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Mapo Doufu Recipe, Spicy Tofu and Pork (in Japan, commonly called Mabo Doufu)

I’d like to introduce you to one of my favorite Chinese Dishes, Mapo Dofu. This recipe is from my Mom who learned it from a Chinese chef over 30 years ago. Over the years she has made a few changes here and there. The process is not that complicated, but this dish requires some specific Chinese ingredients and spices. But don’t worry. You can buy most of them at an Asian grocery store, or even in a big grocery store in the US or in some countries in Europe. I also tried to put suggestions for substitutes for some ingredients. I’ve lived in countries where these ingredients are not always available and I’ve learned to improvise and be a bit flexible when I cook. Some ingredients may seem unfamiliar at first but I’ll be introducing more recipes that use the same ingredients in the future. Before you know it you’ll Read full article…

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World Travel through the eyes of the Lonely Planet Bloggers

Let’s face it, I’m addicted to traveling the world and experiencing as many new places as I can. I’m addicted to transitions, to change, to compelling stories told over beer…well maybe its the beer I’m addicted to.  Amazingly there is a whole group of travel bloggers who feel the same way about world travel (and hopefully about beer too). A few months back many of you probably noticed that I was accepted into Lonely Planet’s Blogsherpa Program where everything I write is syndicated on the Lonely Planet’s website. Very cool, right? What’s even better than being syndicated on Lonely Planet? Getting to know all the other bloggers who have been accepted. Recently we have begun to exercise our collective creativity and have come together on a number of projects, including a possible anthology of our travel stories  and a photo book (don’t worry you’ll hear more about these later). This Read full article…

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Introducing K's Kitchen: Good food for good times

As a start to a beautiful new week I would like to introduce a new section to Todd’s Wanderings, K’s Kitchen, and my lovely wife Kay who will be doing the writing. People don’t usually get married because of their future mother-in-laws, but in my case Kay’s mom was a fantastic part of the deal. She is one of the sweetest women I know and a fantastic cook to boot. Besides cooking excellent Japanese food (she’s a Japanese mom after all), she is also an expert Chinese cook! Luckily, all this talent and homemade recipes, were transferred to Kay. Yes, I am a lucky man. In K’s Kitchen, Kay will introduce a variety of international recipes that she loves. She’ll begin with some of our favorite Japanese and Chinese food and will move on to homemade recipes from the places we live and travel to. Kay’s mom has graciously allowed Read full article…

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As you probably now realize my website looks slightly different. I have moved from Blogger to my very own website…paid for by the bottles I can collect on the street. I am very excited about this move, as I am able to upgrade the website and deliver new content and options for all of  you. The down side is, as with any move, things break and are sometimes lost. In other cases things get thrown out…because they were old, no good in the first place and should have been kicked to the curb ages ago. So, please bear with me as I customize the new and improved Todd’s Wanderings, bring back old features and introduce some new ones. Please note the new web address: www.toddswanderings.com Yes, I know, very professional! I promise this message will be gone soon and replaced with a new travel article. Your blurry eyed editor, writer, Read full article…

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Yes, I have been silent for four and a half months. My only defense is that my blog (well actually my life) is dependent on me wandering…and I have certainly been on the move. Since I last graced the world wide web in May, I have traveled to Geneva, planned a wedding from half-way around the world, taken numerous trips around Sri Lanka, handed in my resignation, published a long report on high security zones, packed up my house in Sri Lanka and saw my fiance move to Kosovo, was published in a journal, ended my tenure with COHRE, traveled to Japan, got married in the US, traveled back to Japan for receptions with friends and family, returned to Sri Lanka to hand over our house, and finally moved to Kosovo (actually I am still waiting for my plane in the Vienna airport as I write this). Now, with a Read full article…

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2007 in Retrospect

Before we move any deeper into 2008 I want to take a moment to reflect on everything that happened in 2007. As we get older time can seem to slip by without us noticing. Each year gets progressively faster and the refrain “where did the time go?” wets our dry lips ever more frequently. Some psychologists think that time appears to move faster as we age because we stop creating as many new experiences. Our memory skips over details that we have become accustomed to: driving, eating, sleeping, playing. Even new experiences are built upon previously ones and the brain doesn’t record the full depth of each moment. We used to have summers that lasted forever when we were kids, and now full years fly by and blur into each other. I can safely say that 2007 was full of new experiences and as rich as any other year of Read full article…

I am proud to say that after an extended break Todd’s Wanderings has undergone a complete face lift. My life has been very hectic since I last posted in May, including starting a new job working with Human Rights. Just getting settled in took longer than I expected and my posts suffered due to it. Now that I am back I have decided to share not only photos of my life but also a little more about me for those readers I have never met. The initial concept of this blog was to keep my friends and family up to date on my wanderings and my various adventures. I have now opened up the blog to anyone who wants to read and comment on it. My posts will still mostly be about trips I have taken, using photographs to tell the various stories. However, I will also be commenting on Read full article…

After taking a short break from updating this blog, not wandering, I am back and ready to fill everyone in. In fact the whole reason I have been negligent on keep the blog up to date is exactly because I have been wandering so much. There have been some changes to Todd’s Wanderings, the most major being that I have opened access to everyone. I have also added a permanent link to a photo exhibit on a 1,200 km Japanese pilgrimage I walked. More changes will follow, and more content will be added so check back frequently. So….Please stay tuned for an exciting recap of the past 3 months which will include, climbing up the highest mountain in East Timor, surfing in Bali, scuba diving in the gili islands in Indonesia, moving to Sri Lanka, visiting Dickewella and the amazing Dickwella dancers, the Sri Lankan cultural triangle and getting charged Read full article…

Dec 042006
From the Beginning....

Hi Everyone, Ok, here is the first in what I hope will be a number of blog entries to keep you all informed about my life here. After struggling with a couple of programs (they kept mixing up my pictures) I hope this blog will turn out ok. These first few post are an attempt to catch you all up on my life here as I have been very lazy about keeping in touch. I also did not want to subject all of you to mass e-mails that none of you were going to read anyway. This way you can read about my time here if you like or just look at the pretty pictures for those of you who don’t read so good…. So here is the quick update. I was in San Francisco for 3 months working with the Asia Foundation. This led to an opportunity to start Read full article…

Dec 042006

Hi Everyone, I am sorry there are no posts for you to see yet. I am having some technical issues that need to be resolved. This will just require time and a bit of patience on my side considering the internet at work….I mean at home…yeah that’s it, is not all that fast. Please check back over the weekend by which time I hope to have everything figured out in time for my Bali, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Bali, Lombok, Flores, Komodo, Bali, East Timor odyssey. Thanks,Todd Share

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