An instagram journey exploring some of my favourite meals and drinks from around the world Malaysian seafood laksa – winter warmer Melbourne #seafoodlaksa #melbourne A post shared by overlander.tv (@overlandertv) on Feb 21, 2014 at 8:13pm PST Perfect rainy day dinner- seafood chowder and pint of wheat beer #Blenheim #speightsalehouse A post shared by overlander.tv […]
I recently traveled around the USA and Canada, and here is my pick of the best food and drink experiences. I hope you are ready, this trip is going to make you very fat 🙂 The Reel Inn, Malibu, LA Cajun mahi mahi, slaw and homestyle potatoes washed down with a Shock Top Belgium White […]
I tried a delicious combination of Cajun and Creole cooking at a local’s hotspot in New Orleans called Buffa’s. The Boudin Balls are deep fried sausage and rice balls in a creamy spicy crawfish sauce. Carolyn, who was sitting next to me at the bar, explains the difference between cajun and creole cuisines. Camerawork by […]
49 Food, drink and nightlife videos from around the world. Travel the world with overlander.tv. To see the playlist of all videos, click on playlist link in the top left hand corner of video player.
Recently in Dangriga, Belize I met up with Madeline at the Riverside Cafe. I joined her in the kitchen where she taught me some Garifuna recipes. The Garifuna are descendants of African shipwrecked slaves who interbred with the local Carib and Arawak people of St Vincent. When the British took over St Vincent from the […]
I visit Pat and Stell’s Beach Bar and Grill on Caye Caulker, where I meet Chef Kareem and learn the recipe for his Belizian Style Shrimp Stuffed Lobster. For the first time Kareem reveals the secret ingredients of this delectable dish. For the topping Kareem uses popcorn shrimp, butter, onion, bell peppers, breadcrumbs and his […]
I take a bicycle ride along Luang Prabang’s main street followed by a quick visit to the night market where I sample the local food and what can be bought at the various local stalls.
Giving the Bird to improper chopstick use! Our delightful and delectable Seoul host Minji, teaches us how to use chopsticks. She believes the middle finger is the key to correct chopstick control. Willing and eager student Mark tests out Minji’s methods with some interesting results.
I visit a 24 hour food court in Singapore called Kopitiam, where you can try a number of cheap dishes from a variety of different cultures. I try the Pig Organ Soup and try and describe it’s taste.