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· February, 2008

Stories about Food from February, 2008

Japan: Tokyo’s Mobile Food Bars

Japan: Poisoned Dumpling Blame Game

Trinidad & Tobago: Chinese “Pow”

Jamaica: Service Culture?

Sierra Leone: Binkolo Growth Center

Paraguay: The Craft of Goat Cheese

Exchange Student ‘Starved’ in Egypt

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Land Lover

Burkina Faso: teachable moments, missing bathrooms and road rage

Pity the school teachers of the Peace Corps. While their compatriots toiling in health clinics or with micro-credit programs pretty much work loose hours and come and go from social...

Kuwait: Largest Chili's in the World

Singapore: Japanese Food Bazaar

Central African Republic: Farmers struggle to rebuild lives

Amit Gupta: A self confessed geek

Amit Gupta is a software engineer who works as a web applications architect in India and is a self confessed geek, in other words, someone who literally lives, breathes, sleeps...

Soviet History: ‘Vdokhnovenie’ Chocolate

Trinidad & Tobago: Save the Dolphins

Macau: A gastronomic tour

Peru: National Treasures – Pisco Sours, Ceviche and Cumbia

Peru is often known for its archaeological treasures such as Machu Picchu. Others point to its natural and ecological treasures of the Amazon or Andes Mountains. Some bloggers have taken...

Thailand: Rats on the Menu

East Africa: Stay away from falling coconuts

Haiti: Dying of Hunger

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