Best Baked Goods in the Delaware Water Gap

Spending time in the Poconos, primarily in the Delaware Water Gap, I was told by locals that experiencing the fresh baked goods is a must. It’s a pretty rural town with an abundance of fresh produce. In the center of town and throughout the Delaware Water Gap area, Saturdays and Sundays are all about the farmer’s markets. […]

Kimberley Richards

Ceviche Redux

At the age of 25 I’ve learned a lot from traveling the world. As a traveling cook I’ve been able to taste a lot, too. With all the tasting its inevitable that after some time my palate has become very sophisticated, yet I’ve still had some hurdles to get over. Ceviche has been, or was one […]

Lisa Carol Young

Travel the world in 3 meals, 2 days, 1 city

My name is Ofeibea, and I am a foodie. It’s hardly a secret that yes, I love food. Yes, I have a food dance and yes, I am willing to follow where food leads. In this case, I’m celebrating my home city – the cultural melting pot that is London, and sharing just how easy […]


Exploring Nerai in Midtown New York

Every month, I get a text from a friend saying, “My hotel is near Times Square, where should I eat in Midtown?”  In recent months, I’ve added a handful of spots to my between 42nd and 59th Streets rolodex. Yes, indulging from the big apple’s food trucks are a must, but dining inside a fancy […]

Nicole Taylor

24 Hours in Savannah, GA

The haunting beauty and charm of Savannah, Georgia is not meant to be reduced to a day. From its sweeping oaks adorned with garland-like Spanish moss to its immaculately squared off patches of history and legends scattered about as points of reflection throughout the city, the air of Savannah is one that thickly lingers long […]

Khadijat Oseni

Vienna is for Wine Lovers

Vienna (called Wien {pronounced vine} in German) has the most vineyards within a city limit than any other capital city in the world. Though I am a wine enthusiast, I had never thought about traveling to a destination solely based on its notable characteristics, but once I learned about Vienna’s wine culture it was the deciding […]

Anne, the Voluptuary

How to have a Parisian Staycation in NYC

As the famous words often attributed to Audrey Hepburn go, “Paris is always a good idea.” Being the self-professed Francophile that I am, I constantly have a daily dose of wanderlust for Paris, which is one of my absolute favorite cities in the world. However, the luxury of time or budget isn’t always on my […]

Khadijat Oseni

Tips for Vegan Travelers

Your experience as a vegan traveler in a new country is largely dependent on your preparation, location, and budget.  A little bit of preliminary research can help you identify authentically plant-based local dishes, vegetarian-friendly restaurants, or stores where you can stock up on snacks for your journey. In most major developed cities and regions where […]

Chantal Blake

Buka: Brooklyn, New York

I don’t remember exactly when or where I heard about Buka, a Nigerian restaurant in Brooklyn, but I made a mental note to myself that the next time I visited New York, I would make it a point to have a meal there. Fortunately, I was in New York recently for a business trip so […]

Andrea Bediako

Top 10 Things To Do in Martha’s Vineyard!

I had the pleasure of revisiting Martha’s Vineyard this summer after 25 years.  This island is just so lovely! Martha’s Vineyard is located south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts and if you’ve never been, please put it on your list. The weather, the people and the food make it the perfect place for a summer […]

Nadeen White

German Wine Festival

When you think of Germany, what comes to mind? Perhaps most travelers would say Oktoberfest with its neverending flow of beer, food and camaraderie, or perhaps you think of Berlin and the Berlin Wall; maybe you think of Opera and Classical music as Germany was the home of Brahms, Bach and Beethoven among others. Well […]

Fedorah Philippeaux

A Taste Tour of Portland

Random last-minute trips without any planning seem to take you on the most amazing adventures. Within ten days of booking a flight and then stepping out of PDX International Airport, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. A Chicagoan landed in the state of Oregon without any true expectations. For the next seven days what […]

Barea Victoria

The Mouthwatering Food of Portugal

People travel for many reasons.Music Festivals. Family gatherings. St. Patrick’s. Oktoberfest. Dance Festivals. History. Love. Breakups. Immigration stamps. Terminal love. Souvenirs. I travel for many of those reasons too, especially travel stamps. There are a few things in life that fill me with as much happiness as opening my passport and reliving my trips. Now, […]

Ruky Okotcha

Seafood Heaven In Martha’s Vineyard

If you love seafood then you are aware that one of the places to eat the best seafood, is in New England. Once there make your way over to Martha’s Vineyard which is an island located south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The seafood is abundant, fresh, affordable and best of all delicious! Here are my […]

Nadeen White

A Weekend in Austin

I fell in love with Austin when I first visited my older brother there during his freshmen year at UT Austin. The city is one of the main reasons why I chose to study at UT Austin the following year. Since then, I’ve spent four years studying at UT and a few sunshine filled summers there. […]

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