Best Cities for Vegans and Vegetarians
October 1, 2019 – 12:04 am | Comments Off on Best Cities for Vegans and Vegetarians

Personal finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2019’s Best Cities for Vegans & Vegetarians.
To determine the “best and cheapest” places for following a plant-based diet, WalletHub compared the 100 largest cities across 17 …

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La Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie
November 18, 2019 – 8:12 am | Comments Off on La Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie
La Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie

Road Trips Foodies contemplating France might want to put Lyon on their itineraries.
La Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie, 4 Grand Cloître du Grand Hôtel-Dieu (Entrance by de l’Hôpital square), Lyon, has opened.
Part museum, part sensory …

A Culinary Journey Through Karlsruhe
November 15, 2019 – 8:34 am | Comments Off on A Culinary Journey Through Karlsruhe
A Culinary Journey Through Karlsruhe

Special to Road Trips for Foodies
By Karlsruhe Tourism
The story of the city of Karlsruhe in southern Germany begins in 1715, when the foundation stone of the Residenzschloss was laid. The city won worldwide renown …

Making the Modern Kitchen
November 1, 2019 – 8:47 am | Comments Off on Making the Modern Kitchen
Making the Modern Kitchen

Following East Central Indiana’s gas boom in the late 19th Century, the Hoosier cabinet, an innovative free-standing piece of kitchen furniture, emerged as one of the most iconic products of the region’s manufacturing industry.
Created around …

A Dinner Featuring Civil War Era Cuisine
October 21, 2019 – 8:10 am | Comments Off on A Dinner Featuring Civil War Era Cuisine
A Dinner Featuring Civil War Era Cuisine

If you’re a history buff or know someone who would love to experience Civil War-era food while being regaled with stories of how the North won, Here’s the dinner for you.
A Civil War Dinner will …

Multicultural Roots of Malaysian Cuisine
October 6, 2019 – 8:07 am | Comments Off on Multicultural Roots of Malaysian Cuisine
Multicultural Roots of Malaysian Cuisine

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By Mark Mathen Victor for The Sun Daily
In Malaysia, food has undoubtedly always brought people together. With such a multicultural society, local cuisine is derived from recipes that have …

Second Annual Sliced Bread Day
June 3, 2019 – 8:25 am | Comments Off on Second Annual Sliced Bread Day
Second Annual Sliced Bread Day

Did you know that bread wasn’t always sold pre-sliced?
According to Wikipedia, Otto Frederick Rohwedder of Davenport, Iowa, invented the first single loaf bread-slicing machine in 1912. However, it wasn’t put into commercial use until the …

A Tiny Taste of Virginia’s Food Scene
May 18, 2019 – 8:14 am | Comments Off on A Tiny Taste of Virginia’s Food Scene
A Tiny Taste of Virginia’s Food Scene

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By Virginia Tourism Corporation
For a taste of Virginia’s unique salty sensations, plan a journey through the Southeastern region following the recently launched Salty Southern Route honoring our famous Virginia …

What to Eat in Freiburg, Germany: Lange Rote
March 2, 2019 – 8:41 am | Comments Off on What to Eat in Freiburg, Germany: Lange Rote
What to Eat in Freiburg, Germany: Lange Rote

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From Historic Germany
and Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe
The ‘Lange Rote’ (long red) is a traditional grilled sausage in and around Freiburg, typically found at the Münsterplatz market, or Cathedral …

Slow Food: Beyond Good, Clean, and Fair Food
February 2, 2019 – 8:49 am | Comments Off on Slow Food: Beyond Good, Clean, and Fair Food
Slow Food: Beyond Good, Clean, and Fair Food

Road Trips Foodies interested in the academic perspective on the Slow Food Movement might want to head to Los Angeles for a presentation at 7 p.m. Monday (February 4, 2019) in the California NanoSystems Institute …

If It’s Epiphany, It’s Time for King Cake in Louisiana
January 6, 2019 – 8:50 am | Comments Off on If It’s Epiphany, It’s Time for King Cake in Louisiana
If It’s Epiphany, It’s Time for King Cake in Louisiana

By Susan McKee
The Road Trips Foodie
OK, foodies: it’s quiz time. Why is the traditional dessert served on January 6 called a king cake?
Those of you who learned about Christian holidays probably mustered up the …