By Shilo Urban for AFAR Magazine
Photo by Oksana Mizina/Shutterstock
From forest mushrooms and coastal seaweed to riverside cattails and dumpster desserts, you can hunt and gather on foraging tours, a tasty new vacation trend.
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Does anybody see any coconuts around here?
Dining alone presents a challenge for many. Eating is usually a social event full of shared laughter – except when it’s not. Whether you travel alone often, or just find yourself at a table for one, the usual advice is to bring a book to read, chat up your server or eat at the bar for company. You could do that. OR you could… Continue reading →
Driving from Fez to Midelt in Morocco, I was happy to stop for a Berber Omelet – eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce, served with flat bread and olives.
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Totally worth the trip.
Click the image to find the recipe:(Shilo, Shirley & Francisco – Lima, Peru)
You probably can’t make this dish with melt-in-your-mouth potatoes from the Andes Mountains, but you can try.
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Cleaning potatoes for a traditional dinner – in traditional dress
So much more than Nasi Goreng…
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Apples, pecans, chiles, wine and more…
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Every menu in Morocco features tagine, a traditional dish cooked in a conical clay pot.
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