New York City is famous. It has so much to offer all who visit. People all have different reasons to explore the city, but most end up seeing one or more of the sights that made New York famous: The Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Times Square. The list goes on. I squeezed in as many iconic sights as I could in my mere 3 day stint in the city. Here they are on display for you.Read More
My food heart has fallen in love once again. It’s always been a fickle thing – sending love letters and endless praise to the likes of Japanese, Greek, and Swiss cuisines. Playing hot and cold every other week; never selecting just one cuisine to dedicate its true allegiance too. Well, my food heart has found its new fling: Oaxacan Cuisine.Read More
Being in Morocco is my first time being in Africa. Everything was new. Everything was Exciting. But mostly – everything was Delicious. So I found a cooking school, Souk Cuisine, signed myself up, and was ready to expand my worldly cooking knowledge (Really the lack there of). First up was the Market tour; Spices, Vegetables, and Bargaining like a Berber.Read More
Eating Good in Toronto, Canada
I went to Toronto not knowing what I would find. I went in with an open-mind to erase my previous bad experiences in the city. Along with the incredible neighbourhoods and street shopping, the food was one of the largest contributors to why I would now considering moving to Toronto. Eat Up.Read More
Traveling around Finland for 1 Month you find some SUPER places to eat and enjoy.
So what does Finnish cuisine include? Fish, Potatos, Berries and more! With Finland being So far in the North, traditionally vegetables and fruits were hard to come by the majority of the year – but things are different now and things are available all year round. YUM. One of the major downfalls of Finnish Cuisine? only its Cost. It really pulls out every last penny to cook in Finland. But this Nordic country isn’t known for it’s affordability either! So eat up!
- The potato is considered holy by the Finnish state church, and it was illegal to waste potatoes until 1998 when the law was overturned.
Visiting Japan for 2 Weeks with friends- Amazing food at incredibly reasonable prices.
Does Japanese cuisine have more than Sushi? You bet it does! Japan has a wide assortment of food, but most of the food includes seafood and fish. If you are allergic or just do not like seafood or fish- you probably will not enjoy much more than Rice! Seafood served raw is sashimi, simmered in a pot, grilled over charcoal, or deep-fried is tempura -Japanese chefs have many ways to prepare fish and shellfish.
- In one year, the average Japanese person eats slightly more than their own weight in seafood.