Surprisingly Spicy Spain

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Article and Photos By Sharon Hudgins   “We use many spices in Spanish cooking,” said Gabriela Llamas, a noted cookbook author and cooking school owner in Madrid, as she prepared to teach a class on Spanish regional cuisines. “Remember that when Columbus discovered the New World, he wasn’t looking for a new world, he was looking for the Spice Route …

A Bajan Occasion

Bonney Barbados: A Travel Retrospective, 1996

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Story and Photos by Dave DeWitt “One bellyful don’ fatten de hog,” goes a proverb in Barbados, meaning that it takes bit of an effort to achieve anything worthwhile. That saying applies to finding true Bajan food if you’re staying at a resort or beach hotel, because they serve mostly American-style fare. So, to experience the wide range of fiery …

Jamaican Steel Drummers

Authentic Jamaican Jerk

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Story and Location Photos by Jessica McCurdy Crooks; Food Photo by Norman Johnson Recipes Jerk Rub/Seasoning Jerk Sauce Jamaican Jerk Pork For the Grill Jess’ Super Hot Jerk Chicken Vegetarian Jerk Tofu Driving along the winding roads of Jamaica, the tantalizing aromas of grilling chicken, pork and fish permeate the air.  Dotting the roadsides are makeshift cook shops and sheds, …

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Tasting the Heat in Oz

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By Dave DeWitt     We completely lost Friday on our trip to Sydney in 2000. Mary Jane and I took off from Los Angeles at ten o’clock Thursday night and, after crossing the International Date Line, arrived at the Sydney airport at 6 a.m. Saturday morning. Since we had been flying for nearly fifteen hours, I didn’t mourn the …

Chef Tony eating Bugs

Bugged Out In Thailand!

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I Can’t Believe I Ate the Whole Bug!And Other Culinary Adventures in Thailand By Paul Ross Recipes: Nam Jim Jeaw Sauce Kaow Soy Kai (Curry Noodle Soup with Chicken) Som Tam (Green Papaya Salad) Moo Pad King (Pork Fried with Ginger) Kaeng Khiao Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry) Phad Khi Mao Kung (Spicy Stir-Fried Prawns)  Proof that we talked the …