Traditional Dishes of Valencia: Paella...

29th Apr, 2015

My muscles hurt. This is only slightly unexpected. I have been known, on occasion, to go for a run, even if it might be in pursuit of an ice cream…

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The Return to Taverna Buonvicino

17th Mar, 2015

Many, many months ago, before life and travel got in the way, I had started to tell you all about our favorite restaurant in Amalfi: Taverna Buonvicino. I wrote about…

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Au Pied De Cochon and The $900 Bottle of...

6th Mar, 2015

The past few weeks have felt like a confessional on the blog – a time to tell stories untold, to cast light on the dark corners of my memory. A…

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The Cock Inn, St. Albans, England

20th Jan, 2015

St. Albans is incredibly charming, and it’s a very short train ride from London, and there are plenty of other reasons to visit. All of them, however, are being crowded…

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Dans Le Noir Restaurant, London

15th Jan, 2015

  “I can’t figure out what this is.” “It’s … slimy.” “I can’t cut anything.” “Cut? I’ve just been using my hands.” “Speaking of hands, Geraldine, keep yours to yourself.”…

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Romdeng Restaurant, Phnom Penh, Cambodia...

18th Sep, 2014

Spoiler: We eat spiders. If you do not want to see photos of this, then you may want to read another post. (May I suggest this one? It’s about the best cupcakes…

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Taverna Buonvicino, Amalfi, Italy

3rd Jul, 2014

  It is very, very hard to find a good, reasonably priced meal in Amalfi. Most places we went to were subpar. They could afford to be – they’d have…

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Ristorante Max, Positano, Italy

25th Jun, 2014

  We should have learned from our experience back in Frigento that Google Maps could not be trusted in Southern Italy, but it was around the time we reached Positano…

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Trattoria Cumpa Cosimo, Ravello, Italy

16th Jun, 2014

Italian lunchtimes proved difficult for us. Jet lag meant we weren’t hungry until 3 pm or so, and by then, everything was closed. So we spent most afternoons wandering around…

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