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The Flight Board : Food Edition


There’s something we love just as much as travel……FOOD. Dining on the local cuisine from the destination in which you are visiting is just as important as experiencing the trip itself. A restaurant is not just a restaurant… its a glimpse into the social aspects of a culture. Local cuisine, whether served in a restaurant or at home, pays homage to the ingredients indigenous to that country or region. My favorite part of any trip is exploring the cuisine and truly getting a “taste” of the area.

From Gnocchi in Argentina to Acaraje in Brazil, some of our favorite bloggers have food on there minds, and share with us some delightful tastes from their travels that will have you yearning for a bite! I’m getting hungry just writing about this!

The Blissful Gutton shares some wonderful tales and mouth-watering photos of the culinary delights she partook in Argentina
Farsighted Fly Girl tells us why a black-eye pea fritter known as Acaraje is a must have in Brazil.
– American Expat now living in Italy, Miss Expatria, takes a walk down food memory lane, as she reminisces on the memories certain food items conjure up.
Journey Chic gives us a great gazpacho to enjoy before Fall sets in.
– In her blog, Why Travel to France, an American Expat now living in France gives us a glimpse of an array French pumpkins and squash, and show us that Harvest time is right around the corner.

Hope you enjoy this delicious buffet of tasty travel experiences!

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