Some of the amazing, authentic and exotic food I’ve tried thanks to Chefugee
In honor of Thai Coronation Day, here’s my go-to pad thai recipe
A look back at my mother’s “bizarre” culinary adventures that could out-foodie any self-described foodie
More than a few people have asked me how the idea of Chefugee came about, and I always tell them that it all began with boxing lessons.
Author Mark Besas talks about the strange but true stories in his bestselling book, “Hidden Madrid”
A night out in Madrid leads to a chance encounter with one of dem “Travel Influencers”
Running the opposite direction from Madrid’s gastrobars offering fusion food, I take a mini tapas tour with bestselling author of “Hidden Madrid”, Mark Besas. Snails anyone?
I sat down for dinner with a refugee family in Madrid and learned how to cook a traditional leafy dish.
Not all Asians use chopsticks, young grasshopper. But if you’re going to post photos of rice bowls with chopsticks, at least style it right!
“Excite your friends and baffle your enemies” was the small note attached to this recipe when I first got it from one of my best friends years ago, when I had just moved to Madrid and was really jonesing for Filipino food. This is a twist to the traditional adobo recipe, whose secret lies in…
Forget Netflix and Chill, I was in the middle of a Netflix and Cry session just as my boyfriend walked in on me. “You ok? What are you watching?” he asked. Wiping my tear-streaked cheeks and tearing a hole through my Kleenex, I replied, “Chef’s Table, Season 3!” *Sniff* Indeed, David Gelb, the creator of that…
Read it here while the digital ink’s still wet! (P.S. Good to know that my former journo colleagues – “The Writers Bloc” as we called us Gen-Xers – have now all moved up as editors in big publications. 🙂 )