Food Around The World

Beijing Craft Beer Guide

Beijing Craft Beer Guide

How to Drink Well In Beijing The scene surrounding craft beer in Beijing isn’t quite as active as it is in your average US city, but it’s growing like crazy! Welcome to the Ultimate Beijing Craft Beer Guide! This post will continue to grow alongside the […]

Tucson Budget Food Guide

Tucson Budget Food Guide

El Sinaloense Get the Sonoran dog! It’s a bacon wrapped hot dog with beans, veg and a slew of sauces. Cost: $2.75 Robert’s Restaurant Robert’s Restaurant has been cooking up made-from-scratch breakfasts and lunches since the 70’s! Every single thing is good, but the cinnamon […]

Eating Peking Duck In Beijing, China

Eating Peking Duck In Beijing, China

The Dining Experience Eating Peking duck in Beijing is something you’ve got to add to your bucket list! I had seen plenty of bright red ducks hanging from shop windows in San Francisco’s Chinatown, but I had no idea what the actual dining process was like […]

Exotic Fruit Taste Test

Exotic Fruit Taste Test

I Bought Lots Of Weird Fruit In China At the time this video was filmed, I was living in the Chaoyang District in Beijing. We were just inside the 3rd ring of the city which is fairly central (there are 6). The apartment was terrible, but the […]

10 Must-Try Chinese Dishes

10 Must-Try Chinese Dishes

I’ve been saving tons of vegan recipes on Pinterest lately to try out in my new kitchen (AHHH!!), but I can’t help but reminisce about what I used to eat while I was living in China. Here is a list of 10 things I think every foodie […]

Chinese Snacks Taste Test [Part 2]

Chinese Snacks Taste Test [Part 2]

It’s here! Part 2 of the Chinese Snacks Taste Test video series! If you haven’t seen part 1, you may want to start there, so I’ll leave an extremely long link for you – that should be good. I tasted some truly revolting things in the […]

Chinese Snacks Taste Test [Part 1]

Chinese Snacks Taste Test [Part 1]

If you think moving to China is adventurous, wait ’til you see the list of Chinese snacks I tasted in my latest YouTube video. Chinese snacks range from typical American gas station fare (Lays potato chips, Dove chocolate), to exotic treats that the average American […]

48 Hours In Shanghai

48 Hours In Shanghai

I have some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that all those pictures, blog posts, and video of our hiking adventures in Huangshan (AKA Yellow Mountain) that I promised last week are not going to happen, because we never even made it to our […]

Goldstar Cafe, Nanjing Review

Goldstar Cafe, Nanjing Review

Walking around looking for a place to grab a sit-down meal is a really interesting experience right now. Here’s how the conversation tends to go: Eric: I’m totally open – where do you want to eat? Me: I’m totally open, too. Up to you! Eric: […]