Join me on a culinary tour of Lombardy and Veneto, the two regions in northern Italy I visited this year. You’ll be surprised how much more there is than pizza and pasta!
The cooking course in Leon was not exactly what we expected, but turned out to be an unforgettable glimpse into Nicaraguan life. We wouldn’t have had it any other way. (No Indians, young or old, were harmed in the making of this meal).
A Thai cooking class by the beach? We didn’t have to think about it twice and booked our cooking class with Time For Lime on Koh Lanta – find out which dishes we learned to make and the reason behind why we chose this school!
Join me on a culinary world tour – I am sharing my top five ethnic food finds in New York City with you, ranging from Australia to Venezuela to the Middle East!
In the markets in New York City, every culture, language and era mixes and mingles while buying and selling clothes, trinkets, antiques and food. We have visited loads of markets this past year while in town, and here are our top five picks, and a few extra we just couldn’t leave out!
Ever since quinoa had become popular in the U.S., we were excited to visit the Andes region in South America, where it originates from. Much to our surprise, we didn’t come across much quinoa though!
While in Lisbon, we tested an unbelievable amount of the lip-smacking, melt-in-your-mouth Portuguese pastries for breakfast every day! **Warning! Just reading this may result in weight gain!**
Even though we tried to eat all of Chiang Mai’s vegetarian restaurants, there was no way we could try them all. Instead we picked our top five vegetarian restaurants in the northern Thai city.