Gales, uno de los lugares más hermosos que jamás haya visto.
Sus paisajes, su gastronomía, su gente, su historia.
Rememoro sus caminos como si los caminase hoy y no meses atrás; Veo fotos de cada ingrediente y lo saboreo como si fuese a preparlo ahora mismo. Cada ciudad que recorrí y cada plato que probé quedará registrado en mi memoria, en mis sentidos, y en mi paladar.
Viajar es la respuesta, sin importar cual sea la pregunta.
For the past several years, I’ve been dealing with health issues. The constant ups and downs of coping with the effects of autoimmune diseases sent me on a quest to find healing. If you’ve ever had your life put on hold due to an illness, you know how frustrating it can be in the way it interferes with your well being and mental state. I’ve spent many a days praying in silence and thinking about how I could turn all this frustration and suffering into something positive through my work with @humanityunified I began to use food as medicine and nature to ease the anxiety and depression that was a result of a constant lack of sleep. I fell in love with the idea of growing my own food and dreamed of one day having an enormous organic garden where I could plant all kinds of nourishing fruits and vegetables. I began to think of the women in Rwanda and their constant battles with malaria, waterborne diseases, influenza, HIV and many many other illnesses the poor fight through everyday. I thought about how miserable it must feel when you are tilling a field in the blistering sun half starving, but there is no option to rest if you want to survive. In the U.S. we worry so much about success in a business sense, but to me success is having your health, so that you can be present, alive and well. After a year of pondering how I could bring everything full circle, I found the answer lies in the idea of creating an organic garden project our team is calling the “Healing Gardens.” These gardens will provide women living in extreme poverty with education in horticulture (gardening), trainings in cooking healthy meals and malnutrition prevention, and business insight on how to sell at local markets to generate income. We will be using food and nature as medicine to heal bodies and minds while creating economic opportunities. As Rumi says: “The wound is where the light enters.” Sometimes in our suffering we discover beautiful possibilities to help make the world a bit more balanced, nourished and loving. 📸 @lifedezigned .
A growing movement to bring Māori culinary traditions to greater prominence, combined with an outstanding array of homegrown produce, means that New Zealand's drinking and dining scene is really shining. David J Constable heads to New Zealand to investigate. Head to Foodism online to catch the feature in full. 📸 Auckland restaurant Orphans Kitchen, snapped by Josh Griggs.
Being at #Kinkára means reminding ourselves of the subtle pleasure of enjoying a meal made of food harvested with your own two hands. At Kinkára we strive to provide earth-to-plate options as we follow the seasons year-round.
Visit the Baracchi’s vineyards and winery and learn about the process of wine making, from the vineyard to the bottle on our Cooking Under the Tuscan Sun culinary tour. Book the week of April 1-7, 2019 and get 30% off plus no SINGLE SUPPLEMENT for solo travelers! Contact us for more information!
There will never be a better time to experience a week under the Tuscan sun! #winewednesday#foodandtravel#luxurytravel#michelin @relaischateaux
The open pit at The Salt Lick BBQ in Driftwood, TX is a sight to behold.⠀
We made this short drive from Austin on our quest to find the most authentic BBQ in TX⠀
A wholesome place for amazing Texas bbq.⠀
Thanks to Maria @europeupclose for driving and Taiss from @togethertowherever for the great company.⠀
How far would you travel for great food?⠀
Vee haftayı yarıladık sevgili gastroizmir takipçileri😊 Bugün öğle yemeğinde Ali Usta Oltu Kebap’taydık. Oltu kebabı, etin terbiye edilip yatık döner şeklinde ateşte pişirilmesiyle yapılıyor ve şişler halinde birer birer servis ediliyor. Ayrıca yanında lavaş,közlenmiş biber, soğan ve yeşillik getiriyorlar, size de dürüp dürüp yemek kalıyor🌯🌯 Siz istedikçe daha çok şiş getirip doyana kadar da yediriyorlar😋🍖 Kebap oldukça lezzetli fakat insan yanında güzel bir açık ayran aramıyor değil. Bir de fiyatı bize biraz tuzlu geldi 😕
2 şiş + ayran: 40₺
Ali Usta Oltu Kebap: 8/10
Pitaya y limón 💚💖 One of the things that I admire most of our Latin culture is the abundance of colors found in everything, especially in our food! Just look at this work of art I found at the market 😍
•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Una de las cosas que admiro más de nuestra cultura latina es la abundancia de colores en cualquier cosa, especialmente en nuestra comida! Mira nomas está obra de arte en el mercado 😍
We're in Nazaré, one of the most popular seaside places in the Silver Coast, Portugal. It's not all just about McNamara 🏄 and big waves! Here you'll find amazing fish and seafood restaurants. We had a Fish and Seafood Cataplana - its flavour even surpassed the quality of the photo 😎
If you're more into fruity desserts, The Jolli P (a nod to fast-food chain @jollibee) is a mango and peach jelly-filled concoction with whipped cream and graham cracker crumb toppings.
@gelatomessina’s take on the Filipino “Mango float”, is the “paborito” dessert of Chef @rossmagnaye (Rice Paper Sister, Melbourne) and the ENTREE.PINAY’s Culinary Curator + Chief Baking Officer of @sweet.cora.cakes. It’s the tropical take on the ol’ English trifle, with Filipino version made of fresh mango on condensed + evaporated milk mousse layers on a ginger cookie base crumb. 🇦🇺🇵🇭Messina's Filipino Jeepney food truck dishes will be available exclusively at the Sydney markets from October 4–21. It’s gonna be a sweet two weeks celebrating the flavours of our Motherland in our Aussie homeland.