This is a memoir about two of the three greatest loves in my life: FOOD and TRAVEL.
But not just any food. And not just any ole’ travel. I was born with wanderlust. At the age of 1 I had my first passport (still in my possession) and at the age of 2 I had my first visa: to Australia. Since then I have been lost in the amazement of distant places, the people that are connected to them, the road that took me there, the traditions we shared, and the food I ate.
My adventures have taken me across 5 continents and over 40 countries. I’ve lived and worked in 7 of those (and counting). Home is everywhere yet nowhere in particular.
When I am not engaging in mischief abroad, I am enjoying cuisine of all kinds, trying to re-create recipes and master my own. And where does a Pamplemousse come in, you may ask? When I moved to Belgium it was the only word I knew. I didn’t even know how to say my name, but I did know how to say “grapefruit” in French. And this was the start to many a prêter à confusion!
I hope the stories and recipes inspire you to get out there and experience the wild and wonderful places & kitchens this world has to offer*
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