Indiana’s 10 Best Burgers
December 1, 2018 – 12:34 am | Comments Off on Indiana’s 10 Best Burgers

Each year, readers of VisitIndiana.com vote for the “Best of Indiana”. This time, voters selected the state’s best burgers. It was a tough job, but here are their 10 best:
#1 – Brew Burger from Brew, …

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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

Special to Road Trips for Foodies
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 …

65 Years of Specialty Food
December 30, 2018 – 8:32 am | Comments Off on 65 Years of Specialty Food
65 Years of Specialty Food

Special to Road Trips for Foodies
By Susan Segrest for Specialty Food Magazine
Following World War II, a whole generation who had served overseas returned with memories of foods and culture they had never before …

The Best Italian Christmas Cakes?
December 25, 2018 – 7:57 am | Comments Off on The Best Italian Christmas Cakes?
The Best Italian Christmas Cakes?

Special to Road Trips for Foodies
By Italian Exhibition Group
The Sigep Observatory of Italian Exhibition Group interviewed some of the most famous Italian confectioners who have ordained artisan-made panettone as the King of Christmas together …

Osaka’s Cupnoodles Museum
November 17, 2018 – 8:36 am | Comments Off on Osaka’s Cupnoodles Museum
Osaka’s Cupnoodles Museum

It may have Japanese origins, but American college students have claimed ramen noodles as their own unique cultural marker (and cheap food of choice).
If you want to experience the Fully Monty of Ramen, however, you …

A Civil War Era Feast in a Presidential Site
November 4, 2018 – 8:43 am | Comments Off on A Civil War Era Feast in a Presidential Site
A Civil War Era Feast in a Presidential Site

Step back in time for a Civil War era dinner “with” General Benjamin Harrison and his officers as they share stories of service to the Union during a banquet in the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, …

Food Tank’s Fall 2018 Reading List
November 3, 2018 – 8:57 am | Comments Off on Food Tank’s Fall 2018 Reading List
Food Tank’s Fall 2018 Reading List

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By Contributing Author Katherine Walla for Food Tank
Food Tank is highlighting 19 books about food and agriculture to fall for this season. These books explore food policy, nutrition science, …

“Brewing Up Chicago” Opens Friday in the Field Museum
October 30, 2018 – 8:16 am | Comments Off on “Brewing Up Chicago” Opens Friday in the Field Museum
“Brewing Up Chicago” Opens Friday in the Field Museum

“Brewing Up Chicago: How Beer Transformed a City”, an exhibition hosted at the Field Museum, 1400 South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois, opens Friday (November 2, 2018).
The exhibition takes a “deep dive” into Chicago’s history …

Origin of Tomato Juice?
October 28, 2018 – 8:25 am | Comments Off on Origin of Tomato Juice?
Origin of Tomato Juice?

Louis Perrin, chef at the French Lick Springs Hotel in French Lick, Indiana, ran out of oranges one summer’s day in 1917.
Needing a juice to serve guests at breakfast, he substituted tomatoes that were peeled, …