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I love food. There, open and honest. I never knew I was a foodie until I realized all my trips centered on what I was going to eat for lunch and dinner (oops). I love trying local cuisines because I feel like you can’t know a country until you’ve eaten what the people eat! When in Rome, as they say. So far, my favourite cuisines are Mexican, Thai, and Korean!

I’m a pescatarian, so I obviously have some ethical angles regarding food. I try not to push my thoughts onto others, but I’m always happy to share my experiences. No, being a pescatarian and foodie is not a contradiction. I’m happy to say I’ve been able to eat in every restaurant I’ve been to! 

Because I love food so much, I write several types of reviews. Though I mostly focus on Restaurants Reviews, I also throw in some cuisine guides amongst other things. 




Restaurant Review: Restaurante Associação Agrícola

Location: Ribeira Grande, Açores, PortugalCuisine: Azorean In 2014, this restaurant set up shop in an outdoor tent in the middle ...
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The Vegetarian Traveler: Dallas

Welcome to my new series specifically focusing on vegetarianism as a traveler across the world. I will discuss what traditional ...
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Restaurant Review: Teresa Carles

Location: Barcelona, EspañaCuisine: Vegetarian/Catalan If you know anything about Spain, you may know that vegetarianism isn't exactly a widespread lifestyle ...
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Restaurant Review: Café Mozart

Location: Washington, DCCuisine: German Cafe Mozart is tucked away from the most popular streets, and the restaurant itself is in ...
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Restaurant Review: Hangawi

Location: New York City (Manhattan), New YorkCuisine: Korean/Vegetarian As a special treat, Victor took me out to a beautiful, fancy, ...
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