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Bangkok Post: Swissôtel Le Concorde

Zipporah Gene heads off-the-beaten track for a fabulous five star taste of the festive season, sans the painfully hefty price tag, at the Swissôtel Le Concorde’s 204 Bistro & Bar   For the full article, follow the link to the Bangkok Post’s website. And so that concludes my publications for Christmas and New Year’s. As well as making some really good friends, I have to say that I really enjoyed every second of it. My waistline is in need of some tough love but, judging by all the pictures, you’ll all agree with me that it was worth it. Words and Photographs (on article) by Zipporah Gene © Post Publishing PCL. All rights reserved   Advertisements

Bangkok Post: Yamazato at The Okura Prestige

Simple, elegant and insanely delicious…Zipporah Gene makes her pilgrimage, for a culinary adventure in the elite art of Kaiseki cuisine My obsession with 日本料理 (nihonryōri/ Japanese food) stretches further back than I can even remember. I love the care, I love the attention to detail, I’m enthralled by the maddening meticulousness. It’s often likened to haute cuisine, but I believe that it’s in a league all of its own. When I found out that I’d be trying the world famous dishes from Yamazato, I practically wet myself with excitement. The experience proved beyond my expectation and only served to deepen my love for Kaiseki cuisine. It’s on my list of things I want to try my hand at, even if I will only ever scratch the surface. For the full article, follow the link to the Bangkok Post’s website. Words and photographs by Zipporah Gene. © Post Publishing PCL. All rights reserved.

Bangkok Post: A Winter Extravaganza

I came, I saw… I ate my entire body weight in lamb. All my friends are sick to death of hearing it, but I’m awfully proud of my first ever front pager. To me, this will always be a reminder that I can do what I love, enjoy it immensely and get recognition for it. Writing is something that I feel to my core, whether it’s talking about food, travel, life or the nitty gritty of politics and identity; when I write, I am more. I got lucky and was allowed, by the lovely guys over at the Bangkok Post, to try out some of the best events that the festive season had to offer. My first assignment was the Glasshouse at Sindhorn. For the full article, follow the link to the Bangkok Post’s website. Written by Zipporah Gene © Post Publishing PCL. All rights reserved.