Sake Gumi

Postcard from Luang Prabang: Breakfast Essentials

On an early morning off the main drag in Luang Prabang, Laos, Pasaneyom Coffee Shop is bustling with regulars. Pasaneyom offers the breakfast essentials: porridge, coffee and donuts. They keep a big vat of water going over the fire, and the coffee pots...

Postcard from Bangkok: Pad Thai Chef

By Johnny Lopes Khaosan Road, Bangkok; Backpacker Mecca. The street gets stupid busy at night between fellow travelers and merchant hustlers. You can buy everything from new suits to a ride to a local ping-pong show. As an amateur photo-journalist project, I went...

Skankynavia

Skankynavia: Bangin' Cock Delish (Bangkok)

I've fallen in love with the Bangin' Cock, aka Bangkok, the frantic and exotic capital of Thailand. Just returned home to the rather chilly degrees of Copenhagen from a sensual 33˚C, and I severely miss the hot sticky nights, tall palm trees, weird exotic birds,...

Report from Bali

I took my mom to Bali in December. I loved it. Being a visitor is good, since I didn't have to deal with too much local crap. Bali, although thought to be one of the best resort islands, is...

Tachigui: Eating Whilst Standing

Eating while walking, talking, driving, computing and making love. Most Americans have done many or all of these things. Hopefully not simultaneously. Eating while standing in one...

Umamiventure

Umamiventure #13: Flushing Food Circuit, Pt. II

Preface: Umamiventure #13: Flushing Food Circuit, Pt. I DUMPLING TIMEZhu Ji Guo Tie40-52 Main Street (Entrance on 41st Avenue)T: 718.358.6265

Street Food in Indonesia

Hi, I am writing a bit of my personal sharing about food that we had during our recent trip to Indonesia. Attached pictures were taken by Antonius Lo (my husband). If you are interested, Antonius' works can be viewed through his professional photography website, or his Flickr page....

Jindaiji

Honestly, there's nothing better than waking up late in the morning with your honey and spontaneously going to Jindaiji - a charming little town in Western Tokyo famous for soba (buckwheat noodles). I realize that this is way after the fact (we went a month ago), but...