Postcards tagged: Meals to Remember
TULUM, Mexico – If you do not like tequila-based cocktails mixed with fresh juice and served in giant mason jars, stay far away.
AMSTERDAM – Café Winke was our morning hangout, with great coffee and the best appeltaart in town. At night, it was Café 't Arendsnest, where we explored Dutch craft beers.
LE MARCHE, Italy – Italians don't value scheduled time in the way Americans do. Still, they'll give you incredibly tasty dishes to distract you from it.
ROME – Roman cuisine is basic, served by rightfully proud waiters. It is not mind-blowing and it is not rude. And it is definitely not Eat, Pray, Love, and even less Eat, Pay, Leave.
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PARIS, France – There's more to Paris than coffee and croissants, fine wines and soufflés. You simply must make room for falafel.
SHANGHAI, China – An American discovers the ultimate, life-redefining breakfast in China. Now how can he recreate it back home in New York?
PANZANO, Tuscany – Solo Ciccia became a street party. Children climbed a large cow sculpture; we mingled, enjoying the night air, getting more excited about dinner.
TOKYO – Reader Estella Gold, a novice in the ways of shabu-shabu, shares her first time learning how to swirl wagyu in water. A most memorable DIY dining experience.
ORANGE COUNTY, California – Besides real wives and fake boobs, there's a vibrant immigrant community and an authentic food scene that reflects it.