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Porto's Bakery & Cafe

Recently I visited Porto’s, a famous bakery located in Burbank. They have so many insanely delicious pastries and desserts for very inexpensive prices.

There’s always a line but it moves very quickly. 95 more words

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You are the Best Critic for You

I grew up on a farm in North Texas.  My adventuress into cuisine were strictly fast food and barbeque for the first forty years of my life.   873 more words


A trip to the TASTE London Festival

Earlier this month, I went to the Taste London festival in Regent’s Park, right behind my office as I was lucky enough to grab some free tickets to the opening night via my work in Regents Place.  40 more words


Eating in Madrid

Sideria El Tigre

The Tapas Culture. This bar showed us an authentic Spanish experience, a true tapas bar. We went here around dinner time and when I say dinner time, I mean 9 pm with very hungry faces. 332 more words


What's That Word Again?

I love words! I always have. I love figuring out how to spell them, I love the way they sound, figuring out different pronunciations is fun for me. 129 more words


Crescent Dragonwagon, etc: The Summer Slide Edition

Another month, another Funny Names in Food post. Though this round has caught me even more unaware than usual. (And I can get caught plenty unaware… 287 more words



LOVE these images by Australian photographer Lee Grant, featured in the new issue of Frankie magazine. Her “Oriental Dinner” series of tableaux shows the interiors of suburban Chinese restaurants and remind me of one of my own favourite photos – above – taken in one of the two (terrible) Chinese restaurants across the street from each other in the Australian country town of Kyneton.