I wanted to do something special on my last day in Hong Kong. It was not just my last day in Hong Kong, but also the end of my long overland journey that had started all the way in Holland. However, after spending quite a bit of money on two expensive day trips, I was looking for an inexpensive way to celebrate. Thankfully, good food comes cheap in Hong Kong. Even in the form of Michelin-starred dim sum at Tim Ho Wan.Continue reading Holland to Hong Kong travel journal #18: Saying goodbye to Hong Kong with Cheap Michelin-starred food
When I researched the best places to visit in Hong Kong, I came across a bunch of lists with foods to try or restaurants to check out. Many of the recommendations fell into the street food category. I wrote a list, skipped breakfast and went on a DIY food tour. I love to eat street food when I travel. More often than not, it is made by someone who spends every single day making the same dish, perfecting it into a snack or a meal loved by both tourists and locals.Continue reading Holland to Hong Kong travel journal #15: Exploring Hong Kong cuisine with a DIY food tour
If I could name just one thing to convince you to visit Budapest, it would have to be the great food. There were far too many delicious looking dishes for my three day stay in the Hungarian capital. I seem to have tried sampling as many of them as I could, and returned home with a suitcase full of paprika. If you’re on a diet, a trip to Budapest in December could ruin it, but that’s a small price to pay for this culinary adventure.
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One of my favourite things about travelling is getting to know the local cuisine. I take pictures of nearly everything I eat abroad. I often try to replicate one or two dishes from a trip. Travelling has provided me with many great recipes of dishes that take me straight back to the place where I tried them for the first time.
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