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The Travelling Chopsticks
Feb 6th, 2014 Posted by

The Travelling Chopsticks

Armed with a suitcase and a spatula, Alex Estrada from foodie travel blog The Travelling Chopsticks eats her way around the world; posting recipes, restaurant and hotel reviews, and travel experiences along the way. The British-Swede grew up in Singapore and has also lived in the UK, Mexico and Brazil, sprouting…

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
Dec 19th, 2013 Posted by

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

For all you last minute Lucy’s out there who have yet to buy your holiday gifts, naughty naughty.  Are you waiting for the elves to do your work for you? Well, have no fear, The HUNT is here with some nifty places to score fabulous and artisanal gifts. Read on…

SOXKS – Give Your Feet a Treat

  Arthur Burnand and Matt Bowden are sock connoisseurs. The dapper duo are both hardworking corporate cats who have a penchant for below the belt necessities. We’re talking the kind that cover your…um…feet. The result is SOXKS, a fun, vibrant take on the usually dour, plain black variety. The HUNT…

MOVEMBER – FACIAL ATTRACTION

So we’ve hit the landmark mid-way point in Movember, and in case you’ve been living under a rock or in Timbuktu, you’ll probably have noticed an increase of furry faces on the streets… No, it’s not Burt Reynolds tribute month, it’s all in aid of men’s health and raising awareness…

Unique Interior Shops Around the World

There’s nothing better than sitting down with a cup of tea, sipped in that one-of-a-kind antique porcelain cup from a Parisian flea market, and reminiscing over langorous days enjoying multiple croissants and café au laits. Or snuggling up on the couch, reclining against those well-worn Ikat-print cushions, bought for a song…

WOK N’STROLL with Karni Tomer, Food Explorer

The affable, Israeli-born Karni is a self-professed food explorer. When she moved to the Lion City five years ago, she made it her mission to eat her way through the markets, hawker stalls and local restaurants of Singapore.  She is a smiling culinary beacon that will lead you through the…

Carry On – The Rise of The Leather Satchel Co

I’m obsessed with handbags. I absolutely adore bags of all kind- this season’s oversized clutches, minaudieres, totes, hobos, messengers, slings… You get my drift. But the bags that get pulled out of my closet time and time again are the larger, more practical ones that can fit everything but the…

Meals on Wheels – The Food Truck Revolution

First it was Fro-Yo. Then it was cupcakes. Dessert bars started popping up like mushrooms in a forest. Peruvian cuisine became muy caliente. Tapas sharing plates became de riguer, Foraging for your food in Scandinavia is now considered a gastronomic experience, rather than the byproduct of a camping trip. And…

RONIN
Jul 26th, 2013 Posted by

RONIN

Canadian-born Matt Abergel has had Hong Kong’s foodies in a frenzy since launching Yardbird two years ago. They found success and critical acclaim with brilliantly simple chicken-only yakitori with a twist, in their stark, loud, sceney, Brooklyn-esque venue on Bridges street, which instantly became the hottest table in town. Now…

Artisan Boatworks
Jul 5th, 2013 Posted by

Artisan Boatworks

I grew up in a boating family. Every July I was sent on a week-long sailing course in the Swedish archipelago. Swedes are a hardy, sea faring people and I remember one particular “summer” when I was tossed into 11 degree waters for a routine swimming test. Besides me, none…