Cooking the Romani Gypsy Way Is Better Than Fancy Modern Kitchens
I would give up all the modern equipment in a contemporary kitchen for a couple of green sticks, a good fire, and a brace of locally caught rabbits, or “sho shoi” as they are called in Romani.
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The Bacon-Obsessed Will Want to Make Smoky Love to This Dish
We know that bacon reached maximum cultural oversaturation. But it's time to forgive. Fall in love—or should we say <i>amor</i>—with bacon again.
The World's Most Aggressively Dutch Restaurant Is in Indonesia
I stumbled upon a Dutch-inspired restaurant chain in Indonesia where servers go by names like "Henk" and wear a uniform that includes clogs.
Why Aren't Scottish Teenagers Getting Drunk Anymore?
Scotland seems to have a thriving drinking culture, with its whisky, its pubs, and its booze-driven economy. So why are Scottish teenagers cutting back so heavily on their boozing?
Why I Hate Pizza
We talked to the only person that we could find who really hates pizza.
Tibetan Yak Butter Tea Is as Chunky as It Sounds
My job as a professional climber and photographer has taken me to some of the most remote regions in the world. When I was asked to join three of my heroes to traverse through Tibet's Changtang plateau, I drank yak butter tea as a sort of hazing...
Huang's World: Moscow, Part 2
Eddie learns what it was like to live under Soviet rule, shares tea with Kyrgyz immigrants, and begins to understand the complex issues that connect the Russian people
Huang's World: Moscow, Part 1
Eddie takes his first shot of Russian vodka, chows down on some "communist dogs" with one of the few black Muscovites, and discusses the country's diverse generation of Millennials.
Huang's World: Taiwan, Part 2
Eddie trips down to the Southern tip of the country to vibe with Taiwan's burgeoning surf culture. He parties on the beach, almost gets eaten by the ocean, and then kicks back with some kiwi before heading back to Taipei.
Global Food Poisoning in Italy
Bra is the sort of town where old women really do wear all black to signify their widowhood and where the stores are closed for three, sometimes four, hours every afternoon. I went there to study Piedmontese regional food culture but instead found a...
Stop the presses. “This just in: Weird shit eaten in Asia!” an editor cried, reacting to more coverage of fried-tarantula consumption coming over the wires.
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