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ADD A LITTLE THAI SPICE TO YOUR LIFE
Submitted by Anonymous on 2011-02-05 22:56:10 (via bangkokthaicookingacademy.com)
About fun,excitement, and learning when first taking a cooking class in exotic Bangkok. Learning how to make curry pastes, coconut milk, sticky rice, using woks and traditional Thai cooking utensils. Visiting an authentic Thai produce & seafood market and learning about Thai herbs and vegetables. And last--eating what you created.
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Pay-what-you-want dining: Priceless By mia stainsby, VANCOUVER SUNMay 1
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-21 00:57:39 (via www.vancouversun.com)
A new tour company in Whistler, BC is offering their tour at an unbeatable price: whatever you want!
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Indian Sweets Marzipan Style
Submitted by satish1580 on 2009-05-21 07:03:58 (via culinary-achievers.blogspot.com)
Ita a unique article which puts light on how traditional Indian sweets have been changing over the past decade and are going very close to the European packed desserts and chocolates.Chef Syed Abdul Attique is a professional Indian confectioner who is the faculty at Culinary Academy of India.   More...
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For a taste of Mexico, explore its kitchens
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-05-20 17:20:10 (via www.chron.com)
A wonderful article on Mexican Home Cooking as I finish up my second visit. Tlaxcala is still a wonderful, clean, peaceful, healthful and safe getaway as Mexico returns as everyones favorte vacation spot.
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A Chocolate Adventure From Bean to Bar
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-24 06:42:01 (via www.chocolateatlas.com)
The famous chocolate factory and the chocolate museum in Cologne greats tourists with the fragrance of chocolate when they walk through the door. Martin, the marketing manager of the factory, describes chocolate as a “luxurious” beverage that leaves one “in a nice mood,” as opposed to coffee which he says is a “violent way to begin the day.”   More...
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One Man, One Year, One Thousand Bars
Submitted by Amber on 2007-05-08 08:08:04 (via www.forbes.com)
“Drinking a thousand drinks in one bar over the course of a year is a piece of cake; lots of people do that. Having a drink in a thousand different bars is something different altogether. It would require planning and discipline.” This is really incredible!   More...
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Blinded By Love
Submitted by christine on 2007-05-02 06:33:55 (via www.thousandbars.blogspot.com)
The author of this article is a truly beer lover and expert. He can smack the different tastes of beer and make the difference among all the sorts of beer offered, let them be bottled or non- bottled. It’s indeed amazing to have these qualities. Just the qualities of a super barman!   More...
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Bologna: Foodie Town
Submitted by christine on 2007-04-27 10:19:32 (via www.slowtrav.com)
"Fred Plotkin, author of Italy for the Gourmet Traveler, says that Bologna is a food-lover's paradise. We did eat very well in Bologna. The Italians have a genius for that perfect mixing and counter play of flavors”. I totally agree with the authors:).
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Mate – The Magic Tea
Submitted by christine on 2007-04-05 11:23:40 (via www.gonomad.com)
“Mate is the most popular hot drink of Argentina and in particular, Buenos Aires. In this city of people that never sleep, Mate gives the Argentineans extraordinary energy. As one man here told me, “how else do you think people stay out all night dancing and barely sleep? It’s Mate.” Magic beverage, magic effect!   More...
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Chinatown, Singapore
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-23 08:22:32 (via www.thetravelyear.com)
Singaporean people love good food, so good food is everywhere. Chinese, Indian, Malaysian food is sold at the every corner and most of the dishes cost far above 3 bugs. Desserts are also so delicious that even without being hungry you keep thinking about them.
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