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Кузнечный переулок • St. Petersburg

This week I thought I’d dig back and post a Reheated from our Russia mayhem. Jumping on the boat back in 2009 with Tony and hitting Estonia, Helsinki, Stockhom and St. Petersburg was an epic, light filled, adventure. It made sense to heat it back up this week with all the recent Russia...

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Holiday Hurrah!

You all now that Ant and I go into a Holiday eating vortex between Christmas and New Years. When we resurface there is tons of delicious morsels and family eating stories to share. Until that point in early January, when our fingers thin out enough to type again, we wish you all a happy holiday...

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Chow Kit Market • Kuala Lumpur

Wander an Asian street market long enough and your eyes will cross, your olfactory glands will blow out and your mouth will salivate worse than when Mr. Pavlove goes on a bell ringing frenzy. The plan is always to eat early and eat often. On this drop into Malaysia I hit the Chow Kit Market, the...

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Tekka Centre • Singapore

There is nothing more exciting to me than a hawker market. This one happens to be in Singapore in the Little India neighborhood. I’m not sure what it is exactly that makes my eyes widen and pulse race when finding a hawker market but I know it’s something about the rawness of the space....

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The Great Googa Mooga Madness

The long awaited artisinal, celebrity chef, food festival known as The Great Googa Mooga came and went this weekend. By all accounts it was hit and a miss. The weather, for one was, unarguably, perfect. Aside from that, the easiest reaction to sum of the event is “Great Googly Moogly“....

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Food Store Tour #1

A few weekends ago I decided to take a gourmet food store tour as I meandered through my weekend errands. That’s a lie. I completely put off the errands so that I could jump from store to store on an eating extravaganza. I loved it and this won’t be the last. In fact, think of this as a...

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They’re Grrrrrreat! in England too

It always amazes me how I see Frosted Flakes, my favorite cereal, in almost ever country I travel to. The box is usually different or Tony is slightly skewed but the taste always remains the same. Thanks to Tony the Tiger for keeping it real and giving me a little bit of home as I globetrek. ...