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7 Russian Eats For a Traveler On-The-Go

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This summer of 2018 the FIFA World Cup is headed to Russia. There will be games in the westernmost city of Kaliningrad and as far east as Yekaterinburg. These cities are over 2,000 miles apart. While it’s only a three-hour plane ride, many traveling through Russia opt for trains. Not …

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Where To Find The Best Local Food In The UK

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British cuisine hasn’t always been famous for its finesse. Rationing in the 40s and 50s left us very little to cook with. And unfortunately cemented the idea that the Brits simply aren’t that creative in the kitchen. Thankfully, the days of rationing and over-boiled veg are long gone and the …

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6 Trendy Restaurants in Glasgow for Food Lovers

trendy restaurants in Glasgow

Glasgow is becoming a hidden gem of evolving food hubs. This fantastic city that is thriving with history, culture and arts is climbing up on the foodie ladder. Though it has never typically been known for its dining reputation other than chippies and renowned Indian cuisine, Glasgow has surprised locals …

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How to Eat Like a Russian Gipster in St. Petersburg

eat like a russian gipster

Sorry Moscow, St. Petersburg was and is the cultural capital of Russia. You can’t beat the brilliant pink, yellow, and blue buildings that line every street in the center. On top of that, there are countless famous churches, canals, statues, museums, and literary spots scattered about. In contrast to all …

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7 Hot Eastern European Foods To Keep You Warm In Winter

Hot Eastern European foods

It is a shame that Eastern Europe is often overlooked when it comes to food. No one knows how to handle cold, dark, long winters quite like those from the harsh climate of North-Eastern Europe. Even if the weather isn’t freezing or snowy, winter can get very dark. So, there …

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5 Holiday Treats from the Amsterdam Christmas Markets

Holiday Treats from the Amsterdam Christmas Markets

On the second Sunday of November, the Netherlands is visited by a beloved figure known the world over. Sinterklaas (aka Saint Nicholas) sails into Haarlem from Spain to ring in Christmas, spreading happiness and cheer for everyone. Amsterdam is a 15-minute train ride from Haarlem and is a popular spot …

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Antipasti 101: How to serve the best Antipasti Platters

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The list of Italian contributions to history is manifold, but somehow culinary ones are neglected by most people. The antipasti are part of that trail of enduring gifts from Italy to the world. In fact, the preparation of authentic antipasti is as distinctly varied as the history of the great country that …

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8 Spanish Dishes You Must Try At Least Once

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Spain is made up of many different regions. And, as in many other countries, each of which has their own distinctive flavor and cuisine. I discovered the many delicious offerings of the Iberian Peninsula while traveling in Spain one summer. Moreover, I was quick to attempt the replication of many …

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