Prawns in Australia, still tasty at the Sydney Seafood School

Wine and seafood at Sydney Seafood School

There are three essential things to a good trip away anywhere in the world: a place to stay, food, and people. If you’re visiting Australia you’ll likely start in Sydney. Once you’ve sorted yourself out some sweet Sydney accommodation you’ll want to find somewhere good to eat. For an insight to Sydney culture and its culinary fame [...]

Making Gado Gado on the streets of Bali


You’ll need no nonsense guts, a taste for the spicy, to forget meat and three veg, and about a dollar in your pocket. What’s Gado Gado? Watch and learn….  

How to make a Spanish tortilla the way the Spanish do


(Quick answer: Excessive amounts of salt and olive oil. Short answer: read below) A Spanish tortilla (tortilla de patatas) has nothing to do with the Mexican flour/corn variety. Spanish tortillas are made from potatoes, onions and eggs. It is, in other words, an omelette. To make the tortilla authentic you will need to use a [...]

Overland from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

Snatch thief!

We take an overland train from Singapore to KL – takes about five hours and costs SGD$34 (US$27) if you purchase the tickets at the train station. A lot cheaper if you pre-purchase them online, try The Man in Seat Sixty-One website for some great deals. Kuala Lumpur appears on the smoggy horizon past miles [...]

Culinary delights to tickle all your fancies

Spain's famous crowd pleaser, the paella tipica from Valencia

By Keri Algar Oh man we just LOVE it! I’ll take oysters and champagne or beer and two minute noodles with equal pleasure. Give me five stars or Maccas it’s (almost) all the same to me. But joy of all joys is cooking for friends and family with plenty of booze in the mix. It’s [...]

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