Posts Tagged ‘food’

Culinary Adventures in London

by Tracy Le Special to Lost Girls I arrived in London-town laden with my winter luggage, utter excitement and a preconceived notion that English food would leave much to be desired.  But as a self-proclaimed foodie, I was determined to prove otherwise. Exploring the culinary map of London can be an...
December 22nd, 2011 | England, Food & Wine | Read More

A Taste of Italy

By Jessica Slizewski Italian cuisine is world famous not only as delicious food but as a window into the culture of Italy. In spending a day making ravioli with my grandmother, I found that the process reflected the strong family culture, the hardworking spirit, and the patience of the Italian spirit....
November 4th, 2011 | Food & Wine, Italy | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Lea Marino

Lost Girl of the Week: Lea Marino
Lea Marino is a 20-something in love with food and social media.  She has found the best way to experience the world, is through taste. When the money is available, she’s always down for travel and wants to go on a cross-country road trip and hit up all the continents (Antarctica excluded) before...
October 26th, 2011 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

How To Eat In Grenada

They call Grenada the Spice Island of the West: cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves, tumeric, ginger, saffron, allspice and of course the omnipresent spice nutmeg– exports of which from the island now account for nearly thirty percent of the world’s crop. But Grenada’s culinary treats extend...
October 21st, 2011 | Caribbean, Country Guides, Food & Wine, Ideas, Restaurant Reviews | Read More

Lost Girls’ Guide to Baltimore: The ‘Charm City’

Lost Girls’ Guide to Baltimore: The ‘Charm City’
By Kristen Putch LG Acquisitions Editor Baltimore is called the ‘Charm City’ for a reason… anyone who visits is easily charmed by the city’s small-town feel wrapped up with big city energy. The city’s reputation has earned it the nickname ‘Smalltimore’ In most...
October 12th, 2011 | Baltimore, City Travel | Read More

Five Authentic Experiences in Beautiful Phuket

By Edd Morris Special to Lost Girls World Phuket could be paradise. The dark green rainforest falls onto the white-sand beaches, and dramatic rocky outcrops bathe in the warm blue sea. It’s easy to understand why Phuket Island – the largest of all the isles surrounding Thailand – is firmly...
June 8th, 2011 | Thailand | Read More

Top 5 Food Festivals in Mallorca

Top 5 Food Festivals in Mallorca
By Adam Hunter If it’s big enough to have the Russian Ballet stage a performance, Mallorca is big enough to feed them; and it’s not a big island. Even the hungry ancient Romans knew a thing or two about vacations, and it comes as no surprise that the Spanish island of Mallorca has been occupied...
April 6th, 2011 | Food & Wine | 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

On the Fringe: Festive Suggestions for Exploring Edinburgh

On the Fringe: Festive Suggestions for Exploring Edinburgh
Great Scot! The annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe attracts crowds of theater-goers to Scotland’s capital for 25 days of stage and street performances. Plus, there is much more to this city than summer stage antics: an annual military exhibition, traditional dance, hillside views, and surprising...
December 16th, 2010 | City Travel, Cultural Travel, Food & Wine, Parties, Festivals & Events, Scotland, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Female Nomads And Friends: Tales Of Breaking Free And Breaking Bread Around The World

Female Nomads And Friends: Tales Of Breaking Free And Breaking Bread Around The World
Female Nomad and Friends: Tales of Breaking Free and Breaking Bread Around The World by Rita Golden Gelman Three Rivers Press, Jun 2010 REVIEW BY SITHARA REDDY Female Nomad and Friends, a book of short stories compiled by Rita Golden Gelman, takes its readers on cultural journeys that will satisfy...
September 7th, 2010 | Food & Wine, Travel Books & Movies | Read More