible Foods at the Impossible Burger Debut

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

During an 18-month sabbatical from Stanford University’s Biochemistry Department in 2009, Pat Brown decided to switch the course of his...

Vietnam Part 2 – “Is that cats? Or the band?”

by tarynnicole @ Vietnam – Retro Food For Modern Times

Next stop on our trip was the old Imperial capital of Hue (pronounced Hway). There is an airport at Hüê but it was closed so we caught a bus from Da Nang airport, a journey of around three hours. The bus ride was an event.  Vietnamese roads aren’t great and, as mentioned, the driving is […]

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Hanoi in three days: holiday itinerary

Hanoi in three days: holiday itinerary


the Guardian

Hanoi is Vietnam at its most exotic, arguably the best place in the country to enjoy street food and culture, taking in the views and flavours on numerous walking tours of the city

Landlady Perform “Under the Yard” on “Sharp & Hot”

Landlady Perform “Under the Yard” on “Sharp & Hot”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

A Sharp and Hot first, Brooklyn-based band Landlady performs live in the studio from their new album with a food-centric...

9 Years of Legal Nomads

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Annual review to mark the 9th anniversary of leaving the law. Personal growth, health, and business projects for Legal Nomads.

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Prague, Czech Republic

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



What a beautiful city Prague is! However, I don't think I've ever seen a place with so many tourists. And with that, quite a few local businesses in the central/tourist area seem to rip tourists off or cheat tourists all the time.



As I'd already been through Munich, Vienna and Budapest earlier, I thought Prague was a bit similar to those cities in terms of such great architecture and churches. Prague has a great cheap transport system and most tourist attractions are within walking distance of metro or tram stops. And, to me it seemed pretty safe. I wondered how many people actually pay to use these public transports because most people seemed to just jump on and off without their tickets. Probably, it's free!



I did another great free walking tour around the city to kick off my 4 nights and our guide was a Russian American was great with loads of information about the culture, the city and food. I'm so glad that I did the tour at the beginning of my stay. After the tour, we decided to change some money and we got so upset with the money changer (professional shop) as they charged us €10 to change €50. We didn't know the language and after signing the receipt, we found out and they refused to give the money back. This is very sad and apparently so common in Prague. We were disappointed but we put it behind us. I can't complain as this is probably my fault because I wasn't careful enough.


After that, we walked up to the Prague Castle for fabulous views of the city. After working up a hunger, we found a small restaurant full of people and we hoped it would be a great place. Waitresses were friendly and the food was acceptable, but we got ripped off big time again! We had to pay €78 for a simple meal for 2 with 1 beer, 1 glass of wine, a pork schnitzel and a Greek salad plus we have to pay 15% for VAT and a bread basket which we didn't eat. Some Prague people must think tourists can draw money out of the blue!!!! We had a totally bad day!!!!



Anyway, a great thing came up the next day as we found one of the best coffee shops in town (for me) where we noticed the owners and staff have passion about coffee, where they test their coffee, chat to their clients about the differences between their coffee. Surprisingly, no Vietnamese coffee in the shop, very disappointed (just kidding). We went back to this coffee shop two more times before leaving Prague. With recommendations from one of our clients who lived in Prague for two years, we went to a great Prague pub, Pivoparsky Dum, for dinner where we could taste different beers, including nettle, coffee and banana beer and an amazing meal. We were the only tourists in the pub and it was a huge place but filled up by 8pm. The best meal in Prague for me and I'm so glad we went there.



So, in general, I have mixed feelings about Prague. Not sure if I'd go back.

Bangkok

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



Recently, I spent four nights in Bangkok and it was so much fun. I wouldn't say that would be enough to discover such a big active, fun city. But, for me, four nights was probably enough to satisfy my interests, which are mostly food and market related, including my first visit to the city's Chattuchat market.


Both long and short vacations are relaxing for me as I work 7 days a week and don't have weekends, but I do take lots of breaks. That's just how it works out. My friends wonder why I take so many short holidays. I mean of course it's to relax and relieve any stress and luckily, from Vietnam, there are lots of places close by and sometimes there are cheap airfares.



Bangkok is not my favorite city in Asia but I don't mind going back for a short vacation as I love Thai food very much and also Thai people are very friendly. I'm not sure how many dishes I tried and their names but it was very tasty though occasionally too spicy for my tastes. At times, I felt like I was crying and smoke was coming out of my ears while I was trying to finish the food. It was so much fun eating like a local and it's also a way for me to learn the culture of the place I'm visiting. That's the most important thing for me.


Besides the fantastic weekend market at Chatuchak, I loved Klong Toey produce market as well. I love the way Thai people present their vegetables and meat and, similarly to Vietnam, kill some animals in the market to ensure freshness. The Klong Toey market sellers were so friendly, showing me how to kill fish, frogsand smiling when I asked to take photos. I smell their meat and I saw fish jumping up and down. Like in Vietnam, the local markets are the best places to do food shopping.


Bangkok night life was a bit much for me especially Pat Pong where it's all related to sex and nudity but that's what Bangkok's famous for. There was way too many people asking me the same question, sex DVD? sex show? boy or girl? It was a bit confronting at the beginning but I felt annoyed at the end. Anyhow, it's something they you only can see in Bangkok and I experienced it.


One of the highlight of the holiday was the Sofitel Sukhumvit Hotel. It was great with super refreshing cocktails and bubbles from 4-7pm and a beautiful swimming pool during the afternoons after long walks discovering the city. I'd love to come back to Bangkok again and definitely will stay there.

Slow Food Nations Preview

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

This July 14-16, Slow Food USA welcomes the world to Denver, Colorado for Slow Food Nations, a festival to taste...

The Flavor of Lebanese Life

The Flavor of Lebanese Life

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Spic-ey without being spicy – Lebanese food is full of interesting flavors. Ziyad Hermez, owner of the bakery Manousheh, joins...

Daniel Doyle’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Daniel Doyle’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

Thinking about your waste(line) this Christmas

by Jack Stoker @ William Murray

For a couple of weeks in December (or for some of us, a solid month), we eat whatever we want and don’t think about our waist-line for a second. But, while we’re not thinking much about our waists, a lot of companies are busy thinking about waste. Food waste continues to be a big deal. […]

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When Your Teacher Doubles as Your Dietitian

When Your Teacher Doubles as Your Dietitian

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Food service directors double as teachers in Japanese schools. Filmmaker Atsuko Quirk and journalist Nancy Matsumoto join host Laura Stanley...

How is our chocolate addiction killing the environment?

by Simran Sethi @ Good Food

Journalist Simran Sethi sits down with the 38-year-old lawyer who inspired the world’s chocolate companies to tackle forest loss.

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Are We Soda Obsessed?

Are We Soda Obsessed?

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Dr. Marion Nestle, professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University, joins host Katy Keiffer to...

Sapore Della Vita & the Sweetest Good Food Award Winners

Sapore Della Vita & the Sweetest Good Food Award Winners

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Real Men Eat Bones

Real Men Eat Bones

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Travelling to unfamiliar food territory can sometimes be a risk, especially when you’re doing it for a living. Screenwriter and...

Blake Hartwick’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Blake Hartwick’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

Hanoi…I don’t care, I love it!

by tarynnicole @ Vietnam – Retro Food For Modern Times

Most of the Vietnamese people I know come from the South and their reaction when I mentioned I was going to Hanoi fell into two categories. Actually, cancel that. There was one main response which was a pause, followed by a frown, very shortly followed by a comment along the lines of “WTF do you […]

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Looking Back at the Inaugural Slow Food Nations

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Kat Johnson The event organized by Slow Food USA – dubbed Slow Food Nations – was the first of...

Primary Food: A new look at what feeds us

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

For Rev. DJ CherishTheLuv, food we eat is secondary food. Primary food is everything life that nourishes us before we...

Mimi Sheraton Dishes on What She Really Thinks About Food Writing

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

With her strong voice and famed no-nonsense reviews, Mimi Sheraton has distinguished herself as a daring food writer and restaurant...

Tet in Cambodia

by Sarah @ Ho Tay Ha Noi

This February we escaped Tet in Hanoi with a week in Cambodia – the same trip we’d planned last year but hadn’t been able to do due to work. We stayed one night in Phnom Penh – though didn’t get any further than FCC bar – then stayed 3 nights in riverside Kampot followed by […]

All The Z’s – Part 3 – All The Zucchini

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

You knew it was coming right?  There was never going to be a showcase of Z recipes without a recipe for zucchini.  Except there’s not just one zucchini recipe…there’s going to be four.  Because it’s midsummer and my zucchini plants have gone berserk. I have been eating zucchini at least once a day for weeks. […]

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The Vanishing Past of the Brooklyn Food Scene– Listen Here

The Vanishing Past of the Brooklyn Food Scene– Listen Here

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

This panel discussion took place on December 11th, 2015, at the Raaka Chocolate factory.  We’re pleased to present the full-length recording...

Coachella Music & Arts Festival Brings Festival-goers to the Table

Coachella Music & Arts Festival Brings Festival-goers to the Table

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Festival food across the board has come a long way from its state-fair-esque roots. It is no longer a surprise...

Here’s Your Spring 2016 Food Conference Round-up

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Dinavie Salazar Spring is the season for food conferences, and there are quite a few of them! With myriad...

MSG in Pho and what to do about it | KCRW Good Food

MSG in Pho and what to do about it | KCRW Good Food


Good Food

Quite simply, monosodium glutamate, or MSG, makes things taste good, yet it continues to be feared and demonized. Vietnamese food authority Andrea Nguyen has written about the history of its use in pho and has sought to debunk some of the myths surrounding it.Read More

Tokyo

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God


Five nights in Tokyo is not enough but I'm very happy with what I experienced. People are so friendly, things here are amazingly clean and people love to queue for hours just for popcorn which surprised me.

I stayed at a very convenient hotel located right next to the Hanzomon subway near the Imperial Palace grounds. From there, we travelled around Tokyo with three day passes for the entire metro , which is a phenomenal system. With loads of recommendations from friends and clients, I think I discovered Tokyo almost like a local.

We arrived on a Friday evening so the Japanese people were dressed up a bit different compared to week days. Over the weekend, it was amazing to see how many different styles being worn, especially in the Harajuku area. One of the best places to people watch that I've ever experienced. It was like sitting beside a fashion runway. It doesn't matter which direction that I looked there was always a surprise. 

I love Japanese food even more here as Japanese people are very careful with their food and also the way they decorate the food. Sometimes, it didn't feel right to eat it because it looked way to good to be eaten. There are way too many places around but I'd love to list some of my top favorites: Maisen, Jomon, Harayuku Gyoza Lou, Watamin-chi and Luke's lobster (bread roll)

I wouldn't have thought coffee is a big deal in Japan or that I would've able to get good coffee here at all. But I rolled my eyes many times because they do have so many great places serving amazing coffee from old-world Japanese style to modern style. I highly recommended: The Roastery, Omotesando Cafe, Chatei Hatou. 

Because of the incredible public transportation system, traveling around Tokyo is easy. We never got in a single taxi. Most of the signs around Tokyo are both in Japanese and English and people don't mind to walk with you for a couple hundred meters to show you where you should be. We experienced very generous hospitality from the locals during my stay. 

I went to several tourist spots after my stomach filled up with food just trying to see something amazing and burn some calories and make room for more. I would love to come back here to Tokyo for another week just to eat, drink and walk around. Arigatogozaimashita どうもありがとうございました and See you again: Mata o ai またお会い

Not Wild About GMO Salmon?

Not Wild About GMO Salmon?

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

While Alaska’s wild seafood industry opposed GMO salmon being sold without a label, commercial fisherman Matt Alward tries to find...

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Joanne Wilson

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Joanne Wilson

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JOANNE WILSON WRITER, INVESTOR Joanne Wilson has had many careers. She started out in retail, eventually moving to the wholesale arena....

April’s weather update

by Sarah @ Ho Tay Ha Noi

I apologise for posting about the weather but every year I intend to keep a record for future reference and forget. My blog seems a sensible place to store the information but feel free to ignore it entirely. Winter in Hanoi is not generally a pleasant time of year to be here. As I wrote […]

Street Food Tours in Hanoi

Street Food Tours in Hanoi


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Tu Van Cong of Hanoi runs street

Chow-ing down at MOFAD

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Jordan Werner My go-to Chinese food delivery order is an egg roll, pork fried dumplings, orange chicken, and fried...

Hanoi Food Guide - a taste of North Vietnam | Food and the Fabulous

Hanoi Food Guide - a taste of North Vietnam | Food and the Fabulous


Food and the Fabulous

The food in Hanoi, a food guide and what to try on a first visit. My selection of the best street food meals I enjoyed.

Science & Tech: Kickstarting Food Startups

Science & Tech: Kickstarting Food Startups

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Kickstarter’s Food and Craft Outreach Lead Terry Romero joins host Jennifer Leuzzi of Tech Bites for a breakdown of how...

Seoul

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



I have to admit that my travels really do revolve around food. Eating, drinking and taking photographs from place to place is my main idea of travel. Most of my friends think I'm crazy and obsessed but I can't really change it. A couple of months ago, I went to Seoul for a week, a period not enough to fully discover the fascinating, lively city. Of course, my itinerary was packed with great food places to seek out, from Korean-style to noodles and dumplings.



Although this is a bit predictable, my highlight was sitting around the grill plates with lots of locals drinking soju, beer and wheat rice wine, called makgeolli. Cooking lovely cuts of tender skirt meat, garlic and mushrooms and then wrapping it all in lettuce is a fun way to eat. On the side, of course, lots of kimchi and different sauces can be used to spice the food up a bit. I observed the locals to see how they eat and to learn local eating etiquette.



The noodles and dumplings in Kwang Jang market were so delicious that I went back twice. I wish I could speak a bit of Korean to learn the secrets of how she makes her hand-pulled noodles and kimchi and tofu filled dumplings so fresh. Lots of people had also recommended the fried mung bean cake, which is a specialty of the market. Served with white onion and soy sauce, they were great but you need to eat where they make it, fresh and hot. I enjoyed the vegetarian cakes better the coloured seafood stuff.



The third dish I liked was the deep fried chicken and deep fried green pepper stuffed with pork, all washed down with big tankards of beer. The drinking culture reminded me a lot of Vietnam, where we often have beer and rice wine on the table, except in Seoul it's beer and soju. One interesting drink we tried was called 'Sweet after Bitter', a big glass of beer containing two shot glasses, one with soju and one with coke! Of course, you have to drink it down in one go!



Topokki, a dish of sliced rice cake with fish cake and a rich sweet chili sauce was not on the top of my list as it was too spicy and too stodgy . I tried it twice and even after a solid evening of drinking, I didn't like it. But the street food tents all over the city have lots of other stuff to try, too.



Visiting market is another way to see the local culture and Seoul's best market is the Noryangjin Fish Market. I spent hours there taking photographs. What an amazing market with so many different types of fish and I loved the way they arrange their shops and also how they prepare the fresh seafood. It was fantastic experience and I don't think I could ever forget it.



Shopping in Seoul is also great with well-known brands and local products but they aren't cheap. I loved looking at the fashion-conscious young local people walking around shopping centres with cool glasses, fashionable clothes and bag fils of cosmetics. They are obsessed with cosmetics, especially skin whitening products. I've never seen so many cosmetic shops in my life. I wonder what they thought of my country-bumpkin tanned skin!



I'd love to go back to Seoul again for another week as I had a fabulous time there.

Good Food Awards 2016

Good Food Awards 2016

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Nha Trang Dec 2014

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



A short and sweet break is always great especially when it's back to my hometown to visit friends, family and eat amazing food. I never get tired of eating seafood and Nha Trang is right on the coast and therefore offers plenty of options. Seafood is included in most dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


I started my morning with a bowl of fish noodle soup or Bún Bò Huế then rode to some random cafes to meet old friends. After that, I stopped at my favorite place for a snack, where they make rice crackers and steamed rice pancakes topped with stir fried spring onions and tiny dried shrimp. It was so yummy. I had two hours break in between meals to play tennis at my old club where I used to play 13 years ago. It was fun to meet old friends at the club. We always laugh so much as tennis in Vietnam is completely different compared to western style tennis. Much louder. More like the atmosphere at a football match.



I followed tennis with lunch at home, prepared by my mother and sister in law. I know there's always lots of excellent food waiting for me. Dishes on this day were sweet and sour fish broth, steamed squid, deep fried tuna with special dipping sauce (fish sauce, chilli, garlic, lime and sugar), salad and deep fried pork belly. I'd never ever be able to finish this food even though I try. I was so stuffed that I couldn't breath. Thanks my family for the generous great spread of food.



The next day, I caught up with my good friends for dinner. We went to the new part of the city for a special seafood treat. We had way too much food to eat again. We ate BBQ prawns, BBQ squid and BBQ fish with salt and chilli and fresh jelly fish salad and steamed crabs. Surprisingly we finished them all then headed back to town for a drink at the Intercontinental hotel. It was a nice bar but unfortunately empty and drinks weren't the best!!!!



I spent more time over the next two days focused on eating and I tried all my favorite dishes in Nha Trang but I still didn't have enough time to eat Nem Nuong.

Good reason to come back in February for this dish.

Isn’t it time you Taste Portugal?

by Rupert Bradshaw @ William Murray

Say hello to Taste Portugal – the initiative from AHRESP (the Portuguese hospitality & catering association) that’s putting the gastronomy of Portugal on a global stage. Portugal’s foodie culture is at the heart of its identity – its traditions, culture, and geography. We’re very excited to bring a taste of that rich culture to the attention […]

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The Chicest Street Style Looks at New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018

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by Audree Lopez @ StyleCaster

So freakin' good.

Marieke Gouda at The Winter 2016 Fancy Food Show

Marieke Gouda at The Winter 2016 Fancy Food Show

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Winter 2016 Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, California, is one of the largest exhibitions of speciality and artisan...

Munich, Germany 8,2014

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God

 

We spent three nights in Munich and it was so much fun. We took the free three-hour walking tour with Sandemans New Europe from Marienplatz around the city. Our guide was great and very informative and yes, her name is Virginia. There are several options for this company including paid tours but I think this free tour is good enough for the first day to learn a bit about the old part of Munich and it's culture.




After the tour, we walked down to the English garden, a huge park in central Munich, which has a beer garden near the Chinese Tower which can host about 7000 people at the same time. It was fantastic, full of people and with loads of food available. The most common dishes that people ordered were roasted pork or chicken with lots of chips and each person had one serve with at least one beer. We ordered a grilled mackerel, half a roasted chicken, a roasted pork knuckle and a pretzel and two huge steins of beer. It was a fabulous meal and it took us about an hour to finish before we took the underground back to the hotel.



The next day, we came back to Marienplatz to walk up the Alter Peter (Old Peter) Tower for a fantastic 360 degrees city view. It took us a little while to go up but it was totally worth it for only €2. After all that effort, we needed some beer refreshments. Of course there is no shortage, even in the mornings, in Munich. We made it to Hofbrauhaus, one of the oldest beer houses in the world, established in 1589. This is a great place with lots of old regular characters who come with their own jugs and dressed in traditional costumes, the lederhosen. The ceiling of the restaurant has some great murals painted on it, too. The beer (served in one litre steins!) and food was great, not to mention the band playing traditional music which provided a great atmosphere. Even though I was a bit tipsy, I did manage to finish my beer.


We went back to the hotel and took a nap then headed out for dinner. We went to a kebab shop close by the hotel as we needed to take a train to Salzburg the next day. Stir fried freshly handmade noodles with potatoes and chilli was surprisingly great even though it was way too spicy for me. That's my fault because the lady warned me when I ordered but I thought probably spicy by European standards. It turned our even hotter than Thai green papaya salad or Korean noodles. But I did enjoy it.

Nico Romo’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

Redefining Good Food in America: Sarah Weiner’s Closing at GFA 2016

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Nha Trang

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God

 A short and sweet break is always great especially when it means returning to my hometown to visit friends, family and eat amazing food. I never get tired of eating seafood and Nha Trang is famous for the stuff so it's the perfect place for me. Seafood is involved in most dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

I have a kind of 'eating routine' when I go home. I start my morning with a bowl of fish noodles soup or Bún Bò Huế then drive to some random cafes to meet old friends. After that, I stop at a favorite place for a snack where they make crunchy rice crackers and steamed rice pancakes topped with stir fried spring onions and dried shrimps. I try to get some exercise in so I can eat more so I normally play tennis for a couple of hours at my old club. After that, I'm hungry again.

One of the other best things about going home is eating home cooked food, getting spoiled by my mum, my sisters and sister-in-law. I know there will always be lots of excellent food awaiting me. Sweet and sour fish broth, steamed squid, deep fried tuna with special dipping sauce (fish sauce, chilli, garlic, lime and sugar), salad and deep fried pork belly. I pretty much always have to have a nap when I eat at home. Normally I am encouraged to eat way too much. Nothing like the hospitality of home.

In the evenings, I catch up with my good friends for dinner. We go to the new part of the city for special seafood feasts;  barbequed prawn, squid and fish with salt and chilli, fresh jelly fish salad and steamed crabs.

And if that isn't enough, I always return to Hanoi with a polystyrene box full of snap frozen fish and squid which keeps me going until I'm in Nhatrang again

An Editor-in-Chief Still Learning

An Editor-in-Chief Still Learning

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Dana Cowin, Editor in Chief of Food and Wine magazine since 1995, has learned a lot in her many years...

The Sounds of Good Food

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Co-host and fellow Good Food producer Tyler Gaston wrote a series of ditties in tribute to each category of winners...

Hanoi Street Food Tours

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We checked out Hanoi Street Food Tours, run by Mark Lowerson, of Sticky Rice fame, and Van Cong Tu, the “Vietnamese God“.

Why the Recession Helped the Donut

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The Miracle of Maple

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10 Royal Beauty and Fashion Traditions Meghan Markle Has Already Broken

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by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

So far, her track record isn't the best.

My Immigrant Family’s Obsession with Paul Bocuse’s Soup with Truffles Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

“If you want to impress jaded Vietnamese guests, make French food,” my mom frequently told me while I was growing up. That’s among the reasons she made puff pastry when we came to the United States. It was as if she had been waiting all her life to knead excess moisture out of butter to...

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Danny Bowien of Mission Chinese Food Does it for Family

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Danny Bowien, the mastermind behind Mission Chinese Food, tells us exactly what inspired him to cook. Listen to the full...

Some Of The Most Unnoticed Fix For The Halong bay day trips

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by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

Top Tips Before You Go As a leading native knowledgeable in tailor made tour to Vietnam, Hanoi Excursions Expert presents wide selection of day trips ( Day journeys from Hanoi ) to find hanoi city and surrounding areas. For those who do Halong Bay in someday then you definately’ll be spending not less than half…

Bagels, Babka, and Baguettes at Orwashers in Hunts Point

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Coral Lee For this Heritage Radio Network On Tour special report, the HRN team braved the 11-mile journey uptown,...

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Carolyn Steel

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

CAROLYN STEEL AUTHOR, HUNGRY CITY: HOW FOOD SHAPES OUR LIVES Carolyn Steel is a leading thinker on food and cities....

The Ways dalat is a beautiful place Made Me Rich And Famous

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by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

About Us The previous French hill station of Dalat, once referred to as ‘le Petit Paris’, is located 300 km north of Ho Chi Minh metropolis within the Central Highlands. Most guidebooks for abroad guests describe Dalat as a tourist city with a colourful method to tourism. Hoang Anh Dalat resort The resort covers five…

Heritage Radio Network featured on CBS This Morning

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May 23, 2016: CBS This Morning calls Heritage Radio Network, “broadcast leaders in the underground food scene.” For seven years...

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Closing Keynote: Michel Nischan

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Michel Nischan CHEF/SUSTAINABLE FOOD PIONEER/AUTHOR Michel Nischan is a chef and leader in the sustainable food movement, as well as...

Hanoi, Vietnam: budget places to eat and drink

Hanoi, Vietnam: budget places to eat and drink


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From banh mi and beef pho to omelettes served with a chilli and calamansi dipping sauce this Vietnamese city is a snacker’s delight

The Deep Roots of Olive Oil

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

For olive oil producers, roots run deep: literally. Mediterranean food connoisseur Nancy Harmon Jenkins talks about the historical and religious...

Paw-fect Holiday Traditions

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The holiday season is full of great food, parties, family time, and ugly sweaters—and not just for people! We love...

Foodsheds & Food Pantries

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

In his longtime work to alleviate poverty and hunger, St. John’s Bread & Life Executive Director Anthony Butler helps connect...

All The Z’s – Part 4 – Zitronenauflauf

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

Zitronenauflauf is the German (?) name for a delightful lemon dessert that is a cross between a soufflé and a pudding.  And it’s delicious.  I love lemon in sweets so this was a perfect choice for our Z Dessert!   The recipe for the Zitronenauflauf comes from a recipe book called Best of The Bake-Off […]

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Food + Enterprise 2016 Keynote Address: Azish Filabi

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

AZISH FILABI CEO, ETHICAL SYSTEMS Azish Filabi is CEO of Ethical Systems, where she dedicates her time to developing strategies...

Birthday cake(s) and snow days

Birthday cake(s) and snow days

by Maddy Sweitzer-Lamme @ a woman who eats

Last week here in NC, we got, like, a buttload of snow.  It started snowing on Wednesday morning and didn't stop until nearly 9pm.  Snow in North Carolina is magical for several reasons, not least of which because it creates this fake holiday that falls (usually) in the middle of January.  I know I'm not alone in feeling that the real holidays can be stressful because there are so many plans and traditions and expectations.  Snow Holidays have all the magic of the normal ones, without any of that.

Snow Holidays force everyone to abandon their to-do lists and take a few days off.  You can't make plans because you don't know when it's coming, so it creates these magical moments of everyone being profoundly in the moment.

It also helps when it's on my birthday.  Which happens a lot.  Because my birthday is in the middle of January.

I've written about this before, but I always make my own birthday cakes.  This is largely because I really love making cakes and I feel pretty strongly about the way it should be done, so I don't want to allow anyone else to do it, but also because I kind of like to treat birthdays as a time to celebrate other people.

And what better way to celebrate the people you love than with CAKE?  I actually made three.  The first one was an ice cream cake, which my mom used to always make me for my birthday.  It involved a brownie cake and homemade peppermint ice cream using candy canes left over from Christmas.  The second, which I nicknamed my Trashbag Birthday Cake, was a boxed funfetti cake with a cream cheese center and chocolate frosting.

And then I made this chocolate cake from one of my favorite books that is also one of my favorite cookbooks by Ruth Reichl, which she describes as a cake that will solve all of your problems. I recommend that you buy the cookbook here, but even if you don't want to, the recipe is posted on the New York Times Cooking site, where it has 800 FIVE STAR REVIEWS.  I'm just saying.

I do realize that just one week ago I told you that I was transitioning towards more every day food - I believe the words I uses were "affordable and reasonably healthy."  This recipe is, arguably, neither of those things but it is true to what I've been eating the most for the last week, since birthdays should always be an exceptional time.

A progressive dinner Hanoi-style

by Sarah @ Ho Tay Ha Noi

In our on-going attempt to explore more of Hanoi’s street food, we went out on Friday evening to check out a few new places in Truc Bach and the eastern edge of Old Quarter. First up was Hai San Thang Ngoc (seafood place) at 1 Hang Than, where we filled up on a first course […]

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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Camp Bacon: Breed, Feed, And Welfare

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Val Neff-Rasmussen is a food finder for Zingerman’s Mail Order. Her work includes overseeing the sourcing for all new meats...

Everybody Loves Skyr

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

skyr breakfast bowl This cultured dairy just might be Iceland’s most adored export.Written for Culture Cheese Magazine, for the Wheys Less Traveled column, July 2017. (This article is written in American English) With its coal-black volcanic rock beaches, bright blue glaciers, steaming hot springs, and thundering waterfalls, Iceland is stunning. Most of its 325,000 [...]

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In the heart of mezcal country

by Gillian Ferguson @ Good Food

Gillian Ferguson reports on the mezcal boom from the state of Oaxaca, where 70% of mezcal is made. Business is good, but it's also raising concerns.

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Pork pies

by Sarah @ Ho Tay Ha Noi

In a quest to find a hobby — the desire exacerbated by Paul starting guitar lessons –, I arranged a short course of private cookery classes with Cameron, a Canadian chef based in Hanoi who we met when setting up a blog website for him. Myself and two friends, Laura and Urshi, spent three very […]

Havana – Dining on Nostalgia

by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

Nostalgia, for a homeland long departed, lies at the core of the Cuban diaspora’s quest for cultural identity. Dishing out memories at the kitchen table is one way that the legacy is passed on. Written for Financial Mail Travel Magazine, May 2017

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Feeding Her Pup Like She Farms Her Food

by HRN Intern Team @ Heritage Radio Network

In the process of making our podcast, Like Farmer, Like Dog, we visited multiple urban farms that care deeply about growing...

A Post-Food Network World According to Anthony Bourdain

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Chef, author, and tv personality Anthony Bourdain sits down for a lively discussion with hosts Sari Kamin and Jessie Kiefer...

That Chef Can Cook

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THAT CHEF CAN COOK Saturday 2:00-3:00 PM with Joshua Walker (Xiao Bao Biscuit), Nathalie Dupree (author), Joy Crump (FOODE), Katie...

ATTITUDE: The Secret Ingredient of Thai Cuisine

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When preparing Thai food, success is more about the attitude behind the dishes than the exact ingredients. Author of multiple...

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Featured Foodie: Mark Lowerson

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Food Photos, Not Flavors, Driving Diners

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Supporting A Path to Citizenship

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ESL Works, an organization that brings profession-focused English language education to the food industry, held a panel titled “Supporting A...

Let Me See Your Soylent Face: A Tasting with the NYU Food Studies Faculty

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In this episode of Heritage Radio Network on Tour, Halley sits down with Mitch Berliner from MeatCrafters to talk about...

The top 5 things to do in Hanoi

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Hanoi was a DREAM, you guys.  I loved it.  Of the cities I've visited in Asia, I think Hanoi might have been my favorite.  It's the ideal mix of gorgeous European architecture and the chaos of an Asian city.  It's small enough to explore on foot and cheap enough to avoid constant concern about blowi

Eric Blanc of Richland Rum Speaks on Behalf of the Spirits Award Winners

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The Pho Report

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We arrived in Hanoi after a 15 hour overnight train ride from Da Nang (not the best night’s sleep I’ve ever had, but not the worst either.) We pulled into the station a bit groggy at 5:…

Tien Yen Hill Chicken: Delicacy of Quang Ninh

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

One of the best dish in Tien Yen Town, near Halong Bay, Quang Ninh province.

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Lawless: Breaking Rules and Taking Names at the Food Book Party

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

On Thursday, November 5th, The Food Book Party, a monthly gathering for mixing, mingling, eating, drinking and talking held at...

Supermarket Pasta in Rome?

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Katie Parla, a food journalist and educator based in Rome, Italy, believes there is a shift in food culture happening...

Egg coffee: Amazing drink of Hanoi

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Egg coffee is an unique drink in Hanoi, Vietnam, particularly in Café Giang.

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Vienna, Austria

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



A city with so many beautiful old buildings and stories and opera houses. I don't think four nights was enough but we tried really hard to see most of the special places and eat the best food that Vienna offers.



We walked around the city and visited many churches, museums and walked into small lanes with incredibly beautiful shops. One of the meals that we loved the most, for the atmosphere, the professional service and especially the food was Plachutta restaurant. We had walked past the restaurant many times and wondered why they were always super busy and we decided to check it out on our second night. We had their world famous dish Tafelspitz a beef broth with tender rump steak served with root vegetables, crispy potatoes, creamed spinach, horseradish and apple sauce and sour cream and bread; and it was fabulous!



According to our friend's recommendation, we went to eat sandwiches for lunch at Trzesniewski. Their sandwiches were amazing with many different toppings and eaten with a tiny glass of beer, called a Pfiff, such a great combination. We continued wandering around the city and tried coffee with beautiful, tasty cakes at Demel, a place that I'd highly recommend for cake and coffee.



On our last day, we went to the Leopold Museum to see Gustave Klimt paintings and those of other famous artists. What a museum with so many beautiful old and new paintings. We spent about 2 hours there and it was worth every minute of it. In the evening, we went to one of the must-do things that everyone does in Vienna, yes, we went to classical music performance. Because the opera season was in summer break we had to see a rather touristy Mozart and Strauss show, which involved both ballet and opera singing. The lady had an amazing voice and we all loved her performance so much. I'm glad I did it.


Edward Mukiibi Brings Us Good News From Africa

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Olivia Harrison On Thursday, November 5th, Edward Mukiibi, Vice-President of Slow Food International, Richard McCarthy, Executive Director of Slow...

Cider Makers Rejoice in their Own Category at GFA 2016

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

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The Zero Food Print Story

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The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Street Food Vietnamese Style - William Murray

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Touring Dutchess County with EscapeMaker

by HRN Intern Team @ Heritage Radio Network

by Hannah Fordin HRN went upriver last week to visit the bountiful northeast corner of New York’s Dutchess County. We...

Studio Manager/Lead Engineer Job Posting

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Studio Manager/Lead Engineer Job Posting: About Us: Heritage Radio Network is the world’s pioneer food radio station. The studio broadcasts...

The Cow Head Taco Philosopher King of Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Oaxaca is full of great street eats, including this delightful philosophizing taco vendor who makes tacos de cabeza (cow head tacos).

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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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The Glory of Food at the Upcoming Ubud Writers & Readers Festival

The Glory of Food at the Upcoming Ubud Writers & Readers Festival


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The Glory of Food at the Upcoming Ubud Writers & Readers Festival

The Battle Over Authentic Chinese Food

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Critics claim that outside influences and innovations are making Chinese cuisine lose its culinary authenticity. But what exactly makes a...

Laclare Farms at The Winter 2016 Fancy Food Show

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Katie Ferman and her four siblings grew up on a family farm in Wisconsin. Each one of them individually left...

DineLA indecision? Enter Evan Kleiman.

by Evan Kleiman @ Good Food

Hungry people across Southern California wait all year to save money at LA's hottest eateries during DineLA. Good Food host and expert LA eater, Evan Kleiman, is here to help you decide where to snag a reservation. And don’t delay; DineLA only goes through January 26th.

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Koreatown’s enduring love for gopchang

by Good Food @ Good Food

Feeling adventurous? Contributor Jacklyn Kim recommends heading to Koreatown and grilling up a heaping portion of "gopchang."

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Chocaholics Rejoice in the GFA 2016 Chocolate Winners

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

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by Ishay @ Food and the Fabulous

Featured in SAA Sawubona Inflight Magazine   Pantless drinking at home – Ishay Govender-Ypma gets to grips with kalsarikännit in Finland. Written for  SAA Sawubona inflight magazine, July 2017.   You’ll remember this. Opening credits roll to Bridget Jones’s Diary. Renee Zellweger’s character sits on the couch in her Christmas PJs, glugging wine, [...]

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Food for Every Mood

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

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La Quercia’s Kathy Echkouse to Charcuterie winners at GFA 2016

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A Radical Farm Bill is Born

by Good Food @ Good Food

Oregon Rep. Earl Blumenauer’s 'alternative farm bill' aims to spend more tax dollars on farms that produce food, and less on those growing animal feed and fuel. This article was originally published on CivilEats.

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

By Olivia Harrison Of course Thanksgiving can be great fun what with the food, the family, and the friends. But...

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

With various years of experience in sustainable food, Wesley Bascom and David Hart both found themselves in Vermont and decided...

Potato Chips and Ice Cream: Why You’re Craving Both

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by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Eating a balanced meal is more than considering your basic food groups; it has everything to do with flavors. On...

How the Vikings Flavored Nordic Food with Desire

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Vikings are sexy. Yes, but is it fair to refer to the Nordic Diet as the Viking Diet? Well, maybe...

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What a year it’s been! It’s hard to believe that it’s almost over. We’re celebrating a year of independent food...

Need help organizing this Portugal itinerary

by layanluvstotravel @ Fodor's Forum

Day 1 (Monday)- we arrive in the morning in Lisbon. So we can try to get over our jet lag fast, I've schedule a free walking tour at 4:30pm. Not sure...

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by Admin @ Temple World

Your guide book has probably put the fear of God into you about eating street food in South East Asia but the tempting smells...

Vietnamese Any Day – A New Book Coming Up!

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

You’re looking at the draft of my sixth cookbook! This week, I sent the manuscript to my editor, Kelly Snowden. Vietnamese Any Day is all about helping American cooks work Viet flavors into their regular rotation. Many people who are new to Vietnamese food do not know where to begin. They’ve been seduced by the...

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Regularly halong tours reviews Summary Is Without Question Beginning To Feel Slightly Out Of Date

Regularly halong tours reviews Summary Is Without Question Beginning To Feel Slightly Out Of Date

by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

Halong Tour, Halong Package Excursions, Halongtoursbooking.com There are a lot of Halong Bay excursions however the Halong tour that is best for you is the one that matches your funds and your time-frame. On was of a good standard and the day excursions ,driver transfers and travel all ran like clockwork. The additional lengths Ann…

Snack Hacks: Cacio e Pepe Popcorn from chef Marco Canora

Snack Hacks: Cacio e Pepe Popcorn from chef Marco Canora

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

You don’t have to give up pleasure to eat well. On Episode 226 of The Food Seen Chef Marco Canora...

Chowzter World Awards Event 2014: Lebanon will be Represented :: NoGarlicNoOnions: Restaurant, Food, and Travel Stories/Reviews - Lebanon

Chowzter World Awards Event 2014: Lebanon will be Represented :: NoGarlicNoOnions: Restaurant, Food, and Travel Stories/Reviews - Lebanon


NoGarlicNoOnions

40 of the world's mightiest food experts will be converging on London to announce this year's winners of the London 2014 Tastiest Fast Feasts in the…

Does Labeling Hurt the Local Food System?  Listen Here

Does Labeling Hurt the Local Food System? Listen Here

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

This panel discussion took place on November 13th, 2015.  We’re pleased to present the full-length recording here. Terms like “organic”...

Bun Cha: Internationally-known dish of Vietnam

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Hanoi, Vietnam is where you can find the best Bun cha in Vietnam. Of course, this dish exists everywhere in Vietnam, but in Hanoi Bun Cha Is the most delicious. This is acknowledged by many locals, not just blog travel writers. Today we will discover a wonderful dish of Vietnam. Hopefully, you will be able to taste it personally soon.

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Harold McGee on the Food Science Boom

Harold McGee on the Food Science Boom

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Thanks to the growing popularity of food science, the field has earned respect among serious scientists, but with this popularity...

HRN Interns Dish on Their Favorite Food Pieces of 2015

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

As we wrap us 2015, the Heritage Radio Network interns reflected on our favorite food pieces from the year and...

Get Schooled: Jack’s “Food Studies 101” Syllabus

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Jack Inslee, Executive Producer, HRN Podcasts are cool, yes. Podcasts are also educational tools, and education is the driving...

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Michelle Long

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Michelle Long

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

MICHELLE LONG FOUNDING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BALLE: BE A LOCALIST Michelle Long is the founding Executive Director of BALLE: Be a...

MindChamps PreSchool Welcome Day: Top 10 Things To Look For In a New Preschool

by Syazana @ Sassy Mama

Looking for a Singapore preschool, mama? Check out this handy checklist of 10 top things to look for from some of the world’s premier educators Choosing a preschool for your little one can be overwhelming, but taking a school tour is a great first step to finding a good fit school for your child, mama. MindChamps […]

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A weekend in Hoi An

by Sarah @ Ho Tay Ha Noi

Last March I spontaneously escaped Hanoi’s grotty weather and flew down to Hoi An for a long weekend. Alone. This year I planned a bit further in advance and booked a flight as soon as we returned from our Tet trip to Cambodia. The weather in March this year wasn’t quite as bad but the […]

Bottom Line vs. Waistline: The Female Critic’s Dilemma

Bottom Line vs. Waistline: The Female Critic’s Dilemma

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Eating for a living may seem like a dream job, but as a food critic, Ruth Reichl knows it’s not...

Street Food Tour | Hanoi, Vietnam

Street Food Tour | Hanoi, Vietnam


Pravassa

Have at least a day in Hanoi during your trip to Vietnam? Do not miss this 3.5 hour guided walking tour of Hanoi's Old Quarter lead by the brilliant Mark Lowerson. We always recommend sampling food as the fastest way to gain an understanding of a new to you culture. This tour is for the adventurous

The New Yorker’s Food Issue with Amelia Lester

The New Yorker’s Food Issue with Amelia Lester

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Tune in as HRN Executive Director Erin Fairbanks sits down with the woman behind The Food Edition of The New...

Attractive delicacies of Phu Quoc

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Phu Quoc has lots of specialties that is famous not only locally but also internationally. Here are some of the best ones so that you can consider buying some of them as a present for your loved one.

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Love HRN? Join our team!

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Hey all you food + drink + radio lovers out there, we’re hiring!  Open positions include: Web Developer Development Intern...

Egg coffee: Amazing drink of Hanoi - Uminhnationalpark

Egg coffee: Amazing drink of Hanoi - Uminhnationalpark


Uminhnationalpark

Egg coffee is an unique drink in Hanoi, Vietnam, particularly in Café Giang.

Food Book Fair Panel Discussion: Recipe Testing and Development

Food Book Fair Panel Discussion: Recipe Testing and Development

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Tune in for a special bonus episode of The Food Seen, with an exclusive panel discussion from the recent Food Book...

Not Your Mother’s Food

Not Your Mother’s Food

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

What teenager wants to cook for his mom and does’t make chicken nuggets? Flynn McGarry! From a picky ten-year-old to...

Salzburg, Austria

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God

We spent two nights in Salzburg, where Mozart was born and raised. I had such a fantastic experience there walking around the old town, checking out lots of historic buildings and the view from the top of the mountain, where the Salzburg Castle is situated.



I love the old town and the river which reminded me a bit of Florence, Italy or Paris a bit. The old
town has so many beautiful gift shops and restaurants. We stopped at Cafe Tomaselli for coffee and cakes, which is a bit of an institution in the city.  We had the traditional coffee with whipped cream called melange which was fantastic and their cakes just blew my mind away, Delicious!!!!

               

We walked a bit more then took a cable car up to the top of the Salzburg Castle for the city view. It's very crowded as it should be, full of tourists like me. I took so many shots and stood there at first for about 10 minutes to appreciate the view and the green city and several different bridges connecting both sides of the city. Then we climbed up and walked inside to reach the top of the castle. The night before we left, because it was raining, we had dinner at the hotel restaurant and it was great food as well. The waitress was very helpful, recommending that we have calamari for starter then we had dumplings with bacon and crackling on top of sauerkraut. The second dish is very traditional for this part of Europe.



We also had the most famous Austrian dish Wiener Schnitzel, a flattened crumbed piece of pork pan-fried, served with boiled potatoes and cranberry sauce. On our last afternoon in the city, we just sat down in the square with a cold Steigl beer and enjoyed the last sunshine of the day. It was a fantastic 3 days in Salzburg!

Carlo Petrini at the Good Food Awards, Introduction by Alice Waters and Patrick Martins

Carlo Petrini at the Good Food Awards, Introduction by Alice Waters and Patrick Martins

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Carlo Petrini, father of the International Slow Food movement, addressed the Good Food Award nominees after being introduced by Alice...

Girl Meets Dirt in Preserves at Good Food Awards 2016

Girl Meets Dirt in Preserves at Good Food Awards 2016

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Unusual Valentine’s pairings: chocolate with whiskey, gin and beer

by Simran Sethi @ Good Food

"You are your best Valentine," says contributor Simran Sethi. She suggests giving yourself the gift of a perfect pairing. Sethi spoke with brewers and distillers across the country to find the most pleasurable ways to combine chocolate and alcohol.

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Lakefront Brewery’s Russ Klisch, Beer Winners at 2016 Good Food Awards

Lakefront Brewery’s Russ Klisch, Beer Winners at 2016 Good Food Awards

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

HRN at Bonnaroo – Game Changer: One Food Hack to Save the World

HRN at Bonnaroo – Game Changer: One Food Hack to Save the World

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Join a panel of unconventional game-changers working in food – a hunger relief non-profit partnering with rockstars, a sustainable online...

The Earths Leading 4 Most Important Hanoi Excursions Hints

The Earths Leading 4 Most Important Hanoi Excursions Hints

by traveltovietnamguide @ Travel to vietnam guide

Hanoi Metropolis Excursions, Ha Noi City Tour, Hanoi Tour, Hanoi Excursions — Con Dao Travel Select one of many following to unlock Secret Costs and pay much less on selected resorts. You’ ll cease in at MUSEUM OF superb museum showcases the depth of Vietnamese cultural variety with an astounding assortment of 15,000 artifacts gathered…

Frank Lee’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Frank Lee’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

Tuy Hoa - Phu Yen

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



Earlier this month, I spent two nights in Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen province in the centre of Vietnam. I joined a group of friends and their company, a group of over 200 people. It sounds not really fun with such a huge group but because they all work in the tourism industry, they do know how to balance between activity and relaxation. I just fell in with the group, wandering around the Vietstar resort eating, swimming and drinking the whole time. I joined a smaller group on an excursion to Gềnh Đá Dĩa, about 30 minutes away by bus. It was the place to observe the sunset where you sit on big flat rocks laying on each other like a stack of plates. On both sides of these rock formations there are nice beaches.



On my second day, I woke up early and went solo by taxi down to the town. About 15 minutes from the resort, the town has enough interest to occupy me for a whole morning. I have to say Phu Yen has changed so so much compared to the first time I was there 24 years ago. The good thing remaining is the quiet atmosphere of the city and its friendly people.



I went to Tan Binh Noodles at 121 Nguyen Trai Street for my breakfast, picking a southern style bowl, which was very much like the Nha Trang beef noodles of my home town. It was just a little bit sweeter but very tasty. The owner noticed me taking photos and he tried to re-arrange the table and told me: don't forget to put it on Facebook. It was so funny!



Walking down to the Tuy Hoa market, the biggest one in town, I wasn't that impressed at first look but as I walked toward to the back, I loved it. I love to see live and fresh produce from herbs to meat and seafood and I had no trouble spending about 2 hours there. The sellers were more than happy to talk to me and some even asked me to take their photos, which is very different to Hanoi. I had a lot of laughs with the vendors there. I bought lots of rice crackers from Tuy Hoa and also rice crackers with coconut, chili and sesame seeds from Binh Dinh which are renowned in the region. I was so excited to see them there.



Then I headed to an eatery serving roasted chicken in fish sauce. The Thien Huong restaurant at 211 Le Thanh Ton Street is Tuy Hoa's answer to KFC but very Vietnamese in style, served with fresh herbs, green tomatoes, cucumber and mayonnaise mixed with sweet chilli sauce. Open for lunch and dinner, it was packed with local people, which is always a good sign.



My last stop of the day was Cafe Tung at 69 Tan Da Street. According to the locals, this is one of the oldest coffee houses in town, considered to serve the best coffee. I ordered a black coffee which is unusual for me but it was very good. The coffee shop itself looked a bit tacky with the two parts of the shop very different in character; the entrance was red and modern with high tables while the other section was more relaxing with low chairs and tables with lots of plants around. I bought more than a kilogram of coffee back to Hanoi to drink at home.



It was a short and sweet visit but I'd like to go back again for a longer vacation when I can spend more time on the beach and discover more food.

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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Cha Muc of Halong Bay, Quang Ninh

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Enjoy Cha Muc in Halong Bay, one of the best dish in this area.

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Côn Đảo

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



We took a very short escape for four nights to Côn Đảo for relaxation which we enjoyed very much. The surroundings are still pretty much wild jungle with beautiful pristine beaches. The locals are very charming and friendly. I love the way the main town is nicely planned with good tidy infrastructure (unlike Hanoi) which makes the town run very easily and smoothly. One main priority when I'm on the coast is finding good seafood. Not difficult on Con Dao.



We hired a motorbike for the whole time to discover the island ourselves instead of taking taxis or joining tour groups from the hotel. We found wild beautiful beaches around, great little coffee shops and also great local seafood restaurants. We kept going back the the same restaurant for the whole four days. Called Ớt (Chilli) Seafood Restaurant, it was serving a great selection of live fresh seafood from crabs, shrimps, Moreton Bay bugs to lobsters and fish. I love the simple cooking methods they suggested, either steamed or barbecued, but always tasty. They also cooked a very nice sweet and sour fish broth to eat with rice and also steamed veggies eaten with a special dipping sauce: Kho Quẹt.



After lunch each day, we headed to Góc Phố Cafe to enjoy their coffee. Sitting on high plastic chairs looking over the road without any traffic and the town's clock tower. Life is so easy, calm and peaceful in this town.



Food is always my first highlight and I'd like to mention my second highlight; the Six Senses Resort. We had such a fantastic time with good breakfast and dinner even though it was more expensive than what we normally pay. We really enjoyed the ocean view from our room, the infinity pool and private beach.



I'd come back here again and hopefully the place stays the same as it is now: charming, peaceful, friendly people and great seafood.

Cha Ca La Vong

by Taryn Nicole @ Vietnam – Retro Food For Modern Times

Let’s step back in time to a few years ago and a completely imaginary pub quiz.  Let’s suppose I am poised on the brink of winning the meat tray.  Believe it or not, a meat tray is a valid prize in Australian pubs.  I won one once. It was awesome.  it was a whole tray […]

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Just Food Conference: Devita Davison’s Keynote Address

Just Food Conference: Devita Davison’s Keynote Address

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Local resistance and renewal are more vital than ever. People are beginning to seek solutions by doing things for themselves—by deciding...

This Paté is a Turkey!

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

Welcome to the end of the world.  Or at the very least the end of The A-Z of Cooking (1977).  Prepare to feel robbed.   Dear A-Z of Cooking,  Look…listen…over the past few years we’ve had joy, we’ve had fun, we’ve had seasons in the sun.  There’ve been many good times. Remember the Mushroom Cakes? And […]

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5 of the greatest street food tours around the world

5 of the greatest street food tours around the world


gwcaia.com

The Week Magazine has recently listed the top 5 best street food tours all over the world.

The Pho Report

The Pho Report

by jhitchcox @ Four Off The Beaten Path

We arrived in Hanoi after a 15 hour overnight train ride from Da Nang (not the best night’s sleep I’ve ever had, but not the worst either.) We pulled into the station a bit groggy at 5:30 am, but Hanoi was already hopping with folks out walking, playing badminton, and jiving to Zumba-like group aerobics in […]

Goddesses of Food: Changing the Way We Think About Women in the Kitchen

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

By Olivia Harrison In November of 2013, TIME Magazine released an international cover story called “The Thirteen Gods of Food,”...

Hanoi, Vietnam: Sassy Mama Guide to ‘Sampling’ the City with Baby in Tow - Sassy Mama

Hanoi, Vietnam: Sassy Mama Guide to ‘Sampling’ the City with Baby in Tow - Sassy Mama


Sassy Mama

How many months? This was the question we were asked by every smiling, friendly and somewhat bemused local we encountered on our recent trip to Hanoi. It’s very uncommon in Vietnamese culture for babies as young as ours to be out and about, let alone travelling internationally, however it was with our four month old …

Good Food For All with Bob’s Red Mill

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Heritage Radio Network is happy to announce our first-ever flagship sponsor: Bob’s Red Mill. Before you get to know our...

Hủ Tiếu

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



Hủ Tiếu Saigon is a signature noodle dish from the south. In the north, it is more of a dry noodle dish, while in Saigon it is clearly a soup. It consists of a choice of egg or rice noodles, a rich porky broth and lots of fresh salad and herb content on the side to counter the meat in the dish. This is one of the dishes on the top of my list whenever I'm going to Ho Chi Minh City. I'm sure there are plenty of people there who make amazing Hủ Tiếu but I love my lady in Bùi Viện street, who serves the best version I've had.



In the last 10 years or so, regardless of where I stay when I'm there, I always eat her noodles for breakfast. It's not just because it's cheap but also about how delicious the broth is: cooked with pork bones for a long time, with incredibly tender meat and the smile she greets me with.



She knows I like to eat fresh bean sprouts, soft knuckles of bone and some thinly sliced pork with not many noodles. I suppose you could say I'm a difficult customer - maybe that's why she recognises me! I enjoy her company and her staff seem to have been the same for years. So she must be a good employer, as well. All middle aged and very funny, sometimes it sounds like they are arguing but it is just a normal conversation. I enjoy being part of their conversation and laughing with it. She told me she doesn't care who her clients are or where they're from, they all human beings and she charges everyone with same price and I like that.

HRN at Bonnaroo – Behind the Menu: Making of a Food Truck

HRN at Bonnaroo – Behind the Menu: Making of a Food Truck

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Today’s most interesting chefs are taking their act on tour! Hear the creators of three food trucks at Bonnaroo 2016...

The Dish on Original Dishes

The Dish on Original Dishes

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

A lot of controversy is stirred up in the food world about originality and signature dishes. But on Evolutionaries, chef...

“On The Rise: The Future of Bread” International Symposium on Bread: Day 1

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Pictured: Bread sculpture greets symposium speakers and guests.  General Info: HRN on Tour went to Charlotte, North Carolina to attend,...

Get to Know the 2nd Class of Saxelby Scholars

by HRN Intern Team @ Heritage Radio Network

The Saxelby Radio Scholars program is a podcast series produced by teenagers telling the stories of food in their community....

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!

Join us on 'A Most Unusual Tour of India'

by @ Welcome to Ampersand's travel blog

Fortune favours the bold, particularly when it comes to travel. So while it may be short notice, join us at the end of February for what could be the most remarkable trip of your life. Seize this unique opportunity, escape the winter blues and hop on a magical carpet ride through India's most enchanting experiences. 

A Most Unusual Tour of India’ has been created by Ampersand Travel to offer clients a privileged insight into what makes the subcontinent one of the most magical places on Earth. This tour of the Punjab and Mumbai will accommodate a maximum of 14 guests who will be treated to some of India’s hidden treasures – from private lunches with Maharajas, sunset yacht trips along Mumbai’s iconic coastline and behind the scenes access to private galleries and their curators.

Perfect for Indophiles who feel like they’ve seen it all before, this will be a very special trip, introducing guests to India’s key movers and shakers who will offer a rare insight into her past, present and future.

This unusual journey, filled with extraordinary private access experiences, is only possible with Ampersand and Cosmo's contacts. It would be unrealistically expensive if it were to be arranged for a couple travelling alone. We consider this a group tour for people who would not ordinarily consider travelling with others. You will join forces with like-minded Ampersand clients, who are accustomed to the very best, to explore India under the chaperone of our charming guide and friend, Cosmo Samuel Brockway. A writer, South Asia specialist and all-round social maestro, Cosmo has lived in India for 20 years and has a deep understanding of its culture and arts. He will undoubtedly educate as well as entertain everyone on this trip!

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Trip Highlights:

- Lunch with the Maharaja of Kapurthala at his private residence
- A private visit to the glorious Moorish Mosque
- Celebrate Holi, the festival of colours, like a local
- Private tour of Amritsar and the newly opened Partition Museum
Golden Temple, the holiest site for the Sikh religion
Experience the Palki ceremony
Visit the former princely states of Kapurthala and Patiala
Private access tour of the Patiala Palace
Insiders access visit to the rose-pink Jagajit Palace, modelled on Versailles
Le Corbusier-designed Capitol Complex in Chandigarh
Private sunset yacht charter in Mumbai
Drinks with the Nawab of Surat
Special viewing of CSMVS Museum with the curator
Cocktails with the glamorous Ahluwalia family, owners of Bungalow 8
Private viewing of the Ahluwalia family’s collection of jewels and textiles
UNESCO World Heritage rock-cut temples of Elephanta Island
Champagne reception at Mumbai's Royal Opera House
Mumbai's world-renowned food scene with meals at its most-loved restaurants

For more information, please get in touch - info@ampersandtravel.com // +44 (0) 207 819 9770

You Know What They Say About Big Plates

You Know What They Say About Big Plates

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Subliminal clues surround every food choice we make. Whether that is plate size, who we are with, or the order...

Charleston Wine + Food 2017 Schedule

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Heritage Radio Network is broadcasting live for the second year in a row from Charleston Wine + Food . We’ll...

Is Hoi An The Ryan Gosling Of Vietnam?

by tarynnicole @ Vietnam – Retro Food For Modern Times

I’ve struggled to write about Hoi An and I only just realised why  – I like it just a little bit too much for my normal snarky tone to be used.  There’s nothing funny about Hoi An.  It’s lovely to look at, a great place to spend time…in fact the only downside is that because […]

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Panorama Festival Food Scene Reflects the New York Hustle

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

By Dinavie Salazar The July 22-24 weekend, New York’s premier food purveyors rallied to feed attendees of the inaugural Panorama...

Debunking Pasta Myths

Debunking Pasta Myths

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Daydreaming of Italian food conjures an image of fresh, handmade pasta being rolled and formed in an open-air kitchen in...

Seafood noodle: Amazing dish of Vietnamese

by upbai @ Uminhnationalpark

Seafood noodle is an easy-to-find dish and should be experienced whenever in Halong Bay, Quang Ninh.

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2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

JESSAMYN WALDMAN RODRIGUEZ FOUNDER AND CEO, HOT BREAD KITCHEN Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez is an entrepreneur and leader in the social...

Alaskan Bering Sea Crabbers Visit NYC

Alaskan Bering Sea Crabbers Visit NYC

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

On October 24th, Caity Moseman Wadler, Executive Director of Heritage Food Network, attended the Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers Crab Boil...

Hanoi Street Food Tour ~ HANOI KID TOUR

Hanoi Street Food Tour ~ HANOI KID TOUR


Travel to vietnam guide

Hanoi avenue meals tour is a leading local journey company located inside old quarter The company is not solely well-known for avenue food strolling excursions ,but in addition well-known for sight…

Chefs Collaborative Summit 2017 Complete Coverage

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The 2017 Chefs Collaborative Summit, which took place in Atlanta, was a gathering of chefs and food professionals who are changing menus...

Sneak Peek!  Eating Through Time with Evelyn Kim

Sneak Peek! Eating Through Time with Evelyn Kim

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Evelyn Kim, food and science writer, stopped by the studio to give us a sneak peak at the upcoming festival, Eating Through...

Brisket King 2017 brings smoked meat to Brooklyn

by HRN Intern Team @ Heritage Radio Network

On April 19th, 21 of the country’s best pitmasters gathered in the gymnasium of the Food Science Academy of Long...

Anne’s Poetical Egg Salad Sandwiches

by Taryn Nicole @ Retro Food For Modern Times

One of the absolute delights of my childhood was discovering the Anne of Green Gables set of books by Lucy Maud Montgomery.  They were my favourite books for years!  And to be honest, although I haven’t read one in forever, I still have the entire series and it wouldn’t take much for me to be […]

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5 reasons to love Hanoi

5 reasons to love Hanoi


Now To Love

Get among the motorbikes and go with the flow! | Woman's Day content brought to you by Now to Love

Ramen: The Rock & Roll of Japanese Food

Ramen: The Rock & Roll of Japanese Food

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

When mastering Japanese cuisine, chef Ivan Orkin focused on one thing: ramen. Drawn to the ‘rock and roll’ of Japanese...

Chitra Agrawal speaks on behalf of the Pantry Category Award Winners

Chitra Agrawal speaks on behalf of the Pantry Category Award Winners

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Nick Anderson’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Nick Anderson’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

We present this series as part of our pre-event coverage of Charleston Wine + Food Festival. What you’re about to...

The Law of PB&J, Pizza and Foie Gras Donuts

The Law of PB&J, Pizza and Foie Gras Donuts

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Justin Warner, co-owner of Do or Dine restaurant in Bed-Stuy, New York and Food Network star is known for his...

Vietnam Part 1 – “Is That Your Hand in My Pocket or Are You Just Happy I’m Back?”

by tarynnicole @ Vietnam – Retro Food For Modern Times

Like a creepy child in a horror movie…I’m baaaack!!! Rested, refreshed, relaxed and rearing to get back into this!  Slight problem, I lost my camera whilst in Vietnam and have not replaced it yet, so I thought whilst that was happening, I would fill in the next few weeks with tales from my trip.  Note, […]

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The Bright Future of Our Kitchens

The Bright Future of Our Kitchens

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

There is a lot of chatter about how to fill the so-called “chef shortage”. Even with the food industry exploding...

Good/Food: June Obsessions

Good/Food: June Obsessions

by Maddy Sweitzer-Lamme @ a woman who eats

June was a good month.  Are you ready for 4th of July?  I'm going to drink sangria by the pool and make an American Flag cake for my loved ones.  Here are the pieces of the Internet that have intrigued me this month.  Happy America Day!

I was recently listening to a podcast and the host said "there is nothing new under the sun."  What do y'all think?  Food52 just wrote this piece about how all of food media is the same thing just re-written and slightly adapted, which I think about all the time.  What is new to you?

I recently heard someone describe a white dude as having culturally appropriated another white dude's food. I was like, nah dude.  This Paste article is some good reading about the power structures in place that make the difference between adapting someone else's food and cultural appropriation.

A list of food threatened by global warming. DANGIT.  Check out last weeks post on improving mediocre peaches HERE.

I am a Durham girl and watching the city change has both delighted me and broken my heart.  This Instagram account posts historic pictures and short stories about how the spaces have changed over time.  A history lesson with your mindless scrolling.

This egg chart is so beautiful and inspiring.

I've been to nine of these restaurants and I'm hoping to explore more of them this summer, especially the Asheville and Raleigh spots.  North Carolina is fertile ground.

Coding in Berlin

by fguillen @ a Freelance Web Developer

Today I have comeback from a five months isolation bubble of coding, partnership and teamwork in Berlin. When I talked by phone with Markus for first time I didn’t expect how wonderful and grateful was gonna be to become the new member of his team. I just was looking for a position that allow me to work [...]

Save the Dates! Race, Place, and Authenticity in the Brooklyn Food Scene Panels

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Race, Place, and Authenticity in the Brooklyn Food Scene is presented by Heritage Radio Network, Local Roots NYC, and Raaka...

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Keynote: Simran Sethi

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Keynote: Simran Sethi

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Simran Sethi AUTHOR/JOURNALIST Simran Sethi is a journalist and educator focused on food, sustainability and social change. Named the environmental “messenger”...

The Demise of The Food Network

The Demise of The Food Network

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

If you asked pretty much anyone on the street if they’ve heard of or watched a show on The Food...

John Hutton of Coppal House Farm, Oil Category Winners at GFA 2016

John Hutton of Coppal House Farm, Oil Category Winners at GFA 2016

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

The Good Food Awards are a celebration of delicious foods produced in sustainable and responsible ways. Nominees traveled from around...

Catching Up with Steven Satterfield at Food Book Fair 2017

Catching Up with Steven Satterfield at Food Book Fair 2017

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

by Kat Johnson Like a really good novel, I didn’t want Food Book Fair to end. The sixth annual literary festival...

Secret Garden Restaurant, Saigon

by noreply@blogger.com (Van Cong Tu) @ Vietnamese God



I like this restaurant pretty much for its location on the top floor of an old building right in District 1. Secret Garden has a very simple design for both inside and outside on the terrace but I prefer sitting outside where I can enjoy the breeze even though it was in a very hot day in Saigon when I visited in May. The open space idea is great with wooden tables and chairs and some colourful flowers around that made me feel like I was in the small garden.



The restaurant has short menus for both food and drink which is great as I don't like too many choices. I love the simple way they cook the food but without compromising on flavour and authentic Vietnamese style. My favourite dishes the day I visited were the stir fried beef with càng cua vegetables and the crab broth served with pickled baby eggplants. Another rustic idea was the serving of drinks in small bottles with lemon grass, a slice of lemon and ice.... a very refreshing look!




I'd love to come back to the Secret Garden again on my next visit to discover more of their delicious food and drinks menu.

The Secret Garden 
158 bis Pasteur, 
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City

‘Nam No. 1: Hanoi Street Grub

‘Nam No. 1: Hanoi Street Grub

by laceylaken @ Donal Skehan – 365bitesaroundtheworld

During an over night boat trip on Ha Long Bay, I was fortunate enough to meet Sofie and Donal who, unlike me, work on a legit food blog and write cook books in Ireland. Check out the website www.donalskehan.com/ (just … Continue reading

10-on-10 Photography Collective: Bernal Heights Street Fair

by Jen Baxter @ Jen Baxter Creative

For this months 10-on-10 Photography Collective I’m sharing the highlights from a San Francisco street party I covered in Bernal Heights. I decided to edit these in black and white to give them that old school snapshot feel. Please check out Erica Kennedy’s 10-on-10 this month featuring things she’s grateful for. We all need that […] Read more...

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2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Oran Hesterman

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Oran Hesterman

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

ORAN HESTERMAN PRESIDENT AND CEO, FAIR FOOD NETWORK With more than 35 years in the field, Oran B. Hesterman is...

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Media Partners

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Media Partners

by Heritage Admin @ Heritage Radio Network

Speakers from Heritage Radio Network and the NRDC share their stories and discuss their work strengthening the regional food movement.

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