Foreign Flavors

The Origins of: Mo Mo

“Think about you when I’m goin’ to bed. When I wake up, think of you again." -- Becky G, musician (Obviously talking about Mo Mo) “I’ll have more Mo Mo please!” This seemed to be a common theme throughout our time in Nepal. I think within a ten day span we each probably consumed fifty of… Continue reading The Origins of: Mo Mo

Trek & Transit

Trek & Transit: Halong Bay

The infamous rainforest covered peaks of a staggering 1,900 limestone islands pop out of nowhere in the foggy distance of Vietnam. The massive bay itself spans for 1,553 square kilometers, which to me, is unfathomable. We were able to only see a small area during our one day, one night cruise.  A small crew, including… Continue reading Trek & Transit: Halong Bay

Foreign Flavors

The Origins of: Bánh Mì

The french baguette, the pâté, a smear of cheese and coriander, cucumbers and carrots. A masterpiece in my eyes and a frequented meal by Vietnamese and foreigners alike. Although the term ‘Bánh mì” in Vietnamese means bread, the phrase sparks similar imagines in most minds (and stomachs). A perfectly toasted elongated, warm dough. Baked to… Continue reading The Origins of: Bánh Mì