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A writer spends a day eating through her grandmother’s hometown - co-published with Slate as part of a global dispatch series
I feel like a spy on this nondescript rooftop decked with shadow puppets. Except that spies drink bourbon on the rocks, not Carlsberg draft.
Ale with Dried Longan in New Taipei City.
For a young journalist, a hotel breakfast is a sheepish, guilty pleasure: Kuy Teav at a Cambodian resort.
While my college and grad school friends returned to the house they grew up in, my “childhood” bedroom changed every summer, as did the food I ate.
On wine-fuelled rituals and being outdrunk by little old ladies.
A fear of the ocean and restricted coastlines once prevented people from heading to the beach, but a group of surfers are turning the tide on this subtropical island.