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They are two travelers who are cooking and eating their way around the world. On this site, you will find stories of unique places , delicious foods , less than thrilling destinations , and sub-standard restaurants across the globe. Their wanderings inspire their home cooking so you will also find recipes like granola infused with Hawaiian flavors or earthy Tuscan pasta with porcinis.

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The taste of two years
The savor of the last two years lingers on our lips. We have eaten countless meals at street stalls, restaurants, cafes, cooking classes, and homes in 19 countries but no meal has been the same as any other. This post collects the most memorable tastes of our travels and we hope that you enjoy this (mostly) salivating journey through the world, as seen by our cameras and remembered by our stomachs.
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Sukhothai in sepia
Sukhothai Historical Park, a World Heritage Site located halfway between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, doesn't have the awe-inspiring grandeur of Angkor Wat or convenient proximity of Ayutthaya, but neither does it have the slew of tourists that visit both those sites. Instead, crumbling temples built in the 14th century rise out of the manicured lawns, blanketing the area in an aura of peace and serenity. To change things up, we used a sepia filter on these pictures which brings out the subdued red-gray tone of the bricks.
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Spiced chocolate + glacier hiking
I hate the cold. My toes despise being shut away in woolen socks and heavy shoes, I feel bulky and overstuffed in sweaters and scarves, and my always-cool hands freeze through the winter. But, I do love the holidays and the contrast of warm melting food with the cool crisp air.
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Picnic at the Presidio
It sounded too good to be true: good food and drinks, stunning views overlookign the Golden Gate Bridge, baby friendly, and completely free. But, Off the Grid's Picnic at the Presidio in San Francisco met all our expectations and more. In fact, it was one of the best foodie events we have been to this year.
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