Tag Archives | Food

Travel writing that explores the tastes as well as the scenery. Read blog posts that travel around the world to bring you the recipes and customs that the globe has to offer…

Having a painkiller in Tortola, BVI

How To Make A Painkiller in the Caribbean

It doesn’t take long to pick up on an island’s signature drink. A postcard here, […]

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Fresh crab in curried soup

A Boiled Egg at One of Cardiff’s Best Restaurants

As a Brit, I’ve had to hear my fair share of jokes about the food […]

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Why Colour Still Matters in Cape Town

When it comes to colour in South Africa, perhaps there’s no better place to start […]

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Central Amalfi

When Life Hands You Lemons…

Lemons. They’re all over the place in the narrow streets of olive and stone-soaked Amalfi. […]

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Bajan Recipe Flying Fish

Bajan Recipes – Flying Fish and Cou Cou in Barbados

Looking back now on my pieces on Barbados, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was […]

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Watermelons in Rangoon Market

Rangoon’s Roadside Markets

Sunlight shifts over gold, silver and sapphires in the ordered, sheltered aisles of the covered […]

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Impeccable dining at The Wing, Hong Kong

Impeccable dining at The Wing, Hong Kong @CathayPacificUK On The Road… Zoom…These pics come straight […]

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A Tea House in Hong Kong

Sipping jasmine tea with crunchy black sesame snacks in a tea house. On The Road… […]

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Photo on the Go: Ohn noe khauk sue…Or tasty morning noodle soup in Myanmar/ Burma

Ohn noe khauk sue…Or tasty morning noodle soup in Myanmar/ Burma On The Road… Zoom…These […]

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Photo on the Go: Fact of the day: there exactly 400 trillion calories in Afternoon Tea at The Peninsula, Hong Kong. And every single one is worth it

Fact of the day: there exactly 400 trillion calories in Afternoon Tea at The Peninsula, […]

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Photo on the Go: The Green Tangerine. A great name, an interesting mix of sesame, cocoa, lemongrass & caramel in

The Green Tangerine. A great name, an interesting mix of sesame, cocoa, lemongrass & caramel […]

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Photo on the Go: The Green Tangerine. A great name, an interesting mix of sesame, cocoa, lemongrass & caramel in

The Green Tangerine. A great name, an interesting mix of sesame, cocoa, lemongrass & caramel […]

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Photo on the Go: Bun Ba Nam Bo. Tastes as good as its name.

Bun Ba Nam Bo. Tastes as good as its name. On The Road… Zoom…These pics […]

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Giant in ice

A Quick Taste of Tux in Austria’s Tirol

Sickness has slowed my writing this month, I’m sorry to say. But rather than leave you hanging in silence, I thought I’d cheer you up with a quick taste of Tirol. Drum roll please as I introduce the iPhone only snapshots of my time in the snow. Who could imagine…

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Plata Tequila Bottle

Tea Time & The Tequila Worm

If travel teaches you anything, it is this: that one man’s hangover-inducing, paint-stripping, memory-erasing spirit shot is another man’s artisanal specialty. Take tequila…

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Coloured houses in Girona as Catalonia campaigns for independence and the use of the word "home"

Girona: Short and Sweet

I love the medieval city of Girona, although a city this size scarcely seems large […]

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Photos of cartagena fruit

The World’s Best Fast Food, Cartagena

Fast forward to the close-set streets of Cartagena, in sticky, colourful Colombia and her words resurfaced after all these years…

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Photo on the Go: Tasting coffee in Colombia!

Tasting coffee in Colombia! On The Road… Zoom…These pics come straight from my iPhone through […]

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El celler sweets

Eating By Numbers: El Celler de Can Roca

In the space of five minutes, we’ve travelled through five countries: Mexico, Peru, Lebanon, Morocco and Korea.

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What Are Pierogi? Platefuls of Polish Perfection

Alright, there’s a chance I’ve gone overboard with the Ps in that headline. Yet ever since I wrote

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