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Minus the dog meat, Wuhan is delicious

Minus the dog meat, Wuhan is delicious

CrikeyNov 29, 2012

It’s such a cliché to say a city is “sprawling”, but sometimes, it’s the only word. And when it comes to Wuhan, China, home of 10 million people and a whole lot of smog, sprawling seems appropriate, says Alexandra Patrikios.

The top five Asian dishes for tourists to try

The top five Asian dishes for tourists to try

CrikeyMay 23, 20122 Comments

Bite. Chew. Swallow. It is easier said than done. Particularly when faced with a deep fried tarantula the size of your hand or an embryonic egg, sevens weeks in the making. Travelling through Asia can challenge many of your attributes but none more acutely than your tastebuds and, perhaps, gag reflex. If you’re game, start chewing through this list and see where you end up.

Dios mio, these tacos are worth a trip to New York

Dios mio, these tacos are worth a trip to New York

Caroline RegidorDec 11, 2011

Today I learned how to cook the tasty dish, Pescado a la Veracruzana, at my favourite Mexican restaurant. That was at midday. It’s nearly midnight in New York and I’m still on a high. Sustaining this level of ecstasy usually costs a lot more than what I paid for lunch.

How to rock 'n' roll like a true HKer (part 1)

How to rock 'n' roll like a true HKer (part 1)

CrikeyMay 30, 2011

If you want to rock 'n' roll like a true Hong Konger, just sit back and listen. And when a Hong Konger talks about Hong Kong, food comes first.

What's green, high tech & full of taquerias? San Francisco!

What's green, high tech & full of taquerias? San Francisco!

Tammi JonasMay 25, 20112 Comments

Landing in San Francisco always makes me feel like I'm emerging from the Australian Stone Age as suddenly we are encompassed by a proliferation of high tech, and even more so as I wonder in slack-jawed awe at the hilly city's incredible green consciousness.

Markets, mandarins and figuring out the seasons: a (food) tour of Europe

Markets, mandarins and figuring out the seasons: a (food) tour of Europe

CrikeyApr 1, 20112 Comments

Jean McBain writes: Andrew and I decided to spend our first year of married life travelling in Europe. Something