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Discover Spanish Wine Country: Must-Do’s In La Rioja

BY NADIA CHO Despite being Spain’s smallest autonomous community, La Rioja is one of the country’s most impressive, prosperous and scenic regions. Here, you will find award-winning gastronomy, picturesque traditional Spanish towns, some of the most beautiful routes of the Camino de Santiago and of course, world renowned Rioja wine from scores of famous bodegas […]

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All The Food You Must Eat In Portugal (And Why)

BY AMANDA RODRIGUES Portugal is known for a lot of incredible sights, but generally, food is not always the first thing mentioned. It might be because Portuguese food appeals to a very specific set of tastes. But most likely, it’s really great dishes are not commonly heard of. So the new traveler is not always well […]

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OUCH! Popular Chefs Read One Star Yelp Reviews

BY TEAM JST Words can be powerful, especially in Yelp reviews. Popular food and drink blog, Foodbeast, got three popular chefs and restaurant owners together to read awful reviews of their restaurants in Southern California. Daniel Shemtob, a food truck entrepreneur of TLT Food and The Lime Truck, along with Scott Nghiem of AFTERS Ice Cream and Jason Quinn […]

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Inside Spain’s Most Famous Street For Epic Gastronomic Experiences

BY NADIA CHO Despite being Spain’s smallest autonomy and province, La Rioja has a lot to boast about. It is home to stunning views of wine country, the most amazing wine in the world, and Spain’s most famous street for delicious pinchos: Calle Laurel. The capital city of La Rioja was voted the gastronomic capital […]

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The Many Wonders Of The Coconut

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY Photo: Flickr/Hafiz Issadeen  On a recent trip to Maui, I enjoyed even more than incredibly nice people, white sand, and breathtaking blue waters. While in paradise, I was introduced to the many wonders of the almighty coconut. You’re probably familiar with coconut water, made mainstream for the workout world and coconut […]

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Ema datshi: A Bhutanese staple that's made of cheese and chili. The dish is on the exceedingly hot side, so be prepared for the burn! (Photo credit: Jetset Times)

Spice Up Your Trip With These 13 Must-Eat Foods In Bhutan

BY WENDY HUNG You’ve made it all the way to the Kingdom of Happiness in Asia, and ready to feast your heart out. But what is to be expected? First and foremost, get ready for plenty of hot and spicy. For a country full of zen-ful attitudes, food in Bhutan sure speaks from an opposite […]

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American Kids Get Sassy Eating Breakfasts From Around The World

BY TEAM JST Courtesy: YouTube Are you one of those parents who want your kids to learn 8 languages before turning 16? You might want to start this cultural introduction first by getting them to try foods from around the world. The Cut’s video “American Kids Try Breakfasts From Around the World” is letting us know that getting […]

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