Food Experiences

Drinking Tequila in Tequila, Mexico

Not many people seem to know that there’s a town called Tequila in Mexico. It’s where the actual drink of tequila originated from and is home to many of the most popular tequila brands including Jose Cuervo and Suaza. Tequila is about an hour away from Guadalajara with a population of around 26,000.

I Want to Live on a Goat Farm

I mean not really, it sounds pretty smelly and like it might involve hard work. Maybe I just want to live down the street from one and buy all their cheese. Somewhere like Harley Farms, which we visited in San Mateo County. One of my favorite things about northern California is the dedication to eating …

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Eating Indianapolis

The most surprising and delightful thing about Indianapolis was the innovative food scene. Restaurants in Indy seem focused on using quality local ingredients in endlessly ingenious ways. Here is a taste of what I ate during my weekend trip to Indy:         Now who’s hungry? I visited Indianapolis as a guest of Visit …

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A Serious Taste of China in Flushing

Finding legitimate chinese food in the United States is a tricky thing. Sure there’s a chinese joint in even the smallest small town, but they all dish up “American-Chinese food” a gloopy, uniform, selection of heavy items that only vaguely resemble their chinese counterparts. Since I’ve come back from China this fake chinese just isn’t …

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Why Europe Made my Jeggings Tight

We’re capping off Guest Post Week with some serious, serious food porn from my friend Meg of Landing Standing. WARNING: do not read this if you’re hungry! Stylish, fitted, incredibly stretchy, and comfortable. These are just a few of the reasons why I love the pajama/jean hybrid pants called Jeggings. Tony used to mock me …

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5 Best Beers Around the World

After 13 countries traveled, 12 months on the road, and countless beers consumed, I finally feel it’s time to share my not-so-comprehensive, amateur opinion of the best beers in the world. For the sake of furthering human knowledge (you’re totally welcome), I downed beers in South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia. So after a …

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The Problem with French Food

One of the most exciting things about visiting France for the very first time was definitely the opportunity to sample French cuisine. So iconic, so renowned and so tasty, we added France to Eat The World without any first hand experience. Aioli, ratatouille, bouillabaisse- so many elegant dishes I can barely pronounce… Alas, this is …

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The Truth About Kava in Fiji

Before I left for Fiji I heard plenty about kava: that Fijians were obsessed with drinking it, that I would make you hallucinate, that it tasted terrible. Some of this was true, some of it was a flat-out lie. So I thought I would set the record straight about kava in Fiji. Also known as …

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