Hiatus, Hiatus Retrospect: 2013 Thailand Vegetarian Festival (Chiang Mai, Pai & Bangkok)

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150+ Photos of the 2013 Thailand Vegetarian Festival, taken in Pai, Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Continue reading

Making sense of VeganMoFo 2014

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The gist: my plans for VeganMoFo2014 include some travel essays, seasonal eats and probably a social media marketing rant or two. Stay tuned, kids. Continue reading

Greetings from New York City

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How to cure heat stroke with vegan sushi? Continue reading

24 Hours in Seattle: Pickles, Donuts & Downpour

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Oh, hello there! Here’s 24 hours worth of everything the post title says, plus, lunch at In the Bowl in Seattle. Continue reading

Live from the Northwest Pickle Tour!

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I like pickles. Continue reading

Asia Scenic Goes Vegan: My Day at One of Chiang Mai’s Thai Cooking Schools

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Another fond look back at the hiatus, and my experience at Chiang Mai’s Asia Scenic Cooking Class. Curry appreciation, galore. Continue reading

The Hiatus, Hiatus in Cocktails & Coconuts

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Presenting the Hiatus, Hiatus in Cocktails, Coconuts, Coffee, Juice, Tea & Beer, shown in near chronological order from the digital archives…so…very…many…photos…. Continue reading

Hashtagging the Hiatus: Scenes from Cambodia & Thailand

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Are you curious about this so-called “Hiatus, Hiatus” that’s being referenced? Perhaps, you don’t have an Instagram account…or, you’ve found yourself wishing you could see all of Jess and Julia’s Instagram photos from their travels in one place but are slightly too lazy or not creepy enough to figure it out?
You’re in luck (ya weirdo)! Here are some of the highlights from our two-month adventures in Thailand and Cambodia. Enjoy… Continue reading

Jet Lag & Autumn Leaves

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Touching base after the grand hiatus, from deep in Portland’s Autumn….I don’t remember much about our first morning back, after a dear friend dropped us off back home. We unpacked a little, hugged our gigantic cats, and after briefly debating passing out or if either of us had the energy to walk down the street to New Seasons, I hobbled into the kitchen, sliced garlic in what felt like slow motion, grabbed some dried chili peppers, and put on some water to boil for the capellini I spotted above the fridge in the pasta jar. Continue reading