Coming home every night thinking up a creative recipe can really be a chore – which is why most of us toss some chicken nuggets in the oven and hope that everyone is happy with the result. Sometimes though you really want to take things to the next level, impress your spouse or your children or both, and you need a little inspiration. Thankfully there are professional and amateur chefs out there documenting their experiences traveling the globe and cooking very carefully, so we can admire from a distance, and try our hands at their masterpieces while also being jealous of their jet setting adventures.
Based on popularity, creativity, writing style, value and breadth of their dishes – we’ve chosen the top food travel bloggers to follow in 2015. Next time you’re on vacation and staying in a vacation rental, try out some of their recipes and see if you can recreate it as best as possible.
A Global Kitchen originated from the challenges I have encountered as I live, work and travel around the world. As a chef I am always interested in learning more about the variety of local products and cooking techniques where I am living.
The longer I travel the more I see that the culture of a place is found in its food. So you won’t see us hiking many mountains, We’d rather stay at the bottom and meet the farmers, fishermen, winemakers and food producers.
I am a Londoner who likes to eat and travel. I am fearless in food choices and will eat almost anything that moves, with and without a dare.
A Penang-based food writer + photographer eating/traveling in Asia, Turkey and beyond.
FEAST: An Edible Road Trip is the result of months of strategic planning, hundreds of cups of tea, and wild visionary indulgence. It is a project dedicated to exploring Canada, highlighting incredible regional food, and meeting and featuring interesting characters and organizations.
I’m born and raised in Vancouver, BC, but have always let my taste buds guide me across the world and even so far as to dictate my work and life.
What are your impressions of Spanish cuisine? It is unfortunately often very misunderstood. Learn more about the best food to try, as well as Spanish family recipes here.
I’ve quit my job, sold all of my belongings and bought a one-way ticket to travel and experience the culinary wonders of this beautiful world. Sacrificing my waist line, I’m committed to fulfilling my role as your global guide to local food, uncovering the best (and up-to-date) foodie haunts, trends and culinary experiences around the world.
Migrationology.com is where “people who love to eat and travel” come to experience and get a flavor for delicious food from around the world and from across cultures.
Ms. Adventures in Italy is my site about cooking, exploring and tasting new specialties, and my travels in Italy as well as around the world.
I am a food photographer who currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia USA; roots via the city of Ottawa in the Province of Ontario, Canada. I’ve always favored natural looking food photographs and have been striving to “perfect” this style in my work. Most of what is on this site has been shot on location with little to no equipment, outside the body and lens.
As a food and travel writer, I combine my two greatest passions in life, always ready for the next adventure or new culinary discovery.
People often ask me how I came to write about food. It wasn’t a “beat” I specifically chose. I didn’t set out to become a food writer, per se. But I’ve always found food to be a great introduction, a perfect connection and entry into people’s lives. Everyone has a food story to tell. It’s common ground for us, as human beings.
We believe that in order to fully understand the culture of some place, you have to eat your way through it and find out the stories behind it.
Kasma is a native of Thailand who grew up learning to cook from her mother, a master chef. Thai people love food and are, in general, very knowledgeable about it. To this base, Kasma has added years of passionate experience, experimentation and study.
The Hungry Australian is where I share my personal stories, recipes and travel experiences. It’s where I get to play, creatively. It’s where I push myself to write the stories that challenge and scare me. It’s where I hope to create stories that resonate, inspire and connect with you.
In the last ten years, I’ve lived in nine separate places. My kitchen roams where I do–it’s where I feel most at home.
I also love eating, and am very willing to travel for good food! That’s why this blog also includes my takes on my various eating adventures, whether in Boston or around the world.
You’ll find quite a variety of topics here – everything from travel, beauty, books, lifestyle, reviews…but mostly food. Food and cooking never fail to fascinate me! I have an insatiable passion for anything food and restaurant related.
It’s not a secret: when choosing a travel destination, the culinary heritage of the region is one of our main concerns.