Our deep south road trip took us through Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Louisiana. These states are classically considered the deep south of the USA and the further south we got, the better our food experiences became. Southern style cooking is certainly something not to be missed and for this Aussie chef, it was a new and fascinated experience. I'm not … [Read more...]
Welcome my world food. Here you can jump to any of the countries I cover and get straight to the mouth watering articles. As we visit each country I write it up for its culinary expertise and experience. Whether its a Thai green curry or a Sri Lankan fruit you can find it here. Interested in chocolate covered bacon? Then look no further than the American section. There is something for everyone.
Take a look and if I haven't covered your favourite country or cuisine let me know. I'll add it to the list of places to visit. Which incidentally seems to be getting bigger not smaller as we hunt out more of the worlds interesting places in search of yet more world food. Hope you enjoy the ride.
Sri Lanka is famous as a fruit producing destination and you will certainly sample some amazing and delicious Sri Lankan fruits during your stay. Expect a selection of fruit on your hotel's buffet every morning, each perfectly ripe and sweet from the fertile soil, abundant water and tropical sun. Sri Lankan fruits are tropical, of course, and similar to those found in all other … [Read more...]
I rarely cook or eat tripe, but you can't spend long in Romania without trying traditional Romanian tripe soup, ciorba de burta. Every supermarket and butcher's shop in Romania has large quantites of wrinkled white tripe for sale, both fresh and frozen. You can tell our Romanian friends really enjoy cow's stomach and it is most commonly served in soup. You will find it on … [Read more...]
Dal bhat is the traditional Nepali food of locals and trekkers in the Himalayas. On both of our Himalayan treks, Annapurna Base Camp and Everest Region, we ate dal bhat most days, either for lunch or dinner. The dish consists of lentil soup (the dal), and boiled rice (the bhat), with varied side dishes which may include steamed vegetables, vegetable curry, popadoms, pickle and … [Read more...]
Pembrokeshire street food isn't in abundance. I found this out the hard way during our month exploring South and West Wales. The continued growth of pizzerias and chain restaurants along with the short supply of good chefs these days has limited the places that now sell decent quality Welsh food made with top notch local produce. I found possibly Pembrokeshire's best street … [Read more...]