Best Malasadas in Hawaii – Leonard's Bakery – Honolulu, HI

What is a malasada you ask? Well, it is a pillow of love sent down from the Hawaiian Gods. Actually, it is the Hawaiian version of a donut sans the hole in the middle. It is a chunk of dough fried and tossed with sugar, cinnamon and sugar or Li hing sugar (dried plum –Continue reading “Best Malasadas in Hawaii – Leonard's Bakery – Honolulu, HI”

Hand Crafted Soups and Sandwiches in the Heart of Portland, OR – The Portland Soup Company

The Portland street food scene is amazing and everyone that is into food should check it out. One place that Kim and I missed on our first trip was the Portland Soup Company. We were lucky to find them open on the second trip and fully stocked with some amazing soups and sandwiches. On thisContinue reading “Hand Crafted Soups and Sandwiches in the Heart of Portland, OR – The Portland Soup Company”

With A Line that Long, it has to be Good – Nong's Khao Man Gai, Portland, OR

While in Portland checking out some of the city’s many food trucks and carts, I noticed a particular cart that had a line clearly longer than everyone else. It was a very simple cart, no fancy paint job, but with a huge line so I was intrigued and had to check it out. They offerContinue reading “With A Line that Long, it has to be Good – Nong's Khao Man Gai, Portland, OR”

Not Just Another Korean Fusion Cart – Best Bulkogi Fusion – Portland, OR

I was a bit cynical to try yet another Korean-Mexican “fusion” place, due to the oversaturation of wannabes that have popped up and greatly disappointed me, but none of the other carts in this particular Portland pod were tempting my palette on this day. I ordered pan-fried vegetable potstickers and chicken Kogi tacos. Wow, wasContinue reading “Not Just Another Korean Fusion Cart – Best Bulkogi Fusion – Portland, OR”

Hidden Pizzeria Serving up New York-Style Pies – Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Our last trip to Las Vegas, Kim and I stayed at the new Cosmopolitan Hotel on the Strip. They have a large number of restaurants and we had the chance to try a few of them. They have a hidden “Pizzeria” on the third floor, which is located down an unmarked hallway between two restaurants.Continue reading “Hidden Pizzeria Serving up New York-Style Pies – Cosmopolitan Las Vegas”