TravelEater, aka Johanna Read, is a Canadian who loves travelling and loves eating, but hates eating tourist food. She collects -- and shares -- advice about eating around the world (and about what to do between snacks). Johanna is World Travel Buzz's new International Eating Expert and will be writing a monthly column.
It’s July. And that means it is raspberry season. Whether you call them raspberries, framboises, himbeeren, frambuesas, lamponi, vadelmat, or hallon, they are delicious. All over Canada, the U.S., and Europe, raspberries are ripening on canes, ready to be plucked off and popped into waiting mouths. No more plastic packages shipped from Chile and Mexico(…)
Eating is one of the joys of traveling. You get to try new foods and drinks in beautiful new settings. But eating – and drinking – are also essential to give you the energy and hydration you need to complete those hikes in the jungle, relax on the hot beach, and take yet another photo(…)
In the past, I’ve been telling you about where I’ve been and the good eats along the way so you can experience them too. But I’m in the midst of trip planning so this month I want YOU to tell ME! In exchange, I’ll share my recipe for the best ice cream ever—Johanna’s Chocolate Caramel Brulée(…)
I’m planning an extended time of traveling in far-off places, so I’m starting to feel a little nostalgic for my home country, Canada. What comes to mind when you think of Canada and food? Maple syrup, poutine, Nova (smoked salmon), and doughnuts are what most of my non-Canadian friends say. I’ve recently discovered the most(…)