“No, I wouldn’t” – probably said no one ever. Tasting street food around the world has been my “not so secret” guilty pleasure (for those who follow my Instagram) every time when I travel and when at home.
Food and culture go hand in hand
Street food and culture go together – to get to know your travel destination, eating at the local markets is a must experience that everyone should do. The feelings of food invoke a sense of community and belonging.
The taste of this year
Starting in Spain, you just can’t go without the traditional tapas and sangria…
When you dive into the food markets, you end discovering different food not just from your destination but food typical for the home country of the people making it.
and then, of course, there are the healthy stuff too…
the best healthy ice-cream like dessert I’ve ever had: Acai Sorbet with fresh berries, and a bit of melty white chocolate.
A city famous for one of its best street food markets in Europe is of course London!
Flying across the Atlantic to Canada and arriving in Toronto, just in time for St. Lawrence Market
And then there were the times when I went off my normal diet