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Posts Tagged "Seafood"

Seaside Sydney

Living in Brisbane, a steamy subtropical city 900 kilometres North of Sydney, makes coming home to the coast all the more alluring. Instead of over an hour’s drive to catch a wave it’s a short distance downhill from my parents home to the ocean. Quickly reminding me how much that proximity can change your whole […]


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Seafood gazing at Jimbaran Bay

First stop in Bali – we needed a place close to the airport for our midnight arrival, preferably near the beach and preferably cheap. Come on down Jimbaran Bay! The biggest attraction for us being that the area boasts the best seafood in Bali. While Andres slept off his recent lengthy night shifts I took an early morning […]


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Savouring Australia’s incredible seafood

Considering Australia is a huge island and most of the population live along the coastline, it’s easy to understand how heavily seafood features as part of our cuisine. So after being away for such a long time, and breaking fifteen years as a vegetarian eating fish in Latin America, a feast was in order. A […]


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One place to eat before you die

If you only have a couple of days in Bangkok you have to save some stomach space for a hearty seafood meal in Chinatown. Not that we’re advocating shark fin consumption, but we want to point you in the direction of a place that encompasses the energy of the city, while dishing up incredibly tasty […]


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Scoffing our way through the fresh seafood of Kep

We’ve been spending our last days in Cambodia on the South Eastern coastline of Kep, where it’s all about the local seafood, especially the crab cooked in every imaginable combination of peppercorns, chilli, lemongrass and garlic. The area is also renowned for it’s pepper farms and glimpses of it’s French colonial past. The only French […]


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How to make Cambodian Fish Amok

Cambodian cuisine is not as hot and spicy as neighbouring countries like Thailand and Vietnam, instead the focus is on fresh layers of flavour from herbs. Fish Amok is a dish that grabs it’s taste from the leaf of an abundantly grown Amok tree. In Khmer food the leafy tang of the Amok makes this […]


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