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Eating Cheap as You Travel

The Happy Nomad Food plays an important role if you truly want to explore and learn about a new place or culture. By not trying new foods, you are missing out on a big aspect of travelling.... by Amit Saxena | Eating Cheap as You Travel o...
by The Happy Nomad on Jul 28, 2016

Discovering Vibrant Vietnam

The Happy Nomad ꔷ For Backpackers by Backpackers After graduating college, I treated myself with a year-long solo trip around the globe. After 20 different countries and countless incredible experiences, it should be impossible to choose a favorite...
by The Happy Nomad on Jun 12, 2016

DUBAI : ASEELAH, EMIRATI CUISINE

In a cosmopolitan and future-forward city, where presence of hundreds of nationalities from across the globe means availability of hundreds of varieties of cuisines, it remains relevant to find and appreciate local Emirati cuisine in Dubai. It’...
by Beyond Toxicity @ docgelo.com on May 25, 2016

Exeter Eats: Boston Tea Party

Throughout my five years as a student at Exeter,  there has only ever really been one daytime foodie spot in the city that has consistently delivered.The food is delicious, the coffee on point, the space welcoming. Most importantly, they al...
by La Lingua on Mar 11, 2016

Top Travel Blog Articles: The Travel Tester Favourites January 2016

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked top travel blogs in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world. Tune in every last day of the Month so you don’t miss the best travel ti...
by The Travel Tester on Jan 30, 2016

Honey Drink

We entered a traditional Ethiopian honey tavern in Gera, a place in the Oromia region that’s known for its honey production. We were welcomed by an older lady who shook […]...
by Pinch of Adventure on Jan 30, 2016

Travel to Seinäjoki Finland for Silence and Energizing Nature – Especially in Winter!

Greetings from Seinäjoki in the Southern Ostrobothnia region of Finland! This year marks the 10th year of my (solo) travel and travel blogging existence! Can you believe that? Ah, I’m getting old now. In 2006, I set out on my own.....
by The Travel Tester on Jan 25, 2016

Base + Barley Restaurant Launch

If you're an Exeter resident, you may have noticed adverts for Base + Barley sprayed onto the pavements of the city. Ever curious, I had a quick google and discovered that the people behind the day to night bar, Artigiano, were launching a brand...
by La Lingua on Dec 1, 2015

this or that?

processed cheese slice with yellow dye #5 or raw-milk artisanal cheese from a small farm?     canteloupe melons tasting like cardboard or freshly plucked cherry tomatoes bursting with sun-ripened flavor?   cornfed-antibiotic-supplement...
by Holistic Living on Aug 28, 2015

our unsung heroes

            In the end how much does an investment banker’s work really contribute to my quality of life? Nada, nothing. Same goes for a real estate developer’s work, a sports champion’s work (some people may … Continue...
by Holistic Living on Aug 25, 2015

Green Goddess Dressing

Oh, how I love that name.   It’s the name that first sparked my interest in this dressing, the green thing came second. I’m very much into green foods these days, chlorophyll being the most direct translation of sunlight into living ...
by Holistic Living on Aug 22, 2015

Our mini Italian road trip II : San Gemini

San Gemini was by far one of my favourite trips in Italy.Have you ever been given one of those experience boxes? The sort where you can choose between barman courses and horse riding and Nordic walking? We had one for a whole year, caught in indecisi...
by La Lingua on Aug 21, 2015

let food be thy medicine

A lot of food bashing has been going on in recent years about the Western Diet, and rightfully so. While many cultures have been using foods to heal the body through their various properties (as in Chinese or Ayurvedic medicine … Continue readi...
by Holistic Living on Aug 14, 2015

The food in Puglia

I am very proud to say that I introduced Michele to pasticiotti.They're delicious little cakes filled with custard and they are so incredibly moreish! They're a typical cake from Puglia and the Lecce region in particular so whenever we head down they...
by La Lingua on Jul 29, 2015

more time for lunch

“Madame,” the waiter in the small town of Amboise in France said to me with a serious face, “I cannot serve you if you don’t have enough time for lunch.” My daughter and I were on a breath taking whirlwind … Contin...
by Holistic Living on Jul 21, 2015

live foods/dead foods

I am currently researching live foods – and dead foods in juxtaposition. A lot of what you find at your local supermarket is dead food. Why such a horrendous name? Because food that’s been manufactured (funny way to talk about … Con...
by Holistic Living on Jun 12, 2015

HOORAY FOR INDE-10-DENCE DAY!

  For the Nationalistic: Independence Day Parade   MARCH ON! MARCH ON! Or just walk - walk your heart out and show off that pride inside. It’s that one day in the year when you can bring all that I-love-the-Philippines […]...
by Everything Cebu on Jun 11, 2015

the color of life

I find the color Green very soothing. It seems restful to my eyes. I love when vibrant green begins to mix into the drab gray browns of winter and slowly takes over by the end of May. I can look … Continue reading →...
by Holistic Living on May 1, 2015

Join Us on 4.29 for Meetup/Fundraiser for Jimmy’s No. 43

Help Jimmy's No. 43 get back on its feet after the E Village explosion. Join us on 4.29 for a Meetup/fundraiser with snacks and drinks from standout local makers. The post Join Us on 4.29 for Meetup/Fundraiser for Jimmy’s No. 43 appeared first...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 24, 2015

Food Supply Chain Transparency Is Key to a Healthy Future

Peretz Partensky of Sourcery explores how new tech and decentralized business models are tackling the least transparent part of our food system: the supply chain. The post Food Supply Chain Transparency Is Key to a Healthy Future appeared first on Fo...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 17, 2015


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