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Brazilians and fellow expats who lived in Brazil have had a long-standing love affair with this chocolate treat. It’s called Brigadeiro (bri-ga-DAY-roo) aka brazilian chocolate truffles or brazilian fudge balls ( I personally called it “diet plan exterminator” or “gourmet xanax”). 318 more words

Expat Food

Exquisite Pacific Bisque at the El Faro Hotel, Costa Rica

Hotel El Faro’s Executive Chef Ali Garita Fonesta makes the finest seafood bisque that I as a chef journalist has ever tasted in all my international travels. 926 more words

Travel And Food

Essen Straße (Eat Street)

Yesterday my good friend and I took a trip down to Eat Street, a weekend market famed for it’s international selection of food. Originally we had planned to go between 4-6pm, but after checking the open times we realised that he had only an hour left until closing. 484 more words


Recipe | Beyti kebab with bulgur: turkish-inspired

Beyti kebab is a delicious turkish kebab recipe, served wrapped in tortillas (lavash) and topped with tomato sauce and yogurt. Beyti can either consist of ground beef or lamb. 396 more words

International Food

Refreshing Pineapple Mint Juice

Survive the hot, summer days with this delicious and nutritious juice! With the sweet, tropical pineapple, and the refreshingly cool mint, this juice hits the spot for quenching thirst. 226 more words

Expat Food

Food spectacular at the Family Feast

Family Feast on Sunday turned out to be a beautiful day in just about every way. Abundant crops, glorious sunshine – perfect for washing muddy spuds in tubs of cold water – and many hands available to share the work: all great ingredients for camaraderie. 303 more words

School Event

Indonesian fried rice (nasi goreng)

You may have noticed that I am quite in to rice at the moment.  It’s really versatile, pretty cheap and I find I can be quite adventurous with what I add to it, with a (normally!) happy response from everyone in the family.   286 more words