The one daydream we're 1000% sure every food travel lover has? To move to the French Countryside in pursuit of great french wine, bread and cheese. Lisa Samuel has given us her roadmap to the perfect visit in the Burgundy region of France to fit the daydream into a vacation-sized package.
David Frenkiel and Luis Vindahl - the duo behind the stunning vegetarian food blog Green Kitchen Stories, authors of both Vegetarian Everyday and Green Kitchen Travels - invite us along for a perfect day in their hometown, Stockholm, Sweden.
We travel to eat (of course!), but never at the expense of feeling and looking good. In order to (literally) have our cake and eat it too, we turn to these six road-tested tips so our vacation can be every bit as indulgent as it is beneficial!
For a long time, Los Angeles had the reputation of being more of a dieter’s town than a food-lover’s haven. A place where diners were more concerned about celebrity sightings than James Beard Awards and the word Michelin only referred to tires. Thankfully, things change.
Let’s get one thing straight, shall we? Road trips should be a trip where you spend a lot of time getting from point A to point B and really enjoying it all, you know? To me, road trip perfection was that time I headed out of Los Angeles and took my sweet time to get Austin, as in 6 days amount of time.
It wasn’t long ago that a “craft beer road trip” wasn’t even a thing. But with the explosion of craft breweries, and amazing breweries at that, what was once a beer-lovers pipe dream is now very much a reality. While some of America’s best craft beers can be found in the West Coast’s major cities, there are other great breweries that are worth the drive.