Foods and Fancieshttp://foodsandfancies.blogspot.com
After visiting 17 countries, growing up in 2, and growing up too much in 3, my taste buds have developed a constant tickle, and my tickle bone a constant tingle. Emotional eating and cross-cultural cohabitation define my existence, and nothing gives me more joy than having a fantabulous meal bursting with flavour and stamping me as a wannabe global citizen. I am currently a student, drudging my way through textbooks and YouTube videos, trying to up my pseudo-intellect. Having not won Kaun Banega Crorepati (Who Wants to be a Millionaire in Hindi) yet, I have an affinity towards that dark dingy roadside stall with the world's best Schezwan noodles for 25 Rupees (about half a US Dollar at the time of writing this). Having been fortunate to spend the last few years travelling for work and education, I have collected precious gems from around the world - great meals for less PTSD (post-traumatic spending disorder). I want to share these gems with you. So that you can sample the fare, taste the tingle, and leave those beautiful places knowing you didn't miss out on the local cuisine because you couldn't spare the time or cash. So indulge. Stay hungry, stay foolish, and eat dessert first.