While traveling, I make it a point to sample the regional cuisine. But what if the local specialty isn’t exactly local? History. Colonization. Immigration. These are factors that directly impact a culinary culture. In London, I’m on the lookout for spectacular Indian food. In Germany I’ll grab a Turkish kebab, and recently on a trip to Amsterdam, I dined at Indonesian hotspot, Sampurna. Read more
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About the Foodie
Elyse Pasquale is a food and travel journalist with culinary experience in 65+ countries. When she’s not eating her way around the world, Elyse resides in New York City and rural Tuscany. She recently hosted a new food adventure web series (in post-production) and is currently writing her upcoming memoir, “Off the Beaten Plate.” Elyse will conduct a culinary travel workshop at the New York Travel Festival on April 26th.
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