A Bite of the Atacama Desert

 Overview: When you think of what to do in the Atacama Desert, food probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind (unless there is a typo in the title, I think a few people end up in the Atacama dessert by mistake). Well, that is unless you are bloggers with a distinct passion for all things …

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15 Unmissable Foodie Experiences in South America

Meat empanadas in Argentina

 Overview: South America is a colourful, joyful and diverse continent. From the dizzy heights of La Paz, to the crystal clear Caribbean Sea in Colombia; whatever floats your boat, South America has oodles of it. Our Taste of Travel talk food in South America This post comes from Shannon on her blog that she runs with …

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Eating worms in France

Eating worms in the futuristic theme park

 Overview: I stared at them for some time before working up the nerve to eat them. My boyfriend on the other hand happily munched on them; both the grillions and the worms. After taking a few pics of him eating them, I finally tasted a grillion. It was crunchy, and didn’t really have a taste. …

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20 traditional (and not-so-traditional) Israeli foods you have to try

  Submitted by: Melissa Conn   From: The Family Voyage   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: Eating your way through Israel is a must-have experience for travelers! The country’s food scene is incredible, bringing in nods from all over the world. Don’t leave without trying these traditional Israeli foods and their contemporary counterparts – including …

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San Martín del Castañar and Versos Microbodega

The villages of Sierra de Francia’s are quite a micro region for wine, and if there is one thing I love to do while on the road, that’s visit vineyards . . . and breweries . . . and distilleries . . . and, you get the idea. On this visit to the Sierra’s I …

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Nibble Your Way Around Borough Market

  Submitted by: The Shoegirl (Nikki)   From: The Chef and The Shoegirl   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: We have been based in London for several years and often go to Borough Market and rampage through the produce. In a city that can be crazily expensive, it’s a fun thing to do and can …

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10 German Foods you Must Try in Germany

  Submitted by: Maria Haase   From: MariaAbroad   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: German food is delicious. Everyone loves the sausages, schnitzels, and pork knuckles. But there are many more mouthwatering dishes that you should discover. On your next trip to Germany, make sure to try these 10 German dishes. You won’t regret it, …

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The Penang Food Trail: What To Eat (And Where)

Delicious Malaysian food

 Overview: Penang is famous the world over for being one of the best foodie destinations. The unique fusion of Chinese, ethnic Malay, Indian and Arabic flavours makes Penang food something really special. Of course, there are some dishes that really, truly represent Penang. If someone asks, “what should I try in Penang?” which dishes are …

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Senegalese Cuisine: Where Food and Culture Intersect

Senegal Dakar coast sea

 Overview: Senegalese cuisine has many influences, most notably from the North of Africa as well as French and Portuguese from its colonial past. In this post from travel blogger T. Michelle, on her blog, The Travel Sister, she shares her experience of dining on traditional dishes while visiting Senegal’s capital, Dakar. T. Michelle says: ‘While travelling in Senegal, in …

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