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San Francisco restaurants and shops in the Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 area

5 Restaurants in San Francisco You Should Try

When you talk about fine dining, the San Francisco Bay area is the place to be. Last November, Michelin, the group behind the popular high-end dining rating system, gave 3 Michelin stars to 8 restaurants in San Francisco while New York City only received 5.  This just places San Francisco …

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Assortment of Middle Eastern or Arabic Halal foods on concrete rustic background.

5 Delicious Halal Foods To Travel For

One of the most pleasing things I have ever heard is that one can never act well, stay well, sleep well or enjoy well if they have not dined well. I believe that whoever wrote this knew that there would come a time when people would start searching for new …

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Dates and other delicious dishes from Dubai for an iftar meal

10 Most Delicious Dishes From Dubai

Dubai is among one of the finest spots to enjoy vacations. It attracts a lot of domestic and foreign tourists from all around the world since it offers a vast variety of experiences and places to see. Among all such activities, tasting the mouthwatering dishes from Dubai can prove to …

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Greenmount beach in Coolangatta, on the Gold Coast, featured in our guide to Queensland for foodies and adventurers.

Guide to Queensland For Foodies And Adventurers

If you’re itching for a touch of adrenaline in your life or if you can’t wait to try the new foods this amazing world has to offer, grab a map of Australia and check out Queensland. Sure, when asked about adventure and food in Australia, most people automatically think of …

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Food Packaging Ideas for Travelers

5 Great Food Packaging Ideas for Travelers

Packing food with you while you travel is essential, in particular, when you are going to travel for a long period. One of the main reasons for packing foods includes vulnerability to food allergy or sensitivity or fear of food poisoning. It is, then, essential to pack home-made food instead …

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Shell sign marks the way for pilgrims walking and tasting the Camino de Santiago through Northern Spain

Tasting the Camino de Santiago Along Coastal Spain

The Camino de Santiago or Way of Saint James is a Christian pilgrimage to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great. His remains are buried in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, in northwestern Spain. While there are various routes through many European countries that lead there, …

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Siphon vacuum coffee maker at your coffee shop

4 Location-Based Tips to Improve Your Coffee Shop

Everyone knows the effect coffee has on people. Some people need it to properly function throughout the day while others need it to get their attitudes in check before facing the world. Whether you’re the one needing the coffee, the one avoiding people who haven’t had their coffee, or if …

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Pubs and bars with neon lights in the French Quarter in downtown New Orleans, one of the best foodie cities in the US.

3 Best Foodie Cities in the US

Many people travel the world for business reasons. Others travel to escape the stresses of the business world. However, there is a third major reason people take trips to other countries. It’s not to vacation in some tropical paradise or winter wonderland. It’s not to close a deal with an …

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Collage of delicious savory and sweet foods to celebrate the National Foodies Day.

4 Ways to Celebrate the National Foodies Day

There are two things that drew me into this community; the love of writing, and the love of food. Food and cooking are things that bind people together and a good meal can create friendships that last forever. I did meet my best friend while sharing a basket of chicken …

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