Food is the international language of friendship and love.

Every country and every culture expresses itself in cuisine. 

Food is the international language. It’s one thing that opens the doors and breaks the barriers. 

Every culture in the world has traditions of sharing food to honor guests.

Eating brings us closer, and you don’t even need to travel too far to experience the socialization and bonding.

Nor do you need to travel the world to learn about other cultures (although it’s always the best way!) if you cultivate a love for trying new foods. 

After traveling the world for over 15 years, I am still amazed that food is always the universal language. No matter how remote my destination is, how different a host family’s beliefs and traditions, whether I speak the local language or not, food is always the answer.

Food brings opportunities to experience the local culture.

Traveling tempts us to try new flavors, and it entices us to communicate with those with whom we dine.

Seeing how others live is the only way to understand our place on earth, and that’s the real reason we travel; to find ourselves.

Different food in different countries

There are countries like Turkey, the Kingdoms of food. So good that when you visit Istanbul, you get the impression that the city is one big store or, even better, one big restaurant.

Or Russian cuisine, made on the verge of Czar’s era and the soviet era where canned green peas, potatoes, and mayonnaise were the only ingredients and Russians did all they could.

Italian cuisine is the most delicious and the simplest, based on the highest quality ingredients – where a regular market can be a gastro tour itself. 

Every country understands food differently. But nevertheless, it unites us the same. 

Wherever you choose to travel, food will reflect the country’s spirit. 

Travel and food are inseparably tangled

– wherever we travel to , we need to eat. When we eat we learn more about the country and its traditions.

In every trip we take, food unavoidably becomes one of our top attractions – and straightway to the depths of the local culture.
Food supports us physically, emotionally and even spiritually – believe it or not.

I’m very excited for you to check out the collection of my “eating around the world” experiences. They are very special to me as my best travel memories happen to spin around food …
It’s incredible how every food or eating tradition and etiquette has historic ground.

Extraordinary Food to Try in Puerto Rico and Where to Find It

Extraordinary Food to Try in Puerto Rico and Where to Find It! As its name suggests, Puerto Rico is a rich port. The Caribbean island’s deep traditions, wholesome food, beautiful weather and warm people make it more than a must-visit destination; it’s a humbling experience.  Although there’s lots to see and do in Puerto Rico, from water sports to dancing…

The Ultimate Foodie’s Guide To Istanbul Food and Drink

Istanbul Food and Drinks guide When you visit Istanbul, you get the impression that the city is one big store or, even better, one big restaurant. There are thousands of cafes and bakeries on virtually every street. Therefore, finding a place to eat is not an issue. Turkish cuisine is famous for its history. We can trace culinary traditions back…

A Foodie’s Guide To Morocco: Must -Try Food and Drinks

Discover the Moroccan Cuisine with this food guide Moroccan food is one of the most vibrant and colorful on the planet. Always made with fresh ingredients and seasoned with the world’s finest spices, every meal is a unique experience.  The bread that comes out the communal ovens is unparalleled, and the food is always bountiful. Vegetables are well represented, making Moroccan…

Foodie’s Guide to Russian Cuisine: Food, Drinks,Etiquette

s Russian cuisine has been evolving for hundreds of years, borrowing and adapting dishes from other nations. As you would expect, this cuisine is varied and exciting. A lot of Russian dishes are made with cheap, nourishing and locally available ingredients, since they were developed to feed large families. Russia is so huge that dishes vary from region to region….

The Ultimate Foodie’s Guide for Istanbul Street Food

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Food and Drinks in Turkey – Complete Guide

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What is Key Lime Pie and How to Make It PROPERLY

The Key Lime pie didn’t become Florida’s flagship dessert until the 1950s, but it’s now synonymous with the State’s identity and pride of the Keys.

Lemon and lime pies have been around for centuries. A rustic version of the modern lime pie could have been enjoyed even by the Ancient Greeks.

More recently, you can find records of meringue-topped lime pies in Switzerland sometime in the early 19th century, and they came to be quite popular. 

Costa Rica Coffee Farm : My Travel Experience

The best Costa Rican coffee comes from plantations in the Central Valley, from Monteverde to San José. There are many family-owned coffee farms in this region, producing high-quality coffee with unique flavor profiles. Costa Rican coffee is the superior Arabica variety. While the unique microclimate on each farm affects the coffee’s specific flavor, Costa Rican coffees tend to be round and balanced, with notes of citrus, tropical fruits, and apricot, and a hint of brown sugar sweetness.

A Foodie’s Guide To Peruvian Food And Drink

Here’s what you can expect from an exciting trip to Peru; a journey to the past in which you’ll find not only the kindest, warmest people but insight in their ancestral cooking.Peruvians, the people of the sun, are a closed community and have assimilated little of the modern ways spread in the rest of America. However, it’s because of this seclusion that you can still find extraordinary unaltered traditions; a unique lifestyle better appreciated through food.

The Ultimate Foodie’s Guide to Croatian Food and Drinks

All You Need to Know About Croatian Food and Drinks  Croatian cuisine is a combination of culinary traditions from all over Europe. From Italians (especially Venetians), and the Croats, the country became obsessed with olive oil and herbs, such as rosemary and oregano. From the Austrians and Hungarians, Croatians borrowed the habit of generously flavoring dishes with pork fat. The…