5 Food And Travel Blogs That Can Open You Up To New Experiences
People travel for all sorts of reasons, but if you get on a plane solely to try new restaurants in a new city, you're not alone. These bloggers offer great tips whether you're a solo voyager or planning a family vacation, and once you've sampled the delicacies of a region, you can learn how to recreate tasty treats at home. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
5 Blogs Offering Food and Travel Tips
|Binny's Food & Travel||Binny Shah-Patel|
|A Grande Life||Stephanie Glover|
|Fun Money Mom||Lisa O'Driscoll|
|Da mi je nešto slatko...||Ana-Marija Bujić|
|Travlinmad||Lori and Angelo Sorrentino|
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|Traveling with Ghosts||Shannon Leone Fowler||Eastern Europe, Israel, and more|
|The Temporary Bride||Jennifer Klinec||Iran|
|Almost Anywhere||Krista Schlyer||America|
|Border||Kapka Kassabova||The border between Bulgaria, Turkey, & Greece|
|Reckless Traveler||Walter Rhein||South America|
|Between River and Sea||Dervla Murphy||Israel & Palestine|
|Tell Them To Get Lost||Brian Thacker||Southeast Asia|
|Adventures of a Railway Nomad||Karen McCann||Several countries across Europe|
|Vroom with a View||Peter Moore||Italy|
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If you've been dreaming of enjoying authentic cuisine during your next journey abroad, you'll want to check out these inspiring food and travel blogs. Whether you are a travel newbie or a seasoned globetrotter, here, in no particular order, are five blogs that will inspire you to eat delicious food while you explore the world.
Up first, in the #1 spot, we have Binny's Food and Travel. In 2017, Binny Shah-Patel quit her job in banking to become a full-time blogger and social media consultant. Today, she writes about food, travel, and wildlife conservation. Shah-Patel was born in Kenya, and is currently based in London.
Shah-Patel is an advocate for the ethical treatment of animals, and she has written critically about popular tourist activities that harm wild creatures. She also discusses her own travel experiences, sharing recipes as well as hotel and restaurant reviews. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as Reader's Digest and CNN.
Shah-Patel is an advocate for the ethical treatment of animals, and she has written critically about popular tourist activities that harm wild creatures.
#2 on our list is A Grande Life. The voice behind this blog is Stephanie Glover, a freelance writer and photographer. In 2007, Glover started this blog while expecting her first child. Today, she writes about all things parenting and lifestyle. Her work has been featured in BuzzFeed and PopSugar.
Glover shares kid-friendly recipes such as s'mores dip and an overnight cinnamon roll french toast bake. In addition to recipes, she writes about crafts and DIY projects. Glover writes about her experiences travelling with her family, and shares travel advice geared toward other parents. She is located in Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons.
Coming in at #3, we have Fun Money Mom, written by Lisa O'Driscoll, a mother and former teacher turned blogger. On her blog, O'Driscoll shares advice for busy moms, including recipes, crafting ideas, family-focused technology, and more. She also writes about her family vacations to Disney World, and other travel experiences.
She also writes about her family vacations to Disney World, and other travel experiences.
In addition to her blog, she creates videos for her YouTube channel which feature parenting advice, DIY projects, travel reviews and more. She frequently appears on local Sarasota talk show Suncoast View to discuss topics such as her trip to Stockholm. Her work has been featured on Good Housekeeping and HuffPost.
Up next, #4 on our list is Da mi je nesto slatko. Ana-Marija Bujic started this blog in 2007. Bujic is a cookbook author, food blogger and restaurant owner from Dubrovnik, Croatia. She is also a translator, and since 2019, she has published all of her blogs in both English and Croatian.
The blog's title loosely translates to English as Sweet Cravings. Bujic writes about Croatian food, as well as life in her hometown and tips for visitors to the city. Her restaurant Pantarul serves seasonal dishes featuring locally-sourced ingredients. In 2014, she self-published her first cookbook, What's Cooking in Dubrovnik.
Bujic writes about Croatian food, as well as life in her hometown and tips for visitors to the city.
And finally, in the #5 spot, we have Travlinmad. The voices behind this blog are Lori and Angelo Sorrentino, a travel writer and photographer team who have been traversing the world together for over thirty years. During their global expeditions, the Sorrentinos prioritize an immersive approach to travel that leads to meaningful connections with a new culture.
Their website has guides for travel newbies, as well as recommendations for unique places to stay, based on their own experiences. In addition, they write about food and wine experiences such as local tours and cooking classes. This duo of second-generation Italian-Americans also operates a blog called Italy Foodies.