• 3_Santiago
    October 31, 2014

    Food for Thought with Where Is Your Toot...

    What we eat and where we get our food from influences us no matter where we are. While we all need food to survive, there’s much more to it tha...
  • Tori-Tanjong-for-twitter
    October 24, 2014

    Food for Thought with Singapore Foodie

    The Food for Thought series explores the complex relationship between food and culture. Traditions, language and environment are all factors that in...
  • St Roch #1
    October 22, 2014

    Cities of the Dead: New Orleans Cemeteri...

    The first things that come to mind when thinking of New Orleans are usually Mardi Gras, drinking to excess on Bourbon Street and maybe Jazz Fest or b...
  • DCIM105GOPRO
    October 17, 2014

    Food for Thought with Mytanfeet

    There is an undeniable connection between a culture and its food. Traditions, heritage, language and environment are all ultimately linked to putting ...
  • Vegetables
    October 13, 2014

    Hmongtown Marketplace: SE Asia in Minnes...

    Minnesota’s Diversity Minneapolis and St. Paul are much more diverse than we imagined. When we visited a couple of years ago, we learned that Mi...
3_Santiago

Food for Thought with Where Is Your Toothbrush

What we eat and where we get our food from influences us no matter where we are. While we all need food to survive, there’s much more to it than that….

Tori-Tanjong-for-twitter

Food for Thought with Singapore Foodie

The Food for Thought series explores the complex relationship between food and culture. Traditions, language and environment are all factors that influence the dishes that come to define a place. As we…

St Roch #1

Cities of the Dead: New Orleans Cemeteries

The first things that come to mind when thinking of New Orleans are usually Mardi Gras, drinking to excess on Bourbon Street and maybe Jazz Fest or beignets at Cafe du…

DCIM105GOPRO

Food for Thought with Mytanfeet

There is an undeniable connection between a culture and its food. Traditions, heritage, language and environment are all ultimately linked to putting food on the table. Food doesn’t just nourish…

Vegetables

Hmongtown Marketplace: SE Asia in Minnesota

Minnesota’s Diversity Minneapolis and St. Paul are much more diverse than we imagined. When we visited a couple of years ago, we learned that Minneapolis has the largest Somali population…

Nepali Food

Food for Thought with Heart of a Vagabond

The Food for Thought series explores the intricate relationship between food and culture as seen through the eyes of travelers. As we travel, visiting a local market, sharing a meal, or…

Houston

Oysters: Quest for the Best

It’s been about two years since we’ve visited The Big Easy.  For me, the absolute first thing I think of when New Orleans is mentioned is oysters.  I’ve been to NOLA…

my pic

Food for Thought with Stunning Visits

This week marks the 30th installment in our Food for Thought interview series! Through each interview, we aim to discover more about other travelers’ journeys and the role food plays….

Kanellängd, a typical fika food that is basically a cake made of cinnamon buns.

Food for Thought with ParTASTE

Food is a basic human need. We need to eat to survive. As such, food is an integral part of the human experience. Our relationship with food is often complicated. At the…

SF with Bay Bridge

5 Hours in San Francisco

Visiting San Fancisco, but short on time? That’s the situation we found ourselves in recently. It had been a few years since we’d been to San Francisco, and even longer since we’d…