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Third Wheeling By Accident

Hong Kong
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As some on TripAdvisor have called it, I’d just entered the ‘Mad Place,’ or Sai Yeung Choi Street, a pedestrian shopping street in Mongkok. I stumbled upon the street by accident. And... Read more

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Sandwiches from Porto, Portugal

Sometimes a dip into another world comes at you fast and furious, and you’re buoyed by its thrill for days. Like that time in Portugal.

I was supposed to just run in for sandwiches.

Our kids had both fallen asleep en route to the Museu Serralves, a short drive from downtown Porto. Scott was behind the wheel. He would drop me off in front of this hole-in-the-wall tasca someone had recommended to us—a casual, traditional bar/eatery called Tasca da Badalhoca, known for its ham sandwiches—pull over, and hope the boys didn’t wake up while the car was unmoving (it happens). I’d be back in a flash.

But when I ran in through the heavy wooden doors, my eyes struggling to adjust to the dim interior, I was swallowed into another world. At the back of the boxy, crowded space was the meat and sandwich counter, lorded over by fast-moving, loud-talking staff and, above their heads, suspended legs of dry-cured pork. The front was a dark, hanging-out kind of room, a bar, I suppose, where men in blue jumpsuits and a few women stood around, chatting and eating sandwiches on the thin wooden counter that ran the length of the space. Nearly everyone was drinking glass mugs of pink sparkling wine. It was 11:30 a.m.

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Nassau, New Providence Island
  • Peas and rice, steamed meats

    Pigeon peas and rice, and any number of steamed or baked meats/fish (plus sides), are at the heart of Bahamian home cooking. This is largely the domain of lunch vans and food trucks, those that cater...

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Coastal Yucatan
  • Marquesita

    A common street snack at busy corners and inside bustling zócalos, marquesitas are like crunchy crepes: A batter is poured into what looks like a waffle maker, sweet add-ins are thrown in, then...

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Jamaica
  • Escovitch fish

    Fish prepared escovitch style, more accurately, is pan-fried with salt and pepper, then dressed with a simple but winning combination of vinegar, onions, garlic, julienned bell peppers, and, of course,...

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  • Third Wheeling By Accident

    Hong Kong

    lifethroughchocolate

    As some on TripAdvisor have called it, I’d just entered the ‘Mad Place,’ or Sai Yeung Choi Street, a pedestrian shopping street in Mongkok. I stumbled upon the street by acciden…    Read more
  • A Most Unusual Dinner in Chioggia

    Calle ponte caneva, 915, Chioggia

    labruttafigura

    The dining experience at Jackie Tonight is somewhere between dreams and inebriation. The interior of Jackie’s house is a warren of dark rooms made yet more befuddling by the smoke from open…    Read more
  • Chinese noodles at Mumbai beach

    juhu beach mumbai

    saraedward

    Last month I visited Mumbai, India, and also visited Mumbai Juhu Beach, where a Chinese food vendor makes Chinese noodles. They were so tasty. I have never eaten this type of noodle before. I wil…    Read more
  • Hungarian Rhapsody

    14315 Northline Rd. Southgate, MI

    albeerpoe

    Golumpki, paprikash, and palacsinta: How's about some super real-deal Hungarian foods I enjoyed as a wee tot? This place rocks, with many enjoying their meals after many an hour's drive. …    Read more

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