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Posts Tagged "Traditional food"

Eating with gusto through Nishiki Ichiba Market

After so long in Latin America the beauty of Japan has been intimidating and strange; ultimately different and gorgeous in another sense. The detail of modern Japanese life, the ease of movement, the gentleness of the people and the abundance of options have left me both impressed and walking around with my mouth open in […]

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Photodump: The Mexican highlands of San Cristobal de las Casas

For my first stop in Mexico, San Cristobal de las Casas served up the traditional Latin goods; spicy street snacks, kick ass margaritas, traditional clothes, Zapatista political passion and a whole lot of riotous colour. I already know that 10 days in the Yucatan Peninsula is just a tease. I can`t even scratch the surface […]

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Arepa’s: lost in a beautiful buttery maize

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by food choices from the questionable streets of Colombia; especially by the dish often touted as the national one: La arepa. Quite simply it’s a cooked maize or corn flour patty, but it’s what people do to them that transforms the arepa into something addictive. They are served suffocated with […]

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