If getting to know the culture of the country itself is what you seek, then a food tour is perfect for you! A food trip helps you broaden your knowledge and enrich your experience about local cuisines. This can be done by going to well-known restaurants and tasting the excellent menu the chef has prepared. But if you're feeling a bit adventurous, you can always do the exploring yourself by browsing the street foods. There's nothing quite like savoring authentic dishes and learning about the story behind them!
Earth Day is a special day where we celebrate and thank our planet for providing us with all life’s necessities – and this certainly includes food! This day also acts as a reminder of a call to action for all of us to be kinder and gentler to this beautiful planet we call home.
Having just spent five marvelous weeks in Italy enjoying (a bit too much) cheese, learning how to make pizza, and spending money on olives at the farmers’ market, it comes to no surprise that I talk about visiting the country every chance I get.
Winter is a time where we transition from light, summery dishes to comforting and fun foods that can be enjoyed on a rainy Sunday afternoon with family and loved ones. Christmas is a great time to celebrate all the food which is on offer, as well as all the fun and exciting events taking place this wonderful time of year.
Traveling does not only encourage a person’s willingness to explore and increase their independence, but it also pushes them to limits they haven’t experienced and provides abundant cultural awareness. I believe that this is particularly true for students.