Camp Cooking 101

How many of us avoid cooking like the plague? Even in home kitchens, the number of people that would prefer prepackaged and instant foods or go out to eat regularly goes up. While chefs in recent years have become glorified, I feel like the once basic life skill of cooking has slowly diminished. I imagine … More Camp Cooking 101

Curanto – Chilean Edibles

The world over, cuisines have a traditional dish made for a celebration. A party, special occasion or simply just a gathering of friends and family is enough. Not all, but a few that strike my attention require the use of an earth oven. Using the most simple and primitive cooking instruments that have been around for millennia. The earth itself and of course … More Curanto – Chilean Edibles

48 Hours in Belfast

Capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is shrouded in recent history. Known for the birthplace of the Titanic, the world’s most famous ocean liner due to its demise and more recently ‘The Troubles’. A tragic series of conflicts taking place in the late 20th century. History that is not easily put into the past, it still … More 48 Hours in Belfast

11 Must Try Indonesian Foods

Indonesia’s archipelago country of 18,110 islands can be surprisingly diverse from place to place. While similarities exist between them, the cuisine runs by the same guidelines. Based on what is best locally, dishes may have the same name yet the flavours can differ greatly. I was jumping into Indonesian cuisine blindfolded with only an assumption that there must be similarities to its neighbouring countries. … More 11 Must Try Indonesian Foods