After last month’s Vietnamese lunch for The IRC, we head West across the Chinese subcontinent to Burma/Myanmar, also known as The Golden Land for the sheer numbers of golden pagodas around the country. I met April Chou, our next host, two years ago through our common interest in Ashtanga Yoga. …
Regardless of your politics, I’m sure we can all agree that the past two months in America have been rather chaotic, as if we’re all actors in a show where the Director changes the storyline every other day. It is hard to keep up with the multitude of narratives and …
About a month ago I spoke with photography consultant Suzanne Sease about the work I did for Belcampo\’s Meat Camp last summer.
Thoughts on doing a seasonal Ayurvedic cleanse and a bit of a rant on the media’s obsession with lecturing us on what a healthy lifestyle should be. Also, a recipe for Kitchari, Ayurveda’s ‘perfect food’.
Settle in for a short video from Belcampo’s inaugural Meat Camp for women, held August 6-9 at their farm in the Shasta Valley.
5 days of eating and drinking in Sebastopol, the heart of the Russian River Valley, in pictures.
Thinking about ice-cream and the decisive moment – of the visual kind.
Behind the scenes at the Aste Nagusia culinary competitions for two Basque classics: Txipirones en su Tinta and Bacalao a la Vizcaina.
Learning how to talk about food, the Basque way. First of a series of posts about my time at Bilbao’s Aste Nagusia 2014.
A week in Miami, through the lens.