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5 Things a Foodie Must do in South America

While backpacking through Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, and Chile, I learned a lot about the South American food culture as well as individual country’s traditions and customs. Aside from the typical must-eats like ceviche in Peru and steak in Argentina, here are a few things I picked up that I think every foodie should experience. 1) … Continue reading

Top 5 Gadgets for a Backpacking Foodie

Top 5 Gadgets for a Backpacking Foodie

In the past two years I have had the incredible opportunity to travel the world and taste some delicious flavors. Along the way I have eaten a lot, and I couldn’t have done it without some of my favorite gadgets. 1) Reusable Utensils The best thing about backpacking is street food, and you’ll need something … Continue reading

My Issues with the film ‘Consumed’

Last month I was invited to a screening of the new film, Consumed. The film attempts to tackle the issue of GMO products in the United States through a narrative style, fictional thriller. There have been a hundred documentaries recently released about the food system, but this project attempts to describe the issue of GMOs in … Continue reading

Lima, Peru

Lima, Peru

Lima is widely considered one of the most dynamic capitals of gastronomy, due to a wide variety of crops grown in Peru combined with a fusion of Asian and Latin flavors. Here are a few of my favorites!   Punto Azul: Incredible seafood restaurant, and the best ceviche I have ever had! Ask the waiter whatever is … Continue reading

My Top 8 Favorite Food Markets in the World

My Top 8 Favorite Food Markets in the World

Food markets are essential to every foodie’s travel itinerary. There is so much you can learn about a city’s history through its food markets. Almost every major city has one, but too often tourists overlook the abundance of information they can consume among the stalls. These concentrated spaces of cooks and delicacies provide as much … Continue reading

My Top 5 Eastern Mediterranean Restaurants in LA

Eastern Mediterranean food includes Greek, Israeli, Turkish, and Lebanese influences, and is deliciously represented throughout the city of Los Angeles. From hole in the wall joints to decorated dining rooms, the range of Mediterranean options is vast. These are the restaurants where the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern communities of Los Angeles go to eat.   … Continue reading

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon, Portugal

Casa da Natia I stayed in Lisbon for 5 days and this place was the best meal I had while there. The most authentic eating experience I had in the city. Fantastic clams, shrimp, and don’t forget to order the “rice with seafood” dish. Open late the the prices are very reasonable. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g189158-d2188859-Reviews-Casa_da_India-Lisbon_Lisbon_District_Central_Portugal.html Manteigaria Pasteis … Continue reading

Vegetarianism in a meat-dominated land

This week I challenged myself by eliminating the prime ingredient from the Czech diet — meat. I learned the phrase jsem vegetariánka (I’m vegetarian) in preparation for my endeavor. It seems that in most Czech dishes, meat is the main event, whether it be little bits of smoked pork snuck inside potato pancakes, intestine casing … Continue reading

Prague’s farmer’s markets are a foodie’s paradise

Farmers’ markets have become an inescapable phenomenon for anyone interested in the culinary opportunities on offer in Prague. I’ve discovered that the markets in Anděl, Jiřího z Poděbrad, Holešovice, and Náplavka – on the banks of the Vltava – are somewhat akin to a traveling circus. On one day here, the next there. Familiar faces, … Continue reading

The best burgers in Prague

It’s been a long time since the days when a Big Mac was the only hamburger around town. Since then burger bistros have become some of the most popular eateries in Prague. This week I highlight the restaurants who serve up the best of the classic American sandwich. http://rebel.radio.cz/mp3/podcast/en/an-american-foodie-goes-to-prague/the-best-burgers-in-prague.mp3