Posts in category "One-Time Cuisine Analysis"

There’s not a restaurant, but there’s still food: Moldova (I think)

Hey, let’s get back at it, shall we? With my wife in town for a few weeks and the Blackhawks being busy causing shouts of joy and rage (along with stressful evenings that put you past your bedtime) for the past few months, the gaps between posts have grown a bit.  Hopefully now that things... Read more »

There’s not a restaurant, but there’s still food: Singapore

Another one-off cuisine.  It wasn’t planned this way, but I think I went looking for something on a Tuesday and I was a little bit surprised to find that a few places on my list are closed on Tuesdays.  (Either that or I was feeling lazy or perhaps mismanaged my time a little bit, I... Read more »

There’s not a restaurant, but there’s still food: Tunisia

     I haven’t done a one-off dish in a while so I think I’m overdue.  I’ve been trying to balance things geographically and I want to do the same in terms of pacing for the one-off dishes.  There are a handful of these one-offs in Chicago and I want to make sure I’m not... Read more »
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There’s not a restaurant, but there’s still food: Cambodia

    I’m a little behind with the posts, as I’ve hit up two places since posting the recent summary.  The first one was getting a Cambodian dish at a place called Noodles Party (great name — I’d go to tons of food parties if I knew about them) on 4205 W. Lawrence in Albany... Read more »

There’s not a restaurant, but there’s still food: Norway (kinda sorta)

Mmmkay, soooooo, this one’s maybe a bit of a stretch. My wife is out of town, so my initial plan was to profile a place with meat-heavy cuisine.  But I made a handful of phone calls today and got nowhere, other than some voice mails and some mentions to try another day.  So I went... Read more »

My Kenyan dish: some corrections

Whoops. After my post on Kenyan food and subsequent tweet about it, I received some really helpful feedback both from a reader named Jim00 and a responder on Twitter regarding the dish I ate.  I’ll break it down below. First off, it’s not spelled “yamashoma” but rather “nyama choma”.  So there’s that.  Second off, “ugali”... Read more »
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There’s not a restaurant, but there’s still food: Kenya

This is a first in regards to a new blogging category for me.  I’m going to write a one-off post about a specific cuisine this time, rather than a few.  The reason being is among the 89 countries’ worth of cuisines here that I counted, there were a handful for which I couldn’t find a... Read more »