HAVANA, Cuba – Forget cigars, rum and old cars. Forget Hemingway, Fidel and Che. If there are only two things to remember about real Cuban life, it’s this: queues and ice cream. Continue reading Coppelia Ice Cream Parlour, Cuba’s Cathedral of Ice Cream
LUANG PRABANG, Laos – Silvery, slithery things indignantly flick their tails sending a wave of water out of the bucket. Unidentified creatures with small paws sizzle on a grill. Continue reading Plunge into local life in Luang Prabang at Phosi Market
A travel & food chat with Chef Dennis Leslie. In this interview, his favourite food destinations, foodie discoveries while on the road and how he feels about eating notorious fertilized duck embryo. Continue reading Travel & food chat with Dennis Leslie, Executive Sous Chef at the Adelaide Oval
Laos spices things up with unique cuisine. Read about how this small Southeast Asian nation turns up the heat with big, bold flavours.
It feels like someone is snapping an elastic band at my foot, a sharp, painful pinch and burning sensation repeated over and over again. Oww!
“Barefoot luxury” is a term I hear more and more these days. I’ve often pondered its meaning. What is barefoot luxury?
Rich rolling hills, endless vineyards and farms – the Barossa is food and wine heaven, renowned for its bold, gutsy, luscious Shiraz. Touring the Barossa should be on every foodie’s wish list.
Grilled peaches and cream: local peaches grilled, topped with pure cream and macadamia nut crumble
“Fish and chips”: Pan-seared Barramundi with native Australian herbs, served with potatoes, coleslaw and “poor backpacker’s tartar sauce” Continue reading Australia road trip: campervan fish and chips