The McDonald’s Debate: Is McCulture Always a Bad Thing?

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Are we being selfish when we want to travel the world without seeing American fast food? Matthew Stone explores this global conundrum.

The Best Travel Souvenir: Cooking Classes Abroad

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A worldly traveler takes advantage of every bite to soak up all that a culture has to offer. Bethany Smith recommends cooking classes abroad as the best souvenir you can buy for yourself.

11 Delicious Street Foods From Around the World

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Street food is often cheap, tasty, and in many cases, more sanitary than food cooked in restaurants (anything you can watch cooked in front of you is a safe bet), plus there’s no better way to taste the food of the people – those cheap eats enjoyed by locals of all ages and incomes. Jenn Miller takes us on a tour of eleven of her favorite street foods.

Eat Your Way Around Madrid

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Must-see attractions in Madrid? Lindsey Ford is more interested in the must-eats in her foodie’s tour of the Spanish capital.

Seven Popular Foods Named After Places

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Have you ever wondered where some foods get their name? Robin Locker tells us how favorites like Yorkshire Pudding, Buffalo Wings and five other well-known foods came to be named after places.

Exciting Edibles in South America

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Moth larvae, pig hearts, cow nostrils, mouth-numbing soups and cute and fluffy guinea pigs. Ever wondered what they taste like? Alice Forrest has found out on an adventure through Peru and Brazil.

9 Unusual Food Museums That Amuse and Educate

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Art museums are fine for some people, but how much can they tell us about weird food items? Deanna Hyland takes us on a tour of 9 museums dedicated specifically to unusual eats.

6 Places To Find Great and Exotic Street Food

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Dining street-side is common throughout most of the world, but some places only feature hot dogs and pretzels and the like. Robin Locker shares 6 of her favorite destinations where sidewalk food is far more exotic.

Things You Should Know About Eating in France

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France is known the world around for its excellent culinary culture, but there are some quirks you should know about before you visit. Julie Blakley has lived there, and shares her tips on how to maximize enjoyment and minimize embarassment.

15 Latin American Fruits to Surprise your Palate

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Fans of exotic fruit have an abundance of choices when visiting most of Latin America. Eileen Smith lives there and here she shares some of the most interesting specimens.