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Best Cooking Classes in the World, Tried and Tested

Best Cooking Classes in the World, Tried and Tested

Learning to cook a dish from one of Asia’s best restaurants, mastering the art of making macarons in Paris, and cooking with a Countess in Venice are just a few of our picks of the best cooking classes in the world. I’ve long said that discovering...
Want to be a better home cook? Work in a real kitchen

Want to be a better home cook? Work in a real kitchen

Watching the chefs from Noma work at Nahm in Bangkok over a couple of days recently, reminded me how my professional kitchen experience completely changed the way I cook. Even if you’re a keen home cook who has no intention of going on a reality...
Footpath Feasting: Cambodian Street Food in Siem Reap

Footpath Feasting: Cambodian Street Food in Siem Reap

Cambodian street food was one of the highlights of the recent Water Festival in Cambodia’s Siem Reap. Food carts and food stalls lined the length of the riverside and filled the parks, while mobile vendors roamed the streets, stopping to set up shop wherever a hungry crowd gathered...
Some Things To Do In Siem Reap When It Rains

Some Things To Do In Siem Reap When It Rains

Things to do in Siem Reap when it rains? There are countless things to do. So why is it that so many travellers think the only thing to do is scramble temples? Markets, cafes, galleries, shops, museums, galleries, spas, bars, restaurants, and there’s even a circus. Rain can ruin...
Our Bite Sized Barcelona and Catalunya Culinary Guide

Our Bite Sized Barcelona and Catalunya Culinary Guide

Beautiful Barcelona broke our hearts and tantalized our taste buds on our first trip back in four years. These are some of the most delectable experiences from our ten days in Catalunya. Consider it our bite sized Barcelona and Catalunya culinary guide. Our recent Barcelona sojourn was so enjoyable,...