Culinary Travel

Places to Eat in Camden, London

By Megan Stetzel | July 27, 2018

Located in Northwest London, the neighborhood of Camden is a hip, cool spot for 20 and 30-somethings to dine, drink and be merry. It offers a cool vibe and an even more vibrant food scene. London is known to be one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world, and Camden perfectly highlights this […]

Discovering Authentic Bolognese Cuisine with Delicious Bologna

By Steph | March 26, 2018

Bologna is a city for foodies, no doubt about it. Instead of must-see attractions like the Duomo or the Coliseum, they have must-try dishes like pasta al ragu and tortellini in brodo. When we moved here though, I ran into the same problem I always do: What do I need to try? Where is the […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Traditional Amish Food

By Guest Poster | November 29, 2017

There’s nothing quite like a home-cooked meal, and the Amish take it even one step further. Thanks to the fresh ingredients used and countless hours spent on just preparing for the meal, a traditional Amish meal is one you’ll never forget.  Whether you’re interested in preparing a traditional Amish meal yourself or would like to […]

FICO Eataly World First Impressions: Bring Your Appetite… and Your Wallet

By Steph | November 28, 2017

Ever since we announced we were moving to Bologna, people have been sending me articles about the upcoming FICO Eataly World. People are very excited, and so was I of course! An amusement park for foodies?! The park only opened on November 15, so just a week later Mike, Marcella and our visiting friend Jason […]

Making The Most Of Foreign Food: The Dos And Don’ts Of Eating Abroad

By Steph | October 25, 2017

What’s your go-to takeaway? Chinese, Indian or Greek? Something a little more out of the ordinary, perhaps? Australia’s restaurant and takeaway scene has flourished in recent years nationwide, but there truly is nothing like sampling authentic food in its own backyard. Sampling new styles can be a daunting prospect. There’s nothing worse than having to ask how […]

A Foodie’s Dream Trip to Maine

By Guest Poster | October 2, 2017

The beauty of Maine alone makes it a year-round tourist destination. Picturesque coastal towns, rolling mountains, lush forests… it all adds up to the perfect getaway. This is especially true if you’re a foodie on top of the fact that you’re a traveler: The Pine Tree State is known for its fresh, tasty cuisine almost […]

How Travel Cured This Picky Eater

By Steph | July 12, 2017

I have a reputation for being a bit food-obsessed. I love eating almost as much as travel, maybe more. I’ve been known to follow my taste-buds and plan entire trips based on where I want to eat. I rarely miss a chance to eat delicious food- and I will try almost anything including a spicy […]

The Challenges of Traveling with Food Allergies

By Megan Stetzel | June 23, 2017

Heeeeeey, it’s been awhile since I’ve been motivated to write some narrative about my travels, sorry about that! I was recently at a travel conference in Milwaukee (holla Milwaukee!!) and I was bluntly reminded of why I started a travel blog in the first place, so I wanted to share the story and then some […]

Eating Hawker Foods in Singapore

By Guest Poster | April 13, 2017

From high-end Michelin-starred restaurants to hip cafes to restaurant chains, there are plenty of food choices in Singapore. But if you want cheap and authentic local cuisines, head over to hawker centres instead. Basically, a hawker centre is a non-air-conditioned food market where you can find food stalls selling affordable local foods. Expect to pay […]

Eating Vietnam: A Pocket Guide

By Steph | March 22, 2017

When people ask me about the favorite places I’ve been (and they ask me that a lot), I tend to vary my answer, but without fail Vietnam is on the list. There are many reasons for this, but here’s the biggest: Vietnam has some of the most wonderful, diverse, and cheap food of anywhere on […]

Where to Eat in Dublin (And Drink Well Too!)

By Guest Poster | March 9, 2017

While I am a budget traveler at heart, dining out and drinking is one of my favorite indulgences while traveling. Luckily, Dublin is a great place to eat and drink while staying relatively budget-friendly. Check out 5 tips below for where to eat in Dublin including the best pubs and restaurants for getting an authentic […]

A Guide to Bordeaux, France’s Most Famous Wine Region

By Megan Stetzel | January 5, 2017

Nestled in the South of France-ish, about a 2-hour drive from the iconic Basque Country is the beautiful wine region of Bordeaux.  At least that’s all I thought it was prior to arriving in this bustling metropolis. Yeah, I said metropolis. I wound up spending nearly 4 weeks exploring the delicious alleys and bustling squares […]