Food pleasures

Celebratory burger in Anchorage

Celebratory burger in Anchorage

 

Anchorage.
Frankly, if you are coming to Anchorage on some sort of a deal-breaker crazy-nut flying shenanigan just to say you have been to Alaska, ask a friend to slap you … Continue reading

Hard French nights…

Hard French nights…

Being poor in France does not equal to dinner of nuggets and coke ;)
 

 
Chorizo a la ‘arroz al horno’

Chorizo a la ‘arroz al horno’

Continuing the chorizo theme, lets take a moment to admire some fine specimens of the fresh variety…
 

These sausages need to be cooked and end up with a much softer texture … Continue reading

Chorizo, spinach and green beans pasta

Chorizo, spinach and green beans pasta

 

One of the benefits of being in Spain is in having constant, wide varied and uninterrupted access to¬† that delicious thing called chorizo. Porky goodness accompanied by the mouth tingling … Continue reading

 
I found my Spain

I found my Spain

Tapas are not just a tourism gimmick, they are a real, delicious part of Spanish life. In the big cities they are everywhere, especially in the evenings when they decorate … Continue reading

Pizza in our frontier house in Sliven

Pizza in our frontier house in Sliven

“Livin’ in Slivin” was fun. The city will hardly make it to a tourist brochure handed to visitors to this country, but we are not one of those. We are … Continue reading

 
Mr.Tyagi’s ginger tea – Indian style

Mr.Tyagi’s ginger tea – Indian style

 

I am a coffee addict through and through. Coffee and garlic are the main ingredients of that which runs through my veins. But with age, along with my views and … Continue reading

Namaste, Delhi

Namaste, Delhi

Airplanes suck, airports suck and we are finally in India.
Flying has to be the worst way to travel and if it was not fast, it will be out of business … Continue reading

 
How I lost my mind for ramen (Part 2)

How I lost my mind for ramen (Part 2)

More ramen, ramen…more! Slurp them, slurp them, here they are…
Daydreaming about ramen, I followed my family to Hiroshima and further, only managing to scramble a few bowls of department store … Continue reading

How I lost my mind for ramen (Part 1)

How I lost my mind for ramen (Part 1)

This saga starts quite simple actually, as most addictions do I suppose.
I read somewhere about a ramen noodle alley in Kyoto Station and figured it will be a good place … Continue reading