To me, the quintessential American breakfast joint should have three elements: choice comfort food, a long history, and lots of regulars. Tia Sophia's cafe in Santa Fe meets all those requirements and then some. You see, they also lay claim to being the unofficial creator of the breakfast burrito. So, Tia Sophia's is a destination for all breakfast lovers and a must-stop on my trip to Santa Fe.
Each coast thinks they do it better — make amazing food, that is. Having been raised in California, it goes without saying that I have a deep-rooted West Coast bias. But, I moved to New England and I'm now torn as to which place truly has my favorite All-American foods. So, I thought I'd settle it with this super informal and highly unscientific throwdown. It's taken a summer-worth of taste testing but here's who wins the culinary contest of the coasts.
As a native Angeleno, I've spent more than my fair share of time exploring the coastline of Los Angeles. Growing up just inland from Malibu, we could easily hop over the canyon to the coast for an afternoon of sunshine and body boarding usually at the seemingly endless Zuma beach. But being a cre...
Team Salt & Wind is launch Salt & Wind Travel! After two years of sharing our love for food lifestyle travel online, we decided it was high time we do so offline too. Read all about Salt & Wind trips here.
So, you've heard the news, right? We here at Salt & Wind are hitting the road and heading south of the border to Mexico. We're pretty much eating, drinking, and living all things Mexico. If we had it our way, we'd also be preparing with a little continuing education. Here are 10 courses we want to take before our next Mexico trip!
On the latest edition of our Global Kitchen series with our friends at KitchenAid, we're all about #NationalColdBrew day because, well, we're totally obsessed with cold brew coffee! Here's how to make it and have it taste as good as the expensive stuff from your local cafe.
Cancel your wedding and elope. No, I’m serious. Okay, okay, before you go all cray on me, I’m the first to admit this is not for everyone. But eloping to Thailand was the right choice for us and we wouldn’t have had it any other way — here's what we learned: