It will come as no surprise to long-time readers that one of my favorite parts of traveling is the food. Whether I’m sampling something for the first time in a distant country or trying a new restaurant in my hometown, I always like to share my dining experiences and “food porn” photos here on LL World Tour. Now, for your convenience, you can find many of my mouthwatering food posts in one place.
1. New York City
- New York Eats: My Favorite NYC Restaurants
- More of My Favorite Restaurants in NYC
- Photo Essay: A “Smorgasburg” in Brooklyn
- Eataly: The “Italian Wholefoods” Comes to NYC
- Just One Slice! Pizza in New York
Obviously, New York isn’t the only place to get good food in the US. There’s also my other hometown of Chicago:
- Ethnic Chicago
- Chicago’s New Food Museum
- Chicago’s Green City Market
- Chicago Eats: My Ultimate Guide to Chicago’s Best Restaurants
- Chicago’s Best NON Deep Dish Pizza
- Chicago Al Fresco: Outdoor Neighborhood Gems
- Eating Like a Rock Star at the Chicago Gourmet
- Chicago: A Mexican Food Tour through Pilsen
- Photo of the Week: Superdawg
3. The Rest of the U.S.A.
- 6 Reasons to Visit Gulf Shores, Alabama
- Top Reasons to Visit Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Where to Eat in Pittsburgh
- Where to Eat in New Orleans Now!
- 36 Hours in Philly
- Where to Eat in East Liberty, Pittsburgh
A couple years ago, I spent some time in Nova Scotia, loving it and chowing down on some of the great seafood of Atlantic Canada.
- Where to Eat in Edmonton
- An Afternoon in Shelburne, Nova Scotia
- For the Love of Lobster – The “Right” Way to Make and Eat Lobster
- Foods of Nova Scotia – Have You Heard of These Nova Scotian Specialties?
5. Latin America
So much good food south of the border. I finally am working my way around Mexico…it’s got to be one of my favorite food countries for sure!
It’s hard not to eat well on this continent!
- Photo of the Week: Food Glorious Food – Parma, Italy
- Eat + Italy = Italy
- The Bountiful Boot: Italian Food!
- What to Eat in Emilia Romagna
Other Delicious European Experiences:
- Where to Eat in Slovenia
- Where to Eat in Basel
- Every Gram Counts at Hiltl: The World’s Oldest Vegetarian Restaurant
- Breakfast in Norway
- Where to Eat in St Petersburg
- Fancy a Fika? Coffee Culture in Sweden
When I was in Colombia, I learned to make Changua (a delicious cheesy soup) in a cooking class, and managed to scribble down the recipe for my readers:
Previously on the blog, I’d been sharing recipes from friends I’d met around the world. I’d really like to write more of these posts but, for now, take a look at the archive:
- Recipes from Around the World: Sweden
- Recipes from Around the World: Pakistani Curries
- Recipes from Around the World: France
- Recipes from Around the World: Italy
- Recipes from Around the World: Israel
9. Foodie Musings
Clearly, I love eating food, but I also spend a fair amount of time just thinking about it. For example, I like to think about where our food comes from and share tips on how to eat more sustainably.
- Where Does Our Food Come From?
- Two Part Series: How to Live Simpler, Cheaper, and Happier! (check out the last section of this post)
I’ve also written about how travel turned me into a coffee drinker, what “American food” means, and some of the odd things I ate during the first year of my round the world trip.
Of course, there’s also the story of how I got a job as a barista in Melbourne with no work visa:
And, in case you made it through this entire post and weren’t enticed by any of the yummy links, here’s a random, funny read: