Cambodia, Expat, Food, lifestyle, Music, Phnom Penh, Travel

Burns Supper; magic.

Credit: David Pinho

Credit: David Pinho

This Saturday the 25th of January marked a special day for the Scots in my life, Phnom Penh, and across the globe: Burns Day.

To celebrate this honored date,¬†Little Kitchen– Cooking for Change partnered up with a few good lads to host a memorable evening in honor of Robert Burns for the first time in the Charming City. Little Kitchen provides a monthly culinary event that brings people together who share a love for food, interaction, and education while supporting social and humanitarian activities in the local Cambodian community. Held at Meta House, each event is devoted to a particular country or region’s cuisine along with presentations and on some occasions, performances.

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Expat, Fashion, Food, Music, Travel

WUPP.

WUPP July

When I first jetted into Phnom Penh, I remember seeing a little magazine called ‘Whats Up Phnom Penh’, better known as WUPP, with it’s hot pink letters, black background, and stark cover photo all over the place.

I had the chance to meet with Antony, one member of the WUPP team, when I was working at .BEYOND (interiors) and eventually began writing for them. On their third month in publication- I was on board.

Now that we (WUPP and I) have been in Cambodia for almost a year or longer, I’ve got a special place in my heart for the teensy magazine, doing big work covering a lot of businesses and staying as up to date as possible with all things happening on the PP scene.

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Art, Cambodia, Expat, Food, Phnom Penh, Travel

Little Kitchen: Basque. From June 22, 2013.

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A fantastic evening with Little Kitchen full of mouthwatering Basque fare supporting M’Lup Russey was enjoyed on June 22nd for yet another successful and enjoyable Little Kitchen event at Meta House.

“Revenues benefit M’Lup Russey- LNGO which works on providing emergency foster-care to children who have been separated from their families, with the aim of supporting their reintegretion into their biological families where appropriate, as well as supporting young people who leave orphanages to start a safe and¬†independent life.” –Little Kitchen

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