One of the best parts about having a Norwegian breakfast is that almost everything in it is filled with protein, so it starts your day off right.
Traveling equals eating! That’s why I try to collect international recipes to enjoy once we get home and share with you!
When we travel, we often plan our day, and sometimes our whole trip, around what we are going to eat. It is that important to us.
Kunefe is a desert that is made from shredded yufka sandwiching, a stringy cheese such as kaşar, cooked in a pan over a flame.
The Turks use eggplant (patlican) in such a variety of dishes from mezzes (appetizers) to the main course, it’s a rare meal out that I don’t order it.
Traveling around Japan, we find we spend a lot of time eating, planning what we are going to eat, learning about local foods, and well, eating some more. Planning this trip, we all knew that we wanted to learn more about that iconic Japanese food – Ramen! Luckily, just a few minutes from Tokyo station by train, you can not only learn about these famous instant noodles but make them at the Cup Noodles Museum. Then, when we’ve spent the morning learning about the commercial product, we can head over and have some of the best ramen in the country at the Ramen Museum. So many noodles, so little time. Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama There are arguably not many …
Kit Kat candy bars; everybody has had one, right? These chocolate-covered wafers will tickle anyone’s sweet tooth, but in Japan they have taken Kit Kats to a whole new level. Ten years ago, the Japanese began to expand on the traditional Kit Kat bar and opened up a whole new era of tastes. To begin with, in the mid-1990s, they tried out a bitter chocolate, and by the end of the 90s they had added strawberry to the mix. These new Japanese Kit Kat flavors were a hit, and after that they came up with new flavors every year. Japanese Kit Kat Flavors That Will Surprise You For the first few years the Japanese Kit Kat flavors stayed rather predictable …