Blog Entries tagged 'food'
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- Taiwan Day 3If I never smell stinky tofu again it will be too soon. And I still have four days left in Taiwan. Le sigh.
Today was a good day. I met a friend of a friend and Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Jan 6, 2013
- New Orleans: The FoodAnd now, the post that everyone has been waiting for – the food. New Orleans is known for its food culture, so trying to decide where to eat among so many fantastic options is a challenge and I dare say Posted by cgplatt in Our Never Ending Journey | Jan 5, 2013
- The Great British Christmas Dinner!
The suspense mounts for weeks for those of us living abroad. As soon as the tree goes up, dreams of a glistening roast embellished with perfectly rolled up pigs in blankets take over. Posted by lauracerys in Destino Infinito | Jan 4, 2013
- On the Eleventh Day of Christmas
The world has gotten this much smaller. For a small purchase of 79 Yuan (that's about $12), Amazon China will deliver to your door. It's opened up a whole new world of food opportuni Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Jan 3, 2013
- La Catedral, Restaurant and Bar
The search for the perfect enchiladas is an ongoing sport in our household. Although I have finally perfected my green salsa recipe, we are always looking for a restauran Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jan 1, 2013
- Pandas, Temples and Night markets Today we are off to the zoo, and Olivia is sooo excited!
We were up early to go for our second trip to the post office to send a package, this time with the right address! We got side Posted by Olivia-travels2 in Thailand Dec '12/Jan '13 | Dec 18, 2012
- On the Eighth Day of ChristmasThere's not much coal in the stores here, so Santa has to improvise. How about some Durian cakes?
Everybody's fa Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Dec 24, 2012
- The Final WeekOn Tuesday, the time was nearing for my departure from the village and so I began planning and pre-packing my things. I pulled all the clothes from the drawers of my dresser and stacked them on the bed in neat Posted by CRBackman in Georgia On My Mind | Dec 21, 2012
- On the Fifth Day of ChristmasIt's Secret Santa time! This year the Chinese teachers and the international teachers each pick a person and give gifts. Mine has been extra thoughtful and bought me a bag of fermented milk.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/527339/large_Fer Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Dec 17, 2012
- On the Third Day of Chinese Christmas
Three fried chickens. And for you ESL teachers out there, that's not the non-count kind of chicken as in 'fried chicken,' that's the count-noun as in A fried chicken. Only Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Dec 13, 2012
- Gifts for the HomesickWhen I need a little taste of Kansas...
Or Chinago... Chinago?
Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Dec 9, 2012
- At The Farm in WangenThe weather here is much like early Spring in upstate New York. We have only had glimpses of the snowy high mountains in the distance, because many days have been cloudy, chilly, and rainy. We have Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 9, 2012
- Birthdays, Christmas, Halloween and Twister in ChinaSorry about the lack of blog entries over the last month but with access to Facebook, I've not really needed to use this.... which is a shame, because I like writing!
So the last time we spoke was in October... wow... Posted by Lady Mantle in Off to China | Dec 7, 2012
- Nazca and ArequipaWe arrived in Nazca, a medium size desert town about an hour inland from the coast, after a three hour bus ride from Paracas. Elijah is doing much better on buses already. When we got off the bus, we Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Dec 7, 2012
- Wandering the streets of Marseille
“All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring
On our journey through France we have been in Marseille for three days. While that is not near enough time Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Dec 6, 2012
- The PurchaseKitchens in Georgia, typically, are completely separate buildings from the houses that also often contain the dining rooms. In our house, there is a room that mimics a small Western kitchen but with limited counter space, few cupboards and devoid Posted by CRBackman in Georgia On My Mind | Dec 6, 2012
- On the first day of ChristmasHawaiians love Spam. They also love canned tuna. But for the person who can't choose between canned tuna and canned Spam:
Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Dec 5, 2012
- New Orleans: Crescent City Cooks!Continuing the theme of meticulously planning every.single.second of our trip to New Orleans, I had scheduled a cooking class for us at [[http://www.crescentcitycooks.com|Crescent City Cooks!]]. The class had been recommended by a co-worker of my dad and Posted by cgplatt in Our Never Ending Journey | Dec 2, 2012
- The Dearly DepartedI suppose it was only a matter of time before I crashed a Georgian funeral from the way things had been going for me; although, it wasn't technically a funeral at all.
My host-mother had been mourning the loss of Posted by CRBackman in Georgia On My Mind | Dec 1, 2012
- The Sights of CopacabanaUtama Hotel continues to impress. The breakfast they provide for their guests consists of an egg (scrambled or fried), coffee with milk, juice, fruit salad, corn flakes, strawberry yogurt, a corn panqueque (sp?), two pieces of bread each, jam + Posted by alexis.johnson in Trippin' | Nov 29, 2012
- An American Thanksgiving in China
[center]One of the best things about living in Wuhan compared to other Chinese cities is the large amount of foreigners. I’m really enjoying the chance to find out about not only Chinese culture but also spend some time with people Posted by Jessica_l_ball in Big Jess, Little China | Nov 28, 2012
- The Ho Chi Minh trailThe Laos leg of our tour started in Hanoi. To get to Laos we had 2 very long bus journeys ahead of us. The first one was leaving the next morning down to Vinh - still in Vietnam. But first Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Nov 26, 2012
- Crocodiles on mopeds and other tales from HanoiLast year's brief visit to Hanoi left a strong impression, even though Jen and I weren't able to make the most of our time there. Arriving straight from the Himalayas, we were tired and preoccupied by lists of errands. We Posted by luv2trek in Parsons on Tour | Nov 20, 2012
- Hanoi and the long haul to Ha Long Bay
With the city of Hue logged into the memory banks we boarded our last night train of our Vietnam trip. So, you might have heard some horror stories about overnight trains in Vietnam, but the pre Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Nov 17, 2012
- Lost in TranslationWe are dining out in Shanghai tonight at a restaurant that relied on Google to translate the menu, but we are a bit stumped with some of the dishes and would value your help before we order. For instance: What Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 11, 2012