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American Cuisine: 9 Traditional Foods of the USA

American Cuisine: 9 Traditional Foods of the USA

If you have been following this blog for a while you will have no doubt discovered some of the more bizarre foods the USA has to offer. You might have stumbled upon the deep-fried butter recipe or alligator kebabs for example. But aside from the…

Top 5 Authentic Foods Of Costa Rica

Top 5 Authentic Foods Of Costa Rica

Like many of their neighbors in Central America, many dishes in Costa Rica are based around white rice and black beans as a base. Which may stand mostly on its own or may add some shredded meat, fried veggies, or tasty broth. While these seem…

Best Things To Do, See & Eat In Munich

Best Things To Do, See & Eat In Munich

Since I’m living in Berlin I decided to make it my personal mission to actually see as much as Germany as I possibly can. There are loads of great places to go in Germany and I wasn’t sure where to start. I knew I wanted…

Mimo San Sebastian Cooking Class: A Review

Mimo San Sebastian Cooking Class: A Review

The San Sebastian Mimo Cooking School‘s Michelin Star Secrets Cooking Class lets you delve deeper into the culinary world. Trained Chefs often take this class as a refresher or for creative inspiration. From the moment you enter the class, you think WOW! The aesthetics of…

5 Utterly Unique Foods To Try In Australia

5 Utterly Unique Foods To Try In Australia

Although Australia may seem like a million miles away, culturally it’s not that different to most western countries. Australian cities are a melting pot of cultures, particularly South-East Asian, and so there is a huge selection of authentic and delicious cuisine at your disposal. That…

8 Tips To Help You Stay Safe While Travelling

8 Tips To Help You Stay Safe While Travelling

Some of the links on this page are affiliate links which means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you. You can read the full disclosure statement here. Travelling the world can…

North Carolina Cheerwine Barbecued Chicken Recipe

North Carolina Cheerwine Barbecued Chicken Recipe

North Carolina may not be the first state you think of when you hear the word chicken. Indeed, Kentucky has a bit of a monopoly on the bird. However, North Carolina is the home of a fantastic recipe using locally produced soft drink Cheerwine to…

5 Of The Best Things To Do In Maui, Hawaii

5 Of The Best Things To Do In Maui, Hawaii

Maui is a stunning island in the Hawaiian archipelago that is an absolute must-see if you’re visiting Hawaii, and not just for the food (but hear us out here, the food is pretty delicious as well). This beautiful island is perfect for surfers, snorkeling, and…

Uruguayan Food: 13 Must-Try Popular Dishes From Uruguay

Uruguayan Food: 13 Must-Try Popular Dishes From Uruguay

Traditional Uruguayan food is so vastly underrated and exciting! There are so many dishes to explore, each with an amazing heritage and history. I’ll be completely honest and say I expected the food to be fairly bland. But after trying a few of the local…

Tamilok Woodworm: A Delicacy From The Philippines

Tamilok Woodworm: A Delicacy From The Philippines

The Tamilok Woodworm delicacy, straight out of the Philippines. Undoubtedly a food for the adventurous traveller! Hungry? No me neither! Ok this is going to be up there with one of the weirdest foods we’ve found, along with the likes of Sheep’s Head, Bull Testicles, Kiviak, Guinea Pig and…

Visiting Berlin Travel Tips & Hacks (On A Budget)

Visiting Berlin Travel Tips & Hacks (On A Budget)

I’ve lived in Berlin for nearly a year now and before then I was visiting Berlin quite regularly. It’s a city I love and have discovered exactly how to travel to Berlin on a budget, whilst still having an amazing time! I came to Berlin…

Hawaiian Ahi Poke Bowl Recipe

Hawaiian Ahi Poke Bowl Recipe

My trip to Hawaii inspired this scrumptious Ahi Poke Bowl recipe, one of my absolute foodie highlights! I was quite amused at the fusion of cuisine in Hawaii having a mixture of western deep fried everything, quality char grilled meats and Japanese inspired fresh raw…

Countries with the Highest Meat Consumption Infographic

Countries with the Highest Meat Consumption Infographic

Without a doubt the world consumes an unimaginable amount of meat. With global populations increasing global meat consumption is also on the rise presenting big challenges for how to deal with this problem. Data from the OECD shows which countries eat the most meat per…

Traditional Australian Pie Floater Recipe

Traditional Australian Pie Floater Recipe

Australia and England have a strong connection of traditional national dishes. So, on my very first trip to London I was keen to get in and around some of those classic British dishes to see the similarities, and perhaps learn some new recipe variations to…

Top 10 Must-Try British Foods To Eat In The UK

Top 10 Must-Try British Foods To Eat In The UK

Britain sometimes has a bad reputation for food and, let’s face it, it’s no Italy or Japan for a foodie destination. And when sampling the foods of Europe, you probably wouldn’t have high expectations for the UK. But when it comes to British cuisine, there…

The Must-Try Oyster Experience On Miyajima Island

The Must-Try Oyster Experience On Miyajima Island

Whether you are in Hiroshima for a day trip or longer, Miyajima Island is an absolute must-see. Whilst Miyajima is more commonly known for the Torii Gate and Itsukushima Shrine, there are various reasons to visit. Such as the friendliest deer you will ever meet,…

Kakigōri: A Guide To The Japanese Shaved Ice Dessert

Kakigōri: A Guide To The Japanese Shaved Ice Dessert

Kakigōri is the Japanese shaved ice phenomenon that is slowly taking the world by storm. So what’s so popular about Kakigōri? Well you might think that it’s just a glorified snow cone, after all it is made of ice and flavoring. But Kakigōri is so…

Vigorón Recipe Nicaragua (Cabbage & Yuca)

Vigorón Recipe Nicaragua (Cabbage & Yuca)

Vigorón is a stunning, traditional, authentic Nicaraguan salad dish made from yuca (cassava), cabbage and pork rind. It feels and tastes so wonderfully Central and Latin American with its use of the yuca plant and a fresh lime flavour. Vigorón mostly consists of a light…