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A la Cart: K&J Food Truck

If you’ve never had your lunch prepared for you by a real-life baron, here’s your chance. And if you like to see your lunch pummeled to within a quarter-inch of its life before it’s fried and served in a bun, then K&J’s schnitzel is what you’ve been waiting for. 112 more words


Day 49: National Geographic

I sat by the fire with a Smuttynose IPA and my Dad handed me this months National Geographic Magazine. I bit my tongue and didn’t ask him if he stole the magazine from the doctor’s office. 447 more words

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The Street Food Project: Jalebi

Jalebi according to me is the Indian equivalent of funnel cake. It is still very different though but both recipes share the part where a batter is deep fried in circular shapes. 257 more words


World’s Tastiest Veg Dish : Misal Pav

Today we are going to talk about the tastiest vegetarian dish in the world, we are not talking about any European gourmet dish we are going to discuss our very… 238 more words



Covering the opening of Little Feast photographically put me in the front row for an alluring foodie performance.Circling Shepherds Bush Yard I made mental notes on parts of each menu from all the stalls that would inevitably make to my mouth. 213 more words

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Pop Brixton @ London, UK

The other week, I was wandering the streets of Brixton, having come out of the Brixton Village arcade, and spotted Pop Brixton. It was an area surrounded by shipping containers, roughly stacked together, next to the railway arches, full of food and drink stands as well as the odd shop selling clothing. 409 more words


To My Favorite Eats in Taiwan

Though I’ve stopped documenting my trip to Taiwan, I did write an article about my 8 favorite eats in Taiwan on Spoon University.

While writing the article, I did my best to avoid “typical” Taiwanese foods like snow ice, boba, beef stew noodle, and pineapple cakes. 63 more words