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Visiting Ireland 🇮🇪 St Patrick's Day 2016

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 25 Jan 2017 | By stephenhvlogtv | Views [137]

So today marked day 1  of a 4 day trip back to Ireland  I flew from Gatwick to Cork on Ryan Air  I have several blog posts from my last trip  Which were very popular  So I'm ... Read more >

Tags: blarney, castles, cooking, cork, exploring, history, ireland

Andalusian Days (VI): How Much do You Know About Extra Virgin Olive Oil?

SPAIN | Mon, 27 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [318]

“We’ve had two weeks of rain and strong winds,” Diego says, kicking into the red soil covered by loose mounds of fallen leaves and shrunken olives. “Crazy winds. The flowers were in bloom then, and pollen flying everywhere.... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, cooking, food, gourmet, olive oil, rural, seville, spain, tapas

Hoi An

VIETNAM | Sun, 24 Jan 2016 | By ljd | Views [142]

cooking was cool in Hoi An. So were the lanterns

Tags: cooking, hoi an, lights, vietnam

How many Americans studying math in Paris does it take to change a lightbulb?

FRANCE | Tue, 13 Oct 2015 | By kakimono | Views [130]

Friday before leaving for Dordogne, the lightbulb in the lamp nearest to the sofa (which happens to be my second-most used source of light. The most used is, of course, the sun.) went out. My bedside table lamp was too dim, and the kitchen light was ... Read more >

Tags: bookstores, cooking, lightbulbs

Cooking and Harp

FRANCE | Tue, 22 Sep 2015 | By kakimono | Views [296]

Saturday was a cooking class. Joe, Megan , Maria José, and Aimé were also signed up for that session. (This was the second of three sessions, each with a cap of six people.) The cooking took place at a private house about an hour from ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, food, harp

Mondays, Mondays

FRANCE | Thu, 17 Sep 2015 | By kakimono | Views [208]

Since I’d designed my schedule to not have classes on Monday, I didn’t have anything I needed to do when I woke up in my own apartment the next morning. So I decided to finally get around to something I’d been meaning to do for a while:... Read more >

Tags: artichokes, cooking, food, kitchen, shopping

Where My Favourite Foods Grow

SRI LANKA | Wed, 29 Jul 2015 | By lindsaylauren | Views [486]

In today’s world, we’re all very accustomed to eating foods that don’t grow where we live. Though I eat as locally as possible, I regularly use olive oil, throw cashews into my salads, and love coconut milk. I also eat chocolate…... Read more >

Tags: cooking, hill country, passport and plate, spice gardens, spices, sri lanka, tour, world nomads

A foodie's guide to Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA | Fri, 10 Jul 2015 | By madamemahsa | Views [666]

If you're like me, food is more than just fuel while travelling. You don't just grab a bite between sightseeing, you're constantly searching for the next food experience. There's a 'food' tab in your travel spreadsheet and your travelling style ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, food tour, foodie, sri lanka

Good karma in Sri Lanka + Recipe for coconut milk rice

SRI LANKA | Thu, 9 Jul 2015 | By madamemahsa | Views [685] | Video

A white-clad pilgrim gestures for me to join the procession. I tuck my tattered notepad under my arm, cup both my hands to hold my coconut rice offering and slink quickly into line. The air is balmy and paper lanterns sway with the wind. There ... Read more >

Tags: ancient city, anuradhapura, bodhi tree, cooking, kiribath, milk rice, pilgrims, sri lanka, tradition

The one superfood Sri Lankans can't live without

SRI LANKA | Mon, 6 Jul 2015 | By madamemahsa | Views [985]

If you're a foodie chances are you've tried (pfft, led) most of the recent superfood trends. A kale smoothie for brekky? Or perhaps you fancy a quinoa salad for lunch? For most Sri Lankans though, there's just one superfood ingredient they rely on –... Read more >

Tags: chilaw, coconuts, cooking, food tour, king coconut, sambal, sri lanka, superfoods, tapper, toddy

Photos: Passport & Plate - Plantain Chorizo Hash + Panama Fruit Smoothie

PANAMA | Tue, 3 Mar 2015 | By skyleejane | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Over the summer I visited Bocas del Toro in Panama. I stayed on Isla Cristobal near Dolphin Bay, so named because of the mammals that would play within its protected waters. I stayed in a tiny house perched above the waters of the Caribbean. Because of ... Read more >
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Tags: 2015 passport & plate: sri lanka, cooking, panama, recipes, solo travel, travel

Peruvian Tiradito

PERU | Fri, 27 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [286]

I’ve got more culinary delights to share from my recent trip to South America. The first stop we made was in Lima, Peru. The oldest parts of Lima are rich in Spanish colonial history. Architecture buffs could wander the streets in awe for days.... Read more >

Tags: cooking, recipes, seafood

Lingering Over a Late Lunch: Gamlastovo Farm, Norway

NORWAY | Sun, 22 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [265]

To understand Norway, you need to spend some time outside Oslo. The Norwegians are people who enjoy the outdoors. Outdoor recreation and sports are popular. Skiing, fishing, hiking… But an outdoor life also includes work. Rural life is still a ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, norway, plums, pudding, recipes

Gallo Pinto: The Breakfast of Champions Tico Style

COSTA RICA | Sun, 22 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [442]

I’m in Costa Rica. I have actually been here a few days. But I wanted to get my local groove on before I posted about my experience. But I am ready to start this Costa Rican travel adventure and what better way to start than with breakfast. In ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, food

Photos: The Big Field Trip

INDIA | Sat, 22 Nov 2014 | By angelasmirkman | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Somewhere between being thrown out of the Great Mosque of Uqba in Tunisia and sneaking into the dilapidated communist headquarters in Bulgaria, I began to ask myself what harebrained notion had possessed us to schlep three kids, five backpacks, a guitar, ... Read more >
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Tags: adventure, cooking, home-school, languages, memoir, travel, travel with kids

Everything you need to know about REAL Mexican food

MEXICO | Wed, 29 Oct 2014 | By connectlocally | Views [2786]

If you think Taco Bell is awesome Mexican food, chances are your nationality is other than Mexican and have never tried any authentic food while visiting Mexico. Taco Bell is an American company that tired of waiting for line cooks to heat up each ... Read more >

Tags: authentic, cooking, eating, food, mexican, mexico, taco bell, travel

A Pinch of What? How to Cook Real Indian Food at Home

INDIA | Tue, 28 Oct 2014 | By connectlocally | Views [3167]

India - the land of blinding colours, incredible smiles, honking cars, warm people, littered streets, mighty Himalayas, naked hermits, a million gods, gorgeous women and spicy food. [Yeah, the snake charmers are passé!] All of us have ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, curry, india, recipe, travel

Running Amok for Fish Amok

CAMBODIA | Fri, 26 Sep 2014 | By connectlocally | Views [4472]

The bowl is steaming hot. I deeply inhale the lemongrass and galangal and immediately start salivating.  And as soon as I put a spoonful in my mouth, my tastebuds "rush into a frenzy" - the original Malay meaning of the word "amok".  ... Read more >

Tags: amok, cambodia, cooking, cooking class, cooking class, fish, hotel, recipe, siem reap, travel

'Eat'aly - Part 2: Ten Commandments of Pasta Making

ITALY | Wed, 13 Aug 2014 | By tremendoustri | Views [2116]

It would not be a fruitful trip to Italy without me finally learning the art of making the quintessential Italian culinary staple. As my trip took place in Emilia-Romagna, I got my hands on learning the traditional way make to egg pasta, from scratch ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, eataty, emilia-romagna, passport & plate: italy 2014, pasta making

The Nicest People on Earth

USA | Fri, 13 Jun 2014 | By eliserininger | Views [176]

I knew that Thailand was "the land of the smiles," but it really hits you when you finally meet that person that never stops smiling. I took a cooking class with some friends last weekend, and our instructor was just an exquisite individual. She had ... Read more >

Tags: chinese lantern, cooking, smiling, thailand, tik

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