Ireland has a rich history of hearty and simple foods. The Emerald Isle has plentiful resources for fresh, local cuisine. The island’s coast line is ideal for fishing and the country has an abundance of land dedicated to sheep, cows and crops. Irish people pride themselves on serving dishes made from locally grown ingredients, and many continue to prepare the same traditional staples that have been popular in Ireland for centuries. Here is a list of what you should drink and eat in Ireland.
It’s time to start stocking up on marshmallows and whipped cream, it’s hot chocolate season! But don’t use that boring, hot chocolate mix sitting in your cupboard. Treat yourself to one of these unique hot chocolate recipes from around the world.
Winter is upon us and the cold weather gets everyone in the mood for some good comfort food. What better way to warm up than with an Italian vegetable soup! The best dishes are simple and always tasty and this soup is both. Just imagine the smell of Italy filling your kitchen, instantly transporting you there. Here is a step by step recipe that will walk you through how to prepare this hardy and flavorful Italian vegetable soup!
Avoiding unhealthy food is tough enough during your regular day to day schedule, but it can be even harder when you are traveling. Since airplane meals leave much to be desired and airport food is very expensive, bringing your own snacks is getting more and more popular. With a little planning, you can you can avoid the in-flight food and pack snacks that taste good and are also good for you. Here are a few of the best healthy travel snacks that you can pack before your trip.
Thanksgiving is a popular and well-known holiday here in the United States. When Americans think of a typical Thanksgiving Day, it usually includes food, family, parades and football. While many cultures around the world hold celebrations of thanks, all of them have their own traditions and customs. Here are some fascinating Thanksgiving traditions from around the world.