Guide to Cuba: Cienfuegos, the Pearl of the South

Guide to Cuba: Cienfuegos, the Pearl of the South

  Jennifer Kirk is back with her series for Food Travelist on Cuba. Jennifer visited Cuba in November of 2016, spending two incredible weeks in the country visiting over half a dozen cities, towns and sights. From celebrating Thanksgiving in Havana to being there when Fidel Castro passed away, Jennifer has many awesome experiences to share. […]

George’s At The Cove in La Jolla

George’s At The Cove in La Jolla

  We recently spent a day and night in La Jolla, California. We’d like to thank the Grande Colonial Hotel, George’s at the Cove and the San Diego Tourism Authority for their help planning our trip. We were not paid for our reviews. All opinions reflect our own opinions and experiences.     While visiting […]

24 Hours In La Jolla

24 Hours In La Jolla

    We recently spent the night in La Jolla, California. We’d like to thank the Grande Colonial Hotel and the San Diego Tourism Authority for their help planning our trip. We were not paid for our reviews. All opinions reflect our own opinions and experiences.   On a recent visit to Los Angeles we decided […]

How To Travel to Cuba Legally Without A Costly Tour

How To Travel to Cuba Legally Without A Costly Tour

  We’re thrilled to have Jennifer Kirk as a guest host this week. Jennifer visited Cuba in November of 2016, spending two incredible weeks in the country visiting over half a dozen cities, towns and sights. From celebrating Thanksgiving in Havana to being there when Fidel Castro passed away, Jennifer has many awesome experiences to share. […]

Bootler Brings All Your Favorite Meals Home

Bootler Brings All Your Favorite Meals Home

  This is a sponsored post. As always all opinions are our own and reflect our experiences. We love going out to eat. It’s a wonderful treat of going somewhere special and ordering your favorite meal or trying something new. But sometimes you just want to stay home, put your stretchy pants on, curl up on […]

8 Foods You Need To Eat In Israel

8 Foods You Need To Eat In Israel

    We are pleased to have this guest post on Israeli food by our friend Cory Lee from Curb Free with Cory Lee*.   As well as being a treasure trove of diverse culture, sacred places, religious artifacts and contrasting modern industry, Israel is also foodie heaven! It’s now renowned for being a country full of award-winning […]

Wonderful Swabian Christmas Market Recipe

Wonderful Swabian Christmas Market Recipe

    The holiday season is chocked full delightful sights, sounds, tastes and smells. German Christmas markets bring all your senses to life. As you may know there are hundreds of Christmas markets around the world. We especially love visiting the Christmas Markets in Germany. Every one is unique and special. As a result, while visiting the […]

Christmastime in Chicago

Christmastime in Chicago

  I have a tendency to write about food travel experiences in other parts of the world so often I don’t take time to share some of the wonderful things we have going on in our own hometown of Chicago. One of my favorite times of year is Christmastime in Chicago when the city really shines. […]

Nuremberg Christmas Market

Nuremberg Christmas Market

  One of our favorite things to do during the holiday season is visit Christmas markets. Whether at home in Chicago or visiting in Europe we love them all. One of the oldest and largest Christmas markets is held in Nuremberg, Germany. Apparently, despite numerous investigations, there still is no solid proof as to which […]

Culinary Roots in Mazatlán, Mexico

Culinary Roots in Mazatlán, Mexico

  One of the things that we like to do when exploring new destinations is experience the food culture through festivals and culinary events. While recently visiting Mazatlán, the second-largest city in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, I attended the Culinary Roots event. People may know Mazatlán for its stunning beaches or its 13 mile long […]

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