Photo Essays

A Poet in Taipei

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Hidden in a quiet alley on DunHua South Road, there's a cute little restaurant called A Poet. You really need to pay attention when passing by, because it's easily missed. Owned…

Adinda De Boer

Adinda De Boer

Latte Art as Art

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Can a cup of coffee be art? Surely not all coffee is art. Just consider some of those terrible and generic cups of joe you’ve had at roadside stops. But…

Aaron Meskin
Justin Slee

Aaron Meskin & Justin Slee

Peach Jam

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Location: Lodi, California A few times a year my aunt can be found in her kitchen, canning or preserving one thing or another. A history buff and a journalist, she possesses a wealth…

Kate Weybret

Kate Weybret

Alentejano Bread - Vila Nova Padaria

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Joaquim was 24 when he began working in his padaria in The Alentejo, Portugal, learning the skills of baking bread that have scarcely changed in the last thousand years. The…

Nick Gurney

Nick Gurney

Shellfish on a House Boat

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On a hot Seattle day, there’s really nothing better than gathering together outdoors with friends and family. These sunny days are rare here in the Northwest and the rest of…

John Sundstrom
Zack Bent

John Sundstrom & Zack Bent

So Long, Sweet Summer

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As the hot days of summer come to an end, I find myself craving ice cream. Crescent Ridge is always the place I go to satisfy my sweet tooth. There…

Katie Murray

Katie Murray

Somerset

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Getting caught in an English downpour is by no means ideal, but when it happens in an apple orchard with friends, it makes for wonderful memories. I will always think…

Kate Weybret

Kate Weybret

Whitstable Oyster Festival

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Every summer there's a week-long festival in Whitstable that's held in the name of oysters.  This past weekend my friends and I made the trip to this little town in…

Jo Yee

Jo Yee

Change is Good

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It starts with one little jar. It might be a jam that, when you open it, seems to transport you right back to summer's golden light, or a chutney that is…

Leonie Wise

Leonie Wise

Favourite Places: Gartine, Amsterdam

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In a quiet and narrow alleyway off Kalverstraat, Amsterdam’s busiest shopping street, lies a charming little lunchroom called Gartine. A single table with two chairs and a few plants in…

Maja Moliere

Maja Moliere

Paella

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Not having a plan always turns out to be the best plan on a long weekend away from home. A four day trip to Barcelona took a surprising turn when…

Kate Weybret

Kate Weybret

Food Memories: In search of a good lunch

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I’m not one to argue with an Italian who is passionate about his food, especially one who has had lunch at the same place for the last thirty-five years. I had…

Fiona M Symington

Fiona M Symington