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The best travel locations for foodies around the world.

  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 2 years ago
    Delicious and Different Egyptian Cuisine

    Delicious and Different Egyptian Cuisine

    Egyptian cuisine offers food that's mostly grown or available in Egypt. The food here is a culinary adventure and a real taste treat. Egyptians in Egypt eat really well and nutritious. Meat is normally roasted or grilled, whole or ground, and the main meat choices are chicken and lamb. There are a lot of cows, but mostly they are used to help out on the farms.
  • Morgan E. Westling
    Published 2 years ago
    Ways to Eat Healthy While on the Road

    Ways to Eat Healthy While on the Road

    If you have been on a road trip before, you probably know all too well that it’s hard to eat well on the road. Junk food is the main option at every gas station, and when you’re in the car, you’re bored; so of course, being bored is going to leave you feeling hungrier than ever. Eating healthy is particularly hard on the road, when you’re away from your normal routine and healthy food choices just aren’t as easy to grab and go with. However, if you’re truly committed to eating healthy while on the road, it’s totally possible to make good food choices when road tripping.
  • Brittney Hudkins
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Halloween Treats at Disneyland and California Adventures

    Best Halloween Treats at Disneyland and California Adventures

    How could you possibly make the most magical place on earth even more magical? You guessed it, incorporate Halloween! One of the greatest qualities about Disneyland and California Adventures, and what makes people enjoy these amusement parks, is the fact that you are surrounded by this childlike fantasy land where none of your "adult" problems even matter—the food included. Along with the spooky additions to the attractions, people are looking forward to devouring these ghoulish treats scattered around the park. Disney has found a way to get us to continuously anticipate the holidays and spending a good amount of money on this enchanting place of happiness. First walking through the entrance, you instantly become overwhelmed with all these holiday themed goodies and you don't want to miss out on any of them. Where do you start? Here's a little guide to what the best treats are and where you can get them.
  • Steven Altman
    Published 2 years ago
    Coffee, Culture, & Countries—Part 1

    Coffee, Culture, & Countries—Part 1

    Growing up in Canada, Tim Hortons is the place to go. (This will be debated now and yes I know it’s not the same, but we, as Canadians, are known for it). From the red paper cups, to the simple brown bags that our food is given in, it has always been a stop I make before I leave the country and immediately upon arrival. When I see that sign, I become nostalgic of home and all the great qualities about it. From the hockey name to the winter time designs it is hard to miss a spot as iconic as Tim Hortons. On a personal note it reminds me of friends, family, new opportunities and deep conversations. It was a place to bond, to think and most of all relax. To this day, the advertisements express community, a Canadian identity, one that is united by the cold winters but warm coffee and smiles of familiar faces. It’s the 5 AM drives to practice with your parents, the spot to meet up with friends when you first learned to drive. The place to both start and finish a day with the people you care about. It is not surprising when you know the origins of the chain. Tim Horton was a player for the Toronto Maple Leafs. In a weird way, it symbolizes the stereotype for Canadians as winter and hockey being at our core. But for me, no matter where I am in the world it will always remind me of the Great White North.
  • Samantha Reid
    Published 2 years ago
    I Tried Kangaroo...

    I Tried Kangaroo...

    There are often mixed opinions when it comes to wild game. Some people love it and some people get awfully squeamish at the idea of eating Bambi or roo.
  • Matthew Hutchison
    Published 2 years ago
    6 Unmissable Cafes in Porto
  • Matthew Hutchison
    Published 2 years ago
    7 of the Best Places to Eat in Porto

    7 of the Best Places to Eat in Porto

    More famous for its port wine than its food culture, Porto is nonetheless a real gem for any foodie. With exquisite seafood, a mix of Portuguese and world cuisine, and a surprising array of vegetarian and vegan options, Porto’s food scene really does cater for everyone.
  • Linda K Silsby
    Published 2 years ago
    Top 10 Foods to Eat While in Hawaii

    Top 10 Foods to Eat While in Hawaii

    What is the first thing that pops in your head when you think of Hawaii? The beaches? The scenery? The guys and ladies? What about the FOOD? Yes! The food. You can't go to Hawaii without trying the amazing food they have to offer! Here are my top 10 foods you have to try while you are in Hawaii!
  • Frederica Angelina
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Dessert Spots in Los Angeles!

    Best Dessert Spots in Los Angeles!

    Whether you're a local or a visitor in the Los Angeles area, it's important to include some good desserts in your trip or just your everyday life! Everyone knows that dessert is the best part of any meal, and if you clicked on this article you most likely agree! In no particular order, here are the best places to get a sweet bite in the LA area.
  • Philip P.
    Published 2 years ago
    Perfect Meals for Summer Camping

    Perfect Meals for Summer Camping

    Summer is in full bloom and there are many adventures waiting for you, if you are ready to take on the feat of becoming friends with nature, by living, even though briefly, in the great outdoors.
  • Anthony Beal
    Published 2 years ago
    Eight Foods You Won't Believe Have a Museum Devoted to Them

    Eight Foods You Won't Believe Have a Museum Devoted to Them

    Food museums channel our fascination with cooking and food manufacturing methods, offering us a window into how our ability to master them has evolved throughout history. While most well-known museums of this sort tend to focus on the broader strokes of the science, mechanics, and artistry of food prep and enjoyment, many choose more specific areas of focus. For every Museum of Food and Drink or New York Food Museum, there seems to be a growing number of institutions devoted to spreading the gospel of a single food item like the ones shared here.
  • Sheethal Vijay
    Published 2 years ago
    Set Out on a Gastronomically Gratifying Food Journey in Singapore

    Set Out on a Gastronomically Gratifying Food Journey in Singapore

    If you are a foodie traveller like me, you'll fall in love with this destination. During my recent visit to Singapore, I had the opportunity to experience their delicious cuisine. From hawker centres to the Michelin star restaurants, foodie travel is a big scene here in Singapore. Their food heritage is a combination of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, and Indonesian influences. As a tourist, be sure to try the local food at the local eateries and make a checklist (more like a bucket list) of the places to dine out during your itinerary. Authentic Singaporean Cuisine is an explosion of flavours and every item that you pick will leave tasty memory craving for more! After having tried a lot of their specials, it was indeed a little difficult for me to put a list as this down. But, here are my top five picks that you must try while in Singapore.