Our friend Lance in Los Angeles basically knows more about pizza than anybody we’ve ever met. As a matter of fact, he is a respected writer for the seminal pizza blog Slice — the first and last word in pizza on the net — where they do things like fly Lance to New York and […]
There’s nothing like cooking at home with friends. Even if the home is rented through airbnb and the friends are brand new. The feeling of making your own food and sharing it around your own table and laughing is one of the best in the world.
When the road is your home, the restaurants of the world end up being your kitchen. Eating only in restaurants actually grows quite tiresome after a while. On our first night in Bilbao, we arrived late and the owner of the apartment we were renting pointed us to a neighborhood joint that he loves. At […]
We thought we knew India — until we traveled south to Kerala. Kerala is a land that seems almost more like Southeast Asia than the India of our imaginations. The region is tropical, one hundred percent of the people there have at least a high school degree, and the region retains a strong colonial influence. While […]
Never have we witnessed more love and attention put into a single cup of coffee. Twenty-five years ago, Ishihara transformed his home into a small coffee shop on an unassuming block far off the beaten path in Kyoto. His clientele is almost one-hundred percent regulars. Six days a week, he makes between fifty and sixty […]
By popular demand, we offer this brief post about some of the awesome and unusual food we’ve sampled on our journey so far. The most exotic prize goes to GUINEA PIG, a favorite dish in Peru, which Mark felt compelled to order for his main course on his birthday in August. Though we don’t have […]