Fiery Thai curries? Feh.
Sweet sea urchin roe overnighted from Japan? Shrug.
Pork-stuffed banh mi from the local Vietnamese hole-in-the-wall? Yawn.
You love Asian food, but let's face it: your palate is jaded. Luckily, tantalizing bites are just a blog away.
At EatingAsia you can vicariously enjoy bowls of pan mee (soy-sauced noodles studded with pork) or ikan bakar (whole mackerel grilled in banana leaves), courtesy of writer Robyn Eckhardt and her photographer-husband David Hagerman.
The duo have been eating their way through Asia for over a decade, and they currently call Kuala Lumpur home. With tummies at the ready, they navigate from roadside stall to mom-and-pop wok shop, sussing out Malaysia's best eats.
Frequent travels take their feasting to places like Sumatra and Bhutan, and there's an entire category dedicated to outdoor food markets.
With a blow-by-blow of native ingredients and cooking techniques and vivid, gallery-worthy photos, EatingAsia takes your palate where it's never been.
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