Category: Foodie Travel

How to find the best seafood and fish in Malta

Aleta Fimbres 04/12/2014

Having the benefit of being a small island, surrounded by deep blue fertile waters, the island of Malta is one of the best places to feast on fish and seafood in the Mediterranean.  The fact that the Maltese also enjoy an unrivalled 300 plus days of sunshine a year means that your side orders will also be the freshest and tastiest, as nothing ripens crops better than the Mediterranean sun, fact!  With that in mind… How to find the best seafood and fish in Malta

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5 Things to See In Toronto

Aleta Fimbres 29/01/2014

Toronto definitely tops any list of the best cities to visit in Canada. It’s an international melting pot of people, cultures, food, art and so much more. Whether you like browsing galleries, listening to great music or sampling cuisine from around the world, you can do it all in this awesome city. If you find yourself never wanting to leave, you can rent an apartment fully furnished with Skyviewsuites. It’s a great and affordable way to… 5 Things to See In Toronto

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Kyoto, a foodie paradise!

Aleta Fimbres 28/07/2013

There’s one thing in Japan you can be certain won’t get lost in translation, and that is the deliciousness of the food! {loadposition content_adsensecontent} Admit it! Everyone loves to start off with dessert, especially ones that are delicious, unique and fun – thick whole buttered toast cubes, oozing with sweet honey and sinfully topped with ice cream, fruits and all things nice! HANITO has a delightfully crunchy crust on the outside but is deliciously soft… Kyoto, a foodie paradise!

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The Language of Food

Aleta Fimbres 21/07/2013

A look at three different culinary languages where beauty is born of simplicity. Over centuries, the agricultural development, environmental disasters and triumphs of civilizations are recorded in the shifting landscape of its taste and style in regards to food. Budapest is becoming well known for the quality of its varied, international cuisine. Long gone are the days of goulash cafeterias, Chinese buffets and pizza joints. Turkish, Greek, French and truly high-quality Italian places abound, and… The Language of Food

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The Fascinating History of Malaysian Food

Aleta Fimbres 27/06/2013

Malaysia is the home of multiple ethnicities which found its roots during the colonial times where hundreds and thousands of immigrants arrived here to find an honest living in this prosperous land.   {loadposition content_adsensecontent} The migrants’ mostly Chinese working in the tin mines and the Indians placed along the rubber estates brought along with them their cultures not forgetting rich culinary heritages.   The cultures go along fine with their cooking where unusual traditional… The Fascinating History of Malaysian Food

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Thailand’s Dark Side of the Fork

Aleta Fimbres 29/12/2009

Thai food has taken the world by storm, regularly voted the favorite ethnic food in prestigious Zagat surveys around the world. Today most metropolitan foreigners are ardently familiar with Pad Thai, Tom Yum Goong and Green Curry. Yet there is a dark side to Thai cuisine that remains intentionally hidden from these unsuspecting palates – an often horrifying underworld of macabre cuisine that would make even the hardiest, battle-tested “Iron Chef” cringe like a little… Thailand’s Dark Side of the Fork

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Tastes of Vietnam

Aleta Fimbres 26/03/2009

Foodies who’d love to experience a countrythrough its culinary heritage will be delighted to hear that Exotissimo Travel has designed a tour through Vietnam that offers cooking courses, culinary excursions, sightseeing opportunities and deluxe accommodation. For 12 days you’ll explore Vietnam’s coastline cuisine from south to north, savourtrendy fusion feasts and delicious street food. {loadposition content_adsensecontent} Learn to cook in specially-led classes, harvest vegetables alongside local farmers, dine in romantic colonial properties and discover indigenous… Tastes of Vietnam

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