Serving the story of seafood

'This kula fish comes from Laem Krabi area in Krabi province. The man who caught it is a local fishermen named Bang Meng," explains Supaporn Anuchiracheeva, a representative of Earth Net Foundation, as she picks the threadfin fish from an ice tray. Then she continued with the detailed background of the catch.
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Food Lover's Guide to Maui

Hawaii has a lot to offer food lovers, and Maui in particular is undergoing a culinary renaissance. Now more than ever, there are farms, festivals, food trucks, and fine dining that will delight foodies of all stripes. Adventurous Foodies You’ll be hungry when you fly into Kahului, and luckily, less than ten minutes from the airport is Poi by the Pound (385 Hoohana St.; 808-283-9381), which opened last year and serves legitimate local food. The Hawaiian mix plate can easily serve two people: It comes with kalua pork, laulau, chicken long rice, lomi lomi salmon, poke, poi, and scoops of rice and
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World's Best Hot-Air Balloon Rides

Since it first took flight in 1783, the hot-air balloon has been one of the most unique ways to see the world’s spectacular settings from above. Whether you’re gliding over the stupas in Bagan, marveling at the idyllic Lake District in England, or taking in the arid landscape of Sedona, a balloon ride, the oldest form of aerial transportation, is sure to be the highlight of any trip. True aficionados should visit the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in October, but there are plenty of breathtaking rides to be taken around the world throughout the year. Little romance remains in air
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Sri Lanka's Best Boutique Hotels

Sri Lanka—one of the destinations on the Fodor's Go List 2015—has been steadily climbing its way back to the top of many travelers’ wish lists thanks to its diverse scenery, fantastic food, and fascinating history. When looking for a place to stay, forget the big-name brands—though they exist, with more large properties to come later this year. Instead, turn your attention to charming colonial-era hotels that tell the island’s story, efectively transporting travelers to the spice-trade days of old-world architecture and warm Sri Lankan hospitality. For a stay that's just as unique as this tiny nation, check into one of
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Europe's best food festivals

From oyster shucking shindigs in Ireland to a formaggi festival in Italy, this is where Europe goes to do more than just eatTags: Food and drinkfestivals
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