Every year, I have a list of culinary delights/challenges that I plan to tackle. And let me be straight with you – headcheese has been on that list for far too many years. With 30 being a big year for me, I decided to add it onto my 30 For 30 List, in hopes that I would put a concerted effort into actually trying it. And I finally did. Continue reading “headcheese”
This past week has brought some exceptional opportunities for me to expand my food horizons, indulge in new experiences and enjoy great company! From Peterborough to Toronto to Keene, it has been a week of culinary delights! Continue reading “a week of culinary delights”
I haven’t really had many opportunities lately to stretch the boundaries of my food repertoire. The last food bucket list update I did was when I ate a beef tongue sandwich back in February! Well, this week, I’ve got an update for you! And it’s all about more meats that may be cringe-worthy for some, but are absolutely delish! Continue reading “food bucket list: meats”
Loveliness. That’s the word I can use to sum up this week. Although we entered it with disappointed hearts, everything always happens for a reason. Things line up, fall into place, and work out for the best. Continue reading “One + Four = Life: Yoga, Vegas, and Treats”
After the excitement of Weekends Past, this week was low-key. We had our Quinlan-Lummiss engagement celebration dinner with our families on Monday. Of course, I never seem to take pictures of the important things. After that, I was pretty much out of commission from Tuesday-Friday with work and a debilitating headache. Here’s what I did manage to capture: Continue reading “One + Four = Life: Scenery, Sweets, & Special People”
Let me start off by saying that I didn’t go to Cuba for a culinary adventure. Don’t get me wrong, I would love to! Much like the culture and heritage, Cuban food is a unique fusion of African, Spanish, Caribbean influences. But when you’re travelling with someone that has food restrictions, it’s a challenge to balance the desire for new food experiences with the mindfulness that there needs to be “safe” foods for them on the menu. Some people don’t share the same culinary audacity and enthusiasm that I have, and that’s OK. Continue reading “travel to taste: cuban eats”
There is nothing that excites me more than the thought of travelling around the world and stuffing my gob with amazing foods. Thankfully, I have had several opportunities to do just that in the past five years, and look forward to adding to that list in the years to come.
In my last Travel to Taste blog posting, I shared with you my Canadian favourites. Now, I’m going to go beyond the borders and share with you the delightful bites that I’ve had abroad.