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Eating Like a Local

Eating Like a Local

As a world traveler, I know eating is a huge part of the experience. Besides the excitement of seeing new places, a genuine travel adventure should always involve that blunt connection with locals. I’ve learned that after many years of traveling and now it has changed my perspective about the world becoming part of my...
The Art of Pairing Cheese and Wine

The Art of Pairing Cheese and Wine

“I like on the table, when we’re speaking, the light of a bottle of intelligent wine.” – Pablo Neruda Few things in the world can complement dinner with such grace and perfection like wine and cheese. Moreover, these two great culinary pleasures have always gone hand in hand, their perfect match being a form of...
Gazpacho — The Andalusian Summer Breeze

Gazpacho — The Andalusian Summer Breeze

Traditional, authentic, and steeped in history, the mesmerizing province of Andalucaí with its mighty Moorish echoes and the mellow rhythms of flamenco boasts a rich varied cuisine deeply-rooted in the early Hispano-Muslim gastronomy. Probably the most wonderful thing about Spain is its unparalleled variety which lies in the particularity of its regions. And it’s not...
Sibiu: Romania At Its Finest

Sibiu: Romania At Its Finest

A loop of time, a place where reality has a peculiar taste, where the past and the future share the same narrow streets with old facades and bohemian students and where the silence is so easily loved, as it is difficult to decrypt–this is Sibiu, the medieval Romanian town with German flair. Located right in...
Italian Flavors: Passion & Carbonara

Italian Flavors: Passion & Carbonara

Federico Fellini, one of the most prominent filmmakers of the 20th century, embodied the voices of an entire nation in his statement, quoted above. All  food enthusiasts know that gastronomy comes hand in hand with travel, that Italy means love, history and symphonies of flavors and that Rome would have never been the same without...