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The website for Culinary Travelers and Foodies

The website for Culinary Travelers and Foodies

TravelFoodandDrink.com  is really for anybody who enjoys trying different foods while traveling. Whether it’s down your street, or on the other side of the world.  We are “foodies” and “gastronauts” that believe the best part of traveling, and the best way to learn more about people, and their culture, is by sharing and...

Iceland – Food and Drink, what you need to try

Iceland – Food and Drink, what you need to try

Iceland has some very interesting food (Minke whale, puffin, fermented shark, fresh seafood), and drink (black death) plus some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.  Spend a few minutes looking at these photos to learn almost everything you need to know about food and drink in Iceland. Famous Icelandic Hot Dog with...

Cambodia’s National Dish, it’s all Amok

Cambodia’s National Dish, it’s all Amok

                                Sat crossed legged at a local home, I am presented with a small banana leaf basket, inside which is a soft creamy food, fresh in smell and soft in texture. It’s Amoke Trei, or fish amok, and if anything can be said to be the national dish of...

Nepal – The Sweet Trail to Everest Base Camp

Nepal – The Sweet Trail to Everest Base Camp

Trekking up to Everest Base Camp, for me, felt like a bit of a pilgrimage. I’ve hiked and camped since I was a kid, and the world’s highest peak had some sort of pull over my mind that eventually saw me planning a long hike around the Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal. I spent something like 33 days hiking in the area, and by the end of it my body...

A Sweet Spot for Baklava in Istanbul

A Sweet Spot for Baklava in Istanbul

The baklava at Karaköy Güllüoğlu in Istanbul comes in many different flavors and shapes. In general it is usually made with a  flaky Greek phyllo dough  pastry that is layered with a cinnamon-spiced filling of walnuts, pistachios and almonds.  The bottom layer is bathed in sweet syrup or honey.  It’s very popular in Greek restaurants...

Iconic American Food Series-Buffalo Wings

Iconic American Food Series-Buffalo Wings

It wasn’t all that long ago that the humble chicken wing was considered undesirable and even discarded. With little meat, plenty of fatty skin and few redeeming qualities, chicken wings were rarely ever consumed. That is, until a Friday night in 1964, in a humble restaurant and bar in Buffalo called the Anchor Bar, when owner Teressa Bellissimo was asked...

A Tiny Cape Cod B&B for Local Food Lover’s

A Tiny Cape Cod B&B for Local Food Lover’s

Are you a locavore?  A locavore is a person interested in eating food that is locally produced, not moved long distances to market.  We appreciate any business, large or small that is part of the locavore movement.  It is always best to “eat local” when you travel, and this tiny B&B in Cape Cod, Massachusetts is a great place to stay and eat...

A Hearty Meal in the Mountains of Tajikistan

A Hearty Meal in the Mountains of Tajikistan

After spending a week hiking in the Tajik Pamirs, located on the border of Afghanistan and Tajikistan getting back to Khorog is like returning to some sort of paradise. Not only are there comfortable beds and hot showers, but the FOOD is delicious and hearty! This is a plate of ‘Boso Laghman’ or fried noodles that I had just after hitching back into...

5 Singapore Hawker Food Court Foods You Must Try

5 Singapore Hawker Food Court Foods You Must Try

Hawker food courts are extremely popular in Singapore among the locals and the tourists. They are essentially food courts, but on a much bigger scale. Some of the Hawker centers have over 100 vendors that offer all types of different foods, all at a competitive price. No matter what kind of food you like, you will be sure to find exactly what you’re...

Food Photos-Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Food Photos-Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Caesars Palace  in Las Vegas is the home to the $17-million, 25,000-square-foot Bacchanal Buffet.  Offering more than 300 dishes for dinner and around 500 dishes total during the day from nine show kitchens, the Bacchanal’s  selection is very impressive and like a Roman feast. It is probably the best buffet in Las Vegas and its not cheap, but well...

Slovakia – National Dishes and Favorite Foods

Slovakia – National Dishes and Favorite Foods

Some Slovak cuisine is well known in certain regions of the world where Slovaks have settled. It is not anywhere near as world famous and popular as French or Italian, but it has the power to warm the hearts of travelers. Many Slovakian foods were originated by the traditional lifestyle in the villages. Meals were prepared by the ingredients they got from...

 

 

 

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All About Family in the End for Guy Fieri

All About Family in the End for Guy Fieri

It’s hard to keep up with Guy Fieri these days as he adds more television shows to his repetroire. He’s currently working on the Food Network on Guy’s Big Bite and Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. He appears as a guest judge on the Next Food Network Star (which he won during its second season) and works on Tailgate Warriors. He also hosts the NBC primetime...

Robert Irvine Dishes On Cooking With Garbage and His Favorite Places

Robert Irvine Dishes On Cooking With Garbage and His Favorite Places

Food Network star Robert Irvine has led us through cooking with minimal ingredients on Dinner: Impossible; teaching kitchen skills on Worst Cooks in America; and revitalizing eateries on Restaurant: Impossible. It’s all in a day’s work for a man who has shown his culinary skills around the world in resorts, catering halls, and even on Navy ships. Robert...

Divya Gugnani Confirms that Sexy Women Eat

Divya Gugnani Confirms that Sexy Women Eat

When it comes to women who have reinvented their careers, Divya Gugnani takes the top prize. The New Yorker went from one highly successful career to another without missing a beat. And that’s just the way she likes things. Divya Gugnani grew up on Long Island with parents who were natives of India. She studied economics at Cornell and then got an MBA from...

Rocky Fino Offers Food and Cocktails for Sex

Rocky Fino Offers Food and Cocktails for Sex

That’s a headline that gets a lot of attention and that is just the way Rocky Fino likes it. In fact, he’s named his books accordingly. Will Cook for Sex and Will Mix for Sex are his guides to getting to a woman’s heart through her stomach – and her cocktail glass. Rocky Fino grew up in Arcadia, California, in a family that loved to cook as much as they...

Gina and Pat Neely, At Home and On the Road

Gina and Pat Neely, At Home and On the Road

It all started in 1998, when Gaelin, Mark, Patrick and Tony, also known as the brothers Neely, opened a barbecue restaurant in downtown Memphis. It was so popular that Pat’s wife Gina joined in for the expansion and the couple became Nashville’s food sweethearts. They appeared on the Food Network and began with their own show in 2008. Down Home with the...

Tryst & 32 East Open the Way to Downtown Delray Beach, Florida

Tryst & 32 East Open the Way to Downtown Delray Beach, Florida

The revitalization of Downtown Delray Beach, Florida, began more than a decade ago and this village by the beach has shown a continued growth in the area. That reputation has been enough to lure some top chefs to the downtown, which is getting a reputation for its fine dining. The town strives on being known for its creativity and that extends to the...

Manny Martinez Brings Fine Food to Central Illinois Breweries

Manny Martinez Brings Fine Food to Central Illinois Breweries

Destihl may sound like a place for spirits, but it’s actually the name of two brewery-restaurants that have quietly popped up in Central Illinois. The first location for Destihl was in Normal near the Central Illinois Regional Airport. In an area where even a brewery is an unusual find, the owners made the...

Chefs Mikel Alonso and Bruno Oteiza Create Magic at Cocina del Autor in Riviera Maya

Chefs Mikel Alonso and Bruno Oteiza Create Magic at Cocina del Autor in Riviera Maya

Grand Velas Riviera Maya is a somewhat unusual property. It’s an all-inclusive resort which has received Five Diamond AAA status, but it’s not just the hotel that’s garnered accolades. Grand Velas has also been recognized for its restaurants, which are open to the public in addition to hotel guests. One of these, Cocina del Autor, was rated among the “23...

The London Chef Teaches Victoria How to Cook

The London Chef Teaches Victoria How to Cook

It started in, of all places, at a Whole Foods store in London. Dan Hayes was the Food Manager there and he was giving cooking classes. A young woman named Micayala seemed to be taking a lot of his classes. She finally got up the nerve to ask him out and the two realized their joint passion for fresh food – and teaching the world how to make it – was as...

Roger Gillespie Cooks Up Tastes of Summerland

Roger Gillespie Cooks Up Tastes of Summerland

Summerland is a quaint town in the Okanagan Valley of Canada’s British Columbia. It may not seem like the place to go for gourmet food and fine wine, but it is quickly becoming known for both. One of those who is leading in that movement is Chef Roger Gillespie, owner of Victoria Road Deli & Bistro. Roger Gillespie was born and raised in Winnipeg, but has...

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