Five Culinary Reasons to Fall in Love with Emilia Romagna, Italy: A closer look at Emilia Romagna and several of the reasons that make this such an important part of Italy’s food culture.
Photo of the Week: Lobster Sliders from Casa Picasso on Ambergris Caye, Belize
If your travels take you to the Catalonia (Catalunya) region of Spain, consider a stop in the charming village of Besalu. Here you will find an interesting array of history, including a Jewish Quarter and a 12th Century Romanesque Bridge. Situated right at the base of the bridge, you will find Pont Vell Restaurant. You’ll […]
During my last visit to Rimini, Italy, as part of the #BlogVille project, we visited a sheep cheese farm — a place I am still determined to own one day! Before getting settled in and learning about the cheese, we were immediately entranced by the dried flowers adorning the property, many of which were hanging […]
I was in Las Vegas, Nevada earlier this year for a food and travel writers conference (IFWTWA) and some of the attendees were talking about this fantastic restaurant called First Food & Bar. Sadly, it was not on my rotation schedule of restaurants I was to visit as part of the conference. So, I ducked […]
When I’m in Belize, I have ceviche at least once, and in some cases, like four times a week. Belize’s coastal location provides for some of the best seafood finds in restaurants throughout the country — especially on the cayes. Shockingly, I’ve been in Belize now for nearly 10 days and I have not had […]
Photo of garlic bulbs for sale at street festival in Cesena, Italy
Photo of Pecorino (sheep milk cheese) from Italy
Photo of fresh Tagliatelle pasta in Bologna, Italy
Photo of fresh heirloom tomatoes available from market street in Bologna, Italy.
My experience making Belizean Johnny Cakes for the first time based on a recipe from Tanya, a talented cook and food blogger in Belize.