So in the Outback I eat croc, croc eggs, long necked turtle, cane toads, termite nests and just about everything else you would imagine a guy like me could find in the NT of Oz-tralia.
But one little tale paints the whole picture, more so than the Mindil Beach Market, the Toad mustering, the amazing meal that Ungun and her friends made me on the shores of the billabong, more than the amazing Steve Sunk, the Walkabout Chef, more than Sean and I driving across The Track …
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Korea … torn between the tug of modernity and the tidal pull of their own traditionalism. Royal palaces and tombs still dot the city, traditional cultural performances and festivals are everywhere. And so are the Apple stores. Korea is a mind blower. Like Tokyo, Seoul is one of the most hoppin’ happenin’ cities in the world and without a doubt the most underrated food city in the world. Paris, Tokyo, NYC, San Fran, Sydney … they get all the publicity, but Seoul is the real deal, too. Koreans love to eat and despite the OVERWHELMING dearth of restaurants serving anything other than Korean fare, you will never tire of the cuisine in Seoul because Korean food is so diverse it makes Dolly Parton’s closet seem mundane by comparison. Continue reading: Head to Seoul! »
Anyone looking for a once in a lifetime experience would be well advised to make a run out to the Ngorogoro Crater National Park in Tanzania. We hit the road a few months back to make one of the last episodes of Bizarre Foods and my expectations were high to begin with, but our Tanzania sojourn far exceeded my wildest dreams. Continue reading: Tanzania »