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  • Cata Cazalla

    Cata is our Social Media Manager. She's graduated in Journalism and she is studying Digital Marketing. She loves travelling and taste local food everywhere. Passionate of music festivals around the world, dogfriendly person and she spends her free time in Bilbao meeting people and new locals.
  • John Kennedy

    John Kennedy is a passionate food and travel photographer. He loves developing websites and add his creative touch to it.
  • Maite Aja

    Maite Aja is our Content Editor and Graphic Designer. She has recently graduated in Advertising and Public Relations and is specializing in two areas that she loves: graphic design and digital marketing. She's curious and passionate and enjoys spending her free time reading or watching TV series.
  • Maria Onzain

    Maria Onzain is the founder of Travel for Food Hub. She is a content marketing enthusiast and a digital entrepreneur. Maria is on a full-tilt mission to make local and street food accessible for young travellers. When she is not writing about food and travel, startups or social media, she is enjoying her time with her toddler in sunny Spain.
  • Alison Whittington

    Alison Whittington is a recent graduate, completing her B.A. in writing, rhetoric, and technical communications with a double minor in book arts and Asian studies at James Madison University. Aside from writing, her passions include watching Netflix, eating pizza, and petting as many dogs as possible.
  • Allison Geronimo

    Allison Geronimo is a full-time Creative Designer and Event Management Executive on weekdays, and a part-time aspiring Chef on weekends. She runs her own blog known as Amcarmen’s Kitchen where she shares food, develops recipes, styles, and photographs her creative kitchen adventures. When she’s not working or cooking up a storm, you can find her going on a leisurely (or intense) hike, rafting down a waterfall, zip lining across a river, or treetop walking; she’s a lover of nature and an adrenaline-junkie at heart.
  • Angela Christensen

    Angela Christensen is a Food & Travel Blogger. She writes about various food cultures and also about astonishing destinations round the globe.
  • Angelo Castelda

    Angelo Castelda works as a contributor for a news magazine in Singapore. He has a refined interest in food and beverages and loves to seek varieties of food experiences around the world.
  • Ankita Kumar

    Ankita Kumar, blogger at MonkeyInc, is a hyper travel monkey from India, in love with bright colours, colourful tights, strange foods and spazzing out. She has ridden an ostrich, swum in the ocean with bioluminous planktons, giant manta rays and sharks, tasted porcupine meat, chilled with Komodo dragons, dived in a shipwreck and has narrowly escaped getting stung by a jellyfish. Follow this monkey for crazy adventure stories, tips and well, mostly to get amused. You can find her on Facebook and Instagram.
  • Capri Cafaro

    Capri S. Cafaro has spent most of her career in the governmental, non profit and academic sectors. An Ohio native, Capri grew up learning to cook and bake with her Italian-American grandmother who influenced Capri's love of travel, pasta & pie.
  • Carrie Stinogel

    Carrie has always held the belief that travel and sharing cultures makes the world a better place. She recently graduated with a degree in Archaeology and Art History, and currently works as a travel agent. Some of her travel destinations include Spain, France, England, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, and the Netherlands, with many more on her list. An avid reader, archer, singer, and food lover, she's excited to be writing about how it all comes together.
  • Catherine Santrock

    Catherine is a lover of all things food and travel related. She is currently working on a master's degree in Gastronomy and is based out of New England. Whenever Catherine travels, which she tries to do as often as possible, she enjoys soaking up new cultures through their cuisine. Her other passion is wine, which she blogs about on her personal blog Pass the Bottle. Once she has completed her studies, Catherine hopes to continue traveling around the world, eating, and writing about the many different ways in which you can experience new things through food.
  • Chris & Nina

    We are Asian street food traders based in London. Our (un)healthy obsession with food and travel prompted us to get cooking at festivals, events, and our own supper clubs as a way of sharing our passion. Everything we do continues to be fuelled by this obsession, from city-break itineraries to the dishes we serve, and now we've found another way to share our passion!
  • Devi Trianna

    Devi Trianna is a freelance journalist and a mom-in-chief for two children. She's an Indonesian who living abroad for the past 7 years. From Jakarta to London and now lives in Dubai, UAE. Apart from her routine part-time job as a broadcaster, she loves to travel and explore authentic local food in the city or other regions within the UAE. She feels so grateful to have a chance living in the cosmopolitan and diverse city like Dubai. It is a home to over 150 nationalities with hundreds food to taste. It’s like a mini ‘United Nations’ of food. For her, every day is always a new experience and a new discovery.
  • Diane Squires

    One half of the travel blogging duo AllAbroadAU. We're just a couple of Australians seeing as much of the world as we can. One writer, one photographer, we capture what we see in words and pictures to encourage others to travel too. What are you waiting for?
  • FoodTravelers_NY

    FoodTravelers_NY are a couple based out of Long Island, New York who both have a passion for great food and traveling to find it! Together, Kristina Basil, a fifth grade special education teacher, and her boyfriend Aaron Weisner, an environmental scientist, are always on the lookout for new places that serve authentic and delicious cuisine. The two love exploring local areas, as well as foreign countries, ranging from Spain to Japan. Finding the most authentic cuisines in any destination, near or far, is paramount to them. Oftentimes the best restaurants are the hidden gems that only the locals know about.
  • Guest Post

    This is a guest post written by a third party for Travel for Food Hub. If you'd like us to feature one of your own articles or become a regular contributor, contact us by clicking on the button below and filling out the form. We would be so glad to share your food and travel experiences!
  • Ingrid Dendievel

    Ingrid Dendievel is a Belgian teacher, blogger and photographer. She loves to travel with her Danish fiancé, and they both enjoy tasting local foods and drinks. You will never see her without her Nikon D7100.
  • Jim Powell

    Transplanted to Brooklyn via Philadelphia 20 years ago. I've eaten my way around the globe, from Hong Kong to London, Mexico City, South America and both U.S. coasts. Writing about Food, Travel, Technology and Finance. NYC movie scene expert. Photography for fun. Have visited 20 different MLB stadiums and currently working on NHL. Motto: "I never met a cannoli I didn't like."
  • Kate Himonas

    Kate is a language student. Last year she lived in Russia, Israel, and Morocco. She also traveled to many other destinations and explored the cuisines there. Now she'll offer you tips to get the most out of your traveling experiences around the world.
  • Kellie Coppola

    Kellie Coppola recently graduated with a B.A. in International Studies and a B.A. in Professional Writing from Miami University of Ohio. When she's not rehashing her favorite food and travel experiences, she's probably bartending, running, eating, or planning her next meal.
  • Kendal Nicole Lambert

    Kendal Nicole Lambert is a NYC-based food writer. Her blog 5 Meals a Day provides NYC restaurant reviews for millennials to dine on a budget! Kendal is a culture seeker and eager to taste all that this City has to offer. She lives by the motto “stay hungry for life”.
  • Kristina Basil

    Kristina Basil is a first grade teacher on Long Island, New York who loves exploring local areas, as well as foreign countries, ranging from Spain to Japan. Finding the most authentic cuisines in any destination, near or far, is paramount to her. She believes that oftentimes the best restaurants are the hidden gems that only the locals know about. Kristina travels and writes articles for Travel for Food Hub with her boyfriend, Aaron Weisner.
  • Manish Chandra Singh

    Manish is a travel enthusiast who believes that traveling is the best form of meditation in the world. Outside of travel, he heads the content and marketing at Untravel.com.
  • Nicoleta Radoi

    Nicoleta is the resident content blogger for uVolunteer. Nicoleta is an avid linguist, speaks fluent English, Chinese, French, Spanish and native Romanian. She spent a decade working in China in the education sector and working with major international development institutions. Nicoleta currently lives in Vancouver, Canada. She is passionate about volunteering, sustainable travel and has a soft spot for ethnic food.
  • Philip King

    Philip has been a writer for television for the past 12 years. But his passion for food and travel has been with him all his life. This passion has taken on a new and more meaningful dimension, as he shares every adventure and new flavor with his wife and twin baby girls.
  • Rob Ward

    Rob Ward is a UNCW grad working in tech in Boston. When he's not traveling and trying new foods, you can catch him running, paddle boarding, or planning his next trip.
  • Sarah Archer

    Sarah Archer is a Content Marketing Manager based in San Diego who puts her passport to use any chance she can. When she's not exploring new places and trying authentic cuisine, you can find her hiking a local trail, reading a new book or planning her next trip.
  • Shabbir

    Shabbir is a coffee fanatic from Chicago, Illinois, currently living in India, and willing to hop on a plane at the drop of a hat. He loves exploring new cultures and trying new experiences.
  • Shannon Bradley

    We are a young(ish) couple with big ambitions. Pressing the pause button on successful careers, we are off in search of adventure; exploring the culture and cuisine of Latin America and South East Asia. Our Taste of Travel is the story of our journey, told through the food we eat and the people we meet. We are building a collection of recipes and stories from local folk, so we (and you!) can recreate the taste of travel from anywhere in the world. We will also share a few highlights from our trip along the way. Enjoy. Shannon and Adam x
  • Sianne

    Based in Macau and brought up in an environment where she has learnt to appreciate the diversity of cultures, Sianne loves travelling and learning about different countries and their people. She believes that to learn about a culture, one of the best places to go is their kitchen. The ingredients, the fragrance and the flavours tell us so much about the places and the people. While there are some cities she keeps revisiting, the mission she has given herself is to explore the world by setting foot in places she has never been.
  • Sierra Nakano

    Discovery is everywhere and I embrace it every chance I get. New experiences shape how we live, breathe and act and each place I've travelled to and each person I've met has somehow influenced my life for the better. My writing allows me to reflect upon my experiences and discoveries, jotting down every detail and memory, giving me the opportunity to share them with others. Yet, the world is enormous and filled with unlimited discoveries for me to experience and record. And my door, as well as my pen, will always be open to all of them.
  • Thelma Saltsman

    For the last 10 years, I have been blessed with wanderlust. Combining my writing skills with my passion for traveling, I run my own travel blog at thetravelingexplorer.com where I can show you the best places to visit and how to effectively travel.
  • Yareli Parra

    Yareli has a degree in tourism management, enjoys discovering original places, try new gastronomic options and share her discoveries through her articles.