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Primarily yes I am guessing. Interestingly I went to visit St Paul’s cathedral a few weeks ago. Nearby it we went to a brilliant cafe called Poppins(I would recommend it to anyone). The dishes were primarily english: English breakfast, mixed grill, along with a number of others. The cafe was run by turkish people who had a small number of turkish dishes.
In my old home town of Redhill in Surrey. I used to go into a brilliant cafe called Fortes, run by a Italian family for generations cooking primarily english food, and I know of a number of Italian cafes and indeed cypriot cafes which do the same.
You could argue what is defined as english/ british food now, since curry is now a national dish, along with west indian and other cuisines, and indeed some chefs including Tony SIngh and Cyrus Todiwala are doing a kind of anglo indian cuisine.
I am guessing the restaurants would be traditional english places serving classic dishes.
Anglow At Khan Market Is Serving A Delectable Slice Of History
Anglow opened at Khan Market, New Delhi recently Anglow served delicious anglo-Indian dishes and interesting cocktails Anglo-Indian cuisine is a mishmash of Indian and British flavours
Anglow, one of the latest entrants in the bustling food scene of Khan Market, is a fascinating trip down the memory lane. Showcasing some of delectable Anglo-Indian delights, Anglow tries to bring back many recipes that we lost somewhere in the annals of History. Indians and their bitter-sweet relationship with the British lasted for two whole centuries. Among all European traders India saw, British stayed the longest; their influence was naturally even deeper. When it came to food, we managed to strike a good barter too. They got us breads and we were introduced to an array of spices in their kitchen cabinets. The Anglo-Indian cuisine, thus, became a mishmash of both the worlds. The relationship between colonisers and the colony may have been a hostile affair otherwise, but in terms of food, both the parties were way more embracing. These British settlers had to re-imagine a lot of their classics, retaining both the British flavours and making room for all that this new land had to offer. Certain Indian dishes were also tweaked according to their palate. Indian khansamas and cooks of British housewives played a huge role into curating what we see today as ‘Anglo-Indian cuisine.’
The Anglo-Indian cuisine was truly celebrated in colonial institutions like gentleman’s clubs, railway kitchens and Army messes – this is where restrauteur Ajit Singh has drawn inspiration for his latest venture. Spending a good part of his life in Army clubs, he has tried to incorporate bits from his nostalgia in the carefully crafted menu. The menu also boasts of some exquisite whiskey cocktails and wine which again borrows from elements of yore.
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Vintage furniture, lamps, and wooden staircase have a comforting vibe of a living room suspended back in times of the British Raj. The black and white photographs and collectibles are a delightful blast from past too. Spread across two floors, majority of the space in first floor is occupied by the stylish bar. The walls coloured in hues sombre hues of green and turquoise complements the woodwork, which is a dominating motif as far as the decor is concerned.
We tried their smoked chicken and jalapeno toast. The combination of buttered white bread topped with smoked chicken, cream cheese and jalapeno is a deliciously balanced appetiser. Next, on our table was the non veg platter, a delicious assortment of shami kebabs, fish cakes, deviled eggs and crunchy okra, this platter is the perfect answer to all your meaty cravings. We loved the tender fish oozing with fresh burst of flavours.
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The shami kebabs, cooked the same way as they were in the times of British, have the right amount of crunch, softness and the smoky aftertaste. The crunchy okra is crisp and cooked to perfection. We also tried the Mulligatawny soup, the quintessential Anglo-Indian confluence of rasam and English soup. The peppery, soothing soup is a quite a treat. For our mains, we tried the railway mutton curry. We were told that the dish was invented in the railway kitchen, where they wanted to cook the mutton curry for Sahibs that would last their entire trip from Calcutta to Bombay and back to Calcutta. To increase the shelf life, they added vinegar to the curry and tempered the spicy quotient by adding coconut milk. The curry was fine for those who like their curries to be mellow; however, we wish the Malabar parotta served alongside it was better cooked. What also did not strike a chord with us was Chilly fish and lime kedgeree. A mushy porridge of rice and pulses, mixed with chopped fish, chillies and lime could be called a distant cousin of khichdi . We felt the portion of fish used in kedgeree was a little too scanty. Also, one could not tell the flavour of lime at all.
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We loved the ever-so-comforting shepherd’s pie. An eclectic mix of minced meat and mashed potatoes, this comforting winter dish is an absolute winner.
Among cocktails, we tried a range of drinks both robust and mellow. Our favourites were the ginger fume whiskey cocktail, the frothy coffee and caramel cocktail and the zesty elderflower vodka cocktail. In desserts, we loved the warm and melt-in-mouth bread pudding, and delicately balanced crème brulee.
“But There’s No Place to Eat in Midtown New York!” Part One: The 10 Best Fast Casual Restaurants
Monday, March 04, 2019 “But There’s No Place to Eat in Midtown New York!” Part One: The 10 Best Fast Casual Restaurants I may live in Baltimore, but I travel to New York a lot, mainly to eat. So pardon the occasional NY-based post around here from time to time. I hear it all the time, “there’s no place to eat in Midtown.” That is technically not true at all. There are hundreds of restaurants in Midtown Manhattan, an area that stretches from 14th Street all the way to 59th Street, and from the Hudson River to the East River–at least according to Google Maps. Other sources will tell you that Midtown starts at 34th or 23rd Street and stretches from 3rd to 8th Avenue. In any case, it’s a sizeable area, full of food. But is it the kind of food you want to eat? That depends. If you’re happy with the sort of chain restaurants found nationwide, they are a-plenty in Midtown. Applebee’s, Subway, Olive Garden, TGI Friday’s, McDonald’s, Chipotle, and Au Bon Pain are all well-represented. Other eateries, like Le Pain Quotidien, and Maison Kayser dot the landscape along with Pret a Manger, Cosi, and Five Guys. If you’re like me, however, traveling is an excuse to eat in restaurants that I can’t find back home. So here’s a list of my favorite fast casual, multi-location, eateries that can be found in Midtown Manhattan, but probably not in my own back yard. 1. Shake Shack Yes, there is a Shake Shack in Baltimore right now, and in a lot of other US cities, too, but if you’re from one of the 27 states that still doesn’t have one of Danny Meyer’s ridiculously popular hamburger restaurants, there are about 17 locations in New York City, six of which are in Midtown. Their hamburgers have become classics, but they also have hot dogs and a crispy chicken sandwich that is my personal fave. The Madison Square Park, Grand Central, and Penn Station locations offer breakfast sandwiches, and they all have frozen custard, which can be had as-is, or blended into a shake, float, or concrete. 2. Num Pang Kitchen There are three Num Pang Kitchens in Midtown, each offering hearty Cambodian-style sandwiches served on fresh and crunchy NY-baked baguettes. Served with cucumber, pickled carrots, cilantro, and a chili mayo, these sandwiches have a lot in common with Vietnamese banh mi. Eschewing bread? Num Pang also has salads and rice or grain bowls with tantalizing toppings like coconut tiger shrimp or peppercorn catfish. My go-to is the five-spice glazed pork belly on semolina, with a side of charred broccoli with spicy goddess dressing, but I would devour pretty much anything on the menu. 3. Xi’an Famous Foods This spot famous for hand-pulled noodles started out in a 200-square-foot basement stall in the Golden Shopping Mall in Flushing. Rave reviews from major publications and bloggers alike allowed Xi’an to rapidly expand to 11 locations in Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, four of which are in Midtown. The food of Xi’an (pronounced shee-ahn), a city in northwest China, combines both Chinese and Middle Eastern flavors, so don’t be surprised to find cumin and other spices intermingled with the more familiar má là, or “numbing and spicy” qualities shared by Sichuan cuisine. The restaurant’s now famous noodles come with lamb, beef, pork, or chicken, served with sauce or in a soup. There are veggie versions too, so everyone can experience their lovely, slightly chewy texture. 4. Tacombi With two Midtown locations, every day can be Taco Tuesday at Tacombi. The menu is short but sweet (tacos, quesadillas, and a handful of other items) but has everything I need to satisfy my taco jones. Sometimes I crave a crispy beer-battered fish taco and at other times the Mexico City classic pineapple and pork al pastor. I can have them both simultaneously at Tacombi because their tacos are sold per each, and not in pairs or trios of one kind (so annoying). I can even go wild and do a black bean and sweet potato vegetarian taco and have a porky carnitas (literally, “little meats”) taco alongside. I am probably going to stuff my face with their esquites and guacamole, too. 5. BonChon There are two Midtown outposts of this Korea-based chain that specializes in crisp fried chicken with either a spicy or soy garlic glaze. Though chicken is BonChon’s speciality, they also offer other pan-Asian favorites like pork belly buns, potstickers, and takoyaki. I like to describe the latter as pan-fried savory donut holes with bits of octopus inside, cuz that’s what they are. Traditional Korean dishes like japchae, bibimbap, and bulgogi are also available, as well as the chewy rice cakes known as tteokbokki, served with the currently trendy topping of mozzarella cheese. That’s next on my list to try. 6. The Kati Roll Company While tucking into a feast of Indian food, have you ever thought, “there should be a burrito version of this?” Well, there is–sorta. In Calcutta (Kolkata, as it’s now known) there’s a popular street snack that involves rolling a paratha around a kabob to make it easier to eat on the go. Brillant, no? The Kati Roll Company offers these portable snacks with other fillings, too, like chicken or beef tikka, spiced lamb, or chana masala. They’re especially good with a pistachio or mango lassi, but also chai or beer, though don’t try to take the latter out onto the street. 7. byCHLOE This all-vegan establishment is perfect for when you want a kale and quinoa salad to go, or a couple of gluten-free chocolate chip cookies as a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, but also if you’re looking for a great burger or meatball sandwich. The burgers are veggie, of course, filled with good things like beans, chia, and sweet potatoes, and the meatballs are made with portobello mushrooms. Honestly though, you won’t miss the animal protein. Some locations offer breakfast and brunch, but you can get avocado toast all day, as well as cold-pressed juices and even house-made organic goodies for your beloved doggo. 7. Dos Toros Taqueria While there are a couple Dos Toros Taquerias in Chicago, the vast majority of this chain–started by two Cali-born brothers–is in New York. There are about half a dozen in Midtown alone, so taco-lovers don’t have to look very hard to find one. The menu is pretty simple: choose one of the naturally-raised antibiotic- and hormone-free meat (chicken, pork, beef) or veg options and decide whether you want it in tacos, burritos, quesadillas, or in bowl or salad form. While their food is good, Dos Toros also tries to be good citizens by using compostable plates, straws, cups, and utensils. They also support projects like the Michael J. Fox Foundation and Food Bank for New York. 9. Luke’s Lobster Have you noticed that Instagram pics of lobster rolls tend to get tons of likes? I’m going to go out on a limb and say the vast majority of IG users have never been anywhere near New England, original home of the lobster sandwich. These days there’s no need to travel. Luke’s Lobster has a bunch of locations on the east coast, with several in Midtown Manhattan. Their lobster rolls are Maine-style, that is, served with chilled meat and mayonnaise, on a traditional buttered split-top bun. They also offer crab or shrimp rolls, and you can get your shellfish on a salad, too. Maybe with a cup of clam chowder or half a lobster tail. Or both. 10. Sweetcatch Poke As sushi-crazy as we are in the US, it’s no surprise that poke is everyone’s favorite new way to eat raw fish. Some Hawaiians will say, however, that the stuff we eat on the mainland is about as close to authentic as your favorite deep-fried, cream-cheese-stuffed, avocado-topped sushi roll is to the Japanese original. Sweetcatch Poke doesn’t seem too far off the right track though, with fairly classic tuna and salmon pokes, and a few other versions including one with tofu and one with…chicken. (Don’t worry, it’s cooked.) You can mainland the heck out of your tuna poke by putting it in a burrito with kale and pineapple or mango and pickled ginger, or you can have it simply on a bowl of rice with mixed greens. It’s tasty however you do it. Posted on Minxeats.com.
Absolutely Inspiring Places to Visit in 2019
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Satisfy your WanderFreude (Joy of Travel, #WanderFreude). Surely you have been dreaming of 2019 travels, if not already planned some trips. Instead of simply creating another list of places I want to go , I asked many of the world’s foremost travel experts for their thoughts. These absolutely inspiring places to visit in 2019 are suggested by professional travelers and travel industry influencers from around the world.
Bookmark this list for inspiring places to visit in 2019 and beyond.
Below are responses from over four dozen travel insiders and places from all over the world are included! The list is arranged basically in order of when I received the responses, rather than by geography. So please read the entire list as there are some amazing travel gems throughout this article. Surprisingly, no one suggested any place in Australia or New Zealand but every other continent is represented.
I simply asked prominent travelers, travel bloggers, travel industry superstars to suggest: “ a place you want to visit in 2019 or think people should visit. ” The recommendations might be places they have been to or not, places they want to go or have been to and love.
I have linked to their main website and two of their social media accounts—so please follow them. In fact, the “web” link for most of the entries links directly to the travel expert’s article about the suggested destination, so you can see more pictures and tips there.
Many of those travel experts also contributed to my inspiring places to visit in 2016 and 2017 and 2018 articles. Do you wonder how many of them did indeed visit those places? I do!
Absolutely Inspiring Places to Visit in 2019
Charles McCool, McCool Travel ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Someone should have told me years ago about this magical land with gorgeous beaches (with remarkable sunsets), 500 year old majestic oak trees, the freshest seafood to be found anywhere in the world (#BigShrimpin), and a funky artsy laid-back vibe. After all, Jimmy Buffett was born here but I find even more telling that nearly everyone I met chooses to live here (#MSCoastLife). I cannot recall ever flying anywhere three times in one year, but in 2018 I did, to Mississippi Gulf Coast, a place I definitely suggest y’all visit in 2019. Mississippi Gulf Coast sunset by Charles McCool
Paul Johnson, A Luxury Travel Blog ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests Tokyo.
I’m looking forward to the possibility of a return to Tokyo, hopefully this time going with my family who haven’t been before. 2019 will be a huge year for Tokyo with the Rugby World Cup and the Olympics soon after. So much is happening in the city right now, and it’s always an amazing cultural experience for any first time visitor.
Mike and Anne Howard, HoneyTrek ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggest Alaska .
We have been road tripping around the USA and Canada for the past 20 months. And while we touched the bottom of Alaska in Hyder we have been dreaming of visiting the rest of Alaska. In 2019 we plan to take Buddy, our 1985 4-cylinder Toyota Camper, into The Last Frontier!
Tiffany Dowd, LuxeTiffany ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Anguilla and St. Barths, Caribbean .
The Caribbean is back and better than ever. Top on my list of places to travel next year will be Anguilla and St. Barths. The beaches are spectacular in Anguilla, and it has a fabulous dining scene despite its small size. St. Barths is one of the most sophisticated and relaxing places in the Caribbean. Great beaches, hotels and villas and exudes a European flair.
Lillie Marshall, Around the World “L” ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Curacao, Caribbean .
My vote for most inspiring place to visit in 2019 is the Caribbean island of Curacao. I explored it as a solo traveler, and the entire time there, I was enchanted by the rainbow colors of Willemstad, and the stunning beaches around the island. Most of all, however, I loved how inclusive Curacao is of diversity, embracing countless cultures, languages, races, and ethnicities with warmth and joy. The island is one of the most welcoming and beautiful places I’ve ever visited. Willemstad Curacao by Lillie Marshall
Amber and Eric Hoffman, With Husband in Tow ( web : Instagram : Facebook ) suggest Italy . Looking for a new destination in Italy? There are loads of things to do in Bologna whether you like culture, history, or some of the best Italian food. Characteristic porticos cover the sidewalks and walkways of much of the city. There are numerous medieval towers that continue to stand throughout the city, some of which appear to defy gravity. But, yes, Bologna is all about the food. After all, it’s known as “La Grassa,” or the Fat One, and is one of the centers of the Emilia Romagna food scene. Pellegrino Artusi, the father of the national cuisine of Italy supposedly said: “When you hear speak of Bologna cuisine make a bow, for it deserves it.” We agree. It’s home to some of the most famous Italian dishes, including lasagna and tagliatelle ragu, as well as mortadella. It’s also now home to Eataly World, an Italian food “amusement park.”
Lori Sorrentino, Travlinmad ( web : Instagram : Facebook ) suggests Austria .
South Styria in Austria captured our attention – and our hearts – this year, and should be a new addition to your 2019 bucket list. In fact, it’s called the ‘green heart of Austria” and with good reason: it’s got amazing wine, stunning views, and fun harvest activities like celebrating with sturm, the tantalizing first wine press of the season. South Styria Austria from Lori Sorrentino
Kristen Gill, Kristen Gill Media ( web : Instagram : Facebook ) suggests Baja California Sur, Mexico .
If you are a nature or outdoors lover, you should visit Mexico’s Baja California Sur. Brimming with wildlife (one of the world’s most biodiverse marine areas), you can snorkel with angel fish and whale sharks, witness the gray whale migration, and swim in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez, famously named the “World’s Aquarium” by Jaques Cousteau. You can also hike the desert surrounded by thousand-year-old cacti and view prehistoric rock art from the Guaycura and Pericú Indians. Baja California Sur Mexico by Kristen Gill
Claudia Tavani, My Adventures Across the World ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Guyana .
Guyana is the place to visit in 2019. This little known South America country is getting increasing international attention thanks to the fact that it is still completely unspoiled. Should you decide to treat yourself to a trip there, make sure to go on a day trip to Kaieteur Falls. It’s a bit expensive, but totally worth it. Kaieteur Falls, Guyana by Claudia Tavani
Carl Hedinger, Travel Through Life ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Cambodia .
I think all travelers should start with a visit to Angkor Wat in 2019. The massive complex and the many temples that surround it were one of the first places we visited in Southeast Asia. Seeing it in person is a must for any person and going back for round two is totally acceptable, considering Angkor Wat’s background, importance, and resilience through Cambodia’s tumultuous history. Angkor Wat by Carl Hedinger
Chris Christensen, Amateur Traveler ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Prague, Krakow, and Budapest .
I took a group of listeners of my Amateur Traveler podcast to Prague, Krakow, and Budapest in 2018. Prague and Budapest get a lot of attention, but I don’t feel like enough people are talking about what a wonderful destination Krakow is. It is a beautiful city with a very walkable city center. It is rich in history including WWII history including a museum set in the factory of Oskar Schindler. It also has a vibrant nightlife scene and great food. Krakow Poland by Amateur Traveler
Nina Ragusa, Where in the World is Nina ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Morocco .
The eclectic mix of verdant and desert, surfable beaches and snow-capped mountains, and sleepy villages to chaotic cities totally captivated me during my not one, not two but three-month visit to Morocco. You’d think I would have got it all out of my system but it actually left me wanting more. If Morocco is a country that you’re not sure about, let me assure you, it’s worth a visit!
John Roberts, In the Loop Travel ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests Canary Islands .
Each of the seven islands in this Spanish archipelago offer a different feel and look and are prefect for exploring by cruise ship. Ride across the moon-like lava fields on Lanzarote, a volcanic island defined by its active volcanic history and super-dry climate. It holds protected status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Gran Canaria’s capital city offers museums, restaurants and sandy beaches, ideal for soaking up the plentiful sun. La Gomera features a stunning cloud forest environment and residents who hold onto the tradition of the island’s whistled speech that helped shepherds communicate between the vast steep ravines that cut between the hills. La Gomera Beach, Canary Islands by John Roberts
Eric Stoen, Travel Babbo ( web : Instagram : TripAdvisor ) suggests Greenland .
Visit Greenland before everyone else does! We spent an amazing week hiking, kayaking, horseback riding and fishing in South Greenland. We stayed in small inns and on sheep farms, and we only saw a handful of other visitors – mainly Danes. And the icebergs are incredible! Greenland by Eric Stoen, Travel Babbo
Angel Castellanos, Angels Travel Lounge ( web ) suggests Egypt .
While the 2011 Revolution has slowed tourism to Egypt, especially by Americans, the outlook for one of the bedrocks of civilizations is looking very bright. Personal safety is not an issue and I felt completely safe in Egypt, especially outside of Cairo. Due to the value of the Egyptian Pound, traveling in Egypt is inexpensive and currently a great price value proposition. The epic new mega billion dollar Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza is set to open in 2019. The further south you go, the better the country gets. The best deals on river cruising can be found in Egypt. Egypt by Angel Castellanos
Dave and Veronica James, Gypsynester ( web : Twitter : Instagram ) suggests Galapagos .
Whenever we are asked about our favorite place we have visited the Galapagos Islands spring to mind. So not just for 2019, but for any year, we feel that this is a must for every bucket list. There is so much more to see than the famous giant tortoises and red-footed boobies. Swimming iguanas, frolicking sea lions, hundreds of bird species, and even penguins on the equator await visitors, and all of them show no fear of humans. The archipelago is also a geologic wonder, with each island revealing a variety of volcanic features and offering unique ecosystems. It is no exaggeration to say it is like no place else on earth. Galapagos by GypsyNester
Josh McNair, California Through My Lens ( web : YouTube ) suggests San Francisco .
San Francisco. I think people should visit San Francisco in 2019. This city is one of those places I continue to fall in love with more and more each time I visit it. San Francisco has some of the best restaurants in California, amazing beaches, beautiful bridges and historic places to visit. It’s a great destination if you have never been or even if you have been a dozen times. San Francisco by Josh McNair
Gary Arndt, Everything Everywhere ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests US National Parks .
I think that people should visit some of the lesser known National Parks in the United States. Places like Yosemite and Yellowstone are so crowded that there are now traffic jams inside the park. However, places such as Theodore Roosevelt National Park and Great Sand Dunes National Park only get a fraction of the visitors and seldom see any overcrowding.
Scott and Collette Stohler, Roamaroo ( web : Instagram : Facebook ) suggest Aeolian Islands .
If there is one place you should visit in 2019, it should be the Aeolian Islands, the ultimate Italian island escape. Located off of the northeastern coast of Sicily, the Aeolian Islands effortlessly embody “La Dolce Vita.” The Aeolian Islands possess beautiful beaches, epicurean experiences, and zero tourists. Despite tourist travel increasing to Italy every year, this isolated archipelago has managed to preserve its authenticity. Aeolian Islands by Roamaroo
Dave Briggs, Daves Travel Pages ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Milos, Greece .
One of the destinations I’m keen to revisit in 2019, is the Greek island of Milos. This island has over 80 of the best beaches in Greece, which as you can imagine is saying something! I’ve spent time on about 20 of them so far—60 beaches left to go. The summer of 2019 sounds like hard work already!
Barbara Weibel, Hole in the Donut Cultural Travel ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Bulgaria .
My current passion is Bulgaria. From its cosmopolitan capital (Sofia) to historic towns on the shores of the Black Sea, to traditional festivals in little-known Thracian villages, it offers something for everyone. Add delicious food, friendly people, and extremely affordable prices, Bulgaria should be on everyone’s travel wish list. Magura Cave Bulgaria by Barbara Weibel
Sarah Gallo, The Five Foot Traveler ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Indonesia .
In 2019, I hope that everyone visits Labuan Bajo in Indonesia. Typically people explore Bali or Java, but Labuan Bajo—the gateway to Komodo Dragons—is certainly not to be missed. It is one of the most breathtaking destinations I have ever experienced (which says a lot since I’ve been to over 100 countries), and seeing Komodo Dragons up close and personal is simply mesmerizing. Whether you enjoy hiking, snorkeling, diving, exploring, or relaxing, there’s something for everyone in Labuan Bajo. Labuan Bajo Indonesia by Sarah Gallo
Paula Schuck, Thrifty Mommas Tips ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests Germany and Prince Edward Island, Canada.
There are many places I’ve still not been that are definitely top of mind moving into 2019. For the last six months of 2018 I have felt Germany calling to me. I’ve never been there before, but I know that some of my relatives came from that area many, many, years ago so I’d love to visit Germany and most especially Berlin. I hope to get the time to visit and explore. Closer to home – I’ve been wanting to visit Prince Edward Island ever since I read Anne of Green Gables as a kid and of course the food seems like a good enough reason alone to make that trip.
Howard Blount , Backroad Planet ( web : Pinterest : Twitter ) suggests Norway .
I visited Norway for the first time this year. I was totally blown away by the scenic beauty of the deep fjords, plunging waterfalls, and quaint fishing villages. I would love to return during the winter months and witness the northern lights. Norway is a highly recommended year-round destination for 2019! Hamnøy Norway by Howard Blount, Backroad Planet
Ann Tran, Ann Tran Fashion ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Ha Long Bay, Vietnam .
Have you visited Ha Long Bay? It’s a magical wonder of nature that includes 1,600 islands made of limestone forming a surreal chasm of peaks rising from the sea. It’s not surprising that Ha Long translates to “descending dragon,” which has the job of protecting Vietnam’s coastline. I suggest an extra night at Ha Long Bay if you want to commune with nature. It’s super-hot in Southeast Asia, but try the day boat cruise in Ha Long Bay if your visit is a single day. There are 300 day boats and 200 sleeper boats for more leisurely overnight cruises. I took a day boat tour and stayed busy snapping photos and video.
Jarryd and Alesha, NOMADasaurus ( web : Instagram : YouTube ) suggest Kyrgyzstan .
If you’d like your 2019 to be filled with culture, adventure and off-the-beaten-path experiences, then you can’t go past Kyrgyzstan! This mountainous nation in Central Asia is one of the most visually stunning destinations on the continent, and with a booming tourism industry now is the time to visit before the crowds get there. Lesh Mountain Kyrgyzstan by Nomadasaurus
Sarah Dandashy, Ask a Concierge ( web : Twitter : YouTube ) suggests Banff, Canada .
I’ve heard so much about Banff over the years, and I’m lucky enough to get a chance to visit in 2019. It’s a beautiful vacation destination nestled in between the Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park. There are many outdoors and active things to do like hiking, rafting, and skiing! I’ll be there in the winter, but I have a feeling I’ll need to come back to explore it in the summertime. I love that it isn’t one of the first destinations that people think of, and as a bonus, it is so darn picturesque.
Johnny Jet, Johnny Jet ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests York Durham Headwaters, Canada .
York Durham Headwaters (YDH) since I bet most people have never heard of it, including me until a couple of months ago. YDH is located in Ontario, Canada and is just a short drive from YYZ Airport but it feels like a world away. It’s especially beautiful in autumn. It’s the perfect escape from the big city and visitors will want to stay at Hockley Valley Resort and check out Adamo Estates Winery next door. The best part is since it’s Canada, the current exchange rate for Americans is 25% cheaper. Adamo Estate Winery Ontario Canada by Johnny Jet
Kristin Luna, Camels and Chocolate ( web : Twitter : Instagram ) suggests Puerto Rico .
Despite visiting well over 100 countries and all 50 states, I’ve somehow never been to Puerto Rico! So on my birthday in February, I’m changing that. Puerto Rico is cheaper than ever—you can’t beat $250 round-trip airfare—and 18 months post-hurricane, they need our tourist dollars, so it’s a win-win for me: warm, tropical, new-to-me destination in the midst of the harshest time of winter and I can feel like my money is helping an economy recover.
Bret Love and Mary Gabbett, Green Global Travel ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggest Kenya .
If you love watching wildlife, Kenya is hard to beat. The country offers 25 national parks, 16 national reserves, and countless conservancies for visitors to explore. We spent 3 weeks there, exploring everywhere from Nairobi National Park and world-renowned Ol Pejeta Conservancy to less-frequented reserves like Meru National Park and Lewa Conservancy. But Kenya’s unmissable highlight is the Masai Mara National Reserve, the northern stop of the annual Great Migration route. The Greater Mara area is home to about 25% of Kenya ’s wildlife, including an exceptional population of Big Cats (cheetahs, East African lions, and leopards) as well as their prey. Kenya by Green Global Travel
Melvin Boecher, TravelDudes ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests Japan .
Why not combine a big and crazy sport event with your next trip in an unusual and highly interesting destination? If that’s of interest to you, then you should get your flight ticket to Japan! Japan is hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2019 and people are already now getting excited. Most of the games will be hosted in Yokohama, the second biggest city of Japan and just a short 45 minute train ride South of Tokyo. Yokohama is far more relaxed than it’s even bigger neighbor and still provides all the fun and good food. Yokohama is also a great spot to explore more of the country, like the beautiful mountain region Hakone, which includes views towards Mount Fuji. Or jump into the train and visit Kamakura, a little laid back town at the sea, with a beautiful shrine and many little shops in the city center. Yamashita Park, Yokohama by Melvin Boecher
Meg Jerrard, Mapping Megan ( web : Instagram : Facebook ) suggests Morocco .
From ancient cities to Saharan dunes, Morocco is one of those destinations that truly captures your imagination; a dizzying diversity awaits travelers whether you’re interested in trekking in the desert, shopping in the maze of medinas, or simply people watching. Why should you visit in 2019? Think lyrical landscapes, richly colored souks, exotic culture and a diverse geography; this is a bucket-list destination if there ever was one!
Patricia Schultz, 1000 Places To See Before You Die ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests Ashford Castle, Ireland .
Ashford Castle’s lofty rates comes as no surprise. But if you have ever dreamed about a fairy-tale-like lakefront castle-hotel at the heart of 350 acres of ancient woodlands and forest, this is it. Both formidable and magnificent, it is also comfortable and welcoming, and fresh from a painstaking medieval-turret-to-dungeon renovation. More mortal rates are available at The Lodge at Ashford Castle, on the same resplendent grounds but a different building that is more “cozy” than “royal.” Ashford Castle, Ireland by Patricia Schultz
Chris Owen, Chris Cruises ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Caribbean .
I know the Caribbean is a part of the world quite familiar to cruise travelers but one I have not visited intensely for years. I’ll do that in February with Windstar Cruises on a ship with sails. Tiny ships get into ports where others can’t physically go. Better yet, less than 200 people and a very focused land exploration plan, this promises to open new doors and perhaps delight in a unique Caribbean cruising option.
Julie McCool, Fun in Fairfax VA ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Northern Virginia .
Visit Northern Virginia in 2019 and see why Amazon chose the region for its new East Coast headquarters. Located just across the Potomac River from Washington DC, with easy metro access to the city, it makes a great base for exploring historic and natural sites. Visit George Washington’s beloved Mount Vernon, hike and enjoy the views at Great Falls and Shenandoah National Parks, and savor Northern Virginia’s beautiful wineries. Great Falls Park, Northern Virginia by Julie McCool
Mar Pages, Once In a Lifetime Journey ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests India .
In 2019 I will be visiting India again. This is a country which I am very fond of and which I have visited countless times. It is also the native land of my partner and I always enjoy discovering it with him. We have been watching a lot of movies about India, made in Bollywood, Hollywood and also indie and art movies made locally because his best friend is a producer and actor from Mumbai, and I discover new traditions, parts of the country’s history I didn’t know about and different ways of seeing India with every movie. Next year I plan to explore the lesser known parts of the country. The south Tamil Nadu, the north Tibetan Ladakh and the Western parts of Gujarat, maybe on a luxury train that heads towards the salt lakes. I am sure that I will also visit majestic and regal Rajasthan again because its forts, palaces and royal past always has me mesmerised.
Michael and Ashley Bustillos, Adventurpro ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Bali .
Swing into 2019 for an adventure of a lifetime! Imagine walking the Tegalalang rice terraces at sunrise, picture scuba diving incredible reefs in Nusa Pineda with giant Oceanic Manta Ray gliding above your head, capture the perfect memory high above the jungle on a famous Bali swing, or trek to the top of a historical Bali temple with an amazing view of Mount Agung. Your adventure awaits in Bali! Bali Indonesia by Adventurpro
Paul Marshman, Travelling Boomer ( web : Twitter ) suggests Costa Rica .
The place I’d most like to visit in 2019 is Costa Rica. If you love nature, Costa Rica is paradise. Live volcanoes, white sand beaches, cloud forests, exotic birds, and animals: it has everything you could ask for. It’s safe, and the people are friendly—I can’t wait to go back.
Sasha Taratov, Sashsa Eats ( web : Twitter : Instagram ) suggests Cuba .
Cuba has a very special place in my heart. A country of glorious landscapes, timeless villages and charming people, Cuba won’t fail to mesmerize you. I traveled to Cuba in 2016 and 2018. It has changed quite a bit in two years. If you love history and haven’t been to Cuba, I encourage you to visit Havana in 2019 before it changes completely and loses its charm. Trust me, you cannot replicate a walk around Old Havana’s cobblestone streets or a ride in a classic convertible. Havana is a jumble of culture, music and joy – expect the unexpected. Cuba by Sasha Eats
Chris McGinnis, TravelSkills ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Kyoto, Japan .
I want to visit Kyoto in Japan. Since most of my travel is business related, I have only really seen Japan through the lens of Tokyo, but I know that there’s so much more out there. Kyoto has been calling me for a while now and what I’d really like to do (if I had the time) is to take the 10-day walk along the ancient Nakasendo Way from Kyoto to downtown Tokyo as the autumn leaves reach their peak.
Rick Griffin, Midlife Roadtrip ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests Portugal .
Portugal is my suggested destination for 2019. With quaint villages, opulent castles, crystal clear rivers, lush green mountains, and stunning coastlines you feel like you stepped inside a postcard. Unlike many of Europe’s better known destinations that are overrun with tourists, Portugal provides more opportunities for authentic experiences.
Heidi Siefkas, Heidi Siefkas ( web : Facebook : YouTube ) suggests Cuba .
All politics aside, I have to stress the need to experience Cuba. You may think it’s all classic cars, cigars, and rum, but that’s only a slice. The real takeaway from Cuba is its appreciation of the moment and the secret to happiness. Cuba’s culture and its people have so many life lessons to share with the world. Uncover them for yourself. Yunque River Palms Baracoa by Heidi Siefkas
Anwar Yafai, Beyond My Front Door ( web : Twitter : Instagram ) suggests Ethiopia .
Most people have little to no idea about Ethiopia, but there exists so much history and culture in this country that it is one of the most inspiring countries to visit. From the rock hewn churches of Lalibela, to the Simien mountains, or the ancient capital of Axum there is so much to see and do. And of course the white honey and coffee are not to be missed either. Ethiopia by Anwar Yafai
Dana Freeman, Dana Freeman Travels ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests Costa Rica .
I would absolutely love to return to Costa Rica in 2019! Despite being small in size, there are endless things to see and do making it an ideal place to vacation. There are waterfalls, volcanos, national parks, and miles and miles of pristine coastline. You can stay in luxury resorts or rent a beachfront villa. I loved the Pacific Coast near Guanacaste. It is hot and dry, with world-class beaches. It is why we choose to rent a home there this year make it our base for exploring the northwest side of Costa Rica.
Adam and Hannah Lukaszewicz, Getting Stamped ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Yucatan, Mexico .
We are slightly addicted to Mexico and specifically the Yucatan. Get off the all-inclusive resort in Cancun and get a taste of what Mexico really has to offer. We visit at least once a year as there are so many gorgeous beaches, cute little towns, amazing food, and we love all the unique cenotes in Mexico. Consider staying in: Playa del Carmen, Xpu Ha, Tulum, Valladolid, or Isla Holbox. VALLADOLID by Getting Stamped
Lori Moreno, Travel Foodies TV ( web : Twitter : Instagram ) suggests Machu Picchu, Peru .
When I started traveling, in my 20s, I planned a several month trip to South America. One of the amazing places I was fortunate to travel to was Machu Picchu in Peru. It was one of the most amazing adventures I ever had. I highly recommend this as a place to go in 2019.
Chris Militzer, Miliman 12 Photography ( web : Instagram : Facebook ) suggests Colonial Beach, Virginia .
I think everyone, especially in the Richmond or Northern Virginia area, should visit Colonial Beach. A short drive, sandy beaches, palm trees, brewery, wineries, good food, and tiki bars. What more do you need? Colonial Beach Virginia by Chris Militzer
Kim Orlando, Traveling Mom ( web : Facebook : Twitter ) suggests India .
The sights, smells, sounds and colors of India have stayed with me in the year since I visited this corner of the world. India is an exotic-as-they-come destination. In the hands of well-planned tour, it’s also as safe as can be. Should you make it a family vacation and take the kids? Yes! Culturally it will be an eye-opening and maybe life-altering experience. Who doesn’t want to see iconic sights like the Taj Mahal? There are mosques and minarets to tour, forts to climb, bazaars to shop, and camels, elephants, and mischievous monkeys that wow. And just think about all that wonderful Indian food to eat in situ. I loved it so much that I helped design a Golden Triangle tour for families in February 2019!
Pola Henderson, Jetting Around ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Lyon, France .
France’s third largest city, after Paris and Marseille, is known as the food capital of the country, thanks to high-quality regional products and many top chefs. Restaurants called “les bouchons” serve up typical Lyonnais dishes, such as rosette de Lyon (pink cured sausage) and salade lyonnaise (lettuce with bacon, croûtons and a poached egg). Lyon’s architecture reflects 2,000 years of history and is likely to impress. There’s a Roman amphitheater, Renaissance buildings in Vieux Lyon, and modern structures in the Confluence district (named after the Rhône and Saône rivers that meet there). Passageways connect buildings in the old town and La Croix-Rousse hill, and are best explored with a local guide. Lyon France by Pola Henderson, Jetting Around
Anton Diaz, Our Awesome Planet ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Siargao, Philippines .
Siargao is home to one of the best surfing spots in the world and the best place to escape for even non-surfers. One of the last frontiers in the Philippines amidst the impending booming tourism market on the island. A must place to visit in 2019 to experience its raw appeal with your friends. Can’t wait to bring my family here. Siargao Philippines by Anton Diaz
Pam Rossi, Always 5 Star ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Czech Republic .
An Always5Star inspiring place to visit in 2019 is the Chateau Petrovice hotel and spa. The five-star luxury hotel is a former castle that dates back to 18 th century. This hidden gem is near Ostrava, Czech Republic and also offers a complete wellness & fitness center & park. Rejuvenate, relax, & rest in five-star luxury and it is budget friendly too! Cheers! Chateau Petrovice, Ostrava, Czech Republic by Pam Rossi
Jessica Festa, Jessie on a Journey ( web : Facebook : Instagram ) suggests Latvia .
I visited Latvia as a solo traveler in 2018, and would LOVE to return in 2019, whether on my own again or in a group. First of all, you can base in the bustling city of Riga, full of history, fairytale architecture, and things to do. As a cocktail fanatic, I visited the 26-storey Skyline Bar more than once to have a creative drink while taking in a spectacular view. The Spikeri Quarter was also a favorite attraction, with 19th-century warehouses transformed into artistic spaces. Finally, from Riga you can easily take worthwhile day trips using public transport or by booking a tour. I loved hiking in Kemeri National Park, as well as sunrise paddleboarding in the gorgeous Cenas Tīrelis Preserve. Latvia by Jessica Festa
Jeannette Ceja, Jet Set With Jeannette ( web : Instagram : Twitter ) suggests India .
India! Now, I can say that’s one country that has been life-changing. I had an opportunity to visit as media for the India Tourism Mart in New Delhi. There’s a special connection to humanity there. There’s a sense of unity from the locals. They are so excited to share their culture with you. India by Jeannette Ceja, Jet Set With Jeannette
Wow, take a breath after reading that lists of amazing places to visit in 2019.
A giant McCool Travel THANK YOU to those who provided suggestions for this article. Please follow these amazing travel experts to see what inspiring places they visit in 2019.
My travel friends’ suggestions inspire me to to find new places to visit in 2019. I have been to some of these places but others are definitely among my inspiring places to visit in 2019.
May your 2019 travels (and every year) be enjoyable and memorable.
Your turn: do you have inspiring places to visit in 2019 or think people should visit? Inspiring Places to Visit in 2019 was published December 10, 2018 Please share this article:
Fourth Edition Of Bahrain Food Festival Launched
Fourth Edition Of Bahrain Food Festival Launched
Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) launched the fourth edition of ‘Bahrain Food Festival’ at ‘The Park’ in The Avenues on February 28.
Held under the patronage of the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani, the event will run until March 16.
Since its launch in 2016, the event has attracted residents and visitors from neighbouring GCC countries, further positioning the kingdom as a regional gastronomy destination. The festival will include fun-filled activities and stations including cooking demonstrations by international chefs, live musical performances, games and more.
“The festival is a highlight of BTEA’s extensive series of events and activities which continues to attract visitors from different age groups. The third edition of Bahrain Food Festival attracted more than 165,000 visitors from inside and outside the kingdom, further increasing the tourism sector’s contribution to the GDP. Such unique events and activities aim at promoting the various tourism components of the kingdom under the guidance of the wise leadership,” said Al Zayani.
The strategic partners of the fourth edition of Bahrain Food Festival 2019 include Batelco and Al Osra. Others partners include Awal Gas, GFH, Bahrain Bay, The Avenues Bahrain, House of Uniforms and Ikea.
Additionally, 108 vendors will be participating in this year’s edition, 73 of which are new vendors and 81 are local vendors. The festival will offer visitors varied cuisines including Middle Eastern, Western, Asian, Indian, Organic, and Healthy. The event is open from 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.
Hosting the Bahrain Food Festival comes in line with the BTEA’s overall strategy aimed at developing and strengthening the tourism sector under the slogan of ‘Ours. Yours.’, which contributes towards the Kingdoms economy and the 2030 Economic Vision.
Source: Trade Arabia
Dr. BK Modi launches the Modi Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh
Dr. BK Modi launches the Modi Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh 04/03/2019 The luxury retreat offers a unique wellness experience centred on the innovative ‘Beyond 100’ movement
Dr. M (B K Modi) today announced the opening of the Modi Yoga Retreat, the Smart group’s flagship wellness project on the banks of the holy river Ganga. Developed in association with WTS – the US-based Global Spa leader, it has 29 luxury rooms to guarantee an intimate and luxurious wellness experience. A refreshing addition to the Yoga Capital of the world, the Modi Yoga Retreat offers a combination of Yoga, nutrition, proactive healthcare and spa facilities for a personalized wellness experience.
Projecting a delicate balance between Indian sensibilities and modern wellness practices, the retreat features a 12,000 sq. foot spa, in collaboration with WTS International, offering both international and Ayurvedic treatments. Extending the Smart Group’s excellence in healthcare, the retreat will also offer lifestyle and wellbeing consultations with in-house Naturopathy, Ayurvedic and Proactive healthcare Physicians. Designed to holistically replenish the body and mind, nature and science combine to offer remedies to current ailments and detect future ones.
The retreat also features a heated swimming pool for hydra therapies, a restaurant, a Wellness Café, a pool bar and a 1300 sq ft conference room for events. The eateries offer an eclectic array of contemporary cuisine from around the world in addition to Indian regional and Ayurvedic food. Keeping up with the latest health trends, the café serves a wide variety of healthy, organic, gluten-free and vegan options including meals especially recommended for specific treatments.
Speaking on the Launch, Dr. M (Founder- Chairman, Smart Group) said, “In today’s day and age, wellbeing has a renewed significance. New technologies have changed the concept of aging. And living a happy, healthy and beyond 100 is now possible. To achieve the concept of ‘beyond 100’ one must be stress-free and have access to the right air, right nutrition, and right wellness practices. This was the thought behind the launch of the Modi Yoga Retreat.”
Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, the retreat is designed to enthrall guests with unique panoramic views of the Ganges and are equipped with all modern amenities to suit the needs of the contemporary traveler. Each room offers a different level of luxury with the promise of discreet comfort, uninterrupted relaxation and complete privacy.
About Dr. M (B. K. Modi)
A global thought leader, billionaire and the leader of the ‘Beyond 100’ movement, Dr. M is the Founder-Chairman of Smart Group. He is a recognized pioneer in the areas of office automation, telecom, mobility, healthcare, and global citizenship. Accredited with ‘Many Firsts’ in business, his achievements have earned him several accolades including a spot in the prestigious Forbes billionaire list.
As a global thought leader, Dr. M has successfully led the Global Citizenship movement, followed by more than 2 million members across the globe. Through the Modi Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh and the Modi Mediciti in Delhi, he has created a cornerstone for the Beyond 100 movement in India that will help people lead Happier, Healthier and longer lives. More recently, he has also been appointed as Honorary President of the World Federation of United Nations Organizations (a UN-affiliated NGO).
About the Spa at Modi Yoga Retreat
The Spa at Modi Yoga Retreat has been conceptualized in collaboration with WTS international, which manages spas in iconic hotels like The Trump Chicago, The Trump Las Vegas, The Wyndham Grand Orlando, and MGM National Harbor Hotel in Washington DC. The 10 spa rooms include 2 rooms equipped with Vichy Showers, 2 Ayurveda rooms, 6 international therapy rooms plus 2 consultation rooms. Related Posts Honoring the womanhood with a delectable feast at Hotel Sahara Star Let’s ‘Eat for the Planet’
Relaxing abode in South Goa – Review
We stayed here for family vacation. We opted for two 2BHKS.nThe place is situated on a walk able distance from beach. they have a free shuttle service till beach from the resort.nThe rooms were nice and decent atleast value for money they are charging.nThe breakfast had majority of english breakfast with couple of options of Indian cuisine also.nThe staff was nice. Pool was clean.nThe restaurant served delicious food. Just if they could work on the turn around time it would have been great.nnWe will surely come back to this resort.
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www.happycow.net/vegetarian-recipes.html 13/05/2016 Find healthy recipes for your everyday meals. From vegetarian holiday recipe and romantic dinner entrees, our vegetarian and vegan recipes include something for every palate. Find international vegetarian cuisines, low calorie recipes, vegan cake and desserts, raw food and raw desserts, gluten free meals, as well macrobiotic cooking. Feel free to add your comments or share a vegetarian cooking tip. Also do add your original veg recipes for posting here.
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www.julen.net 01/05/2018 This is the home for the collected projects & works of Julia Hayden. For twenty years, this website has been many things to one person – sounding board, receptacle for nattering, grounds for experiments, a base for silliness, not to mention grandstanding, dabbling, publishing, sharing, expounding, organizing, declaiming, reviewing, assorted mongering, and a thousand other things. At times, it has been many things to other people, which I consider to be a big gleaming bonus. Over the years, some projects and pages have dropped out of site; please pardon any links that end up in a black hole. 20 years of experimentation plus several site restorations after hacking have led to inadvertent site contortions and disappearing files.
www.lambiek.net/artists/a/alcaraz_lalo.htm 26/03/2017 Lalo Alcaraz (b. 1964, USA). Lalo Alcaraz is a Mexican-American cartoonist and the creator of the Latino comic strip ‘La Cucaracha’. In 1985, Alcaraz began drawing daily editorial cartoons in the periodical of the State University of San Diego, The Daily Aztec. He subsequently got his bachelor degree in art and environmental design, followed by a mastership in architecture of the California University, Berkeley.
www.lambiek.net/artists/a/alden_sam.htm 07/05/2017 Sam Alden (b. 23 October 1988, USA). Sam Alden is a cartoonist and illustrator from Portland, Oregon, currently living in Montreal. He was the author of the comic book ‘Eighth Grade’, about three teenagers and their families in the final weeks of middle school, for several years. His comic Haunter was serialized by Study Group Comics. In 2013 he won the Ignatz Award for most promising new talent, and his work has been previously published in ‘Best American Comics 2013’, from Houghton-Mifflin.
www.lambiek.net/artists/a/alexander_fo.htm 13/06/2017 F. O. Alexander. Franklin Osborne Alexander (1897-1993, USA). Franklin Osborne Alexander studied at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. He also took several courses in cartooning. In World War I he served Europe with the Camouflage Engineers. Alexander took over the ‘Hairbreadth Harry’ strip after the death of its creator C.W. Kahles in 1931. He continued it until 1939. He did two strips of his own, ‘Finney of the Force’ and ‘The Featherheads’.
www.lambiek.net/artists/a/alexander_jason-shawn.htm 13/06/2017 Jason Shawn Alexander (b. 1975, USA). Jason Shawn Alexander is a painter and draftsman from Tennessee. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He makes horror paintings, and has also done comic book art. He has produced illustrations and comics for Dark Horse Comics (‘Abe Sapien’, ‘The Escapists’, ‘Damnation’), Warner Brothers, DC Comics (‘Gotham Central’), Hasbro, White Wolf Inc, Dynamite Entertainment (‘Dead Irons’) and Dalmatian Press.
www.lambiek.net/artists/a/alexander_jed.htm 13/06/2017 Jed Alexander (USA). Jed Alexander studied illustration at San Jose State University. He is a comic artist from Davis, California, who has contributed his work to Too Much Coffee Man, The Magazine, the anthologies ‘Meathaus’, ‘No Words’ and several newspapers. He created the comic ‘Yellow Baby’, which was published at Alternative Comics.
www.lambiek.net/artists/a/alexander_wesley.htm 13/06/2017 Wes Alexander (10 November 1966 – 18 March 2008, USA). Wesley “Wes” Alexander was an American cartoonist, who is best-known as the creator of the syndicated comic strip ‘Stormfield’. He was born in 1966 as Wesley Don Alexander in Texas, where he got his interest in cartooning from reading his grandmother’s copies of Charles M. Schulz’ ‘Peanuts’ collections. He also ranked Jeff MacNelly, Bill Watterson, Will Eisner, Jim Borgman and Jeff Smith among his influences.
www.lambiek.net/artists/c/cahill_alex.htm 10/10/2016 Alex Cahill. Writer and artist Alex Cahill was born in Thousand Oaks, California. He has worked on several self-published projects Based in Portland, Oregon, he has worked with Jad Ziade on several self-published projects.
www.lambiek.net/artists/c/caldwell_john.htm 17/01/2017 John Caldwell (23 March 1946 – 21 February 2016, USA) United States. American cartoonist John Caldwell began his career doing campaign posters for a classmate. He studied at the Parsons School of Design in Manhattan, and worked as a cartographer at the state Department of Transportation before turning to cartooning and advertising art. His cartoons, with their spindly-headed humanoids, frequently appeared in National Lampoon, Playboy, The New Yorker, Mad Magazine, The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s.
www.lambiek.net/artists/c/calero_dennis.htm 18/01/2017 Dennis Calero (b. 2 January 1972, USA). Dennis Calero was born in Miami Beach, Florida, and he attended the New World School of the Arts in Miami and the Pratt’s Institute in New York. He has done art on licensed titles like ‘Sliders’ and ‘Magic: The Gathering’ for Acclaim Comics, as well as ‘Cisco Kid’ and ‘Kolchak’ for Moonstone Books.
www.lambiek.net/artists/c/calkins_d.htm 28/02/2017 Dick Calkins (1895 – 1962, USA). Richard (‘Dick’) Calkins studied at the Chicago Art Institute and became a cartoonist for the Detroit Free Press, before being employed by the Chicago Examiner in 1917. He served in World War I as an Airforce lieutenant and returned in 1919. He joined the John F. Dille Co., where, in 1929, he became the first artist to work on the new feature ‘Buck Rogers’, based on the novel by Phil Nowlan.
www.lambiek.net/artists/d/dix_bob.htm 30/03/2018 Bob Dix (USA). Robert Dix is a Philadelphia-based graphic designer and illustrator. He was the illustrator of the comic book ‘Spandex Tights’, that was written by Bryan Glass and published by Lost Cause between 1994 and 1996. He also drew the ‘American Pie’ back-up feature with Ray Ramos. In 2004, he contributed to the comic book ‘A Bunch of Baboons’ by Baboon Books.
www.lambiek.net/artists/h/hasen_irwin.htm 05/03/2019 Irwin Hasen (1918-2015, USA). Born in Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn, Irwin Hasen started his cartooning career in the late 1930s, after attending the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League in New York. He first drew sports cartoons and did advertising artwork. Hasen went into comic books in 1940, working on such titles as ‘The Green Hornet’, ‘The Fox’, ‘Secret Agent Z-2’, ‘Bob Preston, Explorer’, ‘Cat-Man’ and ‘The Flash’, through the Harry “A” Chesler shop. In the same period he created the short-lived feature ‘Citizen Smith, Son of the Unknown Soldier’. By 1941, Hasen went to work for Sheldon Mayer, and worked on several episodes of ‘The Green Lantern for National/DC.
www.lambiek.net/artists/h/haspiel.htm 05/03/2019 Dean Haspiel, Dino, (b. 1967, USA). Dean Haspiel is an American comic book artist, known for his semi-autobiographical work in the alternative comics scene, and for his collaborations with writer Harvey Pekar. He was born in New York City, where he graduated from theThe High School of Music & Art/Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School in 1985. He made his first steps in the comic book industry as an assistant of Howard Chaykin on ‘American Flagg!’, Bill Sienkiewicz on ‘New Mutants’ and ‘Elektra: Assassin’, and Walter Simonson on ‘Thor’ in the mid 1980s. He later attended the State University of New York at Purchase, where he majored in illustration and film. He made his professional debut during his study years, co-creating ‘The Verdict’ with Martin Powell for Eternity Comics in 1987.
www.lambiek.net/artists/h/hasselberger_cheese.htm 10/04/2018 Cheese Hasselberger (b. 8 November 1971, USA). Cheese Hasselberger was born in New Jersey. He is a publisher and cartoonist of House of Twelve. He attended the BFA School of Visual Arts and Animation in 1995. He worked with Ralph Bakshi, MTV Animation, Time Warner Interactive, various newspapers, magazines, and advertising agencies. He returned to comics in 2001 with House of Twelve and has since gone on to publish 3 issues of the anthology ‘House of Twelve12’, plus the new ‘Ho12’s Rashomon’. Hasselberger has also contributed to several anthologies, including Brian Musikoff’s ‘Mauled!’ and C. Radtke’s ‘Everyday’.
www.lambiek.net/artists/h/hatlo_james.htm 02/03/2019 James Hatlo (1897-1963, USA). James Hatlo was a sports cartoonist at The San Francisco Call-Bulletin. He had to draw a cartoon when a package of cartoons from the syndicate failed to arrive. He chose the little ironies of everyday life as his topic. The first ‘They’ll Do It Every Time’ appeared on 5 February, 1929. For seven years, Jimmy Hatlo did the comics series for just that one paper. In 1936, King Features Syndicate gave it national distribution. It was an immediate hit.
www.lambiek.net/artists/l/lee_vic.htm 26/07/2018 Vic Lee (USA). Vic Lee is a Santa Barbara-based cartoonist and fine artist. He grew up as the son of actors and initially pursued a career as a professional All-American soccer player. His ambitions were cut short due to an on-field injury. He then worked as a bartender and stage actor in Seattle, before creating a series of athletic clubs in San Diego. Deciding to use cartoons as a marketing tool, he couldn’t find a proper cartoonist and tried to handle the drawing pen himself.
www.lambiek.net/artists/l/lee_walt.htm 26/07/2018 Walt Lee. Walter Alonzo Lee (? – 1980 USA). Walt Lee was an editorial artist for the Illustrated Daily News, and he also drew comics at various times. Among his best known comic strips is ‘Dudley Dudd’, who he drew for the Daily News from 1923 to 1939. In 1942, he joined the L.A. Times and remained there as a cartoonist for the next 23 years.
www.lambiek.net/artists/s/sonntag_ned.htm 18/05/2018 Ned Sonntag (USA). Ned Sonntag studied animation at the Pratt Institute in New York, where he graduated in 1973. He was involved with the underground comix scene, and contributed to magazines like The New York Ace (an East Village Other offshoot), Occult Laff-Parade and Young Lust. In 1975 his science fiction strip ‘Glittering Skyline of Marsport’ was serialized for TV and a year later he started working for Marvel Comics.
www.lambiek.net/artists/s/sook_ryan.htm 18/05/2018 Ryan Sook (USA). Californian comic book artist Ryan Sook has drawn for DC titles like ‘Arkham Asylum: Living Hell’, ‘The Spectre’, ‘Hawkman’ and ‘Seven Soldiers of Victory’. For Dark Horse, he has illustrated ‘B.P.R.D.’, ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ and ‘Angel’. He has worked with Peter David on Marvel’s ‘X-Factor’.
www.lambiek.net/artists/s/stanley.htm 15/09/2018 John Stanley (1914-1993, USA). American comic artist John Stanley is best known for his comic book renditions of classic newspaper comics ‘Little Lulu’ and ‘Nancy’ for Dell Publishing. He attended the Art Students League. In the 1930s, he briefly worked for the Max Fleischer animation studios and did illustrations art for Mickey Mouse Magazine and Disney merchandise.
www.lambiek.net/artists/w/woods_pete.htm 17/08/2018 Pete Woods, (USA). Pete Woods got his start in comics in April 1996 with an internship at Wildstorm under the guidance of Jim Lee. Over the years he has worked on a variety of projects, such as ‘Storm Watch’, ‘Excalibur’, ‘Deadpool’, ‘Robin’, ‘Batman: Detective Comics’, and ‘Catwoman’. Together with his wife Rebecca and several other artists from the Portland area, he joined forces to create Mercury Studio in 2002.
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Beer Garage : A place not just having great beer but delicious food too!
Review / Beer Garage : A place not just having great beer but delicious food too! Beer Garage : A place not just having great beer but delicious food too! March 5, Review , Invited Review Leave a Comment
Good Food paired with alcohol is always the best combination. And Beer Garage is definitely the place for delicious light food and snacks as well.
And in Beer Garage, they surprised us with their wide choices of food variety which includes Chinese, Western, Indian and more.
And in here, we really enjoyed their delicious cuisine. We started our meals with the Cantonese Fried Kuey Teow . The creamy eggy broth is perfectly served with their koay teow. The aromatic char taste of the koay teow is well paired with the eggy broth
Next, we had the delicious Stir Fried Roasted Pork where the pork is perfectly roasted till perfection. It is then stir fried till perfection with the dried chilies , and onions. We love the aromatic taste of the roasted pork especially the light spiciness which indeed enhanced the overall flavours.
Chicken & Lamb Satay The chicken and lamb satay is another signature here. It comes with the aromatic and tender juicy meat. Dipped them with the creamy peanut sauce which comes to my favourite.
Spaghetti Aglio Olio Al-dente spaghetti which is perfectly tossed with olive oil, herbs, slices of mushrooms and sprinkled with the chili flakes. We love how the spaghetti is done and each mouthful of the spaghetti brings you with the light umph of spiciness.
Pizza Hawaii The thin crust pizza which is topped with the fragrant mozzarella cheese. Topped with some chicken meat and chunks of pineapple with it.
Grilled Chicken Chop The grilled chicken chop is one of my favorites for the night. The chicken chop comes simply tender and juicy with the aromatic char hint. The meat comes simply tender and moist which makes to our favorite as well.
Masala Pratal Wild Boar For some kick of spiciness, grab this Masala Pratal Wild Boar Curry where the curry comes simply aromatic with the herbs taste in it. I am loving the aromatic thick curry taste and it is perfect pairing with their bread.
The Tumeric Mutton Asides from that, you can also ordered their homemade Tumeric Mutton to go with their signature bread too.
Salt Crusted Grill Fish One of my favorite is the Salt Crusted Grill Fish. The Thai Favourites Delights to go for where the fish is perfectly grilled till perfection with loads of salt and also lemongrass. The Talapia fish comes simply fresh and the meat comes aromatic wih the hint of salt. Nicely done.
Steamed Squid Spicy Seafood Sauce As for the squid, I am having this the whole plate on my own. The fresh squids are well steamed together with the bursting spiciness from their seafood sauce. The burning sensation on the lips where they have chili padi in the dish itself.
BBQ Chicken Wing The bbq chicken wings is something to look forward here too. The chicken wings comes amazingly good with the aromatic char hint and every mouthful is divinely good.
And of course, being in Beer Garage a MUST to have is of course their selection of beers. Some of their beer selections includes Asahi from Japan, Connors from England, Carlsberg from Denmark and Blanc 1664 from France.
And don’t miss out their darts, snooker, poker and many more games in Beer Garage.
on Beer Garage, check out their facebook at https://www.facebook.com/beergaragemalaysia/
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