Seafood Paella

Tapas with Hang

I was lucky enough to spend my Christmas and New Years in Thailand this past year and even more lucky when Hang was able to fly down from Vietnam to join me for New Years in Bangkok.  We did not get to go on as many culinary adventures as we would have liked to, mostly…

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Breakfast at the KAfe

I got back to Hanoi after Bangkok to warm weather and a fresh breakfast date with my friend visiting from Ho Chi Minh city. It was a beautiful Sunday morning and I was driving slowly as what that hot guy Adam Levine from Maroon 5 told me to. Today we are heading to the KAfe.…

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Happy New Year!

Dear readers and friends of Eating off the MAP! Happy New Year of 2014 to each and every one of you! We are very thankful for your stopping by our little corner on the web and reading about our eating experience. It has been a first eventful year for the blog and this year resolution…

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How to cook a steak

First off I take no credit for this work, I am just sharing something from the internet.  I can’t even take credit for finding it as Hang sent it to me.  I will however take credit for the arduous task of  copying the link and pasting it here… WARNING:  There is a little course language…

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Dip, Dip, Dip, and nacho chips

I think it’s time I continue my series on airport food as this seems to be where I eat a good portion of my meals… You may remember my last airport food post consisting of really good looking French Toast in Australia, well this time I think I will go in the opposite direction with…

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Breakfast at Tashas

I think this post has actually been a couple of months in the making and way past due. I feel I have been ignoring both this blog and my other one and sadly I don’t see this post as an end to this neglect as I’m embarking on almost a month of travel for both…

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Dear Eating off The Map

Oh my, where shall I begin? First of all, sorry for being MIA for sooo long. Second, how do you do it? Keeping up with the virtual world of so many beautiful and touching stories, so many inspirations that thrill you to do the same, places to go, those pennies you gotta save, self-pondering, work…

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A taste of Japan in Nairobi

If you’ve ever been to Nairobi one thing you may have noticed is there is no shortage of Japanese restaurants, they are not everywhere but they are there.  Some are good some are not,  the one at the Junction mall (if it’s still there), upstairs near the casino, was really good the last time I…

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Taking the pig out of Piggly Wiggly

It was a bright sunny and windy Tuesday in mid October, the wind was too strong so we were unable to launch the boat and as a result unable to go diving so I decided it was time to head back to Johannesburg.    I spent about an hour looking over my maps and speaking…

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… Meanwhile on the edge of nowhere

Our hero (that’s me) races along the N3 about 300 KM out of Johannesburg on the way to Durban.  He steps on the gas trying to squeeze a little more speed in an attempt to escape the treacherous foe that is fast on his bumper.  If he slows or looses focus the weariness that stalks…

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