One of the most beautiful things about traveling is knowing a bunch of different cultures. But even better than that is you get the chance to eat a lot of different and delicious food while traveling.
There’s a ton of people that travel solely for Food. From local dishes to food chains from a small country in Central America, here you can find the best ideas for local cuisine and food dishes from around the world.
Teaching kids different foods from around the world while traveling.
Our absolute most favorite place while visiting Belize in the main mainland area was Placencia. This tiny village at the tip of the peninsula is known for two amazing things: 1. The Longest Beaches in Belize 2. The longest and narrowest main street in the world (it even made it to the Guinness World Book […]Read More
What do you do while watching sunsets and sipping on tropical drinks, in a beach front restaurant, as you vacation in Belize? You eat, and eat well! We stayed in Hopkins Village and had a chance to truly explore the area. Basically, it’s split up into two areas. One is close to the town, where […]Read More
Where to eat in Cuba while on vacation? That’s a good question since they have such a wide variety of choices, other than the obvious places you normally visit. There is so much more than just restaurants in Havana. What makes eating out in Cuba so different and Unique: 1. Paladars – What are Paladars? […]Read More
Years ago I remembered my sister in law had a super romantic engagement. It was before I was living in Guatemala, but I specifically recalled that it happened in Antigua and her fiance reserved a section of a restaurant for this amazing night. Finally, my husband and I learned all about what the magical place […]Read More
Pupusas are the favorite traditional food of El Salvadorans. When visiting the country you will find them anywhere. They love them so much that they came up with a day to celebrate them. National Day of Pupusas is a huge food festival that takes place all over the country. It happens every second Sunday of […]Read More
I have mentioned before how small Antigua Guatemala is. But for those who don’t know, it is a teeny tiny colonial city with only 10 square blocks. Sometimes people think that because of that Antigua has nothing to do or see but old buildings. Well, that is not the case at all. It is filled […]Read More
A top notch recipe, that deserves to be made. Ingredients 1 ½ lomito 1 teaspoon of chopped garlic 1 teaspoon of seasoning 1 teaspoon of salt ¼ teaspoon of pepper 1 teaspoon of soy sauce Cook It Up Spice up the lomito with all the ingredients, it better if you do it long time before […]Read More
Guest Post from my blogger friend and mutual Costa Rica Lover, Ann Creed, from Costa Rica Learn. We left Alajuela very early on a July morning on our day trip to Poas Volcano National Park. The drive is superbly scenic as we drove through coffee plantations, and in the month of July the coffee beans are […]Read More
This not only eaten by the very poor who sometimes only survive on this miracle food as they call it, but all classes of Guatemalans can’t seem to get enough of them. Find other Guatemala typical foods to enjoy. All day and everyday these girls and women stay over this hot saucer like grill […]Read More
Costa Rica is a blessed tropical paradise of fresh fruits. And with all my years of living here, I have to contest it is cheaper to buy fresh fruit and make your own fresh fruit juice then to buy the manufactured kind. No joke! I can never get enough of this treat and here are […]Read More
This might be a controversial thing in some parts of Central America but here it goes! I’m not the biggest fan of corn tortillas. There! I said it! I find them a bit bland and too ordinary. However, when you prepare them in some cool way that gives them a bit more flavor. But if […]Read More
Basically, an empanada is a stuffed tortilla. You can stuff it with any ingredients. The most basic is with cheese but scroll down for some other fun ideas. Also, these snacks are great fillers, and can be added to your kids lunch for a little variety! Get more options for delicious Costa Rica Traditional food. […]Read More
Along with the cabbage salad and gallo pinto, this dish is served always with lunch and dinner. So, if you don’t want to prepare it, just take a walk down a Costa Rican street until you find a Soda (local eatery) and ask for it. You have a 99% chance of them saying they have […]Read More
Here’s a riddle for you! What is made of corn dough, stuffed with meat or beans or veggies and is found at EVERY SINGLE COSTA RICAN’S HOUSE during Christmas? If you guessed Tamales, then you are correct! It is practically against the law to enter a house and NOT be offered a tamal Xmas eve and […]Read More
I’m not one to toot my own horn, but I have to say, I make a mean batch of (refried) beans! They are extremely tasty and the best part is that they are so healthy, inexpensive and flavorful. Kids and adults alike will love them!!! Personally, I like to have some in my fridge at […]Read More