It’s love at first bite in Norway’s Kitchens By Cindy-Lou Dale There’s a quiet culinary uprising catching on in Norway; a new-found pride and a change in attitude towards food traditions. This has given rise to the production of local and organic produce which people in the know claim are the result of their climatic […]
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Nigeria’s movie industry is the third-largest in the world after Hollywood and Bollywood. They are budget, direct-to-video flicks – but Africa’s millions are demanding more, and they simply can’t get enough. By Cindy-Lou Dale When I first read of Nigeria’s movie business producing hundreds of feature-length films every year, using digital cameras, I found the […]
Aunty finds the secret ingredient of Masala Chai By Cindy-Lou Dale “What is that spice?” I asked a Mumbai chaiwallah tea vendor. “That which the Aunty is tasting, is my mother’s very special recipe for Masala Chai,” he announced. When speaking to a person older than themselves, and as a sign of respect, Indian’s call […]
Parambikulam Tiger Reserve is home to some 400 families from indigenous tribes whose livelihoods are wholly dependent on the forests of the Reserve.
Chai as it Might, Coffee Can’t Topple Tea in India By Cindy-Lou Dale For centuries India has been considered a nation of tea drinkers, but in the past decade, coffee consumption has been on the rise. Is the chai losing out to the latte? At a small stand in the busy central business district of […]
Getting to Know Mumbai by the Bite By Cindy-Lou Dale A Mumbai food stall specializing in dosas. As iconic as New York City is to the USA, Mumbai is to India. This Alpha city is India’s financial powerhouse, one of the world’s top ten centers of commerce, and one of the most populous urban regions […]
Rafting in Bosnia: A Landscape of Incomparable Splendor By Cindy-Lou Dale En route to Mostar from Sarajevo, driving through a dizzying canyon, my guide, Sasha, decided to stop off at Konjic, a small town on the way. There was a man there, she claimed, I needed to meet. My trip to Bosnia was purely an […]