First up on my Southern City Bucket-list, Atlanta. Now that I’m currently residing down here in the Deep South (seriously though, who would’ve thought), cities like Atlanta are just too close and convenient not to visit. As we all know, travel in the US isn’t the easiest and is usually on the expensive side, so for me, taking advantage of time down here is crucial.
Listen up fellow street food lovers. Portland is the next BIG thing. Actually, maybe it’s already the big thing. Compared to countries with an established street-food culture, the US has never had a particularly memorable curbside restaurant scene. Luckily for us, our very own Portland, Oregon has recently put us on the map. In 2010, CNN named Portland “World’s Best Street Food” beating out well-known
We’ve all been told a million times that breakfast is ‘the most important meal of the day,’ and us Americans, we like our breakfast. French toast and fried eggs, pancakes and hash browns- we may have more specific breakfast foods than any other country I’ve heard of. Spain doesn’t really do breakfast, not like American breakfast anyway. I mean if you consider tomato paste
Planning a wine tasting excursion in Spain? Simply love the culture of wine and want to learn more? I recently traveled to Spain’s famous ‘La Rioja’ region, the capital region of Spanish wine, and while I may not consider myself a “wine-snob” (future aspiration), this short list of vocabulary got me through the weekend just fine! Beginner Spanish Wine/ Drinking Vocabulary Beber– to Drink Brindar–
One of the best parts of being a blogger is interacting with other bloggers! The blogger community is so full of likeminded people with tons of information they are not only willing, but eager to share. Most of the time, this information comes from firsthand experience and allows the readers an inside look. Another Spain blogger, Courtney of ‘Cartas de Courtney,’ read my DIY pintxos
I genuinely love food. I mean, who doesn’t? I’m an eater and I’m not afraid to admit it. I especially love the way that food tells a story about an area, a people and a culture. One of my favorite parts of exploring new places is immersing myself in the local foods. I was lucky enough to have a long list of things to try