Eat the World is about exploring foods from all around various countries.
Dining, chocolate, sangria, buffet, cuisine, spices, seafood, cooking…
These are magic words to the gourmand adventuress.
A real food adventuress might think about what she could have for lunch while she’s still eating breakfast.
Not because she’s concerned about lunch, just that with so many choices in our world today, it’s fun to think about food.
Nowadays, especially if you live in a big city, you don’t have to go much further than the next block to find a restaurant serving food you probably didn’t grow up with.
Tonight, shall we indulge ourselves with Chinese? Italian? Mexican? Thai? Cajun? Indian? Or…?
Most adventuresses who like food also like to cook.
In addition to features about restaurants and cuisine and cooking schools, we’d like to share with you our favorite recipes.
We also invite you to share your recipes with us. Add a few words about how and/or where you found your recipe, and send it to Contact Us and we will add it to the magazine!
- Travel addict and foodie Olivia shares with us five foodie favorites from across the globe. Ready, get set, eat!!!
- a norteamericana who has lived in Mexico for more than a decade, Janet Blaser shares some of her favorite recipes that reflect tropical Mexico. CLICK HERE TO READ.
BE MY GUEST Lunch at Portugal’s Monte Negro Stud Farm - Marie shares her special “Be My Guest” lunch at Portugal’s Monte Negro Stud Farm, with recipes!
- Tina introduces us to a delicious Croatian dish of octopus called Peka. CLICK HERE to read.
Taste of Hygge – Nordic Cooking with MasterChef Karsten Kroman - Marie introduces us to Nordic Cooking, “Hygge” style in Copenhagen, Denmark. CLICK HERE to read.
Garden Dining at Puerto Vallarta’s Café Des Artistes -Carolyn discovers French garden dining at Café Des Artistes in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. CLICK HERE to read more.
How to make Colombian empanadas: The Empanada Experience - An experience cooking Colombian and Ecuadorean empanadas, with recipe steps and how-to pictures. CLICK HERE to read more.
Thanksgiving In Haiti, a Comedy of American Error In which Kathy, now possessing an oven with a real stove, searches for the ingredients Americans know and love to create a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. CLICK HERE to read more.
We hope you have enjoyed 'eating your way around the world'!! Do you have a story to tell involving food? Or a recipe to share? Do contact us with your tales and we can share with our readers.