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Fill up with a bowl: 29 of our favorite vegetarian soup recipes

Fill up with a bowl: 29 of our favorite vegetarian soup recipes

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Spiced vegetable, potato green chile, bean and kale, tortilla and more — we’ve compiled 29 of our favorite vegetarian soup recipes, perfect for Meatless Monday or any day of the week.

noelle.carter@latimes.com

@noellecarter

The Cow Head Taco Philosopher King of Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Oaxaca is full of great street eats, including this delightful philosophizing taco vendor who makes tacos de cabeza (cow head tacos).

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Thrillable Hours: Lebawit Lily Girma, Author and Photographer

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

The next in my alternative careers for lawyers series: interview with guidebook author and photographer Lebawit Lily Girma.

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Roy Choi is opening a restaurant in Las Vegas, Coni'Seafood opens a location in Del Rey

Roy Choi is opening a restaurant in Las Vegas, Coni'Seafood opens a location in Del Rey

by Jenn Harris @ Food - Los Angeles Times

From pescado zarandeado on the Westside to chef Roy Choi opening in Las Vegas, here’s what’s happening in the food and drink world:

Choi goes to Vegas: Roy Choi, the man who started a food truck revolution with Kogi BBQ, and the chef behind the restaurants Pot and Commissary in Koreatown, Chego!,...

How to do the Cabot Trail in a Day

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

Everyone tells you that you should plan for 3 to 5 days on the Cabot Trail – a 185 mile drive around the tip of Cape Breton Nova Scotia passing along and through the scenic Cape Breton Highlands. Nova Scotia is beautiful, and most people vacation on the whole province of Nova Scotia, which means […]

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Chef Daniel Humm gives an exclusive first look at NoMad in downtown L.A., open Sunday

Chef Daniel Humm gives an exclusive first look at NoMad in downtown L.A., open Sunday

by Jenn Harris @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Chef Daniel Humm stares up at the intricate design of the gold and blue ceiling in the lobby of the new NoMad hotel in downtown Los Angeles. “I’ve been coming here for the past three years,” says Humm. “But every time I walk through, I think, ‘Wow, it’s ... beautiful.” The hotel, and the restaurants...

Our 10 favorite recipes of 2017

Our 10 favorite recipes of 2017

by Amy Scattergood @ Food - Los Angeles Times

The end of one year and the beginning of another means a time of lists and catalogs, of summations and predictions. Here in the Food section, this means a thankful tabulating of our favorite dishes, both on restaurant tables and in our kitchen. Every year, we publish hundreds of recipes in these...

Short Food Tour in Singapore

Short Food Tour in Singapore

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Have a walk together with me through Singapore I visited some of the Hawker food stalls and had awesome dishes like Chicken Rice and Chili Crab

Jonathan Gold's top 10 L.A. food trend predictions for 2018

Jonathan Gold's top 10 L.A. food trend predictions for 2018

by Jonathan Gold @ Food - Los Angeles Times

The restaurant critic considers what's on the plate this year.

Best Photos of 2016 & Plans for the Coming Year

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

11 of my best photos this year, as decided by readers.

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Tasmania’s Fierce Foodie Scene Is a Travel Must-Try

by Sarah Treleaven @ Fodors Travel Guide

Tasmanians have long worshipped sea and soil, but a new generation of restaurateurs are bringing local ingredients to the fore.

48 Hours in Memphis

by Alexis Korman @ Fodors Travel Guide

From barbecue to blues, here are our tips for packing the best of Memphis into two short, but rocking days.

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!


FoodNomad

Follow us on the Saigon Street Eats tour in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam! Get a glimpse of local life as you sample a range of dishes in a little neighbourhood that’s been serving cheap and cheerful street food for nearly 30 years.

Comfort food alert: 9 of our favorite fried chicken recipes

Comfort food alert: 9 of our favorite fried chicken recipes

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Does it get any better than fried chicken? Sometimes not. Which is why we’ve compiled nine of our favorite recipes, from buttermilk to pan-fried, Korean and more.

noelle.carter@latimes.com

@noellecarter

Street Food 101 - an evening introduction to street food - Saigon Food Tours

Street Food 101 - an evening introduction to street food - Saigon Food Tours


Saigon Food Tours

Saigon Street Eats' Street Food 101 evening tour is a fun and very tasty introduction to Ho Chi Minh City's best street food.

Should You Go Here: The Museum of Toilets

by Audrey Farnsworth @ Fodors Travel Guide

Hello, and welcome back to the column where I advise you whether or not to go somewhere.

7 great waffle recipes to get your morning going

7 great waffle recipes to get your morning going

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Start your morning off right with one of our favorite waffle recipes. We’ve compiled several great variations, from buckwheat to cornmeal, sour cream and yeast-risen options too.

noelle.carter@latimes.com

@noellecarter

My top 5 vietnamese food items!

My top 5 vietnamese food items!

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

I made a roundup of my favorite top 5 food items in Vietnam.

Early Man (2018 Movie) Official Final Trailer - Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams

Early Man (2018 Movie) Official Final Trailer - Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams

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Early Man – In Theaters February 16, 2018. Featuring a voice cast including Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams, and Timothy Spall. Directed by Nick Park.#EarlyManhttp://www.EarlyMan.moviehttps://www.facebook.com/EarlyManUS/https://twitter.com/EarlyManUS/https://www.instagram.com/EarlyManUSSet at the dawn of time, when dinosaurs and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, EARLY…

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Walk the Camino de Santiago Solo

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

I laced up my shoes, put on my pack and let the weight sink into my hips.  Am I ready? Am I up for this? I asked the man at the front desk which direction to get to the Camino de Santiago trail in Pamplona. He got out a map and showed me how to […]

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Saigon Street Eat - Authentic Vietnamese Street Food in Sacramento

Saigon Street Eat - Authentic Vietnamese Street Food in Sacramento


Saigon Street Eat

Saigon Street Eat - authentic Vietnamese street foods of Saigon, like Pho, Banh Mi, Rice Paper Rolls & more. Wine & beer selection. Vegetarian-friendly.

Best Places for North Americans to Travel in Winter

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

I visited my parents in South Dakota this holiday and was reminded of how harsh the Great Planes can be in the winter. As the whole US seems to be in a deep freeze right now it’s only natural to look out that frosted up window and dream of the warm sun hitting your face […]

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100 DAYS FOOD & TRAVEL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

100 DAYS FOOD & TRAVEL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Today is DAY 100 of my travel journey in Southeast Asia. This video will show you most of my adventures and of course a lot of food!

Is the World’s Weirdest Art Gallery in Tasmania?

by Lisa Jackson @ Fodors Travel Guide

Watch a machine process food and poop, experience being “euthanized,” witness a living, breathing man-as-art display, all brought to you by the mad genius who parks in a space reserved for “God.”

Thrillable Hours: Matt Levine, Financial Journalist

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

The next in my alternative careers for lawyers series: interview with financial journalist Matt Levine, now writing for Bloomberg View.

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8 California Secrets You Need to Discover

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

You know how in the Wizard of Oz when Dorthy gets to Oz and there’s a lot of smoke and mirrors. She is temporarily enthralled with it – but soon she wants to find out what’s behind the smoke…and literally what’s behind the curtain. Her curiosity leads her to the almighty Oz, a man who […]

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Insider’s Guide to Ho Chi Minh City’s Street Food

Insider’s Guide to Ho Chi Minh City’s Street Food


Fodors Travel Guide

Navigate the chaotic street food scene of Ho Chi Minh City like a pro with our quick guide to no-fuss eating in this bustling Vietnamese metropolis.

February 2017 Credit Card Bonuses to Earn Free Travel

by noreply@blogger.com (Liz) @ The Gross Travel Chronicles

Hi Folks!

I'm taking a break from my (long overdue) trip reports to provide some links to great credit card sign up bonuses.

100% honesty: If you use these links, the Grosses will be getting some sort of points bonus in return for your signup. What that means, however, is that we hold each of these cards (we even pay the annual fee on one), and have gotten good value out of it. In 2016 we took 2 business class flights and 4 economy flights (all international) and stayed used over three weeks of free hotel nights, in part because of these cards. If you're looking to pick some up, peruse these links.

Fantastic Sign Up Bonuses


Chase Sapphire Preferred (Visa)
This is a card you should get sooner rather than later if you're looking to earn points and miles. The signup bonus is 50,000 Chase Ultimate Reward points after spending $4,000 in three months. Add an authorized user, get an extra 5,000 points. You'll also earn two points per dollar on travel and dining. If you eat out and or travel a lot, you'll probably have at least 60,000 points when your sign up bonus hits. I like to transfer my Ultimate Reward points to United Mileage Plus (here's their frequent flyer award chart) or Hyatt, where I can often get great hotel rooms for 8,000-12,000 points per night. You can also use these points to book travel through the Ultimate Rewards portal. Aaron and I love this card, and will continue to pay the annual fee each year. For new applicants, the fee is waived the first year, so you could always choose to cancel the card or downgrade to a no annual fee Chase card after the first year if you don't want to pay the annual fee.

You will only be approved for this card if you have opened less than 5 new credit card accounts in the last 24 months. To check this, pull your credit report (you can do it for free on Credit Karma) and count the number of new credit card accounts over the last 24 months. Even if a card is closed, or if it's an authorized use of someone else's card, it will count in Chase's 5/24 formula. Less than 5 accounts? Great! Go for this card right now and you'll have enough points to transfer to United for a round-trip flight to Europe from the US!

If you're still under 5/24, it would be smart to also get the United Mileage Plus Explorer card while it has a 50,000 mile bonus.  You can combine that bonus with the Chase Sapphire Preferred bonus to have even more miles! I don't hold this card anymore, so I don't have a referral link. Google it and you'll find it. Another good bonus (and card benefits) is available for the Chase Sapphire Reserve (the bonus is double if you apply at a Chase Bank branch before March 12), but make sure you understand the annual fee, which is not waived the first year.

Starwood Preferred Guest (American Express)
For a limited time, there is an increased sign-up bonus on this card: 25,000 SPG points after you spend $3,000 in three months, and another 10,000 SPG points when you spend an additional $2,000 within the first six months. SPG points are great because they're incredibly versatile. Of course, you can use them to book SPG hotels (e.g., Westin, Sheraton) at just a few thousand points per night. Or, you can transfer them to Marriott at a rate or 1:3, making this 35,000 point signup bonus worth 105,000 Marriott points. Or, you can transfer the points to Delta, American, or many other airlines, and get an extra 5,000 points for every 20,000 points transferred. So, the 40,000+ points you'll have after meeting the minimum spend will be worth 50,000 airline miles. (Note: SPG points do not transfer to United.) The annual fee on this card is waived the first year.

I love SPG points because they're so flexible. I'd definitely recommend signing up for the personal card while the bonus is high. If you also happen to have a business (even as a sole proprietor with small side income), you can also sign up for the SPG business card from Amex, which has a slightly higher minimum spend to receive the same bonus.

Low Minimum Spend Requirements


Hilton Honors Card (American Express)
If you're not able to spend $3,000-$4,000 in three months but want to dip your toes into points/miles, consider this card. The minimum spend is $1,000 within three months, and the signup bonus is 75,000 Hilton points. There is no annual fee on this card, ever. 75,000 points should get you a couple nights at a full-service Hilton in mid-size cities (I paid 30,000-40,000 per night in Germany) or up to seven nights at limited service properties in small towns off the interstate, say....on a road trip. In April, Hilton is changing their award program so that family members can share accounts...making this a great card for both you and your significant other (or parents!) to get, so you can pool your points. Here's my link to sign up. We get bonus points if you use it before February 27.

Amex Everyday (American Express)
This is another low minimum spend, no annual fee card. Spend $1,000 in three months and get 15,000 Amex Membership Reward Points. This is another good flexible point currency - it can transfer to Delta, Aeroplan, Hilton, or many other travel partners. You can also redeem points for Amazon gift cards or for AirBNB. If you happen to have an American Express card that earns Membership Reward points that you're looking to cancel (say, because you don't get enough value to pay the annual fee), you can add this card to your wallet and keep your Membership Reward Points balance active. Here's my link to sign up.


Questions?


If you have questions about these cards, let me know. The least I can do is be helpful if you're nice enough to use my links!

Beers Around The World: UK [Video]

Beers Around The World: UK [Video]

by noreply@blogger.com (Liz) @ The Gross Travel Chronicles

While this is a blog about the our travels together, you generally only hear from me (Liz). I'm the writer. Aaron is the photographer (I hope you enjoy his photographs) and the videographer. His videos are mainly focused on beer, and are made for a small circle of friends—the nerds—that are really interested in the intricacies of beer around the world. He compiled all his videos he made on this trip (London, Cardiff, Bath, Yorkshire). If you're a beer nerd, you may find it interesting. It's 17 minutes of beer talk.



Report: LSU RB coach Tommie Robinson interviews for Browns assistant job

Report: LSU RB coach Tommie Robinson interviews for Browns assistant job

by BY ROSS DELLENGER | rdellenger@theadvocate.com @ whatsuppub.com - RSS Results

Tommie Robinson, who just completed his first season as LSU's running backs coach and recruiting coordinator, interviewed for a similar job with the Cleveland Browns, the NFL Network reported Friday.

10 Best Anaheim Hotels Near Disneyland

by Holly @ Four Around The World

If you are planning a Disneyland holiday anytime soon, or simply wanting to stay right where the action is in Anaheim, you will be spoilt for choice with the huge range of accommodation available, to suit every budget! We have put together a list of the 10 best Anaheim hotels near Disneyland to help you...

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Malacca - Unesco World Heritage in Malaysia

Malacca - Unesco World Heritage in Malaysia

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

A Sunday afternoon, perfect timing for some strolling through Jonker Street in Malacca. A mixed city with a lot of old influences from the Portugees, English and Dutch. I made a short video about my walk through Jonker Street and past all the food stalls. 

Happy Holidays and Bucket Lists

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

I was working late one night and had a surprising email from a potential client come across my screen.  It talked about a possible opportunity to work on a travel project with a theme of’ ‘Firsts’.  They asked me to provide my list of ‘firsts’ (bucket list items) I wanted to do – and encouraged […]

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20 of our favorite muffin recipes perfect for breakfast, snacks and more

20 of our favorite muffin recipes perfect for breakfast, snacks and more

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Whether you’re looking for a simple breakfast, snack or a quick meal on the go, muffins are an easy option. We’ve put together 20 of our favorite recipes, from blueberry to coconut, apple to hominy — even throwing in great recipes for high-protein muffins and coffee-doughnut muffins to cover all...

Saigon Street Eats Tour - Four Around The World

Saigon Street Eats Tour - Four Around The World


Four Around The World

The Saigon Street Eats tour is a must when visiting Ho Chi Minh City, for your chance to sample some of the best Vietnamese street food in the area. 

Ranchero Mexican restaurant in Pasadena is closing after 49 years

Ranchero Mexican restaurant in Pasadena is closing after 49 years

by Jenn Harris @ Food - Los Angeles Times

From the closing of a neighborhood Mexican restaurant in Pasadena to the return of L.A.’s most prolific restaurateur, here’s what’s happening in the Los Angeles food and drink world:

End of an era: If you’ve lived in Pasadena at some point during the last 50 years, chances are you’ve had a meal...

Search for best Pad Thai!

Search for best Pad Thai!

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Second week in Thailand, in Chiang Mai. Searching for Pad Thai, at local street food places, restaurants and road restaurant.  

16 recipes for cookies, cake and other gluten-free desserts

16 recipes for cookies, cake and other gluten-free desserts

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

We've compiled 16 great recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth, from milk chocolate truffles to granola bars, carrot cake with ginger frosting and more, perfect for Gluten-free Wednesday.

noelle.carter@latimes.com

@noellecarter

The Complete Beginners Guide to Airbnb

by Holly @ Four Around The World

For frequent and the not so frequent travellers, Airbnb has completely altered the the playing field for finding the perfect accommodation to suit every type of trip! No longer are we limited to chain hotels or overpriced boutique stays! Airbnb brings home style accommodation all around the world and lets you truly live like a...

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Bread pudding, strudel, crepes and more recipes using quince, now in season

Bread pudding, strudel, crepes and more recipes using quince, now in season

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

What’s in season: With its rough, blocky shape, quince might look more like a Bizarro World-type pear than the picturesque fruit you might see in a Harry & David catalog. Taste it raw, and you’re likely to wonder how such a fruit — with its dry, wooden texture and tart, astringent flavor — was...

Thrillable Hours: Karen Walrond, Speaker, Photographer & Bestselling Author

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

New Thrillable Hours Q&A about life after law with Karen Walrond, a former lawyer. Now, Karen is a public speaker, photographer, and bestselling author.

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How to find the best streetfood in Hanoi?

How to find the best streetfood in Hanoi?

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Follow us on the street food tour in Hanoi and find the best places to try the Vietnamese food! In Hanoi the food is plentiful, it’s everywhere that you look and is an integral part of the livelihoods of many locals. 

Anaheim City Guide

by Holly @ Four Around The World

Anaheim is most famous as the home of Disneyland and for sporting popularity of the Mighty Ducks ice hockey team and the Angels baseball team. However Anaheim has so much to offer beyond these huge drawcards! Anaheim is easily one of my favourite places in the USA that we have visited so far, being a...

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Lasagne, not lasagna: Why a pan of béchamel lasagne is just the kind of comfort food you may need

Lasagne, not lasagna: Why a pan of béchamel lasagne is just the kind of comfort food you may need

by Evan Kleiman @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Lasagna can be a heavy cheese bomb. The comfort casserole dish of noodles layered with a tomato-based meat sauce, mozzarella, ricotta and liberal doses of Parmesan is a rich dish that takes time to make. It requires long-cooked meat sauce and, if you are ambitious, handmade pasta. It is good. And...

Jonathan Gold tried the level-six-spicy ramen at Killer Noodle. It comes with water, towels and an endorphin high

Jonathan Gold tried the level-six-spicy ramen at Killer Noodle. It comes with water, towels and an endorphin high

by Jonathan Gold @ Food - Los Angeles Times

“Our restaurant aims for painful, delicious and spicy,” reads a sign on each table at the new Killer Noodle on Sawtelle Boulevard. “Customers with sensitivity to spice should check with server before ordering. First-time visitors should refrain from ordering levels 5 and 6. Please take care of...

How to Start a Travel Blog

by Holly @ Four Around The World

Blogging has become one of the most popular ways to document and share travel adventures. For some, it’s simply about being able to create a visual journey of travel experiences. However, for many others, travel blogging has become a source of income and potentially even a career! But before you jump in and fork out...

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Tom Bergin's Irish pub is not closing. It's just reducing its hours and closing its kitchen

Tom Bergin's Irish pub is not closing. It's just reducing its hours and closing its kitchen

by Jenn Harris @ Food - Los Angeles Times

On Sunday, Tom Bergin’s Public House, the famed Irish pub on Fairfax Avenue, will reduce its bar hours and close its kitchen, according to the pub’s owner Derek Schreck.

In the years since Tom Bergin’s opened in 1936, the pub has become a local landmark, known most for its ceiling covered in cardboard...

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Follow us on the Saigon Street Eats tour in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam! Get a glimpse of local life as you sample a range of dishes in a little neighbourhood that’s been serving cheap and cheerful street food for nearly 30 years.

Ubud – Green and healthy food hotspot

Ubud – Green and healthy food hotspot

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Ubud is well-known a for spirituality, yoga, art, rice fields and vegan food!

2018 CHEAT DAY BUCKETLIST: 5 places to ‘treat yo’self’

2018 CHEAT DAY BUCKETLIST: 5 places to ‘treat yo’self’


What's Up

In last week’s issue, What’s Up featured a winter vegetable salad recipe to help readers with their dietary New Year’s resolutions. But what about when it comes to cheat days?

Saigon Street Food Tour

Saigon Street Food Tour


Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

There’s no need to be intimidated by the street food in Saigon if you have a little help! My experience with Back of the Bike Saigon Street Food Tour.

SHITHOLE COUNTRIES

by keywestlou @ Key West Lou

“Shithole countries…..” Racist. Bigoted. Nordic. Aryan. Authoritarian today. Totalitarian tomorrow. Democracy being tested as never before. Finally! Got new eyeglasses yesterday. Took 2 months and 3 prescriptions. I can see! Everything distinct and visible. Street signs, buildings, etc. Colors vibrant. … Read More

Strategies to make 2018 your best wine year ever

Strategies to make 2018 your best wine year ever

by Patrick Comiskey @ Food - Los Angeles Times

It’s another year, another occasion to make this year your best year in wine. While the calamitous state of the world — fire, flood, mud, political tumult — may compel you to emphasize quantity rather than quality, it’s probably better to attend to what goes into the glass rather than how much....

How to make Pho Bo! Beef Noodle Soup

How to make Pho Bo! Beef Noodle Soup

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

In this video I will explain how to make to famous Pho Bo, Beef Noodle Soup! Watch the video and download the recipe

Pass the butter: 19 great recipes for biscuits, rolls and dinner breads

Pass the butter: 19 great recipes for biscuits, rolls and dinner breads

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Whether you’re craving biscuits, corn bread, pretzel rolls or monkey bread, we’ve got the carbs covered. We’ve collected 19 great recipes for biscuits, rolls and dinner bread. Just don’t forget the butter.

noelle.carter@latimes.com

@noellecarter

How WWI Helped Create France’s Most Notorious Serial Killer

by Paul Feinstein @ Fodors Travel Guide

Marcel Petiot was the worst serial killer in France’s history.

O-SHOT…..GIVES WOMEN BETTER ORGASMS

by keywestlou @ Key West Lou

Medical science’s greatest contribution to the male sex life has been Viagra. Women got cheated. Even with the advent of a female viagra which apparently was not that successful. Now comes the O-Shot. The Orgasm Shot. The claim is the … Read More

The Best of Saigon Street Food: What To Eat And Where to Find It

The Best of Saigon Street Food: What To Eat And Where to Find It


Legal Nomads

Eat your way through Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon's streets with this guide to the best dishes and where to find them. Bonus section on visas, taxis, and more!

DOTTIE CLIFFORD…..A FAMILIAR FACE

by keywestlou @ Key West Lou

One of the most thoughtful persons I have met in Key West is Dottie Clifford. We go back 20 years. We used to see each other often years ago. Less starting 10 years ago. The last time 5 years ago. … Read More

Where to eat in Ubud

Where to eat in Ubud

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Warung or Waroeng, what you like! That’s the question! A Warung is a small family-owned restaurant or food stall in Indonesia. Definitely a place to have dinner when you are in Indonesia.

Hello world!

by Susan Lee @ Saigon Street Eat

Welcome to Kriesi.at Theme Demos Sites. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Anthony Duruji

Anthony Duruji

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Anthony Duruji at the free throw line.

Cakes, salads, marinades and more great recipes for Meyer lemons, now in season

Cakes, salads, marinades and more great recipes for Meyer lemons, now in season

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

What’s in season: With their dark yellow-orange hue, smooth skin and floral aroma, Meyer lemons are one of the treats of late winter. Perhaps best known for their sweet flavor, the citrus are a sharp contrast from the jolt of acidity common in other lemon varieties. A cross between a lemon and...

10 Tips for Visiting Koh Samui With Kids

by Holly @ Four Around The World

Koh Samui makes for a perfect travel destination for the whole family regardless of your children’s age. Parents regularly bring their little ones on holiday to this island where everyone can relax and have fun. You can get one of your own Koh Samui rentals along the beach to enjoy privacy or book a five-star...

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Spinal Taps, a Burglary, and a Legal Nomads Hiatus

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Legal Nomads is on hold for the time being.

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Cooking Class in Hoi An

Cooking Class in Hoi An

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

A wonderful day, that starts in the gardens where we pick our fresh herbs, we continue to the local market for vegetables and noodles. 

The best Malaysian food in Kuala Lumpur?

The best Malaysian food in Kuala Lumpur?

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Follow us on the "Jalan Jalan Makan Experience" organized by BackHome Hostel in Kuala Lumpur. 

Treat Yourself to The Best Pizza in Oaxaca At La Matatena Pizzeria

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A profile of a new restaurant serving the best pizza in Oaxaca, with both gluten free and vegan pizzas in addition to regular thin crust, crunchy pies.

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9 great vegan dessert recipes to make on Meatless Monday

9 great vegan dessert recipes to make on Meatless Monday

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Carrot cake, cheesecake, Key lime pie, cookies and more! Treat yourself this Meatless Monday with one of our favorite dessert recipes — dishes so sweet you might never guess they’re vegan.

noelle.carter@latimes.com

@noellecarter

Jonathan Gold rides the waves of dim sum at Longo Seafood Restaurant in Rosemead

Jonathan Gold rides the waves of dim sum at Longo Seafood Restaurant in Rosemead

by Jonathan Gold @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Dim sum at its best is a total-immersion experience — the quest for a number, the long wait in the restaurant lobby and then the explosion into the dining room itself, likely to be the largest enclosed space you have stepped into that month — an ocean of voices that overwhelms you long before you...

Behind the Scenes of An Influencer or Blogger Campaign

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

I’m not a big fan of the term ‘influencer’, however I must admit, it does describe much of what I do. Over the past few years the term travel blogger has been taken over by the term travel influencer; honestly we do more than blog I suppose. My goal is always to inspire, or convince […]

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Providence has a new zero-waste cocktail program. Here's how to make the best drink on the menu

Providence has a new zero-waste cocktail program. Here's how to make the best drink on the menu

by Jenn Harris @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Sustainability and eliminating food waste are commitments that have provided the through line for much of the cuisine at Providence, chef Michael Cimarusti’s seafood-focused restaurant, since it opened more than a decade ago on Melrose Avenue. But lead bartender Kim Stodel is attempting to take...

Ho Chi Minh City Food Tours - Saigon Food Tours

Ho Chi Minh City Food Tours - Saigon Food Tours


Saigon Food Tours

Sample the world's best street food with a Saigon Street Eats food tour, run by an Australian-Vietnamese couple who are obsessed with Vietnamese food.

10 Things to do on the Gold Coast With Kids

by Holly @ Four Around The World

The Gold Coast is one of the hottest holiday hot spots in Queensland, bringing in all types of travellers to the beautiful golden beaches, the attractions and the laid back Aussie vibe! It’s also an incredible destination for a family holiday! Just over an hour from home for us, we visit the Gold Coast often...

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Why I Want to Go Back to Ireland & Bring You With Me

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

It was love at first sight. I pretty much fell in love with Ireland the moment I saw her. She seduced me with rolling, emerald, sheep-dotted hills and plains of gray-green stone. She stirred my wild side with reckless winds tearing across rocky cliffs, and underneath her incredible expanse of sky, she stole my heart. […]

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Sex, Lies, and Cobblestones: The Debaucherous Story Behind Malta’s Most Notorious Street

by Priscilla Totiyapungprasert @ Fodors Travel Guide

While the revelry may have quieted down, its reputation lives on. Valletta, the capital of Malta, has plenty to offer visitors in art, history, and high-brow entertainment. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and 2018 European Capital of Culture boasts theater performances, Baroque architecture, and relics from its military past. The fortified city is also home … Continued

"The Immigrant Cookbook: Recipes that Make America Great" celebrates the diversity in our kitchens

by Amy Scattergood @ Food - Los Angeles Times

The act of cooking a meal can bring so much more to the table than just, well, dinner. There’s the sustenance and comfort of that food, but what’s also built into the sauce or dropped into the pot is a sometimes invisible and highly complex ingredient list that can include tradition, community,...

Recipe of the Month: Gluten Free Banana Bread with Chocolate from Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A simple, easy recipe for gluten-free banana bread that is both moist and healthy! No butter -- just coconut oil and yoghurt, along with Oaxacan chocolate.

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How to Experience Cabot Cliffs Golf Course When You Don’t Golf

by Sherry @ Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

“What is a links course anyway?” I asked as we pulled into the swanky Cabot Links Lodge in the little town of Inverness in Cape Breton. I’m not a golfer, so I don’t follow golf, I know nothing about golf terms, and I never really understood the ‘draw’ to what motivates people to be excited […]

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Why You Should Climb 5,500 Steps In The Dark

by Sarah Harvey @ Fodors Travel Guide

Join the 20,000 pilgrims who climb 5,500 stairs to the summit of Sri Pada, or “Adam’s Peak”, the most sacred mountain in Sri Lanka.

When you're not surfing in Canggu

When you're not surfing in Canggu

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

After surfing, or maybe before, or even when you don't surf at all, there comes a moment you need some food when you're in Canggu. I listed a couple of my favorite warungs, places for breakfast and lunch and spots for dinner. 

Jonathan Gold finds coq au vin that tastes like a personal favor at Marché Moderne in Newport Beach

Jonathan Gold finds coq au vin that tastes like a personal favor at Marché Moderne in Newport Beach

by Jonathan Gold @ Food - Los Angeles Times

The original Marché Moderne may have been the perfect neighborhood restaurant, if you stretch the idea of “neighborhood” a bit: a sprawling French bistro reached by a short ride up the very swankest escalator in the toniest corner of South Coast Plaza. You could stop by after an afternoon of shopping...

Gluten-free Wednesday? We have 11 gluten-free pasta recipes to celebrate

Gluten-free Wednesday? We have 11 gluten-free pasta recipes to celebrate

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Trying to go gluten-free but miss your pasta fix? We can help. We’ve compiled 11 great recipes for rice, vegetable, buckwheat and other gluten-free noodle dishes just for you. Enjoy.

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Takeaway congee and Honour of Kings help Chinese men outspend women online

Takeaway congee and Honour of Kings help Chinese men outspend women online


South China Morning Post

Annual spending survey reveals that mainland Chinese males now outspend women online – thanks to geeks playing games on empty stomachs

Where to get cemitas, mole de olla and more on Whittier Boulevard

Where to get cemitas, mole de olla and more on Whittier Boulevard

by Javier Cabral @ Food - Los Angeles Times

You could call a section of Whittier Boulevard, on the Eastside of Los Angeles County, Puebla Row. In just a three-mile stretch of the street — which runs from Boyle Heights through East Los Angeles to Montebello, Pico Rivera, Whittier and La Habra — you’ll find some of the most regional, assertive...

The Legal Nomads Guide to Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A Puerto Escondido guide, including where to eat, the best spots to swim, where to stay, and how to get there and away from Oaxaca and elsewhere.

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Amazing spot - La Laguna, Canggu

Amazing spot - La Laguna, Canggu

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

LA LAGUNA, located in Jalan Pantai Kayu Putih, Berawa - Canggu. Great venue situated next to the laguna, with gypsy inspired surroundings and amazing atmosphere. 

28 of our favorite chowder, cioppino and seafood stew recipes

28 of our favorite chowder, cioppino and seafood stew recipes

by Noelle Carter @ Food - Los Angeles Times

Some nights don't get better than a simple but hearty bowl of soup or stew. We've compiled 28 of our favorite chowder, cioppino and fish stew recipes perfect for a chilly weeknight.

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Putting Montreal’s Place in Rock History Under the Spotlight

by Rebecca Baer @ Fodors Travel Guide

From John Lennon to Leonard Cohen to Arcade Fire, rock and pop music as we know it wouldn’t exist without Montreal, Quebec.

SLOPPY JOE’S 80th ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR

by keywestlou @ Key West Lou

Sloppy Joe’s. Infamous. A Key West tradition. Hemingway hang out. Proprietor Joe Russell began business at the Greene and Duval Street corner site 80 years ago on May 3, 1938. Russell a Key West icon in his own right. A … Read More

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