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121 N. Bridge St. Bellaire, MI 49615
My family recently bought a cottage on Torch Lake in Northern Michigan, USA. Just outside Traverse City, this area of the state is booming with e… Read More
Highway 200, Guerrero
Finding a good eatery is a fine art, best practiced when you’re not in a state of hysterical starvation, but instead only pestered by mild … Read More
I discovered the Frascati DOC white wine in 2011 shortly after meeting my now-husband whose family makes the wine. This wine is crisp and bright … Read More
Warbal, Maluku Islands, Indonesia
Visiting my dads home town, Kai, in east Indonesia, I stumbled across the small island of Warbal accessible only via speedboat. From there we tra… Read More
It is hard to spend any period of time in Croatia without noticing carts and fast food restaurants grilling what look to be small uncased sausage… Read More
First encountered on the drive back from a three-day hike in the mountains of northern Taiwan--probably no meal has ever tasted so good. A street… Read More
Street 174, Phnom Penh
When I was in Phnom Penh, I wanted to find high-quality Khmer (Cambodian) food. Now, every touristy restaurant and street vendor serves Khmer dis… Read More
Peanuts, walnuts, apricots, golden and standard-issue raisins, candied fruit, and flour, sugar, and corn syrup densely packed into a cake. Am I i… Read More
Pla del Palau, 2, Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona, 2006. My husband and I were meeting another couple for dinner, some local expat artists whom we didn’t know. It was kind of a bl… Read More
I have been living in New York City for a while now, and I think almost half of my meals were ordered from a fast-food chain. Working almost 10 h… Read More
Any train in India
Most people who've travelled much in India agree that train is the way to go...it's cheap, relatively functional and a great way to interact with… Read More
I come from the UK and I like my cheese strong. Cheddar should be extra mature, and no, the orange stuff they sell in the States is not it. Stilt… Read More
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
America is the breakfast capital of the world. I have been lucky enough to breakfast all over but will happily nail my colours to the mast of pan… Read More
Bánh Sầu Riêng Durio, Le Thi Rieng Park, 590 Cach Mang Thang Tam, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Last night, my landlady's daughter and her boyfriend called to invite Hai and I to join them for a late-evening treat. What a nice surprise! … Read More
Baskin & Robbins, 424A Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Disgrict 3,Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Are Mid-Autumn Moon Festival "moon cakes" Vietnam's Christmas "fruit cakes"? Everyone gets one (or many) moon cakes as gi… Read More
The random tour of Chelsea Physic Garden for homemade lavender scones turned out to be a rather interesting ingredient lesson. The convenience of… Read More
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