Archive for the ‘Food & Wine’ Category

15 Tips for Eating Healthy While You Travel

15 Tips for Eating Healthy While You Travel
Even the most health conscious Lost Girl can slip on her eating habits when traveling. So we asked five nutrition experts (and fellow travelers) for their advice in travel scenarios where healthy food might not be as readily available. Meet the Experts Tim Harlan is an internist and medical director...
March 31st, 2011 | Food & Wine, Health & Safety | Read More

From Tapas Tours to Olive Harvests: A Culinary Tour Through Spain

From Tapas Tours to Olive Harvests: A Culinary Tour Through Spain
By Nellie Huang Special to The Lost Girls Home to some of the world’s most famous culinary delights—think paella and sangria!—Spain has good reason to be crowned the culinary capital of the world. From good old-fashioned tapas to creative nouveau cuisine, Spanish gastronomy is as diverse as it...
March 21st, 2011 | Food & Wine, Spain | Read More

Sugar & Spice: 10 Snacks and Sweets in Kolkata

Sugar & Spice: 10 Snacks and Sweets in Kolkata
Kolkata is well known for its delicious street food, an essential part of the city’s life. These roadside delicacies are made in front of you in little makeshift stalls and are enjoyed by a hodgepodge group of businessmen, students, poorer people, and foreigners. Street food is a cheap treat that...
March 17th, 2011 | Featured, Food & Wine, India | Read More

Stellenbosch On A Budget

Stellenbosch On A Budget
Stellenbosch, located on the Western Cape, is famous for its wine lands. With tons of wineries to explore, Stellenbosch is an essential stop on your trip throughout South Africa. Although the idea of a wine weekend may sound expensive, a great weekend in Stellenbosch does not have to be. How to get there: Take...
March 16th, 2011 | Budget Travel, Extras, Food & Wine, South Africa, Tours & Attractions | Read More

A Girls Day Out in Seoul – Things to Do in Seoul, South Korea

By Alice Shin Special to The Lost Girls I’ve been traveling around Asia on a culinary dream tour with a group of five guys for 10 days now. I was selected by Pei Wei to join their top chefs to blog about their menu research trip—yes, it’s a tough life! While 99.9 percent of the trip has been beyond...
March 14th, 2011 | Food & Wine, south korea | Read More

Lost in Israel: Tel Aviv to Tiberias

By Brittany Gowan, LG Foreign Correspondent Stepping away from a cubicle job in NYC and taking a year off to write and travel, I have been fortunate enough to visit favorite destinations while also exploring new countries and cultures. My trips were scheduled to start back up in early spring but a last...
February 21st, 2011 | City Travel, Extras, Food & Wine, Israel, Tours & Attractions | Read More

A Culinary Tour of New York City – Best International Cuisine

A Culinary Tour of New York City – Best International Cuisine
By Kayleigh Minicozzi LG Contributor New York City, historic destination for huddled masses seeking refuge, earned the nickname “the melting pot” because of its vast ethic, religious and all around diversity. With more than 170 languages spoken between the peak of Wakefield in the Bronx, to the tip...
February 16th, 2011 | Food & Wine | Read More

What to See and Savor in Istanbul

What to See and Savor in Istanbul
Straddling Asia and Europe, Istanbul is an exotic fusion of East and West. From the colossal Hagia Sofia, to the small minarets that dot the hills on the horizon, to the sweet baklava, this ancient city is chock full of history, picturesque views, and divine food. In addition to visiting Istanbul’s...
February 10th, 2011 | Food & Wine, Turkey | Read More

Exotic Eats In & Around Cape Town

Exotic Eats In & Around Cape Town
By: Laura Malandra Dining out is an essential element of every great trip.Whether you want to try traditional dishes or munch on something a little less extreme, Cape Town and its surrounding suburbs have it all. Adventurous level: Low A Touch of Madness A Touch of Madness is located in the heart...
February 8th, 2011 | Restaurant Reviews, South Africa | Read More

Fresh, Fragrant, Fiery: 5 Best Indian Dishes to Try

Fresh, Fragrant, Fiery: 5 Best Indian Dishes to Try
By Meghann Foye Lost Girls Deputy Editor Trying to present a quick overview of Indian food may be like trying to catalog the world. As the center of the global spice trade for centuries, India’s cuisine has been shaped by its own Hindu and Buddhist history, longterm cultural interactions with Moghul...
January 28th, 2011 | Cultural Travel, Featured, Food & Wine, India | Read More