One of Spain’s culinary gifts to the world is tapas, and no trip would be complete without a night out wandering from bar to bar sampling these tasty tidbits.
A few days ago we received an email from food blogger extraordinaire Bryan at The Wandering Gourmand. His travel-foodie blog is stuffed with loads of great eats, drinks, and travel tips that take readers “on a food and drink adventure around the world.”
It was a cool day in Helsinki, and the atmosphere was casual at the open-air market. But this food vendor was intensely serious. Her restaurant may have canvas walls,
The food scene in Barcelona is exceptional! This region of Catalonia has a well-earned culinary reputation, both for its traditional styles and “nueva cocina espanola.”
For me, the quest for a medium rare burger is constantly elusive. So here’s the deal.
One of the ways we keep our travel expenses under control is by renting tiny studio apartments with kitchenettes, instead of more expensive hotel rooms. And we lower our food costs by doing lots of cooking instead of eating out all the time. It’s one of the ways we create our “home on the globe” …