About Lara Dunston

A travel and food writer who has experienced over 70 countries and written for Australian Gourmet Traveller, Feast, Delicious, The Guardian, National Geographic Traveller, Wanderlust, Get Lost, Travel+Leisure Asia, DestinAsian, The Independent, The Telegraph, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, AFAR, Four Seasons Magazine, Fah Thai, Sawasdee, and more, as well as authored some 40 guidebooks for Lonely Planet, DK, Footprint, Rough Guides, Thomas Cook, and AA Guides.

Sour Beef Soup with Morning Glory Recipe for Samlor Machou Kroeung Sach Ko

2020-04-07T13:22:14+07:00By |

This Cambodian sour beef soup with morning glory recipe makes a wonderful green vegetable-driven broth called samlor machou kroeung sach ko in Khmer. It’s super-easy to make and if you’re not a fan of tang you can easily adjust the seasonings to suit your taste. Soups are comforting and we all need some comfort right ...

How to Help Save Your Favourite Restaurants and Cafes During the Coronavirus Pandemic

2020-04-05T16:40:37+07:00By |

Here are some ideas as to how to help save your favourite restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic from ordering home delivery and takeaway meals to buying gift vouchers, purchasing restaurant cookbooks, and making donations to support chef-led initiatives to feed the hungry and less fortunate. For food-lovers privileged to be able to afford the luxury ...

Best Cambodian Barbecue Recipes From Smoky Skewers to Sizzling Grills

2020-03-28T18:06:57+07:00By |

Our best Cambodian barbecue recipes include everything from smoky marinated beef skewers and succulent grilled chicken to mouth-watering ribs galore, from grilled pork ribs to aromatic pork spare ribs with star anise. Forget the toilet paper, stock the fridge with cold beer and let’s get the barbie going. This post is to introduce a new ...

A Staycation Guide to Saving the World – Why You Need to Be a Tourist At Home

2020-03-10T16:25:31+07:00By |

Our staycation guide to saving the world – specifically, the world’s tourism and hospitality industries – is a call to bring back the staycation, a stay at home vacation or holiday in your own town, city, state, region, or country to support the world’s tourism and hospitality industries being impacted by the novel coronavirus. The ...

Best Bangkok Street Food Tours for Thai Food Lovers and Street Food Fans

2020-03-05T21:11:08+07:00By |

The best Bangkok street food tours offer immersive experiences with expert culinary guides with a deep knowledge of Thai cuisine, dishes, ingredients, and Thailand’s culinary history and culture. They give you a taste of a place while connecting you to the people who cook and eat Thai food. We’ve long encouraged you to sign up ...

Driving from Albany to Ravensthorpe Western Australia for Whales and White Sand Beaches

2020-03-11T21:43:47+07:00By |

Driving from Albany to Ravensthorpe Western Australia takes you along a dramatic coastline punctuated by rugged peninsulas and rocky points secreting peaceful coves and white sand beaches, speckled with sleeping kangaroos. Pristine national parks, wildflower spotting, bushwalking, whale-watching, and plenty of food and wine to sate you. Pack binoculars, fishing rods and a picnic basket! ...

15 Delicious Siem Reap Dishes You Must Try in Cambodia’s Culinary Capital

2020-02-26T20:43:19+07:00By |

Siem Reap dishes you must try in Cambodia's culinary capital include everything from Cambodia’s quintessential noodle dish nom banh chok at Pachok, a traditional kuy teav soup at Chep Por's, a beautiful Cambodian fish ceviche at Lum Orng farm to table restaurant, and a sublime Kampot scallop seaweed salad at Mie Cafe. Siem Reap is ...

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