I’ve been cooking up a storm here and am using it as inspiration for this week’s travel theme. Here are a few cookery-related travel shots, starting off with Manhattan’s mighty Halal Guys at 53rd and 6th, hands down the best food cart in town, perfect for late night munchies.
Cooking Viking-style, at the Brian Ború festival in Killaloe.
Cooking demo at the Chinese New Year celebrations in Dublin.
Some pretty hysterical cooking sauces from Montana Redneck Sauce Company. Respect.
Camping at Mount St. Helens with a leaky tent and a campfire that wouldn’t light. No cooking for us that night.
Oh Italy, let me count the ways I love you. Pizza by the yard.
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Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all. – Harriet Van Horne
I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to the food. – W.C. Fields
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This week’s contribution at https://travelrat.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/travel-theme-cook/
Haha, sacré bleu, I love it. 🙂
What a different sort of theme. I love it. I HAVE to find something!
Yaay, looking forward to your post xxx
Yum-yum! I’ll have to do the South African version for you! Steak of fish? Maybe lamb? What would you prefer?? 😉
Thanks to you, I’ve remembered I still have a very dormant food blog… you’ve got the juices going now!!
https://bbanb.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/cook-cook-and-braai/ 😉 😛 😉
Oooh how cool, so glad I jogged your memory 🙂
That salad with avocado and cheese has my name on it! 🙂
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Wonderful, Leya, to see such different ways of preparing food. ❤
Thank you, Ailsa! And they were both delicious!
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Fantastic post I’m going to have fun with this one! Just returned from a camping trip where we cooked up a storm. 🙂
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