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3 Affordable French Bistros in Paris
August 24, 2011
3 Affordable French Bistros in Paris

Maybe I have watched too many movies that gave me the wrong idea, but I have a certain image in mind when I think about a bistro in Paris. In the background you can hear “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien” by Edith Piaf. The tables are small and have clean white table cloth and the [...]

The Ultimate Guide to Eating Out in Cyprus
August 9, 2011
The Ultimate Guide to Eating Out in Cyprus

For many, jetting off abroad means all of your troubles can be left at home, allowing you to do as you please and make the most of the time you are away. While most of us immediately forget as much as we can about anything related to work, an equal amount do exactly the same [...]

Spain for Foodies – Breakfast
August 4, 2011
Spain for Foodies – Breakfast

Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a big breakfast is the best way to start the day. To me breakfast is without a doubt the best meal of the day. Like any other meal, breakfast varies among different cultures. Where the English like bacon and beans, the French [...]

5 Catalan Summer Dishes – Barcelona for Foodies
July 12, 2011
5 Catalan Summer Dishes – Barcelona for Foodies

A great part of travelling to a different region and getting to know its culture is experienced through the local food. Barcelona is a popular destination for summer vacation, as you have the beach right in the city. After a long day at the beach you will probably be very hungry before you hit the [...]

Top 10 Traditional Eats (with Funny Names) of Great Britain
March 8, 2011
Top 10 Traditional Eats (with Funny Names) of Great Britain

Photographs, videos, blogs, journals and tour guides do a lot to capture the essence of a locale. With all of our modern day technology, however, tastes and smells are two senses that continue to be challenging to capture and share with others. Even the best chef or the most descriptively endowed writer can have difficulties [...]

Santiago, Chile for Foodies
January 10, 2011
Santiago, Chile for Foodies

If you have just purchased airline tickets to Santiago, now is the perfect time to prepare for your trip. If you haven’t got around to booking yet, price check flights with airlines such as Lan Chile, Delta Airlines, Tam Airlines and Iberia. Most travellers love to read up on the must-see tourist attractions in the [...]

The Zetter – A Cool Foodie Hotel in London
November 12, 2010
The Zetter – A Cool Foodie Hotel in London

Located in the Clerkenwell area of London, just a short walk from the Farringdon tube stop, The Zetter is a hip, boutique hotel with an absolutely amazing restaurant. As I entered The Zetter, I immediately picked up a laid back vibe with its red lighting and comfortable lounge bar. As I was shown to my [...]

Pico Island for Foodies
June 6, 2010
Pico Island for Foodies

Every now and again I get to have seafood plucked fresh from the sea. I live in Colorado now, so it only happens when I travel. Fortunately, it happened today. We were down at the dock in Sao Rogue do Pico in the Azores and I saw some locals popping little shells off the concrete [...]

Bari, Italy for Foodies
October 28, 2009
Bari, Italy for Foodies

The city of Bari, Italy has an extensive range of restaurants and food is one of the primary reasons people visit in the first place. Famous for its quality food, the cuisine relies heavily on the fruits of the sea. Mussels, oysters, clams, cuttlefish, prawns, lobster, anchovies and sole are often baked, fried, boiled or prepared in soup. Little ear-shaped pasta known as orecchiette, accompanied by cime di rapa or turnips, is often affiliated with Pugliese cuisine.

Must Try Foods in Italy
September 15, 2009
Must Try Foods in Italy

When it comes to food, Italians are primarily known throughout the world for pizza, pasta, and tomato sauce. However, Italy’s national diet has traditionally differed greatly by region. From around A.D. 500 to the late 1800s, Italy was made up of separate republics, each of which had different culinary customs. These varying cooking practices have [...]