Day 84: Korean-Uzbek Cuisine

Korean food is Uzbek food.  Uzbek food is Korean food.  Well... in Uzbekistan it is.  These two cultures are now inseparably intertwined to the point that Korean food has become part of the Uzbek national cuisine.  There must be over a hundred Korean restaurants in the Uzbek capital Tashkent serving all the standard favorites.  Kimchi … Continue reading Day 84: Korean-Uzbek Cuisine

Noryangjin Fish Market (노량진수산시장)

Some may call it an aquarium of death, others a seafood lover's paradise. Whatever your inclination, a visit to Seoul's Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market is a one of a kind experience you won't soon forget. PashbyMaul Adventures was in Seoul for a conference last November, and with precious little free time explore the city, we had … Continue reading Noryangjin Fish Market (노량진수산시장)

PashbyMaul Adventures – Update

It's been six months since our last post. An epic failure on our part to keep our followers updated on life in Uzbekistan. This time last year, we were nearing the end of our "Last 100 Days in Italy" series, as we prepared to continue the great PashbyMaul adventure in Central Asia. Here's what you've missed: … Continue reading PashbyMaul Adventures – Update

Day 28: Creating a Perfect Korean-Italian Feast

Yesterday we were faced with the rain AND several road closures in Vicenza with the Giro d'Italia as we welcomed two beautiful friends to The Veneto. Obviously we ascertained that the best activity for the afternoon was wine tasting at Ca'Rugate. What was there to do after sampling 10 fine wines?  The answer was to allow … Continue reading Day 28: Creating a Perfect Korean-Italian Feast