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Exuma and Little Exuma and Stocking Island

One pic has a 5-6’ Tiger shark that kept us from snorkeling there.
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Pastel de nata was really one of my surprise discoveries last year. It's surprisingly good for how simple it is.
 
Pastel de nata was really one of my surprise discoveries last year. It's surprisingly good for how simple it is.
just to clarify, the ones in macau (there are 3 bakeries), is a recipe based on the pastel de nata, but further tweaked by andrew stow in the late 1980's (the original macanese egg tart creator), tastes very different to the ones in portugal. both look more or less the same and i've tasted both in their respective countries/regions, and the macanese egg tart is way, way better. i have never found the lord stow forumla online, only speculated recipes.
 
just to clarify, the ones in macau (there are 3 bakeries), is a recipe based on the pastel de nata, but further tweaked by andrew stow in the late 1980's (the original macanese egg tart creator), tastes very different to the ones in portugal. both look more or less the same and i've tasted both in their respective countries/regions, and the macanese egg tart is way, way better. i have never found the lord stow forumla online, only speculated recipes.
Always stop by Lord Stow’s when in Asia. That dozen in a box never survives the car trip.
 
This is in Munich, near Viktualienmarkt. "Viktualien" is an old-fashioned term for produce. The market was establish in 1807, having moved from what today is the town square, Marienplatz.

The church is "Der Alte Peter" (old Peter). It is famous for its eight clock faces, which I mentioned previously.
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The market has pretty much every kind of produce imaginable. Vegetables, fruit, meat, game, poultry, cheese, breads, booze, you name it. And, of course, there is a beer garden :)
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A few pics of the stalls there:
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