Mango, Mango!

A fruit cart owner surviving on $4.50 a day in Nicaragua’s sprawling Mercado Oriental.
Remedy Cafe
Remedy Café in Edmonton, Canada, seemed like an informal language school as Indian and Pakistani food orders were increasingly yelled out.
That good old quiche recipe with whole-wheat flour and olive oil crust is a wild card for lunches at my place, always ending up with a happy tummy. We are fated to success: it’s quick to prepare, comes with a crunchy crust and creamy filling, is handy to serve (since it can be baked ahead, frozen, re-heated), and along with a bountiful...
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They call Angel León the "Chef of the Sea." It's almost not even hyperbole.
rarest pasta su filindeu
Never mind angel hair. The rarest pasta on earth is called su filindeu — "the threads of God."
You don’t truly know a country until you know its cuisine, and authentic Nordic Cuisine certainly isn’t something you’re likely to find back home
Some of the very best Spanish food I have tasted has been served to me in Galicia. They know how to cook up here, in so called green Spain. It rains often here. The upside to that is it means you will want to be indoors enjoying Galicia food. The best seafood soup I have eaten anywhere was prepared for...
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The wasabi plant is the diva of plants. It needs good sunlight, but it needs shade. It needs lots and lots of cold water, but not that cold.
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No words, no recipe, no instructions. Just watch and learn. And make sure you cook those intestines real good.
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"I call this place 'reinventing the homestead.' So we're trying to take the best of the traditional and add the new. It's a good thing, and I think it's a way of living that people may be yearning for."

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Warming up for São João festivities: squash compote made with quicklime

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In the city: A portrait tour of Manchester

I pour for hours over old photos and maps. Pictures of people in the street 20, 50, 100 years ago still seem alive somehow.

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